Berkeley Prep 5
Northside Christian 0
Senior Jonathan Bruno drove in a pair in the home-first as Berkeley Prep got a shutout victory against Northside Christian on Tuesday. Troy Reader also doubled in a pair in the sixth, while Andrew DiMisa was 2-for-3 with a double and run scored. Three Buccaneers’ pitchers combined on the shutout with Matt Mulfinger earning his third win of the season, before giving way to three innings from Evan Parmer and a final frame tossed by DiMisa.
NC 000|000|0 – |0|6|0
BP 200|003|x – |5|8|0
W – Mulfinger (3-0); L – Kocis.
2B – Williamson (NC); Bruno, Reader, DiMisa (BP). Records – BP (9-2); NC (4-5-1).
Seffner Christian 12
Hernando Christian 2
Seffner Christian pounded out 15 hits to win a game decisively over Hernando Christian on the road. Senior Spencer Boynton hit a homer, while Clay Odiorne was 2-for-4, with a double and four RBI, Jake Foster had a pair of hits and two RBI, Dylan Cheeley went 3-for-4 with a double an RBI and two runs scored, and Connor Loomis had two hits and an RBI. On the mound, Joey Jensen pitched five innings to earn the win, allowing one earned run and striking out eight.
SCA 010|145|1 – |12|15|0
HCA 002|000|0 – |2|1|4
W – Jensen (4-1).
2B – Odiorne, Woodie, Cheeley (SCA); HR – Boynton (SCA). Records – SCA (7-2-1); HCA (4-3).
Bradenton Inspiration Academy 10
Tampa Catholic 7
Tampa Catholic scored three runs in the sixth, but could match the 10 runs produced by Inspiration Academy on Tuesday. Brian Canasi paced the Crusaders offense, going 3-for-4 with a double, a homer and three RBI, Andrew Salzman had a hit, a run and RBI, and Rolando Jimenez had a hit and scored a pair in the loss.
IA 130|240|0 – |10|9|3
TC 003|103|0 – |7|5|1
W – Rushing; L – Lazaro.
2B – Miller (IA); Canasi (TC); HR – Hall, O’Leary (IA); Canasi (TC). Records – IA (16-2); TC (6-5).
Carrollwood Day 2 – six innings
Armwood’s Justin Corns had two at-bats and three RBI in the first inning as the Hawks topped Carrollwood Day, before he added a solo home run to his day. Tim Mendizibal had a triple, run scored and an RBI, while Trey McKinnie was 2-for-3 with a run and an RBI for Armwood.
CDS 010|100|x – |2|6|3
A 800|202|x – |12|9|2
W – Mention; L – Rozier.
2B – Hall (A); 3B – Mendizibal (A); HR – Corns (A). Records – CDS (2-7); A (2-9).
B 210|100|1 – |5|8|2
R 042|001|x – |7|4|2
W – Brown (2-1); L – Tavarez; S – Sandefer (2)
2B – De La Rosa, Spencer (B); 3B – Wehrman (R). Records – B (4-7); R (4-6).
Jefferson’s Alejandro Martinez’s three-run home run highlighted a come-from-behind Dragons win against Leto. Jayden Vazquez went 2-for-3, with two RBI, and Yadiel Perez drove in a pair for Jefferson. For Leto, Coltin Pizzio was 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBI, and Andres Chirinos struck out seven in a no-decision.
J 000|005|3 – |8|7|2
L 100|006|0 – |7|8|0
W – Vargas; L – Cruz.
2B – Yai. Perez (J); Lantigua (L); HR – Montada (J); Pizzio (L). Records – J (5-3); L (7-5).
Sickles did enough early damage to weather a late comeback attempt from Alonso, including a grand slam from Hector Montilla (who also doubled) in the seventh. For the Gryphons, Justin Allen put up a five RBI day, with a double, Carter Christy doubled in a pair, and Thomas Bly was 2-for-3 scoring three times. Bobby Christy’s four innings on the mound, allowing two unearned runs and striking out four earned the senior the win.
A 011|001|4 – |7|6|3
S 630|003|x – |12|11|6
W – B. Christy; L – Reed.
2B – Montilla, Hiatt (A); Allen, C. Christy (S); HR – Montilla (A). Records – A (7-5); S (7-2).
Plant City 5 – nine innings
Jaiden Mercado’s pinch-hit RBI single in the top of the ninth pushed Lennard to a win against Plant City. Jaylin Tose had a big night at the plate for the Longhorns driving in four, including a two-run homer. Alex Brazer had a pair of hits and scored twice, and also pitched three innings of relief to earn the win, Ryan Robinson reached base five times, walking three times and singling twice, driving in a pair for the Raiders, Carson Mohler was 2-for-3 with a run, and Anthony Grasso and Kelein Johnson had doubles.
Nice hard fought victory vs Plant City, 2-4 on the night with a 2 run 💣 great team work tonight @LennardBaseball @BCPbullpen @AreaScoutsFl @813Preps @StreamLiveTampa @BaseballHCC @BaseballCf @jucoroute @A1ZBaseball @BUncommitted @Baseball_Univ @CoastRecruits @theuncommits pic.twitter.com/a0Kv6l6ZMl
— Jaylin Tose’ (@tose_jaylin) March 17, 2021
L 000|202|101 – |6|6|1
PC 040|100|000 – |5|09|4
W – Brazer; L – Fordham.
2B – Grasso, Johnson (PC); HR – Tose (L). Records – L (3-4); PC (7-5).
Warriors win 7-4 over Gaither.. Jacob Hill gets the win in relief.. Dicampli had a key 2B 2 RBI’s and Strom with HR… We will be back in action Wednesday at Bloomingdale at 7pm… @813Preps @GSHSESPN @gshswarriors @SteinbrennerABC
— SteinbrennerBaseball (@GSHShardball) March 17, 2021
G 010|021|0 – |4|8|3
S 104|200|x – |7|9|1
W – Hill; L – Grause.
2B – DiCampli (S); HR – Strom (S). Records – G (3-7); S (4-9).
Plant’s Sam Meade and Newsome’s Evan Wainman smashed a pair of home runs apiece in a slugfest where the Panthers edged the Wolves, when Bryce Pelleriti singled in the walk-off run, capping a 3-for-3, three RBI, two run day. Meade had five RBI in the win, while senior Jac Caglianone was 4-for-4, scoring three times, and Matthew Ward was 2-for-3 with a pair of runs scored. Wainman added a double and had five RBI in the loss, while Lucas Phelps also homered.
Lift off x2🚀 pic.twitter.com/Vru3sMJABt
— Sam Meade (@sammmeade25) March 17, 2021
N 000|209|1 – |12|10|2
P 105|006|1 – |13|13|2
W – Hawks; L – Dempsey.
2B – Philpott, Wainman (N); Pelleriti, Soper (P); HR – Phelps, Wainman 2 (N); Meade (P). Records – N (3-6); P (3-8).
Riverview 0 – five innings
— Drake Harman (@drakeharman2) March 17, 2021
R 000|00x|x – |0|4|1
B 300|7xx|x – |10|11|0
W – Eckaus (4-2); L – Kochera.
2B – DeJesus, Dr. Harman (B); HR – Dr. Harman (B). Records – R (4-6); B (9-3).