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March 15, 2011 at 3:47 PM

Redmond baseball featured on ESPN RISE

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The Redmond baseball team enters the season with lofty expectations and is currently ranked No. 49 in the nation by ESPN RISE.

Click here for full rankings.

The Mustangs, who are loaded this year, feature the dynamic duo of Dylan Davis and Michael Conforto.

Davis was impressive Monday, giving up one hit, striking out three, walking two and allowing one unearned run over four innings. He picked up the victory during an 11-1 win over Mount Si. At the plate he was 3 for 3 with two home runs, a triple, five RBI and four runs scored.

Davis and Conforto were recently featured in ESPN RISE. Click here.

I am currently working on state baseball rankings. There is a lot of talent in Washington this year, and the rankings won’t be easy to compile — I expect them to change quite a bit early in the season. Feel free to let me know which teams belong in the rankings, which will be posted for the first time Monday, March 21.

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