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East Bay Softball Poll — 4/16

Here’s our latest East Bay softball poll.

Team Record Points Last week
1. Amador Valley (6) 13-0 90 1
2. James Logan 10-1 84 2
3. Heritage 11-1 78 4
4. Newark Memorial 12-2 72 3
5. California 10-3 66 5
6. Freedom 5-4-1 54 7
7. Concord 9-4 50 8
t8. Monte Vista 8-5 43 10
t8. Bishop O’Dowd 8-1 43 9
t10. Alhambra 9-4 37 6
t10. Arroyo 13-3 37 12
12. Livermore 7-6 30 11
13. Alameda 6-2 18 13
14. Salesian 7-0 10 15
15. Carondelet 7-6 8 14

Also receiving votes: None. The East Bay Prep Softball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.

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East Bay Baseball Poll – 4/16

Here is this week’s baseball poll. Records are through Saturday.

Team Record Points Last week
1. Campolindo (6) 11-1-1 90 1
2. De La Salle 10-2 84 2
3. Deer Valley 12-1 78 3
4. Monte Vista 6-4 70 5
5. Newark Memorial 12-3 66 4
6. San Ramon Valley 6-3 61 6
7. Foothill 10-3 53 t7
8. St. Mary’s 12-2 49 9
9. Northgate 14-1 43 11
10. College Park 8-4 36 10
11. Clayton Valley 11-3 24 13
12. Castro Valley 11-4 18 NR
13. Bishop O’Dowd 12-5 15 15
14. Acalanes 10-4 14 12
15. Dougherty Valley 11-3 13 NR

Also receiving votes: James Logan (8-6, 5 points), Granada (8-6, 1). The East Bay High School Baseball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.

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East Bay Softball Poll — 4/9

Here’s our latest East Bay softball poll.

Team Record Points Last week
1. Amador Valley (6) 13-0 90 1
2. James Logan 5-1 84 2
3. Newark Memorial 9-0 78 3
4. Heritage 9-1 72 5
5. California 10-3 61 6
6. Alhambra 7-2 60 4
7. Freedom 4-3 56 7
8. Concord 8-3 51 8
9. Bishop O’Dowd 8-1 35 10
10. Monte Vista 8-5 34 9
11. Livermore 7-6 33 NR
12. Arroyo 12-3 30 12
13. Alameda 5-2 18 13
14. Carondelet 4-4 11 NR
15. Salesian 7-0 7 15

Also receiving votes: None. The East Bay Prep Softball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.

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East Bay Baseball Poll – 4/9

Here is this week’s baseball poll. Records are through Saturday.

Team Record Points Last week
1. Campolindo (6) 10-1-1 90 1
2. De La Salle 8-1 84 2
3. Deer Valley 9-1 78 3
4. Newark Memorial 11-1 72 5
5. Monte Vista 6-4 65 6
6. San Ramon Valley 6-3 61 7
t7. Foothill 9-3 47 8
t7. James Logan 7-4 47 4
9. St. Mary’s 10-2 42 9
10. College Park 6-2 41 t10
11. Northgate 11-1 28 13
12. Acalanes 9-3 25 NR
13. Clayton Valley 9-2 16 12
14. Alameda 6-3 15 10
15. Bishop O’Dowd 10-3 5 15

Also receiving votes: Encinal (11-3, 2 votes), Dougherty Valley (8-2, 1), El Cerrito (9-3-1, 1). The East Bay High School Baseball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.

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East Bay Baseball Poll – 4/3

Welcome to the first baseball poll of the season. Records are through Saturday.

Team Record Points Last year
1. Campolindo (5) 7-1 75 2
2. De La Salle 6-1 70 3
3. Deer Valley 7-1 63 NR
4. James Logan 6-3 62 1
5. Newark Memorial 10-1 52 NR
6. Monte Vista 5-3 49 11
7. San Ramon Valley 5-3 41 7
8. Foothill 8-2 33 NR
9. St. Mary’s 8-2 32 NR
t10. Alameda 4-2 30 5
t10. College Park 4-2 30 NR
12. Clayton Valley 8-1 28 4
13. Northgate 8-1 12 NR
14. Castro Valley 8-3 9 NR
15. Bishop O’Dowd 8-3 6 13

Also receiving votes: Encinal (9-2, 5 votes), Acalanes (6-3, 3). The East Bay High School Baseball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.

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East Bay softball poll — 4/3

Here’s our first East Bay softball poll of the spring. Remember, records are through the past weekend so Tuesday afternoon games won’t factor into the rankings that we’ll publish in the newpaper each Wednesday.

Team Record Points Last year
1. Amador Valley (5) 7-0 75 1
2. James Logan 5-1 70 2
3. Newark Memorial 8-0 65 5
4. Alhambra 4-0 60 7
5. Heritage 4-0 56 3
6. California 5-1 49 10
7. Freedom 4-3 41 9
8. Concord 5-3 40 8
9. Monte Vista 5-1 37 NR
10.Bishop O’Dowd 8-1 27 NR
11. Dublin 8-1 18 NR
12. Arroyo 7-2 15 NR
13. Alameda 5-2 14 13
14. San Ramon Valley 4-5 13 NR
15. Salesian 5-0 8 NR

Also receiving votes: Livermore (3-4, 7 votes), Carondelet (3-4, 3), Campolindo (6-3, 1). The East Bay Prep Softball Poll is voted on by the prep sports staff of Bay Area News Group-East Bay.