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April 18, 2011 at 11:33 AM

Class 4A and 3A high-school baseball rankings — Week 5

After spending a week on the beach in Florida, I’m back. I tried to bring some of that sun back, so teams can get some games in. However, it didn’t seem to work very well. I was drenched at two track meets late last week.

There isn’t much to report in the rankings this week. The top five in Class 4A – Richland, Redmond, Kentwood and Jackson – remain the same.

Ferris, at 12-1, jumped from the bubble up to No. 6. Tahoma moves up to No. 9, while Newport falls to No. 10 after going 2-2 over its last four games.

In 3A, the top five – Camas, Shorewood, Enumclaw and Southridge – also remains intact. Mount Si jumps to No. 6, while Kamiakin falls to No. 8. Kennewick, at 10-2, enters the rankings for the first time this season.

O’Dea, the defending 3A champion, slips to the final spot in the rankings this week.

Class 4A

1. Richland (11-2)

2. Redmond (12-3)

3. Kentwood (Covington) (8-2)

4. Jackson (Mill Creek) (11-2)

5. Emerald Ridge (Puyallup) (8-2-1)

6. Ferris (Spokane) (12-1)

7. Edmonds-Woodway (10-2)

8. Puyallup (12-2)

9. Tahoma (Maple Valley) (10-1)

10. Newport (Bellevue) (10-4)

On the bubble: Bothell, Curtis, Davis, Federal Way, Gig Harbor, Gonzaga Prep (Spokane), Inglemoor, Kamiak, Kentlake, Kentridge, Lake Stevens, Marysville-Pilchuck, Olympia, South Kitsap, Union, Woodinville.

Class 3A

1. Camas (11-0)

2. Shorewood (Shoreline) (10-2)

3. Enumclaw (8-1)

4. Southridge (Kennewick) (10-1)

5. Eastside Catholic (11-1)

6. Mount Si (Snoqualmie) (10-1)

7. Mountain View (Vancouver) (13-1)

8. Kamiakin (Kennewick) (10-2)

9. Kennewick (10-2)

10. O’Dea (8-5)

On the bubble: Bellevue, Bishop Blanchet, Capital, Eastmont, Hazen, Highline, Lake Washington, Kelso, Liberty, Mercer Island, Mountlake Terrace, Mount Spokane, Nathan Hale, Oak Harbor, Shadle Park, University, West Seattle.

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