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Sports with fans in attendance take place Monday as high school baseball gets underway in Iowa - HIGHSCORE
Sports with fans in attendance take place Monday as high school baseball gets underway in Iowa
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Christmas came early for high school sports fans in Iowa as baseball and softball players returned to the field Monday after a month-long delay due to the coronavirus.

Pleasant Valley defeated Assumption (Davenport) 3-2 in one of the first of 97 games scheduled on the opening day of the baseball season in Iowa and MaxPreps photographer Mandy McGlothlin was on hand for the action.
Pleasant Valley players take the field during the National Anthem.
Photos by Mandy McGlothlin
Pleasant Valley players take the field during the National Anthem.
Monday's contests mark the first games since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered many state basketball tournaments and spring sports schedules. Fans in Iowa, and no doubt across the land, can rejoice at the return of high school athletics.

Iowa, which plays a summer baseball season that normally starts in late May, is the first state to resume athletic competition at the high school level since the coronavirus shut down all high school play in mid-March. At least a hundred games are scheduled each day throughout the state for the coming week with most teams playing doubleheaders.

The regular season is going to be a short one with Iowa expected to begin postseason play on July 9 at the 1A level, July 11 for Class 2A and July 17 for Class 4A and 3A. State championship games are scheduled for Aug. 1.
Fans were permitted to attend the game at Assumption High School in Davenport.
Fans were permitted to attend the game at Assumption High School in Davenport.
A Pleasant Valley player watches his hit.
A Pleasant Valley player watches his hit.
Two Pleasant Valley players celebrate the victory.
Two Pleasant Valley players celebrate the victory.

HIGHSCORE/WBCA Players of the Week: January 25-31 - HIGHSCORE
MaxPreps/WBCA Players of the Week: January 25-31
The Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) has announced its High School Players of the Week presented by MaxPreps and Wilson Sporting Goods.

Player of the Week honors are awarded to a deserving student-athlete who demonstrated outstanding play in her respective region of the country. Head coaches submit nominations each week and the WBCA selects the individual based on stats that were submitted.

Here are this week's honorees:

Region 1:
3 Games Played
Points (per game): 15.0 Rebounds: 3.3 Steals: 7.0

Region 2:
3 Games Played
Points: 29.7 Rebounds: 18.3 Steals: 3.3

Region 3: 
2 Games Played
Points: 38.0 Rebounds: 16.5 Steals: 6.5

Region 4: 
3 Games Played:
Points: 33.0 Rebounds: 8.0 Steals: 8.6

Region 5: 
2 Games Played
Points: 32.0 Rebounds: 9.0 Steals: 2.5

Region 6: 
4 Games Played
Points: 25.8 Rebounds: 8.0 Steals: 2.5

Region 7: 
2 Games Played
Points: 27.0 Rebounds: 12.0 Steals: 2.5

Region 8:
1 Game Played
Points: 19.0 Rebounds: 5.0 Steals: 4.0

Region 9:
4 Games Played
Points: 34.8 Rebounds: 19.2 Steals: 3.0

To obtain a coach's login or for questions about our player of the week programs, please contact Aaron Hendricks (E-Mail: [email protected] Phone: (530)313-5158.
2020 World Series: Where the Dodgers and Rays played high school baseball - HIGHSCORE
2020 World Series: Where the Dodgers and Rays played high school baseball
When the first pitch is thrown in Game 1 of the World Series, it will mark a 2020 milestone — actually making it to the Fall Classic in a coronavirus-affected season. Through fanless games, COVID delays and what's proven to be a thrilling postseason to this point, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays have overcome a lot to be playing for the sport's ultimate prize.

The best-of-seven set begins Tuesday at Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers, in the first neutral site World Series.

The Dodgers seek their seventh World Series title, the first since 1988, while the Rays hope to hoist the trophy for the first time in their second Fall Classic appearance.

MaxPreps is breaking down the 28-man rosters for each club, plus managers, and where they played high school baseball. In an increasingly global game, we note where the international players grew up.

Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers' Game 1 starter, prepped at Highland Park in Dallas and played football for the Scots along with Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Facing off against Dodgers' ace is Tyler Glasnow, who was playing high school baseball in 2008 at Hart (Newhall, Calif.) as Kershaw broke into the majors.
Tyler Glasnow played high school baseball for Hart (Calif.) and will be the starter for the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 1 of the World Series.
File photo by Larry Gasinski
Tyler Glasnow played high school baseball for Hart (Calif.) and will be the starter for the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 1 of the World Series.
Los Angeles Dodgers

Manager

Pitchers
Pedro Baez, Dominican Republic
Walker Buehler, Henry Clay (Lexington, Ky.)
Dylan Floro, Buhach Colony (Atwater, Calif.)
Tony Gonsolin, Vacaville (Calif.)
Victor Gonzalez, Mexico
Brusdar Graterol, Venezuela
Kenley Jansen, Curacao
Joe Kelly, Corona (Calif.)
Clayton Kershaw, Highland Park (Dallas)
Adam Kolarek, Catonsville (Baltimore)
Dustin May, Northwest (Justin, Texas)
Jake McGee, Reed (Sparks, Nev.)
Blake Treinen, Osage City (Osage City, Kan.)
Julio Urias, Mexico
Alex Wood, Ardrey Kell (Charlotte, N.C.)

Position players
Austin Barnes, Poly (Riverside, Calif.)
Matt Beaty, Dresden (Tenn.)
Cody Bellinger, Hamilton (Chandler, Ariz.)
Mookie Betts, Overton (Nashville, Tenn.)
Kike Hernandez, Puerto Rico
Max Muncy, Keller (Texas)
Joc Pederson, Palo Alto (Calif.)
AJ Pollock, RHAM (Hebron, Conn.)
Edwin Rios, Puerto Rico
Corey Seager, Northwest Cabarrus (Concord, N.C.)
Will Smith, Kentucky Country Day (Louisville, Ky.)
Chris Taylor, Cox (Virginia Beach, Va.)
Justin Turner, Mayfair (Lakewood, Calif.)

Tampa Bay Rays

Manager

Pitchers
Nick Anderson, Brainerd (Minn.)
Diego Castillo, Domincan Republic
John Curtiss, Carroll (Southlake, Texas)
Pete Fairbanks, Webster Groves (Mo.)
Josh Fleming, Columbia Independent (Columbia, Mo.)
Tyler Glasnow, Hart (Newhall, Calif.)
Aaron Loup, Hahnville (Boutte, La.)
Shane McClanahan, Cape Coral (Fla.)
Charlie Morton, Joel Barlow (Redding, Conn.)
Ryan Sherriff, Culver City (Calif.)
Blake Snell, Shorewood (Shoreline, Wash.)
Ryan Thompson, Cascade (Turner, Ore.)
Ryan Yarbrough, All Saints' Academy (Winter Haven, Fla.)

Position players

Willy Adames, Dominican Republic
Randy Arozarena, Cuba
Mike Brosseau, Andrean (Merrillville, Ind.)
Ji-Man Choi, South Korea
Yandy Diaz, Cuba
Kevin Kiermaier, Fort Wayne Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Brandon Lowe, Nansemond River (Suffolk, Va.)
Manuel Margot, Dominican Republic
Austin Meadows, Grayson (Loganville, Ga.)
Michael Perez, Puerto Rico
Brett Phillips, Seminole (Seminole, Fla.)
Hunter Renfroe, Copiah Academy (Gallman, Miss.)
Yoshi Tsutsugo, Japan
Joey Wendle, Avon Grove (West Grove, Pa.)
Mike Zunino, Mariner (Cape Coral, Fla.)
High school baseball: Teams with the most state championships - HIGHSCORE
High school baseball: Teams with the most state championships
It's been 34 seasons since Tucson won an Arizona state baseball championship, and the Badgers have won only won four since 1957. Yet, Tucson has heads MaxPreps list of teams with the most high school baseball championships.

The Badgers won their first state title in 1912, but the greatest stretch of sustained excellence for Tucson came between 1939 and 1956. During that 18-year period, Tucson won 15 state crowns, including eight in a row from 1939 to 1946. The greatest Tucson team, however, might be the 1972 team that went 25-0. Tucson has rebounded to appear in the Class 5A state finals in 2018 and 2019, finishing as the runner-up each time.

Woodrow Wilson (Washington, D.C.) is closing in on Tucson and might have tied the Badgers by now if not for COVID. Wilson has won every DCIAA championship since 1993 and it would have been the favorite in 2020 and 2021. Wilson plays in an association with just 15 schools.

Asher (Okla.) is one of three schools tied with 22 state championships. That total is actually a bit misleading since Asher has won a total of 45 baseball championships. However only 22 of them have come in the spring. With no football program, Asher also plays baseball in the fall and has racked up 23 championships during that season as well.

Other teams with 22 championships include Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, R.I.) and Jackson Prep (Miss.).

The championships listed are based on information found on state association websites. Not all state websites had complete lists of past champions. MaxPreps also included independent and private school championships, including TAPPS in Texas, the MAIS in Mississippi and the NCISAA in North Carolina.

Past champion lists were unavailable for AISA in Alabama, the SCISA in South Carolina and the VISAA in Virginia. California is not included because it does not hold state championships in baseball (although a few championships seasons were held in the 1920s.). The Inter-AC in Pennsylvania is also not included, although Penn Charter holds the record there with 46 championships dating back to the late 1800s. Corrections or additions, please contact Kevin Askeland at [email protected]
Bingham celebrates its 2013 Utah state title, one of 21 won by the school.
File photo by Christian Wininger
Bingham celebrates its 2013 Utah state title, one of 21 won by the school.
Schools with most baseball state titles

1.   29 — Tucson High Magnet School (Tucson, Ariz.)
2.   27 — Wilson (Washington, D.C.)
3.   22 — Asher (Okla.)
3.   22 — Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, R.I.)
3.   22 — Jackson Prep (Jackson, Miss.)
6.   21 — Bingham (South Jordan, Utah)
7.   20 — Gloucester Catholic (Gloucester City, N.J.)
7.   20 — Jesuit (New Orleans, La.)
7.   20 — Norway (Iowa), closed 1991, now Benton (Van Horne, Iowa)
10. 19 — DeSales (Walla Walla, Wash.)
10. 19 — St. Mary's-Colgan (Pittsburg, Kan.)
12. 17 — Eunice (N.M.)
12. 17 — Northfield (Vt.)
14. 16 — Long (Skipperville, Ala.)
14. 16 — St. David (Ariz.)
16. 15 — Bamberg-Ehrhardt (Bamberg, S.C.)
16. 15 — Charlotte Christian (Charlotte, N.C.)
16. 15 — Silver Lake (Kan.)
19. 14 — Bangor (Maine)
19. 14 — Farmington (N.M.)
19. 14 — Proctor (Vt.)
19. 14 — Punahou (Honolulu)
19. 14 — St. Mark's (Wilmington, Del.)
24. 13 — Christian Brothers (Memphis, Tenn.)
24. 13 — Hicks (Leesville, La.)
24. 13 — Owasso (Okla.)
24. 13 — West Lauderdale (Collinsville, Miss.)
24. 13 — Winooski (Vt.)

12 state championships
Assumption (Davenport, Iowa)
Burlington (Vt.)
Creighton Prep (Omaha, Neb.)
Deering (Portland, Maine)
Elder (Cincinnati)
Jefferson (Shenandoah Junction, W. Va.)
Lewiston (Idaho)
Nashua South (Nashua, N.H.)
Pitkin (La.)
Portsmouth (N.H.)

11 state championships
Bishop Ward (Kansas City, Kan.)
Byng (Ada, Okla.)
Carlsbad (N.M.)
Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul, Minn.)
Dale (Okla.)
Davenport Central (Davenport, Iowa)
Eaton (Colo.)
Enterprise (Utah)
Kee (Lansing, Iowa)
Key West (Fla.)
Oak Grove (Hattiesburg, Miss.)
Tottenville (Staten Island, N.Y.)
St. Pius X (Albuquerque)
Waterford (Conn.)
Westminster Christian (Miami)

10 state championships
Albuquerque (N.M.)
Arundel (Gambrills, Md.)
Barbe (Lake Charles, La.)
Bishop England (Charleston, S.C.)
Brattleboro (Vt.)
Cape Elizabeth (Maine)
Churchill County (Fallon, Nev.)
Farragut (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Gastonia (N.C.)
Lincoln County (Panaca, Nev.)
Parkview Baptist (Baton Rouge, La.)
Pine Bluff (Ark.)
Poly Prep Country Day (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
Revere (Ovid, Colo.)
St. Paul (Shiner, Texas)
Silo (Okla.)
Sweet Water (Ala.)
Taylorsville (Utah)
Greatest female high school coaches from all 50 states - HIGHSCORE
Greatest female high school coaches from all 50 states
March is Women's History Month and MaxPreps is recognizing the top female high school coaches of all-time in every state.

Many of the coaches, such as Leta Andrews, Julie Gordon and Jodi Manore, rank among the all-time winningest coaches in the nation, in their sport or in their state.
Sister Lynn Winsor (back left) poses with her Xavier College Prep golf team in 2015. She has more than 500 career wins in her career.
File photo by Mark Jones
Sister Lynn Winsor (back left) poses with her Xavier College Prep golf team in 2015. She has more than 500 career wins in her career.
Alabama
Julie Gordon | Montgomery Academy (Montgomery) | volleyball

With over 2,100 career wins in four sports, Gordon ranks as the winningest female coach of all-time. She has 1,454 career wins in volleyball and ranks as the state's all-time leader in that sport.

Alaska
Donna Dooley | Dimond (Anchorage) | volleyball

A member of the Alaska Hall of Fame, Dooley ignited the Lynx volleyball dynasty as she won three state championships and led them to five straight state championship finals.

Arizona
Sister Lynn Winsor | Xavier College Prep (Phoenix) | golf

She has over 500 career wins, 25 losses and 37 state championships in nearly 45 years as the Gators' coach.

Arkansas
Barbara Gilliam | Drew Central (Monticello) | girls basketball

Ranks as the state's winningest female basketball coach with a record of 730-274 in 32 seasons with the Pirates.

California
Daelea Aldrich | Mira Costa (Manhattan Beach) | volleyball

One of the greatest winning percentages in volleyball history with a record of 668-76 and six state championships during her 25-year career.

Colorado
Laurice Hunter
| Evergreen | volleyball
Won nine state volleyball championships at Evergreen and compiled a record of 483-72. She also had a team that won 184 straight matches.

Connecticut
Jean Hunt
| Farmington | girls basketball
A coaching pioneer in Connecticut, getting her start in the 1970s. She led teams in three different sports to a total of 10 undefeated seasons and a total of 500 career wins.

Delaware
Karen Kohn
| DuPont (Wilmington) | field hockey/girls basketball
Excelled as a field hockey and girls basketball coach for nearly three decades. She had a record of 227-86 in basketball with a state championship and a record of 202-69 with two state championships in field hockey.

Florida
Louise Crocco
| Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) | volleyball
The all-time leader in volleyball wins in Florida with 1,132 and just 113 losses. She also coached girls basketball and softball and had 1,452 career wins in the three sports.

Georgia
Marcia Ward
| Westminster (Atlanta) | volleyball
Ranks among the state's all-time wins leaders in volleyball with 844 to go with just 180 losses. Her teams won a total of five state championships.

Hawaii
Doris Hakman
| Punahou (Honolulu) | girls tennis
A part of the Punahou girls tennis dynasty, Hakman helped the Buff'n Blue win eight straight state championships between 1966 and 1972.

Idaho
Launa Moser
| Preston | volleyball
Coached 41 seasons and led her teams to 19 state volleyball tournaments with a total of five state championships. She compiled a career winning percentage of .830.

Illinois
Dorothy Gaters
| Chicago Marshall | girls basketball
Has a record of 1,133 wins and 206 losses in her 44-year career at Marshall. Her teams have won 10 state championships and she is a member of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.

Indiana
Jean Kesterson
| Cathedral (Indianapolis) | volleyball
A member of the American Volleyball Coaches Hall of Fame and the Indiana Coaches Hall of Fame, Kesterson won eight state championships with Cathedral.

Iowa
Eavon Woodin
| Waverly-Shell Rock (Waverly) | volleyball
No one has won more games as a volleyball coach in Iowa than Woodin, who won 1,069 games in her career. She has a career record of 1,069-294-49.

Kansas
Gwen Pike
| Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission) | volleyball
Set the state record for career coaching wins in volleyball at 1,224-239. She's led her team to 21 state championships.

Kentucky
Donna Moir
| Sacred Heart (Louisville) | girls basketball
Named the national Coach of the Year by the NFHS in 2020, Moir ranks fifth all-time in Kentucky in wins with 683. She has also won three state championships from 2002 to 2004.

Louisiana
Edna Tarbutton
| Baskin | girls basketball
Tarbutton led Baskin to 218 straight wins during the 1940s — the longest win streak in high school girls basketball history. She also led Baskin on a 71-game win streak to give the team a record of 289-1. She finished her career with 654-236 with nine state championships, including eight in a row.

Maine
Meredith Messer
| Camden Hills (Rockport) | girls soccer
In 24 seasons, Messer led the Windjammers to 263 wins, including 69 in a row at one point. She was named the National Soccer Coach of the Year in 2019 by the NFHS.

Maryland
Lillian Shelton
| Severna Park (Md.) | field hockey
Ranks as one of the winningest field hockey coaches of all-time. She posted a record of 544-60-10 over the course of 40 years. She led the Falcons to 20 state championships.

Massachusetts
Vi Goodnow
| Frontier Regional (South Deerfield) | field hockey/girls basketball
Coached for 44 seasons and over 1,500 career games, winning 84 percent of them. She won 633 games in basketball and 478 in field hockey. The Western Massachusetts award to the top girls basketball Player of the Year is named in her honor.

Michigan
Jodi Manore
| Bedford (Temperance) | volleyball
No coach has won more games in one sport than Manore, who has 2,099 victories in close to 40 years at Bedford.

Minnesota
Wendy Kohler
| Alexandria | girls basketball
Spent over 33 years with the Cardinals and is a member of the Minnesota Girls Coaches Hall of Fame. She won 579 games as a basketball coach, the most ever by a female coach in the state.

Mississippi
Lucy Seaberry
| East Side (Cleveland, Miss.) | girls basketball
One of the few coaches with over 800 wins in Mississippi history, she had 809 between 1968 and 2001. She was the state coach of the year in 1995 when she won a state championship with a 35-2 record.

Missouri
Lori Hanaway
| Lee's Summit | volleyball
The second-winningest coach in Missouri volleyball history, Hanaway had 749 wins with eight state championships through 27 seasons when she was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame.

Montana
Vicki Brown
| Hellgate (Missoula) | girls basketball/volleyball
A Hall of Fame coach in Montana where she guided the Knights' girls volleyball and basketball teams for over 20 years. She won a state title in volleyball and was twice named state Coach of theYear.

Nebraska
Sharon Zavala
| Grand Island Central Catholic (Grand Island) | volleyball
The all-time winningest volleyball coach in Nebraska, Zavala had 921 victories in her 40-year career. Her teams won nine state championships and finished second eight times.

Nevada
Karen Weitz
| Centennial (Las Vegas) | girls basketball
Weitz has produced one of the top programs on the West Coast as Centennial has won 12 state championships and posted a 673-84 record during her 25 seasons at the helm.

New Hampshire
Marge Fisk
| Dover | girls basketball
Coaching girls basketball during the 1970s and early 1980s, Fisk became a Hall of Fame coach, winning multiple state championships during her tenure.

New Jersey
Danyle Heilig
| Eastern (Voorhees, N.J.) | field hockey
Heilig's field hockey teams dominated for 20 years posting a record of 527-16-10 with 21 state championships.

New Mexico
Flo Valdez
| Roswell | volleyball
Had a great career in two different states as she won a combined 1,100 matches as a volleyball coach at Roswell and in Texas at El Paso.

New York
Sally Kus
| Sweet Home (Amherst) | volleyball
Kus led the Panthers on one of the longest winning streaks in high school history with 292 wins over a 10-year period. Under Kus, Sweet Home was recognized by Volleyball Magazine as the nation's greatest high school program in the sports' first 100 years. Kus had a career record of 792 wins and 29 losses.

North Carolina
Ann Harris
| Jordan (Durham) | volleyball
With a career winning percentage of .940, Harris ranks as one of the most successful volleyball coaches in North Carolina history. Her Falcon teams won six state championships, including four in a row.

North Dakota
Kathy Aspaas
| Minot | swimming
During her 45 seasons as a swimming coach at Minot and later Century (Bismarck), Aspaas won a total of 28 state championships.

Ohio
Mary Jo Huisman
| Mother of Mercy (Cincinnati) | girls basketball
Huisman spent most of her career at Mother of Mercy, but she got her 700th win in 2020 while at Talawanda. She ranks second in Ohio girls basketball history with 707 all-time wins.

Oklahoma
Bertha Teague
| Byng | girls basketball
Finished her career as the nation's winningest girls basketball coach. In 43 years at Byng, Teague had a record of 1,157-115 with seven state championships.

Oregon
Teresa Zimmerle
| Jesuit (Portland) | volleyball
No female volleyball coach has won more games than Zimmerle, who has 481 wins and 58 losses in 27 seasons at Jesuit. She's also won seven state titles including the last two in 2018 and 2019.

Pennsylvania
Sheron Watson
| Norwich | volleyball
Posted a winning percentage of .9683 with a record of 642-21 as one of the nation's best volleyball coaches. She led Norwich to 12 state championships and 13 straight WPIAL titles.

Rhode Island
Cindy Neal | Smithfield (Esmond) | girls basketball
Neal coached basketball and track for close to 30 years at Smithfield and was an athletic director for an additional 20 years. She is a member of the RIIL Hall of Fame and was the girls basketball director for the RIIL following her retirement.

South Carolina
Paula Kirkland | Dorman (Roebuck) | volleyball
Coaching for nearly 40 years, Kirkland has won more volleyball matches than any South Carolina coach. Following the 2020 season, Kirkland had a career record of 999-157-5 with 13 state championships.

South Dakota
Lolly Forseth
| Lincoln (Sioux Falls) | gymnastics
Involved in gymnastics for 40 years, Forseth was the first female inducted into the South Dakota High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. She coached two different schools to a total of 11 state titles. Her teams had a record of 154-9.

Tennessee
Barbara Campbell
| Brentwood | volleyball
Campbell ranks No. 3 in career wins in high school volleyball with 1,765. Campbell, who recently announced her retirement, also won 16 state championships.

Texas
Leta Andrews
| Granbury | girls basketball
No basketball coach, male or female, has won more games than Andrews, with a 1,416-355 record. She reached the state Final Four tournament 16 times with a state championship in 1990.

Utah
Carol Benson
| Ogden | tennis
A Hall of Fame tennis coach, Benson led Ogden to 17 state championships between 1979 and 1998.

Vermont
Mona Garone
| Bradford | girls basketball
Garone won over 500 games in her career at Bradford, making the Final Four 31 times and winning 10 state championships. She also won three state championships in field hockey while at Oxbow.

Virginia
Marie Crump
| Powhatan | softball
A member of the Virginia High School Hall of Fame, Crump won five state championships in softball and is the state's career wins leader with over 700.

Washington
Nola Ayres
| Sehome (Bellingham) | gymnastics
Ayres' lost just one match in her coaching career, winning 26 league titles and 22 state championships with one of the nation's top gymnastics programs.

West Virginia
Shirley Brown
| Woodrow Wilson (Beckley) | volleyball
Brown is one of the winningest coaches in West Virginia history, capturing over 1,300 wins during her tenure with a pair of state championships.

Wisconsin
Betty Lange
| Newman (Wausau) | volleyball
Lange has been one of the most successful volleyball coaches in the state over the past decade, winning four consecutive state Division 4 titles between 2013-16.

Wyoming
Wendy Schuler
| Evanston | girls basketball
A four-time state coach of the year, Schuler has a career .730 winning percentage in basketball while at Evanston. She coached 30 years, winning eight regional championships.