The last Super 7 of the regular season. Enjoy.
Records and comments reflect games through Tuesday, May 13.
1. Springfield (17-2)
The entire body of work is what counts here. I’m not overlooking the clunker against Radnor, but from top to bottom, Cougars have shown they are the most consistent team in the county. And that’s what still makes them No. 1.
2. Cardinal O’Hara (13-3)
The Lions hit a speed bump as two straight losses to Bonner-Prendergast and Archbishop Ryan ruined their shot at earning the No. 1 seed in the Catholic League playoffs. Still, this team is still capable of mashing its way to the Catholic League title. O’Hara plays its quarterfinal round game Thursday against Arch. Carroll.
3. Radnor (13-4)
Inconsistent is the best way to describe the Raiders, but they could be the favorite in District One Class AAA after beating Springfield twice. They just have to show up and perform come playoff time, something they’ve struggled to do the last two years.
4. Chichester (17-2)
The Eagles could have beaten O’Hara Monday (as in, they were winning late in the game). Another Delco team that will vie for the District One Class AAA title and is as good as or better than anyone they’ll face.
5. Episcopal Academy (11-2)
Only thing holding them bac from winning the Inter-Ac League is defense, apparently. The loss to Penn Charter last week hurt.
6. Bonner-Prendergast (10-6, I think)
A few days after beating arguably the top hitting team in Delco, they lose 1-0 to Arch. Carroll.
7. Ridley (10-7)
The Green Raiders entered Wednesday riding a four-game winning streak, including a shutout of Upper Darby. Remember that game, because it could ultimately leave the Royals out of the playoffs and put the Raiders in, but we’ll know for sure Thursday. I’d like to think 10 wins would be enough for Ridley to make the District One AAAA bracket.