The spring high school sports season has been canceled, but baseball teams across the state were still prepared to play.

Here are Scorebook Live’s 2020 Top 10 rankings for Class 4A Washington high school baseball. Our class-by-class Washington baseball rankings are typically released every Monday throughout the season. With spring sports canceled due to the coronavirus, these will be our only 4A baseball rankings of the 2020 season.

2020 RANKINGS: CLASS 4A | CLASS 3A | CLASS 2A | CLASS 1A | CLASS 2B | CLASS 1B

2020 CLASS 4A BASEBALL TOP 10

The rankings were compiled by SB Live Washington reporter Andy Buhler.

1. Puyallup

Senior Evan Scavotto, a Portland commit, was one of many college pledges on an uber-talented Vikings roster.

2. Skyline

Washington commit Cole Fontenelle (SS) headlined a lineup littered with next-level talent.

3. Camas

Talent-laden, senior-heavy Papermakers were led by Seattle U commit Riley Sinclair on the mound and the big bat of MLB draft prospect Tyler Forner.

4. Issaquah

In what could have been hall of fame coach Rob Reese’s last year, Issaquah brought at least 10 players back from a team that finished third last season.

5. Skyview

Despite losing 4A GSHL MVP Ryan Pitts, along with most of its starting infield, the Storm boasted depth on the mound and, among others, Washington State commit   Cooper Barnum.

6. Moses Lake

The defending state champs brought back five starters, headlined by returning all-state selection and Division I prospect Dax Lindgren. 

7. Olympia

Despite losing last year’s 4A SPSL pitching MVP to injury, the Bears brought back four arms above 82 miles per hour, and nine seniors from the team that made the program’s first 4A title title appearance.

8. Wenatchee

With righty and Oregon commit Jared Rubash leading the way, could Wenatchee have regained the top spot in the Big 9?

9. Central Valley

All-league first baseman Kyle Parkman returned, as well as Boise State commit Matt Gabbert and most of the Bears’ pitching.

10. Curtis

A young core is a year older, headlined by shortstop Kyle Russell, a Washington State signee who one opposing coach said is “as good a shortstop as I’ve seen in high school.”

Other teams in the conversation: Mount Si, Federal Way, Tahoma, Gonzaga Prep, Todd Beamer, Federal Way, Monroe, Issaquah, Richland, Inglemoor, Union.

Statewide High School Sports Reporter at SBLive | andy@scorebooklive.com

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