Alexander Central/North Davidson among the Top 25 High School Softball Teams in the Nation at MaxPreps.com

Posted by Press Release on May 8, 2014 at 12:55 pm under High School | Read the First Comment

Top 25 High School Softball teams in the Nation from CBS/MaxPreps.com and Jim Stoudt…..Here are our North Carolina entries:
3. (3) Alexander Central (Taylorsville, N.C.), 25-0
17. (NR) North Davidson (Lexington, N.C.), 24-0

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1. (1) Mission Viejo (Calif.), 18-0

2. (2) Amador Valley (Pleasanton, Calif.), 20-0

3. (3) Alexander Central (Taylorsville, N.C.), 25-0

4. (4) Ponte Vedra (Fla.), 29-0

5. (5) Barbers Hill (Mt. Belvieu), 27-0

6. (6) Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas), 29-1

7. (7) Mauldin (S.C.), 28-0

8. (9) Cinco Ranch (Katy, Texas), 28-1

9. (12) Sparkman (Harvest, Ala.), 58-2-2

10. (11) La Grange (Texas), 33-1

11. (16) Sherwood (Sandy Spring, Md.), 14-0

12. (13) The Woodlands (Texas), 32-2

13. (14) Atascocita (Humble, Texas), 30-1

14. (18) Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township, N.J.), 19-0

15. (18) Olathe East (Kan.), 10-0

16. (20) Vacaville (Calif.), 23-0-1

17. (NR) North Davidson (Lexington, N.C.), 24-0

18. (22) Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.), 23-1

19. (NR) Bay City Western (Auburn, Mich.), 13-0

20. (21) St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), 28-2

21. (23) Curtis (River Ridge, La.), 30-2

22. (NR) Crown Point (Ind.), 15-0

23. (24) Eastern Tech (Baltimore), 18-0

24. (NR) Puyallup (Wash.), 16-1

25. (9) South Salem (Ore.), 20-1

Dropped Out: Clovis (Calif.), Camas (Wash.), St. Amant (La.) and Columbia (Lake City, Fla.).

Jim Stout
Media Manager, Eastern U.S.
CBS MaxPreps, Inc.


  • Falcon said,

    These two teams are very good. However, if you look at their schedules they really do not play any real tough teams. Both of their conferences are pretty weak, like many in NC. That in my opinion is why they are both undefeated. I’m sure that with their reputations not many teams outside their conferences want to play them. Most coaches do not want to play them until they have too. I am glad that NC is getting some national attention.