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### April 1 Top 10 Rankings for High School Baseball by Daily Breeze

Several teams will be participating in tournament matches this week before returning to their regular league schedule next week. Here is an overview of the current top 10 high school baseball teams according to the Daily Breeze:


West Torrance secured victories against Wiseburn Da Vinci (7-0 and 12-5) in the Pioneer League last week. They began the Santa Ana Elks Tournament with a 2-1 triumph over Beckman, with Cameron O’Neill pitching a complete game.

Schedule for this week: Santa Ana Elks Tournament

2. MIRA COSTA 10-7-1

Mira Costa completed a Bay League sweep by overcoming Culver City with a 9-8 scoreline on Friday. Despite trailing 8-1, Mira Costa staged a remarkable comeback by scoring eight runs for the win, setting the stage for an important series against Palos Verdes next week.

Schedule for this week: Mira Costa will be participating in the National Classic in Orange County, commencing with a match against Servite on Tuesday.

3. TORRANCE 11-5-1

Torrance split the Pioneer League series with El Segundo last week. In the 13-3 victory, six players recorded at least two hits, but the team struggled offensively in the 6-0 loss with only four hits.

Schedule for this week: Torrance will be competing in the Ryan Lemmon Tournament in Orange County, starting with a match against Mission Viejo on Tuesday.


Palos Verdes emerged victorious against Redondo (2-1 and 7-2) in a Bay League series. In a thrilling series finale, PV scored five runs in the 10th inning to secure the win, with Kaden Stone delivering an impressive performance at the plate.

Schedule for this week: PV has two non-league games lined up: a match at Arlington on Thursday and a home game against Los Alamitos on Saturday.

5. EL SEGUNDO 12-5

Dylan Alcala’s outstanding performance on the mound led El Segundo to a series split against Torrance with a commanding 6-0 win. The team also dominated Hillcrest 23-2 at the Century Elks Tournament.

Schedule for this week: Century Elks Tournament


South Torrance engaged in three closely contested one-run games last week. They secured victories against Bishop Montgomery (4-3) and North Torrance (1-0) but suffered a narrow defeat in the second game against North (2-1).

Schedule for this week: South Torrance will be participating in a tournament in Northern California.

7. REDONDO 7-8

Redondo faced defeat in both games against Palos Verdes last week in a challenging Bay League series (2-1 and 7-2 in 10 innings). Evan Moyer showcased a commendable performance on the mound despite the 10-inning loss.

Schedule for this week: Redondo will be competing in the Bishop Gorman Invitational.

8. CARSON 8-6

Carson’s performance at the Easter Classic at Clovis West resulted in a 1-3 record. Despite two narrow losses by one run, the team managed to secure a convincing 10-3 victory against Clovis West.

Schedule for this week: Carson will play two non-league games, first against Santa Monica on Friday and then against Hamilton on Saturday as part of the San Fernando Tournament.

9. BANNING 8-6

Banning faced tough competition at the San Diego Lions Tournament last week, concluding with a 1-3 record.

Schedule for this week: Banning will host Serra on Wednesday and Venice on Saturday as part of the San Fernando Tournament.

10. SAN PEDRO 7-10

San Pedro recorded a 1-3 performance at the San Diego Lions Tournament, securing a victory against Kennedy (6-1) amidst close losses.

Schedule for this week: No games scheduled

Also under consideration: Serra (6-7), St. Bernard (8-3), Bishop Montgomery (4-9)