Latest Top 10 rankings: May 17

1. Valley Central (13-3): The right side of Valley Central’s infield really coming through this season – first baseman Jenna DiPierro is hitting .396 with a team-leading 15 RBI and Rebecca Wentink, a second baseman, is batting .400

2. Middletown (15-3): Can clinch the OCIAA Division I title with a win over visiting Kingston on Monday. The Middies last divisional championship came in 2004.

3. Warwick (14-3): Top two hitters are sophomores – Ciarra DiGulio (.400) and Brooke Megna (.391) with reliable senior Caroline Seeberg at .387.

4. Kingston (12-5): Lost to Middletown 4-1 on April 28, but Kingston was without ace Ashley Cruise. She will be firing BB’s on Monday, dueling Middletown’s Allison Marcano.

5. Roosevelt (15-2): Kingston-Middletown isn’t the only hot ticket in Section 9 on Monday. Roosevelt faces Marlboro in a must-see MHAL playoff semifinal.

6. Marlboro (13-3): Being that Roosevelt beat Marlboro only a few weeks back, the Iron Dukes will be even more determined to defend the MHAL title.

7. Pine Bush (8-8): Just can’t write this team off. Still think the defending Class AA champions can be dangerous.

8. Minisink Valley (8-9): Second baseman Taylor Romano’s power surge has produced a homer in three straight games.

9. Cornwall (13-3): The dynasty continues. Cornwall has won the last four OCIAA Division III titles, going 23-1 during that span in league play.

10. Highland (11-4): Not in the MHAL playoffs, but can play with any team in the league. Highland clear favorite in upcoming Section 9 Class B tournament.

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