High school polls

April 19, 2013 

BASEBALL

This week's Kentucky High School Baseball Coaches Association poll (First-place votes in parentheses):

1. Woodford County (7)

2. Lexington Catholic (2)

3. Central Hardin (2)

4. St. Xavier (1)

5. Pleasure Ridge Park (1)

6. Male

7. Collins

8. Henderson County

9. Harrison County

10. West Jessamine

11. Tates Creek

12. Lone Oak

13. Russell County

14. Lawrence County

15. Lexington Christian

16. Paul Laurence Dunbar

17. Bullitt East

18. Ballard

19. Lafayette

20. East Jessamine

21. Madison Central

22. Shelby County

23. Ryle

24. Hazard

25. Covington Catholic


SOFTBALL

This week's Kentucky High School Softball Coaches Association poll (First-place votes in parentheses):

1. Greenwood (21) 530

2. Scott County (5) 489

3. Mercy (1) 440

4. Lone Oak (1) 407

5. Owensboro Catholic 369

6. Oldham County (1) 334

7. Christian County 328

8. Ballard 327

9. Reidland 317

10. Boyle County 265

11. Bullitt East 218

12. Holy Cross 216

13. North Laurel 212

14. Male 145

15. Bowling Green 144

16. Ryle 122

17. Marshall County 113

18. Eastern 106

19. Lafayette 56

20. Livingston Central 55

21. Central Hardin 53

22. South Laurel 48

23. Pleasure Ridge Park 39

24. Anderson County 36

25. Henderson County 34

Others receiving votes: Madisonville 32, Bourbon County 30, Meade County 27, Harrison County 24, Franklin County 19, Manual 13, East Jessamine 12, Magoffin County 12, Union County 11, Taylor County 11, Boyd County 10, Ashland 8, Collins 8, Butler County 8, Woodford County 8, Apollo 6, Assumption 5, Paul Laurence Dunbar 4, Heath 4, Estill County 3,Owen County 3, Madison Central 3, Corbin 3, Warren East 3, Henry Clay 2, Somerset 2, Edmonson County 2, Harlan County 2, Tates Creek 2, Sacred Heart 1, Johnson Central 1, Green County 1, Adair County 1.

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