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shraryland-logo_TNThe latest Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association poll, released April 14, shows Sharyland High School baseball is again ranked number 3 in the state for 5A schools, for the second week in a row.

No other Valley schools made the top ten. Here are the top ten teams.

5A:

1. The Woodlands –         21-2 (8-0)

2. Ft. Bend Clements –     24-2 (12-0)

3. Mission Sharyland –   24-1 (10-0)

4. El Paso Franklin –                 24-2 (11-0)

5. Southlake Carroll –             22-4 (10-0)

6. A&M Consolidated –   21-4 (9-1)

7. Katy –                                    20-4 (10-0)

8. Austin Westlake –        25-4 (5-1)

9. Corpus Christi Carroll – 20-5 (6-0)

10. Houston Lamar –         24-3 (11-1)

Other Teams Receiving Votes:  Stony Point, Lamar, Newbraunfels, Dallas Jesuit, Langham Creek, Plano

4A:

1. Waco Midway –             25-2 (7-0)

2. Brenham –                       23-4 (10-0)

3. Calallen –                       24-3 (9-0)

4. Highland Park -              25-3 (9-1)

5. Rockwall Heath –       23-4 (9-1)

6. El Paso Riverside –       21-3 (7-0)

7. Lamar Consolidated – 19-5 (9-0)

8. Frisco Wakeland –       25-4 (9-1)

9. Mesquite Poteet -          19-4 (12-0)

10. Smithson Valley -         24-6 (8-0)

Other Teams Receiving Votes: Boerne Champion, Creekview, Frisco, Sherman, Medina Valley, New Caney

3A:

1. Lucas Lovejoy –                         21-5 (8-0)

2. West -                                           22-4 (5-1)

3. Robinson –                                  19-4 (7-0)

4. Robstown –                                18-4 (7-0)

5. Pleasant Grove                         20-4 (5-1)

6. Lubbock Cooper –                    23-3 (6-0)

7. Canton -                                        19-2 (7-0)

8. Longview Spring Hill –             21-3 (5-1)

9. Llano -                                           19-6 (5-1)

10. Huffman –                                     18-4 (8-0)

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