Philadelphia High School Baseball
The Philadelphia Baseball Review releases a weekly Power Poll that ranks the top five high school programs in the Philadelphia area. Local coaches, scouts, and talent evaluators assist in the voting and selection of teams. 

1. Malvern Prep | (25-2, 7-1) [---]
The Friars dropped a 2-1 contest to league foe Haverford School last week, but bounced back with a 15-4 win on Saturday over Archbishop Carroll. The club remains not only the best in the Philly region, but the best in state with national attention from Perfect Game and Baseball America.

2. La Salle College | (15-3, 10-1) [---]
The Explorers beat up on Archbishop Carroll on Monday in a 12-1 victory - this after disposing of Devon Prep and Archbishop Ryan by a combined 26 to 4 score last week. The club should enter the Philadelphia Catholic League playoffs as the top seed.

3. Neshaminy | (14-2, 12-2) [---]
The Skins fell to a solid Central Bucks East squad several games ago, but is riding a five-game winning streak into the final stretch of the regular season.

4. Central Bucks East | (11-4, 10-2) [---]
The Patriots were tripped up in a rivalry game with Central Bucks West last week, but remain of the best teams in the region with a ton of offensive firepower.

5. Neumann-Goretti | (12-3, 8-3) [---]
The Saints lost on Monday to Cardinal O'Hara, but still have quality victories over La Salle and Friends' Central.

Dropped Out: None.
Earning Recognition: Pennsbury (11-5, 8-5), Plymouth Whitemarsh (13-3, 6-1), Quakertown (14-5, 7-2), Monsignor Bonner (14-5, 7-4).

Earning Recognition: Bonner (9-3, 5-2), Owen J. Roberts (9-2, 7-1)

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