Two unbeaten defending state champions are the top two teams in the Super 25 baseball rankings. Shawnee (Okla.) held onto the top spot as it improved to 33-0 with five wins last week.
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The Wolves, the two-time defending 5A champion, ended their regular season with a 21-0 defeat of Noble on Tuesday as Jake Taylor hit a grand slam. Tanner Sparks homered and had five RBI in a 14-0 defeat of Noble. Taylor allowed two hits over four innings in a 10-0 defeat of Duncan. Cade Self scored two runs and had two RBI in a 7-5 defeat of Pryor. A.J. Barron scattered seven hits a 10-2 defeat of Claremore.
Spring Hill (Tenn.), the state Class AA defending champion, moved from No. 3 to No. 2 as it went 2-0 and is now 28-0.
Gage Gillian threw 6.2 hitless innings in a 4-2 defeat of Christ Presbyterian (Nashville). Andy Hale went 2-for-4 with a grand slam and six RBI in a 16-1 defeat of Columbia Academy (Columbia).
There are three new teams, led by No. 8 Columbus (Miami). The Explorers improved to 23-1 as Chris Bohrer went 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs in a 12-2 win Tuesday at Hialeah. Danny San Pedro had eight strikeouts and improved to 8-0 in a 4-1 defeat of Goleman (Miami Lakes).
The other new teams are No. 22 Foothill (Pleasanton, Calif.) and No. 25 McGill-Toolen (Mobile, Ala.).
Three previously ranked teams dropped out with losses: No. 10 South Hills, West Covina, Calif.; No. 22 Chatsworth, Calif.; and No. 25 North Allegheny, Wexford, Pa.