Hillsborough Co. Baseball Round-up 3/1/18

Hillsborough Co. Baseball Round-up 2/23/18 

Leto 6, Chamberlain 2 

The Falcons pounded out 14 hits to win a district game against Chamberlain. Joshua Cruz, who is crushing the ball thus far, stayed hot with a two run homer for Leto and junior Christian Suarez improved to 2-0 on the year with an eight strikeout complete-game.

L 220 101 0 — | 6 | 14 | 0
C 000 200 0 — | 2 | 4 | 0
W – Suarez (2-0). L – Johnson (0-2). 2B – Santana (C). HR – Cruz (L). Records – L 3-0; C 0-5. 

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Cambridge Christian 8, Dixie Hollins 2 

Cambridge – Sevas Cardona 3-for-4, 2 RBI; Austin Carter 2-for-4, 2 RBI.

CC 030 301 1 — | 8 | 9 | 2
DH 000 000 2 — | 2 | 0 | 0
W – Krueger (1-0). Records – CC 4-1; DH 1-4.

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Gaither 15, Hillsborough 0 (five innings) 

For more on this game check out our friend 620WDAE’s Jay Recher’s blog by clicking here. 

G 541 05x x — | 15 | 16 | 0
H 000 00x x — | 0 | 2 | 1
W – Alvarez (1-0). L – Netolicky (0-2). 2B – Dubin, Williams, Lopez, Gutcher, Crum (G). HR – Crum, Jackson (G). Records – G 2-2; H 1-3.

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Freedom 2, Strawberry Crest 1

Freedom starting pitcher Mitchell Leroy struck out 10, allowing just one unearned run on two Strawberry Crest hits. Brendan Abel was 3-for-3, with a double and a run scored for the Patriots, and Jeremy Cranick and Andrew Wise had RBI.

SC 010 000 0 — | 1 | 2 | 1
F  000 110 0 — | 2 | 7 | 1
W – Leroy (1-0). 2B – Abel (F). Records – SC 2-2; F 2-3.

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Alonso 1, Newsome 0 

Alonso broke a pitcher’s duel draw, scoring the decider in the sixth inning on a passed ball. Senior Franco Aleman worked six innings with 10 K’s, allowing just one hit to earn his second win of the year. Jorge Oleaga

N 000 000 0 — | 0 | 2 | 0
A 000 001 x — | 1 | 5 | 0
W – Aleman (2-0). L – Stallings (0-1). S – Oleaga. 2B – Collazo (A). Records – N 2-1; A 4-0. 

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Lennard 14, Armwood 1

Yazael Nunez struck out 10, while scattering three hits to lead the Longhorns to a district win. Nunez was also 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI.

L 030 47x x — | 14 | 11 | 1
A 010 00x x — | 1 | 3 | 2
W – Nunez. L – Finan. Records – L 2-2; A 1-3.

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Wharton 3, Wiregrass Ranch 0 

Wildcats senior Duncan Pastore struck out a dozen, while allowing just three hits to keep Wharton undefeated and claim a district win. Pastore also went 2-for-2, with an RBI on offense.

W  300 000 0 — | 3 | 6 | 0
WR 000 000 0 — | 0 | 3 | 1
W – Pastore (2-0). Records – W 4-1; WR 2-2.

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Lakeland 5, Berkeley Prep 4 

BP 000 200 2 — | 4 | 6 | 1
L   111 101 x — | 5 | 9 | 2
2B – Hinchliff, Hines, Kurland (BP); Turner (L). HR – Jakob Hines (BP). Records – BP 2-2; L 2-3.

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Spoto 10, Blake 0 

B 000 000 x — | 0 | 3 | 5
S 303 031 x — | 10 | X | X
Records – B 0-4; S 1-3.

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Jesuit 21, Middleton 2 (five innings) 

J 12 20 07x x — | 21 | 17 | 2
M 100 10x x — | 2 | 1 | 4
W – Clark (1-0). 2B – Politz, Weaver, Brewer (J). HR – Carter Anderson (J). Records – J 2-1; M 0-3.

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Sickles 2, Steinbrenner 1

Sickles pitcher Dylan Eskew followed up his no-hitter last Thursday, by tossing a complete-game, 10-strikeout, three-hitter as the Gryphons defeated district opponent Steinbrenner for the first time in the two programs’ history. Eskew, a Miami verbal commit, also had a triple and an RBI in the win, and Trey Bacon drove in the other Gryphons run. Dylan Garcia doubled in the first and was driven in by Noah Luke for Steinbrenner in the first.

St 100 000 0 — | 1 | 3 | 0
Si 000 011 0 — | 2 | 3 | 1
W – Eskew (2-0). 2B – Garcia (Si). 3B – Eskew (Si). Records – St 2-2; Si 4-0.

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Plant 9, Bloomingdale 5 
Jefferson 5, Robinson 1 
Riverview 15, East Bay 0 
Braden River 18, Tampa Bay Tech 8
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