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PBR Power 25 - April 2, 2019


Brandon Hall
North Carolina Director of Scouting

There are over 450 high school baseball teams in North Carolina.  There are as many as 19 different classifications that schools belong to, sponsoring baseball in North Carolina.  There is 1 ranking that breaks down the top teams in North Carolina.. Welcome to the PBR Power 25.

The Power 25 is a high school team ranking that will come out every other week in the 2019 season.  The rankings are those of PBR, conducted and produced by North Carolina PBR Scouts.  The goal is to break down the top 25 teams from across North Carolina, regardless of their classification.

This is the 2nd release of the Power 25 and there is a shake-up at the top with a new No. 1 overall team.  We also see four teams make their Power 25 debut.  Below is the full Power 25 with key wins and losses for each team as well as their overall record and their record for the last two weeks.

*PBR administers and runs the NCBCA Coaches Poll as well.  The NCBCA Coaches Poll is voted on by HS coaches from across North Carolina.  PBR does not have a vote in the Coaches Poll.  PBR gathers information for the coaches and tallies the votes that are sent in to name the Top 10 teams in the NCHSAA's A, AA, AAA, and AAAA classifications.

 

PBR Power 25 - April 2, 2019

Rank School Record
1 New Hanover 9-0
2 Myers Park 12-0
3 Crest 11-0
4 Charlotte Christian 11-4
5 Green Hope 11-2
6 Ledford 13-0
7 Randleman 11-0
8 Davie 12-1
9 Jordan 13-0
10 Holly Springs 9-3
11 Asheville 11-0
12 Reagan 9-2
13 Ardrey Kell 12-2
14 Corinth Holders 8-3
15 Wesleyan Christian Academy 6-2
16 DH Conley 12-1
17 Providence 14-1
18 High Point Christian Academy 9-2
19 East Surry 11-1
20 North Pitt 13-0
21 Whiteville 8-1
22 Ashley 9-2
23 Terry Sanford 7-2
24 Rockingham County 10-1
25 Western Harnett 9-3

*Details on each of the Power 25 teams, including their record over the past two weeks, their previous rank, key wins and key loses is available to PBR+ members.  Log in or subscribe.


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