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Sunday, March 19, 2017

DEBUT TOP 10 POLLS: BASEBALL & SOFTBALL

Mother Nature wiped out plenty of games during the first week of the regular season for spring sports, but there was action Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and now we debut our Top 10 Polls for baseball and softball, which will release every Sunday through the end of the regular season here on our website, with insight and analysis on our "Central Region Now" Podcast each Sunday.

NOTE: Our Super 6 Polls for both boys and girls soccer and lacrosse will begin two weeks from now on Sunday, April 2nd.

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BASEBALL:

1) Hanover (1-0, defending 4A State Champion)
2) James River (0-1, Conference 3, 6A South contender, lost to #1 Hanover Friday in 8 innings)
3) Mills Godwin (1-0, top contender for Conference 11)
4) Benedictine (3-1, lone loss so far to Greenbriar Christian)
5) Lee-Davis (0-0, two top pitchers back for Conference 11 semifinalist in '16)
6) Glen Allen (0-0, open season Monday with J.R. Tucker, who upset Deep Run Friday)
7) Manchester (2-0, will compete in Conference 3, already hold win over Cosby)
8) Prince George (1-0, young Royals will battle Matoaca for supremacy in Conference 12)
9) Cosby (1-1, defeated Midlothian, lost to #7 Manchester, face Clover Hill Tuesday)
10) Douglas Freeman (2-0, ready to make up for losing in Conference 11 First Round last year)

In The Mix: St. Christopher's, Matoaca, Collegiate, Goochland


SOFTBALL:

1) Atlee (1-0, two-time defending 5A State Champion)
2) Lee-Davis (0-0, 5A State Semifinalist)
3) Patrick Henry (1-0, 5A North Region Quarterfinalist)
4) Glen Allen (0-0, veteran squad will push Lee-Davis for Conference 11 title)
5) Manchester (0-0, Conference 3 contenders host Cosby Monday to start season)
6) Powhatan (1-0, Conference 20 favorites defeated Dinwiddie last week)
7) Prince George (2-0, 5A South Region Semifinalist, favorite to win Conference 12)
8) Clover Hill (1-0, another Conference 3 contender, host Cosby Tuesday)
9) Dinwiddie (0-1, lost 6-4 to #6 Powhatan in close Conference 20 opener)
10) Cosby (1-1, loss Saturday to another Conference 3 contender, Franklin County)

In The Mix: Hanover, Thomas Dale, J.R. Tucker

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