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With the postseason under way for softball in Texas, MaxPreps looks that the 10 most difficult strength of schedules in the state out of 1,155 schools.Clear Springs (League City), 17.0
The Chargers (9-11) have played the toughest schedule in the state by far this season. They downed top-ranked Deer Park, but fell twice to Alvin and once to Ridge Point (Missouri City). Dawson (Pearland), 15.8
The Eagles (8-7) were ousted from the playoffs after losing twice to No. 7 Atascocita (Humble). Dawson went 2-1 against No. 18 this season and fell to top-5 ranked Carroll (Corpus Christi).Angleton, 15.3
The Wildcats (14-7) boasted one of the toughest schedules in the state this season thanks in part to facing Katy, Foster (Richmond), twice, and a season-ending loss to Dripping Springs. Angleton went 2-2 against top-20 teams.College Park (The Woodlands), 15.2
The Cavaliers had a rough year in the win column; they can look no further than a difficult schedule as part of the reason. College Park lost to intracity rival The Woodlands twice and Keller.Boyd (McKinney), 15.2
The Broncos (1-13) dropped games to top-25 teams North Lamar (Paris), Plano and Plano East (Plano).Lufkin, 15.1
The Panthers (12-10-1) beat top-25 teams Dripping Springs, The Woodlands, Timber Creek (Fort Worth) and tied Keller. Lufkin also lost to top teams Alvin and The Woodlands.La Porte, 15.0
The Bulldogs (4-20) may have won just four games this year, but four of those defeats came at the hands of top-six schools Deer Park and season-ending losses to Kingwood.Friendswood, 15.0
The Mustangs (19-14) didn't sport the best record, but they played a lot of great teams tough. They lost five games to top-eight teams, dropping games two games to both Kingwood and top-ranked Katy, and dropping one contest to Foster (Richmond).Brazoswood (Clute), 14.8
The Buccaneers (15-9) took on four top-20 teams in Katy, Kingwood, Atascocita (Humble), The Woodlands and Dripping Springs. McKinney, 14.4
The Lions (6-7) downed Plano East this season, but lost to North Lamar (Paris).