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Baseball: Trinity Christian, Glades Day earn spots in state poll

  • 11:21 am Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Boca Raton is No. 4 in the Class 8A state poll. (Photo by Allen Eyestone)

A pair of small schools from Palm Beach County cracked the fourth edition of Theprepzone.com state baseball poll released Tuesday.

Trinity Christian made the Class 3A poll, coming in at No. 10 after winning two games last week to improve to 9-3. In Class 2A, Glades Day made its first appearance in the poll at No. 8. [More]

PBgametime Baseball: Inside the new Top 10, plus the best games of Week 5

  • 3:06 pm Monday, March 9th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Trinity Christian is at No. 8 in this week's PBgametime Top 10. (Photo by Thomas Cordy)

The playoff race is starting to heat up as the second half of the season is near.

Park Vista, Seminole Ridge, Benjamin and Palm Beach Gardens keep rolling, as they all kept their spots in the Post’s Top 10. The four have combined to record a 33-5 record this year.

Here’s the new Post Top 10 entering Week 5 of the season: [More]

Park Vista baseball team at top of Class 8A state rankings

  • 12:38 pm Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Park Vista is 9-1 this season. (Photo by Bill Ingram)

Park Vista will have to deal with high expectations this season.

If you needed further evidence of that, the first edition of Theprepzone.com state baseball poll provided it. The Cobras came in at No. 1 in the Class 8A poll released Wednesday. [More]

Baseball: Inside the first Top 10, plus the best games of Week 2

  • 9:31 am Monday, February 16th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Wellington won the (Photo provided by  Cindy Wiebke)

And we’re off.

The high school baseball season has begun, and we have already had some interesting results. Park Vista already has one loss, and District 9-8A teams like Wellington, Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens and Seminole Ridge are off to hot starts. [More]

Cancellations put emphasis on Trinity Christian’s last nine games

  • 1:17 pm Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 by Post Staff

For various reasons this season, Trinity Christian has had six games canceled and now the Warriors (9-2) are putting a lot of emphasis on the last nine games of the regular season in the hopes that they can carry momentum into the postseason.

Weather was the culprit for a couple of the games, but others were called off by opponents. In one instance, the Warriors were unaware of a cancellation and waited in vain at the field for another team to show up. For a game in Hialeah, the umpires failed to show.