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Wednesday, March 21.
The Gryphons junior captain is a University of Miami commit and started the regular season off on a high note with a five-inning, no-hitter in a 11-0 win against Armwood in Sickles second game of the season.
Eskew is 1-0, with a 2.69 ERA and 20 strikeouts in three appearances on the mound. Eskew is also hitting .308, with six RBI through the first six games.
The Buccaneers senior tossed seven, no-hit innings in a no decision against Carrollwood Day on February 23, striking out 11.
Berkeley Prep was able to pull out the 1-0 victory over the Patriots in the bottom of the ninth, scoring on a wild pitch.
Matching up against Bennett for CDS was Patriots senior Frank Furey, who tossed five, shutout innings with 10 strikeouts to his credit.
Furey is a Gulf Coast State college commit.
Hillsborough County Pitching Leaders (through 3/7/18)
The speedy senior and FSU commit has reached base safely in all five games for Jefferson (4-1), and has a .556 average, eight runs scored and is the co-leader in the county in stolen bases with 10.///***
The Wildcats sophomore is making an immediate impact for Wharton (6-1) with a hit in each game, and a .688 average, seven RBI and five runs scored.///***
The Crusaders senior is a Seminole State College signee and has two homers on the year, with a .471 average, 11 RBI, seven runs scored and a double. Seffner Christian is 4-2 to begin the season.///***
Javi Baldor, Jesuit
The Jesuit senior has hits in all six of the Tigers game this season and has a .688 average. Baldor has seven RBI and eight runs scored with four doubles.
Plant came away with a big, 9-0 win over district opponent Sickles on Tuesday. Take a look at our video of just a few of the Panthers’ key hits:
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