The Times' high school baseball rankings

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

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

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)

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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