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High School Top 25: March 30

Farragut High of Knoxville is off to a hot start at 10-2 and takes over the top spot after Miami's Columbus High dropped a game against Coral Springs (Fla.) Charter School. Farragut is looking to defend back-to-back state titles and is a regular in the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25. Columbus fell to No. 5 after taking its second loss of the season.

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Preseason High School Top 50

As pitchers and catchers report to their respective spring training camps, young ball players dust off their gear and head to the field—or gymnasium depending on their geographic location—for the […]

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High School Top 25: June 9

Bellaire (Texas) High's bid for a national championship ended this past weekend when it was eliminated in the region finals of the Texas playoffs. Still alive after taking two out of three from Calallen High (Corpus Christi, Texas) is the new No. 1 team, Moody High (Corpus Christi, Texas). Moody is now into single-elimination format and will face Arlington Heights High (Fort Worth, Texas). The winner of that game will face the winner of Texarkana's Texas High and Brenham (Texas) High).

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High School Top 25: May 26

After seeing Menchville High (Newport News, Va.) drop its first game of the season, Bellaire (Texas) High retakes the top spot in the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25.

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High School Top 25

After seeing Menchville High (Newport News, Va.) drop its first game of the season, Bellaire (Texas) High retakes the top spot in the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25.

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High School Top 25: April 28

The merry-go-round continues as the curse of being ranked No. 1 bites Tampa's Jesuit High. On the verge of an undefeated season, Jesuit faced perennial contender Sarasota (Fla.) High in its season finale. The Sailors prevailed, blanking the Tigers 7-0, which led to their drop from No. 1 to No. 3. Menchville High of Newport News, Va. takes over the top spot as the Monarchs remain undefeated with a 17-0 mark while Bellaire (Texas) High stayed put at No. 2.

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High School Top 25

Just as Bellaire (Texas) High was lying in wait for Bishop Gorman High (Las Vegas) to misstep, the Tigers of Tampa's Jesuit High pounced after Bellaire lost to Houston's Westside High 5-2. Jesuit is the new No. 1 in the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25. Read more about the Tigers in the latest Around The Nation.

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High School Top 25: March 31

National tournaments have the tendency to expose weaknesses and Bishop Gorman High of Las Vegas was the latest victim. The preseason No. 1, the Gaels had narrowly hung on to the top spot after dropping their season opener in Nevada, but after going 2-2 at the Big League Dugout National Invitational, Bishop Gorman fell all the way to No. 11 in the new Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25.

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Preseason High School Top 50

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A familiar face sits atop the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Preseason Top 50. Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas, a three-time state champion in Nevada, earns the preseason top spot. The Gaels have five Division I signees on the roster and won an American Legion national title as a unit in addition to their domination of the Silver State.

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Final High School Top 50

American Heritage high claims this year's national championship after their 3-A title. Joining the list of state champions are No. 3 Plano (Texas) West (Texas 5-A), No. 5 Brookwood (Georgia 5-A) and No. 6 Don Bosco (New Jersey, Non-Public A). Simi Valley (Calif.) High is the newest member to the top 25, winning the CIF Division I Southern Section title over No. 14 Wilson High (Long Beach, Calif.).

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High School Top 25: May 27

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American Heritage High held onto the No. 1 spot after capturing the 3-A title in Florida. Knoxville's Farragut High catapulted to No. 13 after being unranked and taking out now No. 16 Bartlett High (Memphis, Tenn.) in the state finals. Other state champions include Bishop Gorman (Nevada 4-A), Owasso (Oklahoma 6-A) and Lake Brantley (Florida 6-A).

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High School Top 25: May 13

American Heritage High (Plantation, Fla.) held on to the top spot, but Sarasota (Fla.) High and Moody High (Corpus Christi, Texas) took the biggest falls from No. 2 and 5 respectively after they were bounced from the postseason without making it out of the regional tournaments. Sunrise Mountain High (Peoria, Ariz.) fell to Horizon High (Scottsdale, Ariz.) in the state championship, bumping them from No. 9 to 16. Barbe High (Lake Charles, La.) returns to the top 25 after winning the Louisiana 5-A state tournament.

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American Heritage Returns To The Top

The curse of No. 1 continues as Tupelo (Miss.) High dropped three games after taking over the top spot. American Heritage High (Plantation, Fla.) returns to the spotlight with their team that has been compared with a junior college lineup. Plano (Texas) West High made another big jump to No. 6 from No. 15.

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