April 20 Regional Rankings

High School : : Rankings
Todd Gold         Ben Collman        
Published: Friday, April 20, 2012


Tampa Jesuit and Olympia continue to roll along as they sit at No. 1 and 2 again this week. American Heritage is up to the third spot followed by Archbishop McCarthy and Columbus

Mater Academy is back in the top ten at No. 9, two new teams enter the rankings, Flanagan and Melbourne at No. 24 and 25.

Click here to see the entire Florida Regional Rankings.

Great Plains

Top ranked Cherry Creek (CO) hangs onto the top spot with a convincing win over then No. 13 Grandview (CO) yesterday.

Maize (KS) improved to 7-1 on the season as a follow up to last year's perfect 25-0 run.

Lee's Summit West (MO) becomes the new top ranked team in the Show-Me State this week, while Vianney (MO) is the top team on the eastern side of the state and makes a strong case to be top in the entire state after a big week moved them up to No. 4.

Pine Creek (CO) moves into the top 10 with their eighth straight win, and the Eagles have yet to lose a game in the state of Colorado.

New additions this week include: No. 17 Pacific (MO), No. 18 Columbine (CO) and No. 24 Shawnee Mission Northwest (KS).

Click here to see the entire Great Plains Regional Rankings.


Providence (NC) retains the top spot as Lexington (SC), Western Branch (VA), Roberson (NC), and Kell (NC) follow them closely.

Three new teams enter the rankings, No. 21 Southeast Guilford (NC), No. 22 York (VA), and No. 23 Scotland (NC).

Click here to see the entire Mid-Atlantic Regional Rankings.


Indianapolis Cathedral (IN) remains in the top spot. Mt. Carmel (IL) is the top ranked team in the state and No. 2, they are followed by St. Laurence (IL) and a pair of Indiana team Lake Central and Zionsville.

New additions take up the final four spots in the Top 25. They are, in order, Plainfield North (IL), Moeller (OH), Huntington North (IN), and Oak Park-River Forest (IL).

Click here to see the entire Midwest Regional Rankings.


The Northeast Ranks have been turned on their heads for the second straight week. Salisbury School (CT) and Norwin (PA) sit in the top two spots. Seton Hall Prep (NJ), George Washington (NY), and Lincoln-Sudbury (MA) are the rest of the top five.

Cedar Crest (PA), Xaverian (NY), Wall Township (NJ), and Northern York (VA) enter the ranks and are slotted in spots 20-23.

Click here to see the entire Northeast Regional Rankings.


Kentwood (WA) is last remaining undefeated and has shown no signs of complacency after improving to 12-0 with a couple of wins this week, highlighted by a 2-0 win over No. 24 Auburn Riverside (WA).

The preseason No. 1 Westview Wildcats (OR) have rebounded well after a slow start saw them lose a pair early, they have won eight straight, including a sweep of then No. 5 Portland Jesuit (OR) this week. Westview moves up a couple of spots to No. 2.

New additions this week include: No. 12 Bellvue (WA), No. 23 Mead (WA) and No. 24 Coeur d'Alene (ID).

Click here to see the entire Northwest Regional Rankings.



It was a quiet week in the Pacific Region, as most teams in California only played one or two games this week. El Dorado (CA) continued its climb, moving up a couple of spots to No. 8 after a 2-0 week that included a win over No. 21 Esperanza.

18-1 Bonita (CA) is the new addition this week, coming in at No. 19.

Click here to see the entire Pacific Regional Rankings.


Columbus (GA) takes back the top spot as they continue to roll. The Blue Devils now sit 21-1 with their only loss being a 1-0 duel against Orange Lutheran (CA). Parkview (GA) is up to No. 2 with Pelham, Woodward Academy (GA) and undefeated Gainesville (GA) also in the top five.

Four new teams enter the rankings, Crisp County (GA) at 21, Northside Warner Robins (GA) at 22, Houston (TN) at 23, and Russellville (AR) at 25.

Click here to see the entire Southeast Regional Rankings.


Bishop Gorman continues to dominate as star 3B/RHP Joey Gallo now has an incredible nine Home Runs and 29 RBI in the past 13 games and the Gaels continue to roll at 24-2.

Bingham (UT) moves up a spot to No. 2 after a sweep of No. 20 American Fork (UT).

New additions this week include: No. 17 St. Mary's (AZ) and No. 22 Ironwood Ridge (AZ)

Click here to see the entire Southwest Regional Rankings.


Seven Lakes (TX) rides a six game winning streak all the way up to No. 3 this week after pushing their season record to 24-2. No. 2 Calallen suffered their first loss of the season to rival Moody this week, but holds onto their ranking thanks to a 26-1 record.

Edmond Santa Fe (OK) has regained traction and appears to be back on track, having won five straight while ace RHP Ty Hensley continues step his game up. The Huskies climb to No. 19 this week and are 20-7 on the season.

New additions this week include: No. 22 Georgetown (TX) and No. 25 Bellaire (TX)

Click here to see the entire Texahoma Regional Rankings.

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