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High school baseball state rankings: Hayfield still No. 1; Byron rising, Mayo receiving votes

Mayo, John Marshall boys baseball
Mayo’s Kasey Carlson (25) throws a pitch during a baseball game against John Marshall on Thursday, April 28, 2022, at Mayo Field in Rochester.
Traci Westcott / Post Bulletin

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL RANKINGS

Rankings are compiled by the Minnesota Baseball Coaches' Association on voting provided by section reps.

CLASS A

1. Hayfield

2. New York Mills

3. KMS

4. Randolph

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5. Ashby

6. Springfield

7. South Ridge

8. New Ulm Cathedral

9. Southland

10. Upsala-Swanville

CLASS AA

1. Foley

2. Fairmont

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3. Perham

4. Watertown-Mayer

5. Glencoe-Silver Lake

6. SW Christian

7. Chatfield

8. Annandale

9. Wadena-Deer Creek

10. Paynesville

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Receiving Votes: Plainview-Elgin-Millville, Lourdes, La Crescent-Hokah

CLASS AAA

1. Mahtomedi

2. Mankato West

3. Willmar

4. St. Thomas Academy

5. Byron

6. Benilde-St. Margaret's

7. Rocori

8. Holy Angels

9. Hutchinson

10. Grand Rapids

CLASS AAAA

1. Farmington

2. St. Michael-Albertville

3. Stillwater

4. Maple Grove

5. Mounds View

6. Woodbury

7. Hopkins

8. Blaine

9. Wayzata

10. Chaska

Receiving Votes: Mayo

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