Saladino19 - Day 2 Round-Up


Sophomore Frank Micallef is congratulated at first base after his run-scoring single in the top of the seventh. 
Saladino Day 2 at Brandon

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

Pool 5 Standings
Strawberry Crest 2-0
Bloomingdale 1-1
Brandon 1-1
Chamberlain 0-2

Hillsborough 12, Middleton 1 - five innings

Hillsborough senior Terence Doston said as he walked to the plate with a runner aboard in the fifth inning, his coaches told him what he already knew - that he was a home run away from the cycle. Doston worked the count full, before slashing a line drive past the right fielder. To the defenders credit he turned and hustled after the ball that would have decided the game by scoring the mercy-rule run any way, but it allowed the speed of the two-sport standout and West Virginia commit to be put on display as he flashed around the bases and slid home for a walk-off, inside-the-park home run.

"I'm not stopping, that was my thought," Doston said. "As I was coming out of the dugout, my coach was like if you hit a home run it's the cycle, so in my head I was thinking if I square this ball up, I'm not stopping."
Aside from Doston's 4-for-4 day, senior Nate Gustafson was 2-for-3, with a double and three RBI, and Brady Burgess earned the win on the mound working 4 1/3 innings and allowing one unearned run.

M 000 01x x — | 1 | 4 | 1
H  501 42x x — | 12 | 9 | 1

W – Burgess (1-0). L – Smith. 2B – Doston, Gustafson (H). 3B – Doston (H). HR –  Doston (H). Records – M 2-6; H 3-5.

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Wharton 1, Alonso 0
W 000 000 1 — | 1 | 4 | 0
A  000 000 0 — | 0 | 2 | 0

W – Baughman (3-0). L – R. Gonzalez (1-1). 2B – Sutton (W). Records – W 7-1; A 4-2.

Chargers senior Kade Manderscheid earned the win.
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Strawberry Crest 6, Bloomingdale 1
SC 000 006 0 — | 6 | 0 | 0
 B  100 000 0 — | 1 | 0 | 0

W – Manderscheid (2-1). L – Caba (1-1). S – Heath. 2B – Kelley (SC); Hazzard (B). Records – SC 0-0; B 0-0.


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Brandon 7, Chamberlain 1

A Danny Santana RBI ground out and a Kendal Spencer run-scoring single in the second inning proved the difference as Brandon topped Chamberlain in the nightcap. Phredro Drayton added an RBI triple to the Eagles offensive night and made a great throw in the sixth from the catcher's position to get a would-be stealing runner at third. Jonnel De La Rosa worked five-plus innings on the mound to earn the win striking out five and allowing one run. For Chamberlain Brayden Moyer singled in Manny Caballero (2-for-4) in the fifth inning.

C 000 010 0 — | 1 | 8 | 3
B 020 014 x — | 7 | 5 | 3

W – De La Rosa (1-0). L – Cornelio. 3B – Drayton (B). Records – C 0-9; B 2-5.


Saladino Day 2 at Jefferson

Pool 4 Standings 
Jefferson 2-0
Sickles 1-1
Durant 1-1
Armwood 0-2

Pool 7 Standings
Leto 2-0
Robinson 1-1
Steinbrenner 1-1
East Bay 0-2

Leto 10, East Bay 2

Leto struck early with seven runs in the first two innings, while weathering an early couple runs from East Bay as the Falcons improved to 2-0 in Pool 7 on Monday. Senior Javy Hernandez was 2-for-4 with a double and four RBI, RJ Gutierrez scored a pair and had two doubles, while Damien Breton and Brayan Cruz each scored three runs and Tomas Lozano had a pair of hits and two RBI. For East Bay, Hans Walker and Zack Berry (run, RBI) each had two hits in the game.

EB 020 000 0 — | 2 | 5 | 0
L    340 201 x — | 10 | 12 | 1

W – Acosta (2-0). L – Lopez. S – B. Perez. 2B – Gutierrez 2, Hernandez, Cruz, Breton (L). Records – EB 0-7; L 7-1.

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Steinbrenner 1, Robinson 0

Senior Bryce Leonhardt spun a complete-game shutout out allowing just four hits and striking out eight as the Warriors squeaked by Robinson. Michael Blackwood (2-for-2) hit an RBI single that proved the difference in the fourth inning. For Robinson, Michael Swanson worked 5 2/3 innings on the mound striking out five while allowing the lone run.

R 000 000 0 — | 0 | 4 | 1
S 000 100 x — | 1 | 6 | 1

W – Leonhardt (2-2). L – Swanson (0-1). Records – R 5-2; S 4-3.

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Durant 4, Armwood 3 

Durant battled back late to win against Armwood via the walk-off as junior Ahmad Fitts doubled in a run to tie it in the seventh and senior Arpod Zsold singled to left to give the Cougars the win. Tyler Castelli, Christian Tate and Caleb Christenson each had two hits for Armwood in the game and Trevor Finan had a double and scored a run.

A 100 002 0 — | 3 | 9 | 2
D 000 002 2 — | 4 | 8 | 2

W – Curnow. L – Johns (0-1). 2B – Finan (A); Scolaro, Fitts (D). Records – A 4-4; D 3-4.

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Jefferson 3, Sickles 1 - 12 innings

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J 000 100 000 002 — | 3 | 5 | 3
S 000 010 000 000 — | 1 | 8 | 8




Saladino Day 2 at Lennard

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

Newsome 7, King 4

A three run third inning from the Wolves keyed by a Kelson Johnson RBI single and a two-run double from Cole Stallings proved the difference as Newsome improved to 2-0 in Pool 2. Sawyer Smith and Lucas Phelps added to the Wolves offense with two hits and two RBI each, while Josh Pitre's 4 1/3 innings on the mound proved enough for the win. King was led by Matthew Johnson who was 3-for-4 with a double, a run and an RBI, and an RBI double from Jacob Cordell.

N 203 101 0 — | 7 | 8 | 3
K 201 010 0 — | 4 | 8 | 1

W – Pitre (1-0). L – Keding (0-0). 2B – Stallings (N); Cordell, M. Johnson (K). Records – N 6-2; K 2-7.

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Lennard 4, Carrollwood Day 3

Lennard pushed out to a four-run lead as Hayden Hensley and Francisco Alaniz each chipped in with RBI singles, and held on as Carrollwood Day tried to mount a comeback. The Patriots got a bases clearing double from Blake Hooker, but Longhorns reliever Randy Tavarez came in to strikeout a pair and prevent further damage, and then finished the game to earn the save.

CDS 000 030 0 — | 3 | 4 | 0
L      200 200 0 — | 4 | 7 | 1

W – Lassalle (2-0). L – Baker (1-2). S – Tavarez (1). 2B – Hooker (CDS). Records – CDS 3-6; L 5-1.


Saladino Day 2 at Univ. of Tampa


Pool 3 Standings 
Plant City 2-0
Plant 1-1
Brooks DeBartolo 1-1
Blake 0-2

Pool 6 Standings
Riverview 2-0
Freedom 1-1
Gaither 1-1
Tampa Bay Tech 0-2

Gaither 9, Tampa Bay Tech 2

Gaither capitalized on 16 walks as the Cowboys claimed a win over Tampa Bay Tech on Monday. Sophomore Ben Vazquez earned the win on the mound, allowing one run and striking out four, while Alfredo Melendez (four K) and Justin Childs (two K) worked in relief for the Cowboys. For the Titans Elijah Dukes was 3-for-3, with two RBI, and senior Joe Lewis was 2-for-4 with a run scored.

TBT 000 101 0 — | 2 | 8 | 2
G      200 133 x — | 9 | 2 | 1

W – Vazquez (1-0). L – Jackson.  2B – Figueroa (TBT). Records – TBT 2-6; G 4-3.

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Riverview 14, Freedom 4 - six innings

Ty Correa and Adam Hunt each doubled and drove in three, while Zach Hawkins also had three RBI for Riverview as the Sharks are in control of Pool 6 play with a game against Tampa Bay Tech ahead on Tuesday. Kyle Knees worked 4 1/3 innings on the mound allowing no runs on just one hit and striking out three. Riverview looks to advance out of Saladino pool play for the sixth straight season with a win over the Titans tomorrow. For Freedom, Sebastian Burgess was 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored, and Jason Hall drove in a pair.

F 220 000 x — | 4 | 0 | 0
R 201 307 x — | 14 | 0 | 0

W – Knees. L – Leroy. 2B – Correa, Hunt (R).  Records – F 3-5; R 6-2.

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Plant City 16, Blake 1 - Four innings

Brayden Crews had an RBI single and a two run double, and Jace Stines tripled in a pair as Plant City put up 13, second inning runs in this one to move the Raiders to 2-0 in pool play. Collin Shultz struck out five in two innings of work to earn the win for Plant City.

B   010 000 0 — | 1 | 2 | 4
PC 1 13 0 2xx x — | 16 | 11 | 1

W – Shultz (0-0). L – Vassar. 2B – Crews (PC). 3B – Stines (PC). Records – B 0-7; PC 7-1.

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Plant 1, Brooks DeBartolo 0

After battling to a stalemate through six innings, Plant escaped with a 1-0 win over Brooks DeBartolo when Matthew Ward drew a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh. Ryan Bradarich worked 6-plus innings on the mound for the Phoenix, being tagged with the loss after striking out four. On the other side, Jac Caglianone made his debut on the mound for the Panthers working five innings, allowing just one hit and striking out three, before turning things over to Matt Coker, who earned the win with two shutout innings, allowing just three hits.
BD 000 000 0 — | 0 | 4 | 1
P    000 000 1 — | 0 | 5 | 3

W – Coker. L – Bradarich. 2B – Carapella (BD). Records – BD 3-5; P 7-2.

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