The Central Washington Athletic Conference (CWAC) standings for High School baseball features Ellensburg High School (EHS) at the top, with a record of 13-2 overall and 12-1 in conference play. Right behind EHS is Selah High School with an overall record of 13-2 as well. Selah is 11-2 in conference play, giving EHS the slight advantage.
EHS has five games left in the season, two this Saturday at home at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. against sixth-place Prosser High School. They then have one game against last-place Wapato High School on Tuesday, April 24 at home. They then finish the season in a doubleheader on the road on Saturday, April 28 against third-place team East Valley High School in Yakima.
EHS is outscoring their opponents this season by an average of eight runs. They are also leading the CWAC in average runs scored per game.
After winning last year's 2A State Championship 5-1 over W.F. West High School, EHS looks to repeat this year as champs. The postseason begins with the 2A CWAC Tournament to decide the winner of the conference May 2-12. The winner of that tournament advances to the state tournament and the second and third place team move onto the Glue Crossovers. Here, two CWAC teams will take on two Great Northern League (GNL) teams in the last chance to qualify for the state tournament. After that will be the 2A State Championships at the Yakima County Stadium on May 19-26.