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High School : : Rankings
Edison Holds Off Owasso For #1
Todd Gold         Ben Collman        
Published: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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The highly anticipated showdown between #2 Owasso (OK) and #3 Broken Arrow (OK) was canceled due to weather. A quality win for either team may have been enough to the winner to jump #1 Edison (CA), though the Chargers took care of business on their end.

The top seven teams were unchanged last week after combining to go 22-0, this week a one-run loss for then #6 Archbishop McCarthy (FL) to a quality opponent prevented a repeat. McCarthy didn't fall far, coming in at #10. Flanagan (FL) and Spanish Fork (UT) moved up a spot each to 6th and 7th respectively. Marist (GA) climbed into the top ten for the first time this year, coming in at #8.

Undefeated Don Bosco Prep (NJ) and Sierra Vista (NV) each climbed a spot to #9 and #15 respectively.

New additions this week include; #36 Wren (SC), #42 Walsh Jesuit (OH), #47 Cathedral Catholic (CA), #49 Notre Dame (LA), and #50 Rancho (NV).

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