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Baseball: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

INQUIRER SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA BASEBALL TOP 25

Baseball: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

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Justin Andrews and Neshaminy (12-2 through Tuesday) are ranked No. 2 in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer.

INQUIRER SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA BASEBALL TOP 25

Through Tuesday.

Rank Team Record

1. Bonner-Prendergast 13-2

2. Neshaminy 12-2

3. Strath Haven 13-0

4. Central Bucks East 11-2

5. La Salle 12-3

6. Conestoga 10-3

7. Malvern Prep 18-6

8. W.C. Henderson 11-4

9. Coatesville 11-3

10. Archbishop Wood 11-4

11. Methacton 11-4

12. Springside Chestnut Hill 10-3

13. Central Bucks South 8-4

14. Spring-Ford 11-5

15. Unionville 12-3

16. Upper Moreland 12-1

17. Holy Ghost Prep 11-3

18. Pennridge 9-4

19. St. Joseph's Prep 9-7

20. Boyertown 9-7

21. Archbishop Carroll 10-5

22. North Penn 7-5

23. Neumann-Goretti 9-6

24. Pennsbury 8-5

25. Pottstown 9-6

Under consideration, listed alphabetically: Council Rock North (7-5), Devon Prep (10-5), Hatboro-Horsham (7-7), Penncrest (9-4), Perkiomen Valley (9-6), William Tennent (7-7).

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Rick O’Brien has been at The Inquirer since 1993, primarily covering high school sports in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

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