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Tupelo’s Time

Tupelo (Miss.) takes over the top spot as American Heritage fell to Palm Beach Central. James River (Midlothian, Va.) took the biggest hit, falling out of the Top 25 from No. 14. The Rapids were beat by Midlothian rival Cosby High, who was No. 36 in the preseason. Paul VI (Fairfax, Va.) vaulted into the rankings after tearing through the Southeastern Baseball Classic in South Carolina and beating St. John's High (Washington, D.C.) on the road.

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National Exposure

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The National Classic and Anaheim Lions tournaments exposed some teams, good and bad. Long Beach's Wilson HS is struggling to play consistent baseball while Calvert Hall squeezed out just one win in Southern California against West Lynn (Ore.) HS. Tampa's Plant HS made the biggest jump to No. 13 after being unranked. They were No. 37 in the preseason poll. Calvert Hall dropped from No. 1 to No. 25 and six teams exited. American Heritage HS (Plantation, Fla.) takes over at the top spot as they continue to destroy opponents with a potent offense.

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There’s A New No. 1

There's a new team at the top of the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Top 25. Baltimore's Calvert Hall took over the top spot after Long Beach's Wilson High suffered its first loss of the season.

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High School Top 25: March 4

With several teams still waiting to start their season, there isn't a lot of movement in the first regular season edition of the Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Preseason High School Top 25. But those with good weather already have several games under their belts.

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Preseason High School Top 50

Nathan Rode and John Manuel -

In 2007, it looked as if New Jersey's Seton Hall Prep would hold the No. 1 spot for the entire season. But the Pirates stumbled in mid-May, as one loss allowed Long Beach's Wilson High to finish the season as the nation's No. 1 team. Wilson returns to the top spot for the 2008 Baseball America/National High School Baseball Coaches Association Preseason High School Top 50.

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HS Top 50: Final 2007 Rankings

Wilson High (Long Beach) finished its season 32-3 and won the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Division I championship. The staff of Baseball America and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association unanimously voted Wilson High as the final No. 1 team in the 2007 Top 50 rankings.

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High School Top 50: June 11

Alan Matthews -

Wilson High (Long Beach) finished its season 32-3 and won the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section Division I championship. While one additional poll will be conducted to account for schools that had not yet completed their seasons, the staff of Baseball America and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association unanimously voted Wilson High as the final No. 1 team in the 2007 Top 50 rankings.

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High School Top 50: May 28

Alan Matthews -

The staff of Baseball America and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association compile the Top 50 rankings. In-season polls are conducted once every two weeks and released every other Monday throughout the season. The final poll will be released June 18. Records indicated are as of May 26 and do not include ties.

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High School Top 50 Poll: April 2

The staff of Baseball America and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association compile the Top 25 rankings. In-season polls are conducted once every two weeks and released every other Monday throughout the season. The final poll will be released June 18. Records indicated do not include ties.

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High School Top 25 Poll: March 5

The staff of Baseball America and the National High School Baseball Coaches Association compile the Top 25 rankings. In-season polls are conducted biweekly and released every other Monday throughout the season. The final poll will be released June 18. Records indicated do not include ties.

High School | #2007#Team Rankings