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Baseball: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

SOUTHEASTERN PA. BASEBALL TOP 25

Baseball: Southeastern Pa. Top 25

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Malvern Prep, aided by junior outfielder-pitcher Chris Butera, is ranked No. 1 in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer. (Ann Nutter)

SOUTHEASTERN PA. BASEBALL TOP 25

Records are through Tuesday.

Rk. Team Rec.

1. Malvern Prep 23-7

2. Penn Charter 19-5

3. Pope John Paul II 16-5

4. La Salle 16-5

5. Downingtown East 15-5

6. Holy Ghost Prep 15-2

7. Garnet Valley 15-3

8. Perkiomen School 17-4

9. Spring-Ford 15-5

10. North Penn 12-6

11. Cardinal O'Hara 14-7

12. Conestoga 14-5

13. Methacton 15-6

14. Pennridge 11-5

15. Boyertown 17-4

16. Council Rock South 13-6

17. Neumann-Goretti 15-4

18. Council Rock North 12-5

19. Roman Catholic 10-10

20. Archbishop Wood 15-4

21. Harriton 11-6

22. Upper Moreland 10-5

23. Strath Haven 13-5

24. Hatboro-Horsham 11-9

25. Cheltenham 15-4

Under consideration, listed alphabetically: Bonner-Prendergast (11-7), Central Bucks East (10-7), Coatesville (12-8), Neshaminy (10-8), Penncrest (13-6), Plymouth Whitemarsh (12-6).

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

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