Seffner Christian 2, Bradenton Inspiration Acad 1 – nine innings

Josh Foster’s RBI sac fly ended the game for the Crusaders as Seffner Christian won its seventh straight on Tuesday. Spencer Boynton and Benny Cheek combined for four-plus innings each as the Crusaders duo allowed one run on three hits, with Cheek picking up the win. Dylan Cheeley was 2-for-3 with a double and scored the winning run.

IA  000|010|000 – |1|3|0
SC 010|000|001 – |2|7|2
W – Cheek (3-1); L – Platko.
2B – Morrison (IA); Jensen, Cheeley (SC). Records – IA (10-2); SC (7-1).

Bell Creek 8, Carrollwood Day 3

Bell Creek senior Brendan Gerena-Lee was 3-for-3 with a pair of home runs and five RBI as the Panthers defeated Carrollwood Day on Tuesday. Manny Dooley allowed one run over three innings to earn the win and Ian Burgin pitched four innings to pick up the save.

CDS 010|200|0 – |3|5|5
BC   500|102|x – |8|10|2
W – Dooley (2-1); L – Vassallo; S – Burgin.
HR – Gerena-Lee (BC). Records – CDS (0-7); BC (4-3-1).

Berkeley Prep 3, Tampa Prep 2

Berkeley Prep scratched three runs out and held off a late rally to pick up a road win at Tampa Prep. Will Parkinson spun five innings, allowing just one hit and striking out seven to earn the win. Connor Leach went 3-for-3 with an RBI for the Bucs offense, Cade Kurland was 3-for-4, with a pair of runs scored and Roman Samson had two hits, including a double, a run scored and RBI. Tampa Prep got a solo home run from Owen Fulton in the seventh and added one more on a Jaden Holder RBI groundout, but the Terrapins could finish off the comeback.

BP 100|110|0 – |3|10|1
TP 000|000|2 – |2|3|1
W – Parkinson (3-0); L – Welch (2-1); S – Little (2)
2B – Castillo, Samson, Reader (BP); HR – Fulton (TP). Records – BP (9-0); TP (4-4).

Wharton 5, Steinbrenner 1

Carson Caso improved to 4-0 on the season, tossing 5 1/3 innings on the mound and striking out four. The Wildcats jumped out to a 4-run lead in the first keyed by a two-run single from Tyson Sutton. Steinbrenner got on the board thanks to a Tayden Hall RBI double in the third.

W 401|000|0 – |5|4|2
S 001|000|0 – |1|5|4
W – Caso (4-0); L – Heidel (1-2); S – (0)
2B – Micallef (W); Hall (S). Records – W (7-1); S (5-3).

Gaither 4, Sunlake 1

Frank Perez had an RBI single in both the first and third innings to push Gaither to a district win against Sunlake, and CJ Hanson doubled in a pair of insurance runs for the Cowboys. Albert Padron held the Seahawks to one run in four innings, and Colin Jackson struck out two working the seventh inning for the save.

S 001|000|0 – |1|4|1
G 101|200|x – |4|7|0
W – Padron (2-0); L – Stegura; S – C. Jackson (1)
2B – Choe, Hanson (G); 3B – Plaisted (S). Records – S (4-6); G (6-1).

Leto 3, Armwood 1

L 300|000|0 – |3|7|1
A 000|001|0 – |1|8|1
W – Perez (1-0); L – Oliu (1-1); S – Rivera (1)
2B – Gutierrez (L). Records – L (6-2); A (4-4).

Jefferson 7, Clearwater 0

Javier James tossed 6 2/3 innings of shutout baseball, striking out two to earn a win, as the Dragons put up seven runs in the third inning to top Clearwater. Dylan DeGusipe singled in the deciding run, and the Dragons got an RBI double from Esias Vega, and RBI singles by Matthew Johnson, Yadiel Perez and James.

C 000|000|0 – |0|2|3
J 007|000|x – |7|9|2
W – James; L – Potts.
2B – Denson, Vega (J). Records – C (2-6); J (3-7).

Sickles 3, Robinson 1

Tyler Green homered and doubled, and Chase Centala struck out eight as the Gryphons defeated Robinson on the road. Ben Kim was 2-for-3 with a run scored for Robinson.

S 020|001|0 – |3|0|0
R 001|000|0 – |0|0|0
W – Centala (2-1); L – Akins; S – Rodriguez
2B – Nelson, Green (S); Maskin (R); HR – Green (S). Records – S (6-3); R (4-3).

East Bay 12, Blake 0 – five innings

Rocco Vincent went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBI for the Indians, and Gian Ortiz pitched three shutout innings, allowing one hit and striking out six as East Bay picked up its first win of the season.

B   000|00x|x – |0|1|3
EB 252|3xx|x – |12|6|1
W – Ortiz; L – Woods-Ayers.
2B – Walker, Vincent (EB). Records – EB (1-6); B (0-7).

Middleton 6, Brandon 1

Junior Marques Smith went 3-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored, and Malik Berrien drove in a pair. Nathan Vong tossed a complete game, allowing one earned and earning the win.

B 000|000|1 – |1|6|1
M 000|240|x – |6|9|3
W – Vong (1-0).
2B – R. Garcia (M). Records – B (4-3); M (7-2).

Cambridge Christian 11, Academy at the Lakes 1 – five innings

Elu Rydell tossed five innings, allowing one run on five hits and struck out five in the Lancers win. Cambridge Christian’s Phillip Alessi was 2-for-3, recording his first two varsity hits and drove in a pair, Tilden Agee went 2-for-3 with a double and triple, Jacob Lightbody was 2-for-3 with two RBI, and Justin Chamorro stole three bases in Cambridge Christian’s win.

W – Rydell (0-0).
2B – Agee (CC); 3B – Agee (CC). Records – CC (5-3-1); AL (3-4).

Jesuit 5, Hillsborough 0

Malachi Woodside singled in a run and Jalen Niles singled in a pair as Jesuit took a second inning lead. It was all senior Josh Mallitz would need, as the Ole Miss signee struck out nine, allowing one Hillsborough hit in a complete-game effort. The Tigers added some insurance late as Joe Casale and Jonathan Shoop went back-to-back with home runs in the sixth.

H 000|000|0 – |0|1|1
J 030|002|x – |5|7|0
W – Mallitz (2-0); L – Urso (1-2).
HR – Casale, Shoop (J). Records – H (5-3); J (8-0).

King 5, Spoto 2

King’s Dontavious Johnson drove in a pair to support his efforts on the mound, where he tossed four innings and struck out six. Will Marquart earned the save, tossing three innings and striking out four. Elijah Dukes doubled and scored a run for the Lions. Spoto got on the board on a Rafeal Moronta RBI single, one of his two hits in the game.

S 110|000|0 – |2|4|3
K 201|002|x – |5|4|5
W – D. Johnson (2-0); L – Flintory; S – Marquart.
2B – E. Dukes, Weinard (K). Records – S (0-7); K (w-5).

Brooks DeBartolo 1, Hudson 0

Brooks DeBartolo senior Ryan Bradarich worked seven shutout innings, striking out 11 and allowing just two hits and a walk.

BD 000|010|0 – |1|2|0
H   000|000|0 – |0|2|1
W – Bradarich; L – Day.
Records – BD (2-4); H (4-4).

Riverview 8, Lennard 1

L 010|000|0 – |1|6|2
R 300|221|x – |8|8|1
W – Hook (1-0).
Records – L (2-5); R (5-3).

Newsome 3, Plant 1 

Records – P (5-4); N (6-2).

Strawberry Crest 11, Tampa Bay Tech 0 – five innings

TBT 000|00x|x – |0|2|2
SC   461|0xx|x – |11|10|1
W – Garner (2-0); L – Mobley.
2B – Redner (SC). Records – TBT (1-7); SC (6-2).

Palm Harbor 6, Alonso 5 – nine innings

A    300|000|011 – |5|14|2
PH 000|101|112 – |6|9|0
W – Branch; L – Bayatt.
2B – I. Myles (A); Mummua (PH); 3B – Mummua (PH). Records – A (0-7); PH (4-4).

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