Plant senior Chase Sanguinetti tied the game late for the Panthers un a come from behind win over East Bay. Plant wins Pool 5 and advances to the quarterfinals on Thursday at Brandon High. (813Preps file photo)

Saladino Day 3 at Lennard

Pool 5 Standings 
Plant 3-0 (Pool 5 winners)
Lennard 2-1
Strawberry Crest 1-2
East Bay 0-3

Plant 5, East Bay 2

A Chase Sanguinetti double to right in the sixth drove in a pair and tied things for the Panthers, before a Brock Fagler RBI single gave Plant all it would need to wrap up a tournament quarterfinal slot. The Panthers added two more safety runs in the as Drew Powell and Connor Scott (3-for-3) had RBI singles in the final frame. Jorge Collado was 2-for-3 with a run scored and Sean Vega drove in both East Bay runs.

Plant takes on Steinbrenner at 10 a.m. in the Saladino Tourney quarterfinals at Brandon High.

P 000 003 2 — | 5 | 11 | 0
EB 000 200 0 — | 2 | 6 | 0
W – Richards (1-0). L – Zoeller (0-2). 2B – Sanguinetti (P). Records – P 9-1; EB 1-8.

Lennard 7, Strawberry Crest 0

Victor Schilling’s two out double in the third inning was immediately cashed in by an RBI single by Yazael Nunez to plate the deciding run for Lennard in a shutout win against Strawberry Crest. Schilling would finish 3-for-3 in the game scoring two runs, while Nunez (double), Brendan Herrick (triple) and Edward Tarrant (double) had a pair of hits for the Longhorns. Tarrant also handled things on the mound earning the win in six innings of work, allowing just two hits and striking out four.

L 001 231 0 — | 7 | 11 | 2
SC 000 000 0 — | 11 | 10 | 4
W – Tarrant (2-1). L – Torres. 2B – F. Alaniz, Nunez, Schilling, Tarrant (N). 3B – Herrick (L). Records – L 5-6; SC 5-4.


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