Super 25 Regional Baseball Rankings -- Week 4

Super 25 Regional Baseball Rankings -- Week 4

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Super 25 Regional Baseball Rankings -- Week 4

USA TODAY High School Sports is bringing you Super 25 regional rankings for baseball this season as selected by Jim Halley with weekly rankings in five regions — Northeast/Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, South, Frontier and Pacific. Records reflect results through April 18.

RELATED: Super 25 National Rankings

Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Connecticut, Virginia, Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Maine.

1. Riverdale Baptist, Upper Marlboro, Md. (17-1)
2. St. Joseph, Montvale, N.J. (8-0)
3. North Allegheny, Wexford, Pa. (8-0)
4. Pope John Paul II, Royersford, Pa. (9-0)
5. Governor Livingtston, Berkeley Heights, N.J. (8-0)
6. Wesleyan Christian, High Point, N.C. (17-1)
7. Archbishop Spalding, Severn, Md. (13-2)
8. Christian Brothers Academy, Albany, N.Y. (3-0)
9. Gloucester Catholic, Gloucester City, N.J. (5-0)
10. Hanover, Mechanicsville, Va., (8-2)

South
South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee.

1. Archbishop McCarthy, Southwest Lakes, Fla. (20-1)
2. Spring Hill, Columbia, Tenn. (26-0)
3. Parkview, Lilburn, Ga. (25-3)
4. North Gwinnett, Suwanee, Ga. (26-2)
5. University, Fort Lauderdale (21-1)
6. West Orange, Winter Garden, Fla. (20-3)
7. Boiling Springs, Spartanburg, S.C. (19-3)
8. Columbus, Miami (20-1)
9. McGill-Toolen, Mobile, Ala. (25-6)]
10. Mill Creek, Hoschton, Ga. (25-3)

Frontier
Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming

1. Shawnee, Okla. (28-0)
2. George Ranch, Richmond, Texas (23-1)
3. West Monroe, La. (29-2)
4. Owasso, Okla. (24-2)
5. Woodlawn, Rison, Ark. (21-1)
6. Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado Springs, Colo. (12-0)
7. La Cueva, Albuquerque, N.M. (19-1)
8. Lamar, Houston (22-2-1)
9. Davis, Kaysville, Utah (15-0)
10. Lake Travis, Austin, Texas (20-3-1)

Pacific
California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, Hawaii, Oregon, Alaska.

1. Buchanan, Clovis, Calif (20-1)
2. South Hills, West Covina, Calif. (16-3)
3. Orange Lutheran, Orange, Calif. (13-4)
4. Huntington Beach, Calif. (16-3)
5. Basha, Chandler, Ariz. (21-3-1)
6. Rancho Bernardo, San Diego (18-2)
7. Chatsworth, Calif. (20-3)
8. Harvard-Westlake, Studio City, Calif. (17-3-1)
9. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (14-3)
10. Puyallup, Wash. (14-2)

Midwest
Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

1. O’Fallon, Illinois (18-1)
2. Jackson, Massillon, Ohio (11-0)
3. Saline, Mich. (8-0)
4. Butler, Vandalia, Ohio (12-0)
5. Jefferson, Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. (16-2)
6. St. Xavier, Cincinnati (10-1)
7. Millard South, Omaha, Neb. (18-3)
8. Carmel, Ind. (8-1)
9. Craig, Janesville, Wis. (6-0)
10. Roosevelt, Sioux Falls, S.D. (12-0)

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