Video: Final Top 25 national baseball rankings
Argyle lands on top after compiling a 71-1-1 mark over past two seasons.
Silo (Okla.), holder of the nation's longest active winning streak and a pair of state championships, is the No. 1 team in the MaxPreps Small Schools national baseball rankings.
Silo went 33-0 in 2019 and also won its last seven games (including a state championship) in 2018 to give it a 40-game win streak heading into the 2010 season. Silo is one of four Oklahoma schools in the Top 25 small school rankings.
Silo edges out a pair of Louisiana teams for the top spot. Ouachita Christian, the Louisiana Division 4 state champion, is the No. 2 team in the rankings while Sterlington, the Class 3A state champion, is No. 3.
The small school rankings are based on the MaxPreps Computer rankings and include teams that play in state playoff divisions that include schools with less than 1,000 students. Teams are listed with their season record and their MaxPreps computer rating.
Small Schools National Baseball Rankings
1. Silo (Okla.), 33-0, 29.9
Oklahoma Class 2A state champion2. Ouachita Christian (Monroe, La.), 34-5, 28.8
Louisiana Division 4 state champion3. Sterlington (La.), 35-4, 27.5
Louisiana Class 3A state champion4. Center Moriches (N.Y.), 27-0, 27.0
New York Class B state champion5. Tattnall Square Academy (Macon, Ga.), 34-3 27.0
Georgia Class A Private state champion6. Wall (Texas), 39-1, 26.7
Texas Class 3A state champion7. Roff (Okla.), 28-3, 26.5
Oklahoma Class B state champion8. Park River/Fordville-Lankin (Park River, N.D.), 27-1, 25.3
North Dakota Class B state champion9. Stratford (Wis.), 21-2, 25.1
Wisconsin Division 3 state champion10. Colonel Richardson (Federalsburg, Md.), 24-0, 25.1
Maryland Class 1A state champion11. Providence Christian (Dothan, Ala.), 30-9, 24.5
Alabama Class 3A state champion12. Webster (Wis.), 22-0, 24.3
Wisconsin Division 4 state champion13. Austin Prep (Reading, Mass.), 20-2, 24.3
Massachusetts Class 3A No. 1 seed.14. Calhoun City (Miss.), 31-4, 24.1
Mississippi Class 2A state champion15. Pike County (Zebulon, Ga.), 34-4, 24.0
Georgia Class AAA state champion16. University (Greeley, Colo.), 27-2, 23.8
Colorado Class 3A state champion17. Long (Skipperville, Ala.), 37-6, 23.7
Alabama Class 2A state champion18. Pascack Hills (Montvale, N.J.), 29-3, 23.5
New Jersey Group 2 state champion19. North Pontotoc (Ecru, Miss.), 22-8, 23.4
Mississippi Class 3A state champion20. Atoka (Okla.), 30-5, 23.2
Oklahoma Class 3A state champion21. Teutopolis (Ill.), 28-8-1, 23.1
Illinois Class 2A state champion22. Lakeland Christian (Lakeland, Fla.), 24-5, 23.1
Florida Class 3A state champion23. Central Arkansas Christian (North Little Rock, Ark.), 20-4, 22.9
Arkansas Class 3A state runner-up24. Wright City (Okla.), 35-3, 22.7
Oklahoma Class 1A state champion25. Trinity Christian Academy (Jackson, Tenn.), 38-4, 22.6
Tennessee Class A state runner-up