BASEBALL: Area Rankings

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STAR-NEWS RANKINGS
Records before Tuesday

1. Alhambra (15-1)
On school-record 15-game win streak
2. Monrovia (12-5)
Stopped slide with huge win over Northview
3. St. Francis (12-8)
Has dropped three straight and five of six
4. Temple City (12-5)
Strong finish at Apache Invitational
5. San Marino (10-2-1)
Moved up to No. 5 in CIF Div. V rankings
6. Gabrielino (12-5)
Won five straight and 11 of 12
7. Pasadena Poly (12-3)
Winners of 10 consecutive
8. Arcadia (10-9)
Dropped two straight and four of six
9. La Salle (11-8)
Struggling in tough Del Rey League
10. La Caada (8-5)
Off after wins over Temple City and Monrovia

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SOFTBALL: Area Rankings

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STAR-NEWS RANKINGS
Records before Tuesday
1. Alverno (14-3)
Escamilla: 20 Ks past two games
2. Keppel (11-2)
Big 9-6 win over Alhambra
3. Flintridge Sacred Heart (6-4)
Tough Mission League losses
4. Temple City (10-3-1)
Played San Marino Wednesday
5. La Caada (9-4)
Big South Pas game Friday
6. South Pasadena (6-9)
Beat Pasadena Poly, 3-2
7. Arcadia (7-6)
Has won five of past six
8. Gabrielino (7-4)
Two 10-run victories
9. La Salle (7-7)
Lost to Alverno, 2-0
10. Alhambra (10-5)
Still playing well

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FOOTBALL: What are some of the games you’d really like to see?

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With all the talk of Muir-Diamond Ranch, what are some of the games you’d really like to see?
Way back when I was school at West Covina, everyone had the dates the old Spartans played Los Altos and South Hills on their calendars the minute the schedules were put out.
Pasadena-Muir is a natural. Arcadia-St. Francis and St. Francis-Los Altos are good games. But what other games that may not be on any schedule would you like to see.
How about Los Altos Muir? Or Charter Oak-St. Francis, just to throw a couple of names out there?

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