��� Moe Baseball Receives More National Recognition | Cincinnati Moeller High School Baseball | iHigh.com



Home » Baseball News

Moe Baseball Receives More National Recognition

June 9, 2012
Cincinnati Moeller High School

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's
National High School Poll
(June 4, 2012 )
Rank School

2012 Record

1. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, NV) 39-3 F
2. Carroll (Corpus Christi, TX) 32-4
3. Martin (Arlington, TX) 36-5-1
4. Columbus (Columbus, GA) 33-4 F
5. Oak Grove (Hattiesburg, MS) 34-4 F
6. Spruce Creek (Port Orange, FL) 29-5 F
7. Archbishop McCarthy (Southwest Ranches, FL) 27-4-1 F
8. Ashley Ridge (Summerville, SC) 31-2 F
9. Bonita (La Verne, CA) 32-2 F
10. Cherry Creek (Englewood, CO) 24-3 F
11. Parkview (Lilburn, GA) 31-6 F
12. Calallen (Corpus Christi, TX) 33-2 F
13. Orange Lutheran (Orange, CA) 23-5 F
14. Carl Albert (Oklahoma City, OK) 38-3 F
15. Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) 24-6 F
16. Maize (Maize, KS) 21-2 F
17. Olympia (Orlando, FL) 29-1 F
18. Jesuit (Tampa, FL) 28-2 F
19. Providence (Charlotte, NC) 25-3 F
20. Bryant (Bryant, AR) 25-7 F
21. Poly Prep Country Day (Brooklyn, NY) 20-4 F
22. Nova (Davie, FL) 25-2 F
23. Creighton Prep (Omaha, NE) 32-4 F
24. Barbe (Lake Charles, LA) 33-6 F
25. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati, OH) 26-5 F
26. Harvard-Westlake (Studio City, CA) 24-5-1 F
27. JW North (Riverside, CA) 25-6 F
28. Spanish Fork (Spanish Fork, UT) 22-5 F
29. Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow, OK) 35-5 F
30. Owasso (Owasso, OK) 30-5 F


2012 POWERADE FAB 50 Baseball Rankings: Week 14
1 (2) American Heritage
Plantation, FL
27-4 Among those that American Heritage defeated during the season besides No. 4 Tampa Jesuit were Alabama Class 6A state champ Oxford (Ala.), Georgia Class AAAAA runner-up Brookwood (Gwinnett, Ga.) and Florida Class 3A runner-up American Heritage (Delray Beach, Fla.). Estero (Fla.), which was 27-2 and No. 26 in the FAB 50 at the time, also suffered a playoff defeat at the hands of the Patriots.
2 (4) Columbus
Columbus, GA
33-4 The two wins by the Blue Devils in the sweep of previous No. 26 Ringgold (Ga.) for the Class AAA state title are being counted this week. Columbus won its third straight crown in a bracket that included two undefeated teams when it started.
3 (3) Pensacola Catholic
Pensacola, FL
27-3 Season complete. The Crusaders captured the Class 4A state crown with a win over No. 20 Bishop Verot (Fort Myers, Fla.) when the Vikings had climbed up to No. 2.
4 (5) Jesuit
Tampa, FL
28-2 Season complete. This team was No. 1 when it lost to new No. 1 American Heritage in Class 5A state semifinals.
5 (6) Bishop Gorman
Las Vegas, NV
39-3 Season complete. Owning that win over Carroll (Corpus Christi, Texas) from early in the season seems to have helped lock up a top five final ranking for the Gaels.
6 (7) Mary Carroll
Corpus Christi, TX
32-4 The Tigers will start the Class 5A state tournament this week against AaM Consolidated (College Station, Texas) in the semifinals. Carroll swept previous No. 47 Alexander (Laredo, Texas) in its best-of-three playoff series last week in the Region IV-5A final. It has made it this far three straight years.
7 (8) James Martin
Arlington, TX
37-5-1 The Warriors advanced to the Class 5A final four state tournament where they will face No. 30 Cypress Ranch (Houston) in the semifinals. For Martin, which beat Southlake Carroll (Southlake, Texas) in a 2-0 sweep to advance, it is the third trip to the state tournament, which it won back in 1993.
8 (10) Spruce Creek
Port Orange, FL
28-4 Season complete. The Hawks pocketed their first Class 8A state title and handed No. 10 Olympia its only loss along the way.
9 (11) Olympia
Orlando, FL
29-1 Season complete. A loss to No. 9 Spruce Creek knocked the Titans from the ranks of the unbeaten and from their No. 1 national perch.
10 (9) Vista
Vista, CA
31-4 Season complete. Junior Brett Seeburger tossed a one-hitter on Monday night at San Diego State's Tony Gwynn Stadium to lead the Panthers past Rancho Buena Vista (Vista, Calif.) 1-0 in the CIF San Diego Section Division I final.
11 (18) Cathedral
San Diego, CA
30-5 Season complete. A 3-1 win over El Capitan (Lakeside, Calif.) last Saturday gave the Dons their second straight CIF Division III section title. They also ended up with 30 wins for a second straight season. While Vista won a section title in a higher division and had a better record, Cathedral Catholic didn't lose a playoff game in the double-elimination section playoffs while Vista did.
12 (16) Lake Central
Saint John, IN
30-1 The Indians captured their first Class 4A regional title since 2004 with a 3-1 win over Penn (Mishawka, Ind.) after avenging last year's upset loss to Elkhart Central (Elkhart, Ind.) in the semifinals. Anthony Fushi's two-run single in the third inning broke a 1-1 tie against Penn. The Indians advance to Saturday's Semi-States against 28-5 Zionsville (Zionsville, Ind.) with the winner gaining a title-game berth the following weekend.
13 (13) Oak Grove
Hattiesburg, MS
34-3 Season complete. After moving up seven spots in last week's rankings, the Class 6A state champion Warriors stayed the same this week.
14 (14) Kentwood
Covington, WA
25-2 Season complete. A victory over Richland (Wash.) gave the Conquerors a Class 4A state title after they were runners-up in 2011.
15 (12) Calallen
Corpus Christi, TX
33-2 Season complete. The Tigers advanced to the Class 4A regional tournament before getting upset. They also were No. 1 in the FAB 50 at the time of their playoff loss.
16 (15) Archbishop McCarthy
Fort Lauderdale, FL
27-4-1 Season complete. The Mavericks earned their third straight Class 6A state championship.
17 (17) Carl Albert
Midwest City, OK
38-3 Season complete. Oklahoma's No. 1 team for the season is the Class 5A state champ Titans.
18 (19) Parkview
Lilburn, GA
31-6 Season complete. It's been more than a week since the Panthers repeated as Class AAAAA state champs and they get to move up one more spot.
19 (20) Ashley Ridge
Summerville, SC
31-2 Season complete. Wins against Lexington (S.C.) in the semifinals and Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.) in the finals gave the Swamp Foxes their first Class 5A state crown.
20 (21) Bishop Verot
Fort Myers, FL
29-3 Season complete. The Vikings finished as Class 4A state runners-up.
21 (23) Barbe
Lake Charles, LA
33-6 Season complete. It's been almost one month since the Buccaneers defeated Archbishop Rummel (Metairie, La.) for the Class 6A state title.
22 (24) Campolindo
Moraga, CA
23-4-1 Season complete. Duke-bound James Marvel resembled a superhero by going 3-for-3 with three runs scored to lead the Cougars past Dougherty Valley (San Ramon, Calif.) in the CIF North Coast Section Division II championship. Campolindo won its third straight section title and will earn a mythical Division II state crown.
23 (28) Christopher Columbus
Miami, FL
28-5 Season complete. The Explorers were the second-place finisher in the Class 8A state playoffs.
24 (29) Sunnyslope
Phoenix, AZ
28-4-1 Season complete. This was one year in Arizona in which the Division II champion (Sunnyslope) had the goods to be ranked higher than the Division I winner (Chaparral).
25 (31) Creighton Prep
Omaha, NE
31-5 Season complete. The Junior Jays won the Class A state title and were tough to beat all season.
26 (32) Cherry Creek
Englewood, CO
24-3 Season complete. Veteran coach Marc Johnson guided the Bruins to another state championship.
27 (27) Gainesville
Gainesville, GA
32-2 Season complete. There were just two losses on the season for the Red Elephants, who unfortunately suffered both of them in the Class AAA state playoffs.
28 (33) Saint Marys
Stockton, CA
27-6 Season complete. All-state candidate Gio Brusa collected four RBIs, including two on a booming triple to break the game open, as the Rams beat Franklin (Elk Grove, Calif.) 8-2 to complete a two-game sweep for the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I crown. St. Mary's also tied a record by winning its third straight section title.
29 (NR) Newbury Park
Newbury Park, CA
21-7 Season complete. After taking down previous No. 1 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) in the CIFSS Division I semifinals, the Panthers won their first section title since 1968 by beating Corona (Calif.) 2-1 in last Friday's championship at Dodger Stadium. Senior Luke Eubank, who pitched three no-hitters this season, led the way with a three-hitter.
30 (NR) Cypress Ranch
Cypress, TX
30-8 As a final four team in the Class 5A Texas playoffs, the Mustangs get to make a big jump in this week's rankings as well. They took out previous No. 25 Fort Bend Kempner (Sugar Land, Texas) in the regional final with a 5-3 win. Cypress Ranch is making its first trip to the state tournament.
31 (36) Lutheran
Orange, CA
23-5 Season complete. The Lancers, who were upset by West Ranch (Valencia, Calif.) in the CIFSS Division I playoffs, posted their best win early in the season against No. 2 Columbus (Ga.). They also topped No. 32 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) twice in league games.
32 (1) Mater Dei
Santa Ana, CA
24-6 Season complete. On the same day last week when it was announced that the Monarchs had moved to No. 1 in the FAB 50, they went down in a 5-2 loss to No. 29 Newbury Park in the CIFSS Division I semifinals.
33 (37) Providence
Jacksonville, FL
27-5 Season complete. The Stallions raced to the Class 3A state crown.
34 (50) Rockwall-Heath
Rockwall, TX
34-9 Three-year varsity standouts Jovan Hernandez and Jake Thompson finally punched their tickets for the Class 4A state tournament after their team defeated Wakeland (Frisco, Texas) 9-2 in the clinching game of last weekend's regional series. The Hawks play Montgomery (Texas) in the semifinals.
35 (35) Sharyland
Mission, TX
31-5 Season complete. The Rattlers advanced to the Class 5A regional semifinals before they lost in a series to No. 6 Carroll (Corpus Christi, Texas).
36 (NR) Moeller
Cincinnati, OH
26-5 Season complete. The Crusaders captured their sixth Division 1 state title - their first since 2009 -- with a 9-6 win over Westlake (Westlake, Ohio). Moeller, which outscored its last eight victims 60-20, vaulted to an 8-1 lead over Westlake in the title game as three Moeller pitchers shared duty. In the semifinals, Moeller ousted regular-season poll champion Grove City (Grove City, Ohio) 3-2.
37 (38) Calvert Hall College
Baltimore, MD
29-6 Season complete. The Cardinals won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title.
38 (39) Don Bosco
Ramsey, NJ
23-3 The Ironmen won three games last week, including a 2-0 blanking of St. Joseph (Montvale, N.J.) to advance to Tuesday's Non-Public North A final against 21-6 Delbarton (Morristown, N.J.). Delbarton upset Seton Hall Prep (West Orange, N.J.) to earn its berth. Don Bosco's Tommy Byrne (9-1) got the pitching win over Gatorade State Player of the Year Rob Kaminsky of St. Joseph.
39 (40) Spanish Fort
Spanish Fort, AL
38-8 Season complete. This team won its third straight Class 5A state crown and had a strong enough body of work to be ranked higher than Class 6A state champ Oxford (Ala.).
40 (NR) Middlecreek
Apex, NC
27-6 Season complete. Senior Jimmy Boyd pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead Middle Creek past Hough (Cornelius, N.C.) 2-0 in game one of the Class 4A state championship. Middle Creek then won the title by beating Hough again 10-4.
41 (41) Venice
Venice, FL
24-8 Season complete. The Indians were tops in the Florida playoffs in Class 7A.
42 (42) Nova
Davie, FL
23-2 Season complete. The Titans began the Class 7A playoffs in Florida at No. 3 in the FAB 50 but suffered a loss in the Class 7A regional final.
43 (43) Lake Braddock Secondary School
Burke, VA
23-2 The Bruins, ranked No. 1 in the Washington, D.C., area, will play Cosby (Midlothian, Va.) Tuesday in a Class AAA state quarterfinal game. They won two of three games last week -- avenging a loss to McLean (Va.) 6-5, blanking Westfield (Chantilly, Va.) 8-0 and losing to West Springfield (Springfield, Va.) 3-2, a team they defeated three times earlier this season.
44 (45) Pacifica
Garden Grove, CA
28-5 SEason complete. The Mariners completed their quest for the CIFSS Division II title with a 3-2 win in 10 innings against Aliso Niguel (Aliso Viejo, Calif.). This was the same division in which nationally ranked Harvard-Westlake was the No. 1 seed to start.
45 (46) Harvard Westlake
North Hollywood, CA
24-5-1 Season complete. Max Fried of the Wolverines was the first prep pitcher chosen in Monday's MLB Draft with the No. 7 pick by the San Diego Padres. Fried's team lost in the CIFSS Division II playoffs to Valencia (Placentia, Calif.).
46 (48) Chaparral
Scottsdale, AZ
28-7 Season complete. Dylan Cozens and his 19 homers led the Firebirds to the Division I state crown.
47 (49) Bonita
La Verne, CA
31-2 Season complete. Justin Garza capped an outstanding prep career with a three-hitter for the Bearcats in their 5-1 triumph over Alhambra (Calif.) in the CIFSS Division III championship.
48 (NR) Lake Travis
Austin, TX
33-10 The Cavaliers topped Boerne-Champion (Boerne, Texas) last weekend in the Class 4A regional finals and will move on to the state semifinals where they will face 29-10 Cleburne (Texas).
49 (26) Ringgold
Ringgold, GA
29-8 Season complete. The Tigers were Class AAA runners-up to No. 2 Columbus (Ga.). They hold on to a FAB 50 ranking due to their two wins over Gainesville (Ga.) when that team was 32-0.
50 (NR) American Fork
American Fork, UT
25-6 Season complete. The Cavemen won the Class 5A state title and were considered the state's top overall squad.
Dropped out: Previous No. 22 Liberty (Mo.); No. 25 Fort Bend Kempner (Sugar Land, Texas); No. 30 Grove City (Ohio); No. 34 Chatsworth (Calif.); No. 44 Roseburg (Roseburg, Ore.); No. 47 Alexander (Laredo, Texas).

Tags Cincinnati Moeller High School • Publisher
Rate This Article
Thanks for rating this article!
Share This Article