This Week: vs. Barlow, Wednesday, 4:15; at Weston, Friday, 4:15; vs. New Milford, Monday, 4:15.
Bottom Line: Masuk holds firm on to the top spot after a 3-0 week, during which it outscored opponents 53-2.
This Week: vs. Ledyard, Tuesday, 4; at Fitch, May 4, 4.
Bottom Line: Maddie Burrows allowed two, one-hit games this week to help keep Waterford undefeated heading into a battle of unbeatens vs. Ledyard on Tuesday. Due to postponements of NFA, they’ll get a week off before facing Fitch.
This Week: at Ludlowe, Wednesday, 4; vs. Harding, Friday, 4.
Bottom Line: St. Joseph maintains its position with three more blowout wins last week, two by shutout. Now outscoring opponents 79-1 to start the season.
This Week: at Lyman Hall, Wednesday, 3:45; vs. Hamden, Friday, 4; at Sheehan, Monday, 3:30
Bottom Line: Shutout wins over Amity and East Haven earn Cheshire a first place vote and a bump up in the poll. Bri Pearson has been lights out on the mound.
This Week: vs. St. Joseph, Wednesday, 4; at Wilton, Friday, 7; vs. Stamford, Monday, 4.
Bottom Line: Ludlowe’s relentless offense continues to make it easy for its less experienced pitching staff with three more double digit victories last week.
This Week: at Oxford, Monday, 4; at Wamogo/Litchfield, Tuesday, 4; vs. Sacred Heart, Wednesday, 3:45; vs. Woodland, Friday, 6; vs. St. Paul, Monday, 6:30
Bottom Line: Seymour held position and outscored opponents 90-5, reaching double digit runs. This was before falling to rival Oxford 9-8 on Monday (after voting concluded).
This Week: vs. East Haven, Wednesday, 4:15; vs. Foran, Friday, 4:15; at Wilbur Cross, Monday, 3:45.
Bottom Line: Only blemish has been a 4-0 loss to Cheshire. The Spartans will be tested again against East Haven this week.
This Week: at Amity, Wednesday, 4:15; at West Haven, Friday, 7; Monday vs. Lauralton Hall, 4:15.
Bottom Line: East Haven dropped four spots after being shut out, 7-0, by Bri Pearson and Cheshire.
This Week: vs. Simsbury, Wednesday, 3:45; at Avon, Friday, 3:45; at New Britain, Monday, 3:45.
Bottom Line: Southington held position with three more wins, including two close matchups with Hall and Bristol Central. Southington scored four runs off Hall’s ace Sophie Garner-MacKinnon, the most she has allowed in a game.
This Week: vs. Kolbe Cathedral, Wednesday, 4:15; vs. Newtown, Friday, 4:15; at Masuk, Monday, 4:15.
Bottom Line: The Lancers break the Top 10 for the first time thanks to MacQuarrie Stone-Folmar’s big bat (7 home runs) and freshman ace Judy Tarczali, who has won each of the teams seven games on the mound. A rematch with Newtown, which ND only beat by a run, and a date with No. 1 Masuk loom this week.
First-place votes in parentheses and points tabulated on a 30-28-26-24-22-20-18-16-14-12-11-10-9-8-7 basis.
Records through Sunday, April 25
Compiled by Will Aldam
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