2015 High School Top 50

While the 2015 high school season is ongoing in some parts of the country, the nation’s top high school baseball teams have established themselves as the best in the country. Parkview High (Lilburn, Ga.) continues to sit pretty, finishing the season ranked No. 1

As our poll expands to include the top 50 team’s in the final ranking of the season, many schools appear in the rankings for the first time, and many state champions solidified themselves as forces to be reckoned with down the stretch. For example, New York City juggernauts George Washington (Washington Heights, N.Y.) and Tottenville (Staten Island) drew significant attention when they met in the PSAL Championships—at Yankee Stadium. George Washington took a 1-0 victory, the championship and bragging rights, but both teams cracked the top 50.

Falling from grace this week were two Texas teams. Alexander High (Laredo) and Dallas (Texas) Jesuit High both lost in the semifinals of the 6A State Championships, and as a result, neither team made the cut for the top 50. The Texas 6A champions, Cypress Ranch, took a significant jump in the rankings.

Ranking high school baseball teams is no easy task, as even the most talented teams can lose multiple games over the course of a season. These rankings reward consistency and quality performance against strong competition.

These rankings reflect records as of June 14.

Rank School Record
1 Parkview High, Lilburn, Ga. 34-2
2 Gorman High, Las Vegas 33-3
3 Venice (Fla.) High 29-3
4 Oxford (Miss.) High 33-1
5 Canyon Del Oro High, Oro Valley, Ariz. 32-3
6 Buford (Ga.) High 34-2
7 DeSoto Central (Miss.) 27-8
8 Columbus High, Miami 27-5
9 College Park High, Pleasant Hill, Calif. 24-4
10 Buchanan High, Clovis, Calif. 29-4
11 McCarthy High, Southwest Ranches, Fla. 27-5
12 Barbe High, Lake Charles, La. 34-10
13 Moeller High, Cincinnati 31-3
14 St. Francis High, Mountain View, Calif. 29-5
15 Cullman (Ala.) High 45-10
16 Owasso (Okla.) High 32-7
17 Huntington Beach (Calif.) High 25-8
18 Greenbrier High, Evans, Ga. 30-4
19 Pleasant Grove (Utah) High 27-3
20 Cypress (Texas) Ranch High 31-9
21 Jefferson High, Shenandoah Junction, W.Va. 37-2
22 Rancho Bernardo High, San Diego 26-7
23 Prosper (Texas) High 35-3
24 Madison High, Vienna, Va. 24-5
25 West Jessamine High, Nicholasville, Kent. 36-7
26 St. Thomas More High, Lafayette, La. 30-9
27 George Washington High, New York 24-1
28 Omaha (Neb.) Westside High 32-5
29 Bentonville (Ark.) High 21-8
30 Westminster Christian High, Miami 23-7
31 Christian Brothers College Prep, St. Louis 32-7
32 San Dimas (Calif.) High 31-1
33 Rock Canyon High, Highland, Colo. 27-2
34 Jserra Catholic High, San Juan Capistrano, Calif. 27-5
35 Sheridan (Ark.) High 24-8
36 Blessed Trinity Catholic High, Roswell, Ga. 33-2
37 Sheldon High, Eugene, Ore. 27-5
38 Liberty High, Peoria, Ariz. 29-6
39 Hardin Valley Academy, Knoxville, Tenn. 30-15
40 Wando High, Mount Pleasant, S.C. 25-8
41 Providence High, Charlotte, N.C. 29-3
42 Stone Bridge High, Ashburn, Va. 24-5
43 Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. 34-2
44 Lawrence Free State High, Lawrence, Kansas 21-4
45 Conway (Ark.) High 22-4
46 La Costa Canyon High, Carlsbad, Calif. 26-7
47 Catholic High, Baton Rouge, La. 37-5
48 Tottenville High, Staten Island, N.Y. 23-2
49 Mount Carmel (Ill.) High 35-4
50 Joseph Craig High, Janesville, Wisc. 26-1

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