Unbeatens Hazleton Area and Riverside added two more wins each to hold on to the No. 1 spots, but there is movement below them in the Riverfront Sports Super Six Baseball Power Rankings of District 2 teams.
Four Wyoming Valley Conference teams made moves in the rankings that were released Monday morning. Dallas, Lake-Lehman and Nanticoke climbed in the rankings while Wyoming Valley West joined them for the first time.
Lackawanna League Division 2 rivals North Pocono and Wallenpaupack held down the second and third Big School positions behind Hazleton Area.
Dallas won two of three games to move up one spot to fourth while Wyoming Valley West jumped into the rankings in fifth.
Abington Heights fell from fourth to sixth after losing twice Saturday and West Scranton dropped out of the rankings.
Lake-Lehman posted a pair of shutouts, its second and third straight, to move into second behind Riverside among Small Schools. The Black Knights have clinched at least a tie for first place in Wyoming Valley Conference Division 2.
Holy Redeemer slips from second to third.
Nanticoke move up from fifth to fourth after handing Holy Redeemer one of its two losses during the week.
Lakeland falls from fourth to fifth following a loss to No. 6 Western Wayne.
The full baseball rankings, with previous rankings and records:
RIVERFRONT SPORTS SUPER SIX BASEBALL POWER RANKINGS
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