Thu. Feb 22nd, 2024

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Two extra victories saved Buford undefeated and the No. 1 workforce within the NFCA Summer time/Fall Excessive College Prime 25 Coaches Ballot for a sixth straight week.

The reigning Georgia 7A champion (20-0) Wolves prolonged their win streak to 27 video games with a 11-1 win over Dacula on Tuesday. Buford’s final defeat was a 1-0 playoff loss to Lambert within the Georgia Class 7A Tremendous Regionals.

The Wolves, who’ve been the highest workforce within the ballot for 9 weeks general courting again to final 12 months, host Mountain View — a workforce they’ve defeated twice already this season — later immediately.

In the meantime, the 5 groups after them within the rankings remained the identical. No. 3 Holy Household (19-1) did lose its first sport of the season, 5-4 in eight innings to Chatfield on Saturday, however received its two different contests to maintain its place. Second-ranked Gretna (24-1) added three wins to its ledger, whereas No. 4 Caddo (31-2) and fifth-ranked Eaton (17-1) each posted 4-0 weeks, and No. 6 Blue Springs South (19-2) collected two extra victories.

One-loss colleges Owasso (29-1-1) and Washington (26-1-1) every gained one place, forward of ballot newcomer Lassiter (18-1) at No. 9. Riverdale Ridge (16-2) rounds out the highest 10.

The 2 different new colleges within the rankings, Raymore-Peculiar (22-1) and East Coweta (22-2), occupy the No. 11 and 12 spots, respectively. Houston County (18-3) dropped 10 locations to seventeenth following a Saturday loss to Parkview.

State rankings submitted by the 2023 NFCA Excessive College Steering Committee are used to compile the NFCA Summer time/Fall Excessive College Prime 25 Coaches Ballot. Groups are chosen based mostly on efficiency, roster high quality, power of schedule, and lively NFCA membership. 5 states — Colorado, Georgia, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Missouri — play a fall fastpitch schedule, whereas Iowa just lately accomplished its summer time season.

NFCA Summer time/Fall Excessive College Prime 25 Coaches Ballot – Week 6
1. Buford (Ga.)

File: 20-0 | PR: 1

2. Gretna (Neb.)

File: 24-1 | PR: 2

3. Holy Household (Colo.)

File: 19-1 | PR: 3

4. Caddo (Okla.)

File: 31-2 | PR: 4

5. Eaton (Colo.)

File: 17-1 | PR: 5

6. Blue Springs South (Mo.)

File: 19-2 | PR: 7

7. Owasso (Okla.)

File: 29-1-1 | PR: 8

8. Washington (Mo.)

File: 26-1-1 | PR: 9

9. Lassiter (Ga.)

File: 18-1 | PR: NR

10. Riverdale Ridge (Colo.)

File: 16-2 | PR: 11

11. Raymore-Peculiar (Mo.)

File: 22-1 | PR: NR

12. East Coweta (Ga.)

File: 22-2 | PR: NR

13. East Paulding (Ga.)

File: 20-3 | PR: 10

14. Pope (Ga.)

File: 18-3 | PR: 13

15. Moore (Okla.)

File: 27-3 | PR: 14

16. Damaged Arrow (Okla.)

File: 27-3 | PR: 15

17. Houston County (Ga.)

File: 18-3 | PR: 7

18. Arvada West (Colo.)

File: 16-3 | PR: 12

19. Millard North (Neb.)

File: 19-4 | PR: 17

20. Columbine (Colo.)

File: 16-4 | PR: 18

21. North Linn (Iowa)

File: 39-6 | PR: 22

22. Ankeny Centennial (Iowa

File: 36-5 | PR: 23

23. Lincoln East (Neb.)

File: 22-6 | PR: 19

24. Regina Catholic (Iowa)

File: 30-8 | | PR: 24

25. Williamsburg (Iowa)

File: 36-9 | PR: 25

Dropped out: Papillion-LaVista (Neb.), Rock Bridge (Mo.) and Turner (Okla.).

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