Randolph, LeSueur-Henderson, Mankato West Still Top Softball Rankings
The latest Minnesota High School Fastpitch Coaches Association Rankings were released today. A number of KDHL area teams are in the listings.
The Northfield Raiders are inching their way up the biggest schools list. Up a spot to #7 in Class 4A. The top ranked Section 1 Class 4A team. Lakeville North and New Prague are Section 1 teams in others receiving votes.
In Class 2A Zumbrota-Mazeppa jumped over Winona Cotter taking over the #4 spot with the Ramblers dropping to #5. LeSueur-Henderson still sits in the #1 spot in Class 2A. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva and St. Charles received votes.
Three Big Nine teams are still in the top 6 in Class 3A. #1 Mankato West, #3 Mankato East, #6 Winona. Byron and St. Peter also received votes.
Undefeated Randolph still sits atop the smallest schools rankings tied with Badger/Greenbush-Middle River. Waterville-Elysian-Morristown moved up two spots to #7. Goodhue, in the same Section 4 with Randolph is in others receiving votes.
The latest rankings are all below. Enjoy.
1. Badger/Greenbush-Middle River
3. Browerville/Eagle Valley
3. New Ulm Cathedral
6. Lac qui Parle Valley
8. Buffalo Lake-Hector-Stewart
9. New York Mills
Others receiving votes: Edgerton/SW MN Christian, Sebeka, Goodhue, Nicollet, Red Lake Falls, Springfield
2. Maple Lake
5. Winona Cotter
7. Pipestone Area
Others receiving votes: Annandale, Esko, Morris Area/Chokio Alberta, New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva, St. Charles, Mounds Park Academy, Hawley, Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial
1. Mankato West
2. St. Anthony Village
3. Mankato East
4. Big Lake
5. Chisago Lakes
7. Sartell-St. Stephen
9. Benilde-St. Margaret's
1. Stillwater Area
2. Elk River
6. Forest Lake
9. Maple Grove
Others receiving votes: White Bear Lake, Hopkins, Lakeville North, Prior Lake, New Prague, North St. Paul
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