High School Fall Top 10
Georgia, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and South Dakota all play high school softball in the fall. Because of that, Softball America has decided to release its first-ever fall Top 10 High School Rankings. At the end of the academic year, the top teams from the fall will be combined with the best teams from the spring to determine a composite Top 25.
With the help of several high school coaches in those six states, SA is able to adjust rankings accordingly each week.
This week saw a few changes between No. 7 and No. 10 but the top 10 programs each remained ranked.
Georgia began its state tournaments and Nebraska is starting districts.
- 1 –Last: 1
East CowetaSharpsburg, GANotes:
2019 Record: 30-0
The Skinny: East Coweta has reached the Sweet 16 and remains undefeated in 2019.
- 2 –Last: 2
2019 Record: 29-0
The Skinny: The Monarchs beat South Sioux City 12-0 and advanced to Saturday morning of the Class A-1 district tournament.
- 3 –Last: 3
North GwinnettSuwanee, GANotes:
2019 Record: 27-1
The Skinny: NGHS rolled past Shiloh 8-0 and 19-0 to reach the Sweet 16.
- 4 –Last: 4
Gordon LeeChickamauga, GANotes:
2019 Record: 27-1
The Skinny: Gordon Lee won its 17th consecutive region championship and earned a first round bye of the Georgia Class 1A Public School state tournament.
- 5 –Last: 5
2019 Record: 28-2
The Skinny: The Bobcats enter the Class A State Tournament ranked No. 1.
- 6 –Last: 6
2019 Record: 22-3
The Skinny: Ringgold swept Morgan County 12-0 and 7-0 in the first round of the Class 3A State Tournament.
- 7Last: 8
Rock CanyonHighlands Ranch, CONotes:
2019 Record: 22-1
The Skinny: Rock Canyon hasn't lost since Aug. 29 and has only allowed two opponents to score more than three runs all season.
- 8Last: 9
2019 Record: 25-5
The Skinny: The Rams defeated Collins Hill 8-0 and 9-0 in the first round of the state tournament.
- 9Last: 10
2019 Record: 20-5
The Skinny: Sullivan finished the regular season as undefeated Four Rivers Conference champions.
- 10Last: 7
2019 Record: 19-3
The Skinny: The Chargers dropped three in a row to district foes and ruined their chance for a district title.