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High school baseball, softball rankings

| Saturday, April 26, 2014, 9:24 p.m.

Baseball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Prv.

1. Baldwin 9-1 2

2. Hempfield 9-3 3

3. Norwin 10-2 4

4. Moon 9-1 5

5. Penn-Trafford 11-3 1

Out: None

Class AAA

1. Blackhawk 9-1 1

2. West Mifflin 10-2 3

3. Montour 10-2 —

4. Hampton 9-3 4

5. Chartiers Valley 11-3 5

Out: West Allegheny (9-3, 2)

Class AA

1. Neshannock 14-0 1

2. Steel Valley 11-0 2

3. S.S. Beaver 12-1 3

4. Riverside 9-3 4

5. Seton-La Salle 10-3 5

Out: None

Class A

1. California 13-0 1

2. Vincentian 10-0 2

3. Western Beaver 10-1 3

4. Serra Catholic 10-3 5

5. Riverview 9-2 4

Out: None

Softball

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Prv.

1. Canon-McMillan 12-2 1

2. Plum 11-1 3

3. Shaler 8-2 4

4. North Allegheny 11-3 5

5. Seneca Valley 7-2 2

Out: None

Class AAA

1. Greensburg Salem 9-1 1

2. Trinity 13-1 2

3. South Fayette 10-1 3

4. West Mifflin 12-2 5

5. West Allegheny 8-2 —

Out: Elizabeth Forward (9-5, 4)

Class AA

1. Deer Lakes 7-0 1

2. Beaver 8-0 2

3. Riverside 9-1 4

4. McGuffey 12-2 3

5. Seton-La Salle 6-1 5

Out: None

Class A

1. Neshannock 7-1 1

2. Shenango 10-2 5

3. Jefferson-Morgan 11-2 3

4. Carmichaels 10-3 2

5. Burgettstown 11-4 4

Out: None

Note: Saturday's games not included

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