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Spring sports rankings and other notes

April 1st, 2013 at Mon, 1st, 2013 at 3:22 pm by Megan Managan

Spring sports are well underway around the state and Mercer Island teams are doing well.

With the new season comes a new set of rankings.

After a successful fall and winter of ranking sports around the state, the Score Czar is rankings baseball, boys soccer and fastpitch this spring – a monumental undertaking. The following rankings have been updated as of March 30.

The Mercer Island baseball team is ranked No. 12 in the state. Mount Si is the only other KingCo school ranked higher than the Islanders at No. 5.

The boys soccer team is ranked No. 11. Liberty is ranked No. 3, while Mount Si is No. 12 after the Islanders. Bainbridge, the reigning 3A state champs are ranked No. 14.

The Islanders fastpitch team is ranked No. 34 overall in the 3A category.

To see more of the rankings, for all classifications in each sport visit the Score Czar site.

I’m the sports reporter at the Mercer Island Reporter newspaper. On this blog you’ll find extra bits and pieces to stories I’ve written, behind the scene looks at teams and observations on the sports in our area. I’ll field questions here, and ask a few too. You can follow me on Twitter (@MIRsports ) or send me an e-mail.

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