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LA Daily News final baseball Top 10 rankings, May 8

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DAILY NEWS BASEBALL TOP 10 RANKINGS

Here are the final, regular-season rankings for the 2023 season.

1. Notre Dame (27-2): Notre Dame ‘s Tom Dill said in 26 years as the head coach, he’s never had a team dominate the regular season like the Knights did this year. Notre Dame won the Mission League, the Boras Classic and earned the No. 1 overall seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.

2. Harvard-Westlake (21-8): After an uncharacteristic start to the season, the Wolverines finished the regular season winning 12 of its last 13 games to finish second in the Mission League and earn a berth to the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs.

3. Crespi (17-7-3): The Celts finish the year third in the Mission League and will look to make noise in the Division 2 playoffs.

4. Granada Hills (20-6): The Highlanders ran away with the West Valley League title and will wait to see if they get the No. 1 or No. 2 seed in the City Open Division playoffs.

5. Calabasas (20-9): The Coyotes earned a share of the Marmonte League title with two out of three wins over Oaks Christian in the final week of the season. Calabasas is in the CIF-SS Division 2 playoffs.

6. Quartz Hill (25-4): The Royals won the Golden League title and will look to make noise in the CIF-SS Division 2 playoffs. With Logan Reddemann on the mound, Quartz Hill can make noise this postseason.

7. Valencia (21-7): The Vikings went 11-1 in the Foothill League, winning the highly-competitive league outright over second-place West Ranch.

8. Oaks Christian (14-11): The Lions were co-champions with Calabasas in the Marmonte League and outscored everyone in the league with 80 runs.

9. Sierra Canyon (17-10-2): The Trailblazers nabbed the last automatic qualifying spot out of the Mission League by finishing in fourth place in the program’s first year in the league. Sierra Canyon earned a berth into the Division 1 playoffs.

10. Simi Valley (20-7): The Pioneers won the Coastal Canyon League with a 9-2 record and earned a berth to the Division 2 playoffs.

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