Plant 13
Jefferson 3 – six innings

Plant senior Jac Caglianone struck out nine in four innings on the mound, while going 3-for-4 with two RBI to lead the Panthers to a mercy-rule win over Jefferson in six innings. Matthew Ward had a pair of doubled, two runs and two RBI, while Bryce Pelleriti scored a pair and drove in one in the victory. For Jefferson, Alejandro Montada continued a strong tournament with a pair of hits and two RBI.

J 011|001|x – |3|6|2
P 006|313|x – |13|8|2
W – Caglianone; L – Lopez.
2B – Ward 2 (P)). Records – J (5-4); P (4-8).


Gaither 10
Riverview 5

Gaither stretched out its lead on Riverview in the sixth, starting with a solo homer from CJ Hanson, before unloadingjith back-2-back-2-back RBI doubles from Austin Grause, Nico DiMillo and Scout Simpson to push things out of reach for the Sharks. Riverview’s Jaylin Taylor was 2-for-3, with three RBI, a run scored and three stolen bases.

G 300|025|0 – |10|11|2
R 000|040|1 – |5|6|2
W – Fernandez; L – Peinado; S – A. Fernandez.
2B – N. Dimillo, Grause, Pina, Simpson (G); HR – Hanson (G). Records – G (4-7); R (4-7).


Sickles 21
Lennard 11

It … uh … I mean … woof. Kohl Robertson homered and was 2-for-4, with four RBI for Sickles, Bobby Christy doubled twice, plated a pair, and Adrian Gutierrez doubled, drove in two, scored twice in a three-hit effort. For the Longhorns, Fransisco Alaniz was 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBI, and Alex Brazer scored three times and had a homer.

L 111 | 71x | x – |11|10|3
S 3(11)3|31x|x – |21|19|1
2B – Guitierrez, B. Christy 2, Dessi, Bly (S); 3B – Jackson (S); HR – Brazer, Alaniz (L); Robertson (S). Records – L (3-5); S (8-2).


Steinbrenner 11
Bloomingdale 7

Steinbrenner hung a seven-spot in the fourth on seven hits, and Evan Cuervo (2-for-4, double) pushed things out of reach the next frame with a two-run homer. Tayden Hall went 3-for-4, with two doubles and two RBI, James Strom stayed hot with two hits and two runs scored, and Eliecer Martinez drove in three on a pair of hits for the Warriors. Colby Shelton had two hits, including a double and RBI, and Donovan Dubuisson doubled and drove in two for Bloomingdale.

S 000|720|2 – |11|15|3
B 200|004|1 – |7|10|1
W – Daniels (0-0); L – Chappell; S – Jackson.
2B – Cuervo, Hall 2, Strom (S); Shelton, Dubuisson, Garrett (B); HR – Cuervo (S). Records – S (5-9); B (9-4).


Wharton 15
Strawberry Crest 3

An Elijah Dukes grand slam, highlighted a three-hit, six-RBI night for the Wharton junior as Wharton unloaded on Strawberry Crest in a five-inning win. Dylan McDonald and Zach Ehrhard were the table setters, combining to go 5-for-8, scoring five times with three doubles, all in support of a five-inning complete-game from Evan Chrest, who earned his second win of the tournament, with seven strikeouts. Arjun Nimmala doubled and Ethan Pues drove in two in the seventh for Strawberry Crest, while Colby Fanning went 2-for-2 with a walk, scoring twice, and Ray Allen Vazquez had a pair of hits.

W   272|40x|x – |15|13|1
SC 100|02x|x – |3|8|6
W – Chrest; L – Boully.
2B – Ehrhard 2, McDonald (W); Ar. Nimmala (SC); HR – Dukes (W); xxxxx (SC). Records – W (9-3); SC (10-2).


Plant City 4
Alonso 2

Jack Brosky doubled in a pair in the fourth to tie the game, and Anthony Grasso and Colin Shultz hit back-2-back RBI doubles as the Raiders rallied for a win against Alonso. Freshman Chase Mobley gave his team five innings on the mound, allowing two runs and striking out five and Tanner Rollyson earned the save working the final two innings.

A    002|000|0 – |2|4|1
PC 000|220|x – |4|9|0
W – Mobley; L – Daley; S – Rollyson.
2B – Morgan (A); Grasso, Shultz, Brosky (PC). Records – A (7-6); PC (8-5).


Newsome 15
Leto 1 – five innings

Evan Wainman’s first of three hits, an RBI single gave his team an early two-run advantage and Newsome never let up in a mercy-rule win over Leto. Wainman, who was 10-for-14 in the tourney, scored a pair and drove in a pair in the win, while Lucas Phelps had two doubles, scored twice and had three RBI, Matt Giles was 2-for-2, with two & two, and Kelsen Johnson doubled and drove in two. Four, one-hit, shutout innings from Josh Pitre earned the win on the mound for the Wolves.

N 229|20x|x – |15|11|2
L 000|01x|x – |1|2|2
W – Pitre; L – H. Perez.
2B – Phelps 2, Johnson, Philpott, Lockhart (N). Records – N (4-6); L (7-6).

Robinson 16
Armwood 3 – six innings

Robinson topped Armwood by mercy-rule on Wednesday as the Knight put up 10 hits, led by a 3-for-3 game at the plate from Tucker Wherman, who had and RBI, and Lamont Akins III who was 2-for-4, with four scored and two driven in. Malachi Hill, Ben Kim and Jacob Maskin each contributed two RBI to the Knights win, and Alex Warner struck out five, allowing one run in five innings of work. For Armwood, Jacob Johns (RBI) and Louie Guy had doubles.

R 203|308|x – |16|10|0
A 001|002|x – |3|6|2
W – Warner; L – Simmons.
2B – Kim, Maskin (R); Guy, Johns (A). Records – A (2-10); R (5-6).


East Bay 7
King 2

A two run single by Riley Linne and a two-run triple from Jeremy Galen gave Eat Bay all it needed against King. Andrew Pierce earned the win for the Indians pitching 3 1/3 innings in his start, allowing two runs (one earned) and striking out four. Bennett Weinard had a double and an RBI for King.

EB 020|410|0 – |7|0|0
K   101|000|0 – |2|0|0
W – Pierce; L – Davis.
2B – Lopez (EB); Weinard (K); 3B – Galen (EB). Records – EB (9-4); K (3-6).


Brandon 11
Carrollwood Day 1 – five innings

Tres Toledo pitched five innings for Brandon, allowing one unearned run and striking out four in a mercy-rule win against Carrollwood Day. Offensively, the Eagles were led by Kendal Spencer’s 3-for-4, two triple, three run, two RBI day at the plate, while the senior also swiped a pair in the win. Josh Blake doubled, driving in two, and Marcos Herrand had a triple and scored twice.

CDS 000|01x|x – |1|1|3
B      032|15x|x – |11|9|2
W – Toledo; L – Reidell.
2B – Howard (CDS); Blake (B); 3B – Spencer 2, Herrand (B). Records – CDS (2-8); B (5-7).