Hillsborough Co. Baseball Round-up 2/27/18


Hillsborough Co. Baseball Round-up 2/27/18


Cambridge Chr 6, Seven Rivers Chr 5
Cambridge Christian capped Ethan McCoy’s first career save turning a 4-6-3 double-play to end the game in a win on the road. Nick Kaul went 3-for-4, with a double and three RBI to lead the Lancers’ offense; Tilden Agee was also 3-for-4 with a double, while Jonah Rawls and Austin Hessinger each had two hits in the win.

C
000
411 0

6
13
1
S
200
020 1

5
11
-
W McCarty (2-0). L – Phillips (0-1). S – McCoy (1). 2B – Agee, Kaul (C); Pillsbury (S). Records— C 3-1; S 0-1.

Alonso 8, Hillsborough 0
Seven Alonso pitchers saw action in the win, striking out 13 Hillsborough batters, while senior Nick Gonzalez had a double, drove in a run, scored three times and stole a base for the Ravens.

A
340
100 0

8
10
0
H
000
000 0

0
4
4
W Daley (1-0). L – Gundersen. 2B – Gonzalez, Montes, Villalta (A); Doston (H). Records – A 3-0; H 1-2.

Plant City 5, Brandon 1
Raiders senior TJ Gayner followed up his perfect game in last week’s opener with another strong outing on the mound, working 4 2/3 innings and allowing one run, on just two hits.
PC
002
030 0

5
7
1
B
000
100 0

1
4
5
W – Gayner (2-0). Records – PC 3-0; B 1-1.

Steinbrenner 5, Freedom 4 (eight innings)
Steinbrenner junior Jesse O’Rorke’s ground ball single through short gave the Warriors a walk-off win in extras to defeat Freedom. Jordan Lala was 3-for-4 for the Warriors, while O’Rorke finished the game 2-for-2 with two runs scored and Donovan Garcia and Justin Turk also drove in a run apiece.

F
003
000 1
0

4
7
0
S
301
000 0
1

5
11
1
2B – Lala 2 (S). Records F 1-3; S 2-1.

Durant 4, Strawberry Crest 1
D
000
301 0

4
6
1
SC
010
000 0

1
6
1
W - Woodmansee (1-0). L – Manderscheid (0-1). S - Brown (1). Records – D 3-0; SC 2-1.

Wharton 17, Chamberlain 3 (four innings)
W
375
2xx x

17
11
1
C
300
0xx x

3
4
1
W – Allen (1-0). Records – W 3-0; C 0-4.

Robinson 7, Lennard 6
R
020
320 0

7
0
0
L
203
001 0

6
0
0
Armwood 11, Blake 1 (five innings)
B
010
00x x

1
4
2
A
001
46x x

11
10
0
W – Lawrence (1-0). L – Mirza. 2B – Quinones, Tate, Castelli (A). Records – B 0-3; A 1-2.

Newsome 19, Middleton 0 (five innings)
M
000
000 0

0
0
6
N
000
000 0

19
10
0
W— Carpenter (1-0). 2B – Tomich (N). Records— M 0-3; N 2-0.

Tampa Catholic 9, Brooks DeBartolo 3
B
010
100 0

3
-
-
TC
012
015 x

9
4
2
W – Cuesta (1-0). 2B – Kandell (TC). Records – B 1-2; TC 3-0.

Calvary Christian 4, Clearwater Central Cath 2
CCC
000
100 1

2
5
2
Cal
002
101 x

4
6
0
W— Hudi (2-0). L – Reagan. 2B – (CCC); Nelson (Cal). 3B – Wright(CCC). Records – CCC 1-3; Cal 3-0.


J
101
100 0

3
5
1
P
100
001 0

2
0
0

W Dominguez (1-1). S – Martin (1). 2B – Mathis (J). HR – Welch (J). Records – J 2-1; P 2-1.

Braden River 15, Tampa Bay Tech 5 (six innings)

Bayshore Chr 4, Keswick Chr 1

Boxscores from Monday Night Games

Seffner Christian 11, Bradenton Inspiration Academy 6
IA
500
010 0

6
6
5
SC
027
101 x

11
10
3
W – Wellen (1-1). L – Combs. 2B – Berens, Gilbert, Peeler (SC). Records – IA 1-2; S 2-1.

Citrus Park Christian 8, Bayshore Christian 6
BC
100
130 1

6
-
-
CP
320
012 x

8
12
6
W Strom (1-0). 2B – Strom, Zarzuala, Nobles (CP). Records – BC 2-1; CP 1-2.

St. Pete Canterbury 11, Bell Creek 1 (five innings)
BC
000
01x x

1
0
0
Can
009
11x x

11
0
0
W – Haugabook (1-1). 2B – Fuller (Can). 3B – Dobbs (Can). Records – BC 2-2; Can 2-1.

Bishop McLaughlin 8, Wiregrass Ranch 1
Bishop McLaughlin senior pitcher Preston Perez struck out six, allowing just one run over five innings to pick up his first win of the season. Senior Cam Diaz was 2-for-4, with a double, two runs scored and an RBI, sophomore Adam Berry went 2-for-3, with 3 RBI, and junior Shafer Magee had a pair of hits, a run scored and an RBI for the Hurricanes on offense.

WR
000
100 0

1
0
0
BM
004
130 0

8
0
0
W – Perez (1-0). 2B – Diaz (BM). Records – WR 2-1; BM 3-0.
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