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The Times' high school baseball rankings

The Times' high school baseball rankings
San Dimas High and pitcherPeter Lambert will enter the playoffs ranked second in the Southland by The Times. (Eric Sondheimer / Los Angeles Times)

A look at the top 25 high school baseball teams in the Southland:

Rk. School (W-L) Comment (last week's ranking)

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1. JSERRA (25-4-1) Expected to be No. 1 seed in D1 playoffs (1)

2. SAN DIMAS (28-0) Peter Lambert-Jacob Castillo duo unbeaten (2)

3. HUNTINGTON BEACH (21-8) Hagen Danner ready for big production (4)

4. SAN CLEMENTE (22-7) Pitching is still coming through (7)

5. SHERMAN OAKS NOTRE DAME (22-6) Sophomore Hunter Greene is hitting .405 (3)

6. AGOURA (22-4) Marmonte League champs have been consistent (5)

7. ALEMANY (18-10) Beware of Alex McKenna (8)

8. HARVARD-WESTLAKE (22-5) Wolverines were unbeaten outside of league (9)

9. GLENDORA (22-7) Built to make a championship run (10)

10. EL CAMINO REAL (23-7) City DI title favorites start Tuesday (12)

11. DANA HILLS (24-7) Still a dangerous team in D1 (6)

12. NORCO (21-5) Kyle Hatton is having big season (11)

13. EL DORADO (19-8) Pitching makes them dangerous (13)

14. FOUNTAIN VALLEY (20-10) Sophomore Travis Burleson makes impact (14)

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15. CHATSWORTH (22-10) Open against Palisades on Tuesday (16)

16. VISTA MURRIETA (18-8) Beware of the Moberg brothers (15)

17. ORANGE LUTHERAN (22-8) Pitching by committee has worked (18)

18. CYPRESS (21-9) Dominic Fletcher is having MVP season (20)

19. ALISO NIGUEL (17-13) Two good starting pitchers (17)

20. SOUTH HILLS (19-8-1) Second place in Palomares League (22)

21. MISSION VIEJO (21-10) USC-bound Patrick Sandoval is tough (23)

22. HART (16-9-1) Indians play defense and don't walk opponents (24)

23. BURBANK BURROUGHS (23-4) Pitching is strong for Pacific League champs (25)

24. LOYOLA (17-13) Lots of young players getting better (NR)

25. LAKEWOOD (21-9) Moore League champs (NR)

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