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High school baseball, softball rankings

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Baseball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Seneca Valley 0-0

2. Bethel Park 3-0

3. North Allegheny 0-0

4. Hempfield 0-0

5. Plum 3-0

Class AAA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Belle Vernon 1-0

2. Hopewell 3-0

3. Blackhawk 0-0

4. Greensburg Salem 0-0

5. South Park 6-0

Class AA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Riverside 2-0

2. Beaver 0-0

3. Brownsville 1-0

4. Neshannock 1-0

5. Greensburg C.C. 0-0

Class A

Rank/Team W-L

1. OLSH 1-1

2. Bishop Canevin 0-0

3. Carmichaels 0-0

4. Riverview 1-0

5. California 2-1

Softball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Canon-McMillan 0-0

2. Hempfield 0-1

3. North Allegheny 0-0

4. Latrobe 1-0

5. Plum 0-0

Class AAA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Greensburg Salem 0-0

2. Elizabeth Forward 3-0

3. Montour 1-2

4. Ambridge 1-0

5. Belle Vernon 0-2

Class AA

Rank/Team W-L

1. Deer Lakes 0-0

2. Chartiers-Houston 3-0

3. Riverside 0-0

4. Seton-La Salle 0-0

5. Greensburg C.C. 0-1

Class A

Rank/Team W-L

1. Neshannock 0-0

2. Carmichaels 2-0

3. Sto-Rox 1-1

4. Burgettstown 1-2

5. Vincentian 0-0

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