813Preps Baseball Round-Up 3/27/19



Our editor Jarrett Guthrie had a great time Wednesday night at the Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame induction ceremony hosted at the T. Pepin Hospitality Center, where Steinbrenner head baseball coach John Crumbley was inducted into this year's class.

Crumbley joined longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers radio announcer Gene Deckerhoff, former Jefferson and Louisville basketball player Ricky Gallon, and in absentia, former Buccaneers safety John Lynch and former Tampa Bay Lightning and NHL Hall of Famer Martin St. Louis in enshrinement this year. The event also honored hockey legend Phil Esposito with the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award. Congrats to Coach Crumbley on this honor! 

Sickles 13, Chamberlain 0 - five innings

Chase Centala struck out five, working three innings and allowing one hit as Sickles defeated Chamberlain. Centala also ent 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and three RBI, while seniors Danny Bernstein and Dylan Eskew each doubled and drove in two.

C 000 000 0 — | 0 | 1 | 3
S 140 8xx x — | 13 | 7 | 1

W – Centala (2-1). L – Cook. 2B – Bernstein, Centala, Eskew (S). Records – S 8-2; C 0-11.

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Gaither 5, Leto 0

Roy Peguero tossed a complete game shutout as Gaither defeated district opponent Leto on Wednesday. Peguero allowed just two hits and a walk, while striking out seven.

G 001 200 2 — | 5 | 6 | 1
L 000 000 0 — | 0 | 2 | 0

W – Peguero (2-0). L – Suarez (4-1). 2B – Hanson, K. Williams (G); J. Hernandez (L). Records – G 6-3, 2-0 in Class 7A-8; L 9-3, 2-1 in 7A-8.

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King 4, Hillsborough 3

King scored three runs in the home half of the seventh, ending the game on an RBI liner single from Will Marquart to defeat district opponent Hillsborough. Marquart also started the scoring for the Lions with an RBI sac fly in the first inning, and Dontavious Johnson added an RBI single to the seventh inning rally as well. Zan Rose earned the win on the mound, striking out five in two innings of relief. For the Terriers, Trevor Jones had a double and an RBI and Jack Slater drove in a pair.

H 010 002 0 — | 3 | 4 | 1
K 100 000 3 — | 4 | 3 | 2

W – Rose (1-0). L – Urso. 2B – Jaime-Nunez, Jones (H). Records – H 3-7, 0-3 in Class 7A-8; K 3-8, 2-0 in 7A-8.


St. Ignatius (Cleveland, OH) 9, Jesuit 3

Visiting St. Ignatius defeated Jesuit behind a late grand slam from Michael McNamara, who finished with five total RBI in the game. Jesuit, which dropped its first game of the season on Monday to Sarasota, took a third inning lead on an RBI single by Cole Russo (2-for-4), but the Wildcats pulled away in the final three innings. The Tigers tried to rally in the seventh, scoring a run when Ethan Valdez led off with a single, advanced to third on a Bennett Lee double and scored on balk, and Lee scored on a BJ Graham single, but couldn't extend the game further.

SI  000 032 4 — | 9 | 8 | 2
Jes 001 000 2 — | 3 | 2 | 2

W – Mulhern. L – Xxxxx (0-0). S – xxx (0). 2B – Gaich, Gerachi, McNamara (SI); Lee (J). HR – McNamara (SI). Records – SI 3-1; J 9-2.

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Canterbury 12, Bell Creek 7

C 101 630 1 — | 12 | 8 | 0
BC 020 101 3 — | 7 | 9 | 0

2B – Haugabook, Wilson, Moorefield (C); Black, Lalond (BC). Records – C 6-3; BC 4-5.

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