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1. PALM HARBOR UNIVERSITY (10-2): Since losing twice last month, the Hurricanes have been on a tear and are waiting for the season finale against Countryside to determine which team represents the north in the Pinellas County Athletic Conference championship.
2. COUNTRYSIDE (10-3): Against their Class 6A, District 7 counterparts, the Cougars have started slow, going 4-3. Against county opponents, however, they have rolled, winning their past three by a combined 36-0.
3. ST. PETERSBURG CATHOLIC (7-1-1): Led by the pitching of Deanna Henriott, the Barons are off to one of their best starts, highlighted by a tie against Seminole in a tournament last month. SPC's first loss came last week against district rival Academy of the Holy Names.
4. SEMINOLE (11-4-1): Much like PHU and Countryside, the Warhawks overcame a slow start and are back to their winning ways, but they have some catching up to do to play in the PCAC championship.
5. EAST LAKE (12-6): The Eagles have a potent offense and strong pitching. Now they just need to put it together after an uneven first half of the season. They can start with Friday's game against Countryside.
6. NORTHEAST (8-3): Always a force in south county, the Vikings are going at their usual pace, relying on the pitching of Dani Seibert.
7. BOCA CIEGA (10-6): Beat Seminole for the first time in nearly 10 years last month. To prove it wasn't a fluke, the Pirates did it again on Tuesday.