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April 27, 2009 at 11:20 AM

State baseball rankings (4/27)

Class 4A

1. Puyallup 15-1

2. Richland 12-2

3. Southridge (Kennewick) 12-2

4. University (Spokane) 12-1

5. Skyline (Sammamish) 13-3

6. Marysville-Pilchuck 13-2

7. Olympia 15-1

8. Tahoma (Maple Valley) 13-2

9. Redmond 13-3

10. Kelso 11-2

On the radar: Bothell, Central Valley, Emerald Ridge, Heritage, Kentwood, Lake Washington, Rogers, Snohomish, Shorewood.

Notes: We have a new No. 1, as Richland drops for the first time this season. Puyallup has been near mistake-free and takes the top spot … Huge game this week: Redmond at Skyline, Friday at 3:45 p.m. Both teams went 2-0 in KingCo last week and remain tied for the league lead … Olympia jumps in, as the Bears just keep winning in the Narrows League … Marysville-Pilchuck beat 3A No. 1 Bishop Blanchet 12-10 on Saturday in a make-up game.

Class 3A

1. Bishop Blanchet 12-2

2. Eastside Catholic (Sammamish) 10-3

3. Columbia River (Vancouver) 12-2

4. Timberline (Lacey) 15-2

5. Liberty (Issaquah) 13-3

6. O’Dea 10-4

7. Hanford (Richland) 10-4

8. Mt. Rainier (Des Moines) 12-3

9. Mt. Si (Snoqualmie) 12-4

10. Prairie (Brush Prairie) 13-4

On the radar: Auburn Mountainview, Bellevue, Enumclaw, Kennedy, Lynnwood, West Valley (Yakima)

Notes: How even were Bishop Blanchet and Eastside Catholic in their two-game series this week? The teams each scored exactly 16 runs, with Eastside winning 9-8, and then Blanchet winning 8-7. Blanchet has the division lead, thanks to Eastside Catholic’s loss to O’Dea on Friday … Speaking of the Irish, O’Dea plays a pair of games next week against Blanchet. If it wins both, and O’Dea could have an outside shot at tying for the division title. … Mt. Si moves into the fold, and the Wildcats have a shot at tying Liberty for the league lead today when the two teams play.

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