McCracken County tops KSCA Top 25

McCracken County tops KSCA Top 25

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McCracken County tops KSCA Top 25

No. 3 Male is top squad from Louisville

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No. 3 Male is top squad from Louisville

Defending state champion McCracken County High School is No. 1 in the Kentucky Softball Coaches Association’s Top 25.

The Mustangs are 6-1 and will return to action Thursday, hosting St. Mary in a doubleheader.

No. 3 Male is the highest-ranked team from Louisville in the Top 25. Ballard is No. 6, and Bullitt East is No. 8.

Here’s the entire Top 25 (first-place votes in parentheses):

  1. McCracken County (24)
  2. Madisonville-North Hopkins (4)
  3. Male (1)
  4. Scott County
  5. Anderson County (1)
  6. Ballard
  7. Woodford County
  8. Bullitt East
  9. North Laurel
  10. East Jessamine
  11. Daviess County
  12. Owensboro Catholic
  13. Butler
  14. Mercy
  15. Ashland Blazer
  16. Union County
  17. South Warren
  18. Assumption
  19. Meade County
  20. Warren East
  21. Christian County
  22. Central Hardin
  23. East Carter
  24. Manual
  25. Lafayette

Others receiving votes: Marshall County, Allen County-Scottsville, South Laurel, Oldham County, Highlands, Apollo, Collins, Rockcastle County, Eastern, Sacred Heart, Presentation, Green County, Holy Cross, Muhlenberg County, Graves County, Fern Creek, Boyle County, Harrison County, Garrard County, Murray, Lyon County, Western Hills, Clark County, Johnson Central, Magoffin County, Ryle, Webster County.

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