813Preps Baseball Round-Up 3/12/19



Leto players stand for the National Anthem prior to the Falcons game at Hillsborough on Tuesday. 
Tampa Prep 2, Calvary Chr 0

To take down a team that hadn't lost a regular season game in more than two years, everything had to go right, and according to Tampa Prep head coach AJ Hendrix the Terrapins showing on the road at district opponent Calvary Christian was about as close to perfect as can be expected.

“It took a near perfect game from us to get it done,” Hendrix said. “We hustled the whole game, and in the end took advantage when we were given the chance.”

Tampa Prep senior Gilbert Marquis may be batting in this
file photo, but he led the way on the mound for the Terrapins
in a complete-game win over Calvary Christian.
Senior Gilbert Marquis gave his team everything he had, literally pitching to the high school limit of pitches to finish off the complete-game shutout, allowing just three hits and striking out four. 

“Gilbert battled the whole way for us,” Hendrix said. “He’s a guy who has been committed to this program for four years and this was him all the way tonight. He went 105 pitches, which was the limit and pitched a great game for us.”

Backing him up the Terrapins got some solid defense from catch Charlie Vari, who has been a battery-mate with Marquis since middle school and Hendrix said is the team's "general on the field," and solid play from shortstop Lucas Harman, including a great stop up the middle early in the game. 

Harman also keyed the seventh inning heroics, legging out a ball with two outs and forcing a bad throw to allow the deciding run to score and added some insurance stealing second and then drawing another bad throw, scoring the second run. 

The Terrapins faced all three of Calvary Christian's NCAA Division I committed pitchers as Liberty signee Josh Emerson held Tampa Prep hitless through three, Penn State commit Brayden Halladay allowed just three hits, before TCU signee Nolan Hudi took the tough loss on two unearned runs. 

“To do it against their top three guys on the mound that’s pretty special,” Hendrix said. “It was definitely a great night for the Terps!”

TP 000 000 2 — | 2 | 4 | 1
CC 000 000 0 — | 0 | 3 | 3

W – Marquis (2-0). L – Hudi (2-1). 2B – Speights (CC). Records – TP 3-4; CC 4-1.

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Sickles 3, Plant 0 

Read about Sickles Class 8A-5 win by clicking here.
P 000 000 0 — | 0 | 1 | 3
S 101 001 x — | 3 | 3 | 1

W – Eskew (3-0). L – Coker. S – Bacon (1).  Records – P 5-1; S 5-1.

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Leto 4, Hillsborough 3

For a complete breakdown of this game, click here.
L 102 100 0 — | 4 | 11 | 1
H 001 002 0 — | 3 | 6 | 0

W – Suarez (3-0). L – Jones (0-0). 2B – Gutierrez (L); Bincarousky (H). Records – L 5-1; H 2-3.

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Steinbrenner 3, Gaither 1

Senior Bryce Leonhardt worked six innings on the mound for the Warriors, allowing just one run, on four hits and struck out seven as Steinbrenner defeated Gaither. Tommy Malouf (double) and Michael Mullins were 2-for-4 with a run scored each, a Garrett Reynolds had an RBI. For Gaither, Derek Crum had a double and an RBI.

S 020 100 0 — | 3 | 7 | 0
G 001 000 0 — | 1 | 4 | 1

W – Leonhardt (1-2). L – Grause (1-1). S – Reynolds (1). 2B – Malouf (S); Crum (G). Records – S 3-2; G 2-2.

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Newsome SP Cole Stallings

Newsome 11, Sarasota Riverview 0

Junior Cole Stallings struck out thirteen as the Wolves defeated Sarasota Riverview by mercy-rule in a district game.


W – Stallings. Records – N 4-2; R 1-4.

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Strawberry Crest 5, Wiregrass Ranch 3

SC 002 201 0 — | 5
WR 000 000 3 — | 3

W – Marshall. L – Sustachek. 2B – Pues, Fanning (SC). 3B – Marshall, Kelley (SC). Records – SC 4-1; WR 1-4.

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King 11, Chamberlain 0

Click here for more on this game from 95.3WDAE Jay Recher's "A Sports Life" blog.

K 146 00x x — | 11 | 0 | 0
C 000 000 0 — | 0 | 0 | 0

W – Rose (1-0). 2B – Ramos, Cordell (K). Records – K 1-5; C 0-6.



Jesuit 17, Blake 0 - five innings

Juniors AJ Karabenick (win, three innings, six K's, one walk), Turner Thompson and Tripp Russo combined on a no-hitter against Blake in a five-inning mercy-rule win. Bennett Lee hit a home run and drove in a pair as 10 Tigers hitters recorded a hit.

J 016 0 10x x — | 17 | 12 | 1
B 000 00x x — | 0 | 0 | 5

W – Karabenick (1-0). 2B – Incardona, Clifford, Woodside, Shoop (J). HR – Lee (J). Records – J 5-0; B 0-4.

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Wharton 6, Freedom 0

Wharton senior Brian Baughman stuck out 13 in a win over Freedom (813Preps file photo)
Brian Baughman was dominant on the mound, allowing just one hit and one walk in a complete-game shutout win over Freedom. The senior finished the day with 13 strikeouts and also doubled and scored a run in the win. Grady Maguire cashed in two runs on a double of his own in the Wildcats' four-run first innings, finishing 3-for-4 with another double later in the game. Zach Ehrhard went 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI.

W 410 100 0 — | 6 | 11 | 0
F 000 000 0 — | 0 | 1 | 3

W – Baughman (2-0). L – Leroy. 2B – Maguire 2, Baughman,  (W). Records – W 4-1; F 2-2.


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Brooks DeBartolo 11, Citrus Park Chr 1 - six innings

Stephaun Haylock went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and three RBI, and Nicholas DiCecco went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and three RBI to lead the Phoenix to its first win of the season. Reese Corscadden also doubled and drove in three runs, while Cross Corinti (win) and Eric Weesner combined on the mound for Brooks DeBartolo.

BD   102 053 x — | 11 | 12 | 0
CPC 000 100 x — | 1 | 3 | 0

W – Corinti. 2B – Haylock 2, Corscadden (BD). Records – BD 1-4; CPC 2-3.

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Cambridge Chr 6, Bishop McLaughlin 5 - nine innings

Cambridge Christian scored two late runs on an error and a wild pitch to top Bishop McLaughlin in a nine-inning battle. Tilden Agee had a double and a triple in the win, while Julian Montes struck out five in 3 innings of relief to earn the win.

CC 000 220 002 — | 6 | 8 | 6
BM 200 001 101 — | 5 | 7 | 3

W – Montes (3-0). L – Sutton. 2B – Drummond, Agee (CC); Berry (BM). 3B – Agee (CC). HR – Koehler (BM). Records – CC 3-2; BM 4-1.





Middleton 7, Jefferson 4 

M 006 001 0 — | 7 | 6 | 3
J  101 110 0 — | 4 | 4 | 3

Records – M 2-3; J 0-5.

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Tampa Bay Tech 4, Brandon 2

B      100 000 1 —  2
TBT 000 040 x —  4

Records – B 1-4; TBT 1-5.

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Santa Fe Cath 10, Bell Creek 0

SF 001 323 1 — | 10 | 10 | 0
BC 000 000 0 — | 0 | 4 | 0


Records – SF 5-0; BC 3-4.

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Victory Christian 17, Bayshore Christian 0 - four innings

VC 273 5xx x — 17
BC 000 0xx x —  0

Records – VC 3-1; BC 0-3.

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Braden River 5, Armwood 1

BR 000 300 2 — | 5 | 0 | 0
A    100 000 0 — | 1 | 0 | 0

W – Hedgepeth. L – Finan. 2B – Graham (BR). 3B – Castelli (A). Records – BR 3-2; A 3-2.

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Carrollwood Day 3, All Saints 0

Records – AS 0-3; CDS 3-3.

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