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Season-long Polls

2013 4A Softball Polls

4A Coaches Poll - 5/5/12

1 Banks (20-2) (5) 68
2 McLoughlin (19-5) (2) 65
3 Gladstone (21-2) 56
4 Molalla (16-4) 44
5 Newport (16-3) 41
6 Yamhill-Carlton (13-7) 40
7 Henley (15-7) 24
8 Phoenix (16-5) 19
9 Mazama (15-6) 11
10 Madras (13-10) 7
Others: Elmira 6, Sisters 4.

2012 4A Softball Polls

 

4A Coaches Poll - 5/14/12

 
1 Central (19-4) (4) 67
2 Henley (20-3) (1) 60
3 Elmira (20-1) (2) 55
4 Banks (20-4) 46
5 Cascade (19-4) 45
6 Yamhill-Carlton (18-5) 40
7 Phoenix (19-6) 25
8 McLoughlin (13-9) 16
9 Stayton (15-8) 14
10 Madras (17-7) 13
  Others: Mazama 2, Baker 1.  
 

2011 4A Softball Polls

4A Coaches Poll - 5/9/11

1 Banks (17-2) (4) 66
2 Cascade (18-2) (2)
65
T3 Baker (18-2) (1)
53
T3 Central (16-2) 53
5 Madras (16-4) 40
6 Henley (17-6) 28
7
Sweet Home (14-2)
26
8 Mazama (16-4) 22
9
McLoughlin (15-8) 14
10
Scappoose (13-7)
7
Others: Douglas 6, Elmira 4, North Marion 1.

2010 5A Softball Polls

5A Coaches Poll - 5/25/10 - FINAL POLL

1 Glencoe (25-2) (5) 59
2 Pendleton (24-2) (1) 54
3 Crater (17-7)
47
4 The Dalles-Wahtonka (24-3) 37
5 Century (20-6) 35
6 West Albany (21-1) 31
7 Mazama (19-5) 23
8 Cleveland (17-8) 20
9 Silverton (18-7) 9
10 Thurston (16-9) 8
Others: Sherwood 6, Liberty 1.

2010 6A Softball Polls

6A Coaches Poll - 5/10/10

1 North Medford (21-2) (4) 65
2 McNary (18-2) (3) 64
3 Grants Pass (18-3) 53
4 Sunset (19-3) 48
5 Central Catholic (15-5) 37
6 Jesuit (15-7) 34
7 South Salem (13-5) 32
8 Oregon City (16-3) 26
9 Sandy (15-5) 10
10 Redmond (17-7) 8
Others: Tigard 4, Clackamas 2, Tualatin 1, West Linn 1.

2010 4A Softball Polls

4A Coaches Poll - 5/17/10 FINAL POLL

1 Marist (18-7) (7) 70
2 Banks (24-1) 62
3 Cascade (21-4) 55
4 Sisters (20-5) 51
5 Sutherlin (17-0) 39
6 Gladstone (20-5) 37
7 Henley (18-6) 22
8 Central (13-7) 20
9 Ontario (12-9) 14
10 Douglas (17-4) 11
Others: Phoenix 5, Elmira 1, Junction City 1.

Marist Remains 23rd Nationally

Grants Pass Gets Votes Again

 

Going into the Oregon playoffs, 4A Marist remains 23rd. ranked nationally in the USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25, counting games thru May 16th, after completing an unbeaten SkyEm campaign.

 

6A Grants Pass is again garnering votes as well, after a temporary absence. The Lady Cavers were the only 6A team to complete league play undefeated.

 

Klein Oak, Texas, top ranked all season, suffered a pair of losses, dropping to 11th., which allowed unbeaten Archbisop Mitty (29-0) of San Jose, CA to climb another spot to the top of the poll, as the entire top five moved up one slot apiece.

 

Marist Moves Up in USA Today Top 25

Playoffs Proivide Opportunities for Shakeup

 

Marist, ranked #1 in Oregon's 4A Coaches' poll, used a 19-1 win over Sisters and an 18-3 victory over La Pine to move up from 25th. to 23 in the latest USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25, counting games thru May 9th.

 

Despite sweeping a double header from visiting Sheldon by scores of 13-0 and 9-0, defending state champion Grants Pass went from receiving votes last week to no votes this week.

 

Unbeated Emerald Ridge of Puyallup, Washington became the third northwest school to make the top 25 this year, making their debut at 22.

 

Klein Oak (Spring, Texas) enters postseason play holding the top spot again this week. The Panthers have a 27-0 overall record.

 

Archbisop Mitty of San Jose, CA climbed a spot to second, also with a 27-0 season mark.

 

The flu epidemic has mostly passed, and playoff collisions of some of the ranked teams may offer opportunities for upward movement in the next couple of weeks.

 

 

Marist Moves Back Into Top 25

Grants Pass Gets Closer

 

Marist moved back into the USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25, and Grants Pass climbed within three spots of regaining a spot. The latest poll reflects results thru May 2.

 

Klein Oak (Spring, Texas) paces the field in this week's USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25, released Thursday by the NFCA. The Panthers enter postseason play with a 26-0 overall record.

Perhaps, the biggest winner in this week's rankings was swine flu. The epidemic canceled many high school games statewide throughout the south and southwest.

Marist finally drops out of USA Today Top 25

The delayed effect that compiling nationwide results imposes on the USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25 finally caught up with Marist, who dropped completely out of the poll, the result of their one run loss to Newport on April 20th., and despite winning both their games by a combined score of 31-3 during the period considered for the latest poll, April 20 thru 26.

 

Grants Pass is now the only northwest school receiving recognition, but the Cavers remained in the "other receiving votes" category, essentially not moving, despite a pair of wins, by a combined score of 31-0, during the week considered by the poll.