Big 17-game win streak fuels El Camino's ascent in baseball poll

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CCCSIA Baseball Poll (March 31)

PASADENA, Calif. - El Camino (25-2) carries a 17-game win streak into taking over the No. 1 ranking in this week's California Community College Sports Information Association State Top 20 Baseball poll. Previous No. 1 and now No. 2 Orange Coast (21-4) was only three points behind ECC in the voting of conference SIDs. 

Sacramento City (20-6) jumped five places to grab the No. 3 spot over No. 4 Santa Rosa JC (20-5). Ohlone (24-3) stayed in the No. 5 slot while Riverside City (20-7) climbs six spots from last week to enter the top 10 at No. 6. San Mateo holds on to No. 7, San Joaquin Delta falls to No. 8, Palomar remains No. 9, and Cypress drops four spots to No. 10. 

Going into March 30 games, the conference races are as follows:

El Camino tops the South Coast South by a commanding five games over both Long Beach City and LA Harbor. 

Orange Coast is tied with Riverside for the top spot in the powerful Orange Empire. Cypress is in a 3-way tie for third with No. 19 Saddleback and Golden West. 

Sacramento has a one game lead over Santa Rosa in the super competitive Big 8. Delta is percentage points behind No. 13 Cosumnes River for the third and fourth places. 

No. 11 Grossmont has a half-game lead over Palomar in the PCAC standings.

Ohlone and newly ranked at No. 16 Cabrillo are tied for the Coast Pacific lead.

San Mateo holds a 1-1/2 games lead over De Anza in the Coast Golden Gate race.

No. 12 Glendale was just a half-game back of newly ranked No. 15 Canyons in the Western State East

Newly rated No. 20 Merced leads the Central Valley over No. 18 Sequoias by one game and by 2-1/2 games over No. 14 Fresno City.

No. 17 LA Mission has a 3-game lead in the win column over LA Pierce to top the Western State South. 

The Unranked Unit
Pasadena City is tied with Chaffey in the South Coast North, both just one game over both East Los Angeles and Rio Hondo.

Los Medanos, Marin, and Laney continue their logjam in 1st place of the Bay Valley standings.

Feather River held a 2-game lead in the win column to top the Golden Valley. 

Despite a 12-15 overall record, Cuesta had a one game lead over Moorpark and Santa Barbara City in the WSC North.

 

CCCSIA Baseball Poll (Mar. 31)      
No. School Conference Record Pts PR
1. El Camino (4)  South Coast South  25-2     137 2
2. Orange Coast (3)  Orange Empire  21-4     134 1
3. Sacramento City  Big 8  20-6      112 8
4. Santa Rosa  Big  20-5        102 3
5. Ohlone  Coast Pacific  24-3      101 5
6. Riverside City  Orange Empire  20-7    99 12
7. San Mateo  Coast Golden Gate  21-5   97 7
8. San Joaquin Delta  Big 8  22-5    91 4
9. Palomar  Pacific Coast  19-6       90 9
10. Cypress  Orange Empire  18-8    80 6
11. Grossmont  Pacific Coast  17-6-1    62 10
12. Glendale  Western State East  21-5-1  60 13
13. Cosumnes River  Big 8  16-9       44 14
14. Fresno City  Central Valley  18-8    39 11
15. Canyons  Western State East  15-9      38 NR
16. Cabrillo  Coast Pacific  18-9        36 NR
17. LA Mission  Western State South  20-7  31 17
18.  Sequoias  Central Valley  19-7    29 16
19. Saddleback  Orange Empire  17-9    22 20
20. Merced  Central Valley  16-9      15 NR

Others Receiving Points: Chaffey 14 (15th LR), Santa Ana 9, Pasadena City 7, Cuesta 5, Feather River 3, Golden West 3, Reedley 3 (19th LR), Butte 2, Skyline 2, Solano 2 (18th LR), Los Medanos 1.   


 


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