Saladino19 - Day 1 Round-Up


Leto's Bryan Perez rounds third and gets some props from Falcons' third base coach Jose Pupo after the senior mashed a solo home run to left in the third inning.
Saladino Day 1 at Jefferson

Pool 4 Standings 
Sickles 1-0
Jefferson 1-0
Durant 0-1
Armwood 0-1

Pool 7 Standings
Leto 1-0
Robinson 1-0
Steinbrenner 0-1
East Bay 0-1


Robinson 12, East Bay 2 - five innings

Junior Kenny Keller allowed a single hit in three innings of work as Robinson jumped out to an early lead and pushed the game to an early finish. Adam Haidermota was 3-for-4, with a pair of doubles, and scored three time, including the game-ender on a delayed, double-steal.

EB 000 11x x — | 2 | 2 | 0
R   180 21x x — | 12 | 8 | 0


W – Keller (2-0). L – Sillart. Haidermota (R). Records – R 5-2; EB 0-6.

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Leto 11, Steinbrenner 3
L 004 004 3 — | 11 | 10 | 2
S 000 012 0 — | 3 | 7 | 1

W – F. Hernandez (1-1). L – Andrews (1-1). 2B – Breto, Perez, Cruz (L); Hall (S). HR – Perez, Cruz (L). Records – L 6-1; S 4-3.

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Sickles 7, Durant 6

Despite six errors, Sickles managed to stave off defeat against Durant on Saturday. Senior Danny Bernstein belted a second inning grand slam to push the game just far enough out of reach for the Gryphons. For Durant, Javy Quintana was 3-for-4, with a run scored and an RBI. 

D 300 120 0 — | 6 | 0 | 0
S 160 000 0 — | 7 | 0 | 0

W – Centala (2-1). L – Martinez. S – Bacon. HR – Bernstein (S). Records – D 2-5; S 6-1.

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Jefferson 9, Armwood 8 - 10 innings

Tony Zavala worked five innings of relief allowing just one hit and two walks, to help Jefferson to its first win of the season in an extra-inning battle with Armwood. Mario Lopez sent a single up the middle to end the game in the 10th inning. Nick Perez had a pair of hits including a double and three RBI in the win for the Dragons, while Oscar Galvez was 2-for-3 with a triple, three RBI and three runs scored. For the Hawks, Trevor Finan had a three hit night with a double and three runs, and Tyler Castelli and Manuel Maldonado each drove in three. 

A 301 301 000 0 — | 8 | 12 | 1
J  400 102 100 1 — | 9 | 10 | 1

W – Zavala. L – Tavarez. S – xxx (0). 2B – N. Perez (J); Finan, Gilliespy (A). 3B – Galvez (J). Records – A 4-3; J 1-6.




Saladino Day 1 at Brandon

Pool 2 Standings 
Alonso 1-0
Wharton 1-0
Hillsborough 0-1
Middleton 0-1

Pool 5 Standings
Bloomingdale 1-0
Strawberry Crest 1-0
Brandon 0-1
Chamberlain 0-1

Wharton 3, Middleton 0

Zach Ehrhard's RBI single in the first inning and an RBI sac fly off the bat of Steven Hotinski was all the offense needed as Wharton topped Middleton 3-0 behind a combined shutout from pitchers Carson Caso (W, 3ip, 0 hits) and Jackson Perkins (save, 4 ip, 4 hits, 3 strikeouts). Tyson Sutton drove in an insurance run in the sixth for the Wildcats.

M 000 000 0 — | 0 | 4 | 2
W 200 001 x — | 3 | 7 | 0

W – Caso (2-0). L – Brown (0-0). S – Perkins (1). 3B – M. Smith (M). Records – M 2-4; W 6-1.

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Alonso 9, Hillsborough 2

Alonso's Renzo Gonzalez was 3-for-4, with a double, a triple, a stolen base and three runs scored as the Ravens defeated Hillsborough on Saturday. Sehjin Daley drove in a pair on a ground out and a single, while Andrew Lara had a double and three RBI, and Conor McNair and Jonathan Cruz had RBI hits in the win. Sam Drumheller worked five shutout innings, allowing one hit with five strikeouts to earn the win. For Hillsborough, Terence Doston tripled in a run, and was himself driven in on a Juan Jaime-Nunez sac fly.

H 000 002 0 — | 2 | 2 | 0
A 201 060 x — | 9 | 9 | 0

W – Drumheller (2-0). L – Gustafsen. 2B – R. Gonzalez, Lara (A). 3B – Doston (H); R. Gonzalez (A). Records – H 2-4; A 4-1.

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Strawberry Crest 11, Chamberlain 1 - six innings


Joey Parrillo (double), Ben Pues and Tanner Kelley each drove in a pair of runs as the Chargers claimed a mercy-rule win over Chamberlain. Brent May worked three innings on the mound striking out four, and Jacob Heath went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored for Crest. Brayden Moyer doubled and scored a run for Chamberlain.

C   010 000 x — | 1 | 3 | 5
SC 404 102 x — | 11 | 11 | 0

W – May (1-0). L – Caballero.  2B – Moyer (C); Parrillo, Heath (SC). Records – C 0-8; SC 5-2.

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Bloomingdale 10, Brandon 0 - five innings

Bloomingdale scored six, first-inning runs highlighted by a two-run double from Garrett Borgen to defeat Brandon by mercy-rule. Kyle Merkle had an RBI triple to end the game early and scored twice. Justin McCallister improved to 3-0 on the season with five strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings pitched.

Bran    000 00x x — | 0 | 1 | 3
Bloom 610 12x x — | 10 | 7 | 1

W – McCallister (3-0). L – Joseph. 2B – Borgen (Bloom). 3B – Merkle (Bloom). Records – Bran 1-5; Bloom 5-2.


Saladino Day 1 at Lennard

Pool 2 Standings 
Newsome 1-0
King 1-0
Carrollwood Day 0-1
Lennard 0-1


Newsome 2, Carrollwood Day 1

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CDS 000 010 0 — | 1 | 5 | 2
New 000 011 x — | 2 | 3 | 0

W – DeVito. L – Watts. 2B – Phelps (N). Records – CDS 3-6; New 5-2.

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King 2, Lennard 1


King scratched out an early run on a bases loaded walk and a deciding second run in the third as Matthew Johnson singled in a run to help his cause on the mound. Johnson struck out five, allowing one unearned run in six innings as the Lions handed Lennard its first loss of the season. Lennard got a late run off a Yazael Nunez sac fly, but left two man aboard at the end of the game, with Zan Rose earning the save for King.

L 000 000 1 — | 0 | 0 | 0
K 101 000 x — | 0 | 0 | 0

W – M. Johnson. L – Tarrant. S - Rose. Records – L 5-1; K 2-5.



Saladino Day 1 at Univ. of Tampa


Riverview junior Tyler Misla delivers a pitch during the Sharks' 6-4 win over Gaither at the University of Tampa on Saturday afternoon. Misla would pitch 2/3 innings for the save.
Pool 3 Standings 
Plant City 1-0
Brooks DeBartolo 1-0
Blake 0-1
Plant 0-1

Pool 6 Standings
Riverview 1-0
Freedom 1-0
Gaither 0-1
Tampa Bay Tech 0-1

Freedom 11, Tampa Bay Tech 5

Freedom got a big, sixth inning led by an RBI double from Luis Lopez (2-for-4, triple), and RBI singles by Jeremy Carrick and Jack Linne (who was 3-for-3) as the Patriots scored seven runs in the frame. Pitcher Kevin Kirby went the distance, striking out 10. For the Titans Jose Figueroa was 2-for-3 with a double, triple and RBI.

TBT 012 001 1 — | 5 | 9 | 6
F     100 109 x — | 11 | 11 | 1

W – Kirby. L – Andrus-Rhoades. 2B – Lewis, Figueroa, Marshall-Pate (TBT); Burgess, Lopez (F). 3B – Figueroa (TBT); Lopez (F). Records – TBT 2-5; F 3-4.

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Riverview SP Ty Correa
(Photo by Mike Camunas)

Riverview 6, Gaither 4

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G 000 201 1 — | 4 | 0 | 0
R 301 200 0 — | 6 | 0 | 0

W – Correa (3-0). L – Peguero (1-1). S – Misla (1). 2B – Greico (G); Besnier, Correa (R). HR – Besnier (R). Records – G 3-3; R 5-2.

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Brooks DeBartolo 7, Blake 1 

Nicholas DiCecco was 3-for-3 with a double, triple, two runs scored and an RBI to help the Phoenix to an opening game win over Blake. Jace Hoffman added a two-hit, one RBI game, while Cameron Smith also had an RBI single. Junior Ryan Bradarich earned the win on the mound, striking out seven.

B   000 010 0 — | 1 | 2 | 1
BD 000 340 0 — | 7 | 7 | 0

W – Bradarich (1-0). L – Montgomery (0-0). 2B – DiCecco (BD). 3B – DiCecco (BD). Records – B 0-7; BD 3-4.

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Plant City 7, Plant 3

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PC 400 001 2 — | 7 | 13 | 2
P    200 001 0 — | 3 | 4 | 2

W – Messick (3-0). L – Gates. 2B – Messick, Emerine 2, Dowdy (PC); Urso (P). HR – Rincones (P). Records – PC 5-2; P 6-1.

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