N&O softball rankings are shuffled after top three lose

Posted by Tim Stevens on April 14, 2014 

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    Baseball

    Rank, SchoolRecordPvs.
     1. Green Hope12-21
     2. Orange12-22
     3. Clayton10-33
     4. Triton10-34
     5. Harnett Central8-25
     6. Heritage12-46
     7. Holly Springs10-47
     8. Riverside12-38
     9. Leesville Road10-310
    10. East Chapel Hill11-311
    11. Millbrook11-512
    12. Garner8-414
    13. South Granville5-3NR
    14. Bunn11-2NR
    15. Jordan-Matthews11-4NR

    Softball

    Rank, SchoolRecordPvs
     1. Apex10-14
     2. South Johnston12-15
     3. Middle Creek10-16
     4. Orange8-17
     5. Wake Forest7-12
     6. Leesville Road5-114
     7. Heritage9-28
     8. Northwood13-010
     9. South Granville7-11
    10. Fuquay-Varina7-39
    11. Green Hope10-23
    12. Garner8-212
    13. Bunn11-2NR
    14. Cleveland10-315
    15. West Johnston8-413

    Girls’ soccer

    Rank, SchoolRecordPvs
     1. Panther Creek10-0-11
     2. Cardinal Gibbons13-0-22
     3. Leesville Road6-1-23
     4. Chapel Hill9-0-04
     5. Holly Springs8-0-25
     6. West Johnston14-0-17
     7. East Chapel Hill7-1-08
     8. Millbrook8-3-110
     9. Carrboro7-3-011
    10. Raleigh Charter9-0-115
    11. Sanderson6-4-29
    12. Durham Academy7-1-012
    13. Athens Drive7-4-0NR
    14. Wakefield4-3-16
    15. Broughton4-3-1NR

    Girls’ lacrosse

    Rank, SchoolRecordPvs
     1. Wakefield9-01
     2. Cardinal Gibbons8-22
     3. Apex9-13
     4. Broughton8-24
     5. Ravenscroft9-25
     6. Durham Academy6-36
     7. Green Hope4-37
     8. Chapel Hill4-38
     9. Millbrook5-29
    10. Athens Drive3-5NR

    Boys’ lacrosse

    Rank, SchoolRecordPvs
     1. Cardinal Gibbons14-01
     2. Apex10-12
     3. Middle Creek9-13
     4. Athens Drive7-24
     5. Broughton8-15
     6. Leesville Road8-06
     7. East Chapel Hill8-37
     8. Chapel Hill6-28
     9. Ravenscroft8-29
    10. Green Hope6-310

Green Hope keeps the top position in The News & Observer high school baseball rankings despite dropping a 1-0, extra-inning game to Panther Creek last week.

The softball rankings are shaken up after last week’s top three – Green Hope, South Granville and Wake Forest – lost conference games.

The top 10 in boys’ lacrosse were undefeated last week and the girls’ lacrosse rankings are almost intact.

The top eight teams in girls’ soccer have a total of two losses.

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