Seffner Christian 4
Northside Christian 0

Seffner Christian senior Dylan Cheeley pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out one and allowing just three hits. Spencer Boynton was 2-for-3, driving in a pair, while Ben Cheek and Connor Loomis each drove in a run. The Crusaders went 3-0 this week, outscoring opponents 19-0.

SC 011|010|1 – |4|7|1
NC 000|000|0 – |0|3|0
W – Cheeley (2-0).
Records – SC (11-2-1); NC (6-7-1).


Jesuit 8
Sickles 2

Sickles took an early lead, but Jesuit would not be denied adding seven runs in the team’s final two at-bats to win a game at home. A Jake Kulikowski RBI triple and a Tyler Corish run-scoring single pushed the Tigers ahead, before Jesuit hung five in the sixth inning highlighted by a Cole Russo RBI single and an RBI double from AJ Nessler. Sickles got on the board in the first on an error and an RBI hit from Adrian Gutierrez, but couldn’t push across anymore runs. Reliever Kris Sosnowski struck out four in three innings on the mound and earned the win for Jesuit.

S 200|000|0 – |2|4|4
J 010|025|x – |8|13|1
W – Sosnowski (3-0); L – B. Christy
2B – Robertson (S); Lohry, Nessler (J); 3B – Kulikowski (J). Records – S (9-4); J (13-1).


Lennard 4
East Bay 0

Lennard scored a pair early, giving two pitchers the support they’d need to deal the Longhorns to a victory over East Bay on Friday. Starter Jack Mueller worked around one hit, striking out four in as many innings, and Carter Payne finished the final three to earn the save. Jaylin Tose was 2-for-4 scoring twice and Keith McClain had a pair of hits, including a double and an RBI. For East Bay, Ben Potsic struck out seven, taking the hard-luck loss as the Indians made five errors and the senior allowed four unearned runs. Jeremy Galen had a triple in the loss.

EB 000|000|0 – |0|3|5
L    200|020|x – |4|7|0
W – Mueller (1-2); L – Potsic (2-1); S – Payne.
2B – McClain (L); 3B – Galen (EB). Records – EB (10-5); L (4-5).


Bloomingdale 6
Freedom 2

Bloomingdale’s Coby Shelton hit a three-run home run to put the Bulls ahead and a trio of pitchers did the rest in a 6-2 win over Freedom. Marlon Bowen went 2-for-3 with two RBI, Drake Harman was 2-for-3 with a run, and John Rosario went 2-for-4, while David Eckaus picked up his fifth win of the season. Chase Chappel pitched three no-hit innings, and Trey Wilson pitched a scoreless seventh. Freedom got on the board immediately as Raul Olivera homered to left to lead off the game, and Luke Richardson singled in a run in the third.

F 101|000|0 – |2|4|3
B 003|201|x – |6|13|0
W – Eckaus (5-2); L – Morrison (1-4).
2B – Dubuisson (B); HR – Olivera (F); Shelton (B). Records – F (6-9); B (10-5).


Riverview 4
Newsome 1

Sharks senior Kipp Kochera tossed a complete game, allowing one unearned run, scattering six hits and striking out one. Nolan Lalond was 2-for-2, with an RBI, Caden Santucci went 2-for-3 scoring once, while John Smith and Gavin Hunter each drove in a run.

R 200|200|0 – |4|8|3
N 000|001|0 – |1|6|2
W – Kochera (1-2).
Records – R (5-7, 1-2 in 7A-8); N (6-7, 2-1 in 7A-8).


Foundation Christian 2
Leesburg First Academy 1

Foundation Christian senior Carson Kull struck out 15 in 6 1/3 innings on the mound, and supported his own cause with an RBI double in a low-scoring game against First Academy. Senior Austin Corn struck out the final two hitters to earn the save.

FA 100|000|0 – |1|3|2
FC 100|010|x – |2|1|0
W – Car. Kull (2-0); S – Corn (1).
2B – Car. Kull (FC). Records – FA (3-6); FC (9-1).


Bishop McLaughlin 11
Brandon 1 – six innings

B    000|010|x – |1|3|2
BM 270|002|x – |11|9|1
W – Boccabello (3-1); L – Toledo (1-3).
2B – Blake (B); Mojica (BM). Records – B (6-9); BM (7-8).


Plant 4
Fort Pierce John Carroll 3

Records – JC (8-6); P (6-9).