Sumner 0 – six innings
A trio of seniors combined on a no-hitter for Wharton. Jackson Perkins tossed four innings, striking out four, before Riley Glover and Zach Ehrhard each contributed shutout innings, as the Wildcats defeated Sumner in six innings. Offensively, Dylan McDonald leadoff the home-first with the first of his three doubles in the game, and scored the decider on a David Limbach ground ball. Billy Eich hit a solo home run, and doubled in another, and Quentin Meadows had a two-run homer
S 000|000|x – |0|0|1
W 143|000|x – |10|8|0
W – Perkins (4-0); L – Hancock (0-1)
2B – McDonald 3, Sutton, Eich, Parker (W); Eich, Meadows (W). Records – S (3-6); W (14-3).
Lakeland Victory Christian 4
Foundation Christian 2
Nicolas Fraraccio doubled in a run, and Carson Kull drove in a run, but it was not enough to support Kull on the mound as the Panthers fell at home to Victory Christian. Dylan Carlos was 2-for-4 in the loss. For the Storm, Jackson Vanderzee doubled twice, homered and drove in three.
VC 012|010|0 – |4|3|0
FC 000|000|2 – |2|8|0
W – Whittenton (1-3); L – Car. Kull (2-1)
2B – J. Vanderzee 2 (VC); Fraraccio (FC); HR – J. Vanderzee (VC). Records – VC (5-7); FC (10-1).
Carrollwood Day 7
Cambridge Christian 1
— christian clarke (@Clarkeupnext) April 2, 2021
Carrollwood Day used small ball and took advantage of some Cambridge Christian errors as the offense rewarded two Patriots pitchers for a solid game. Nicholas Riedel struck out four, allowing one unearned run in a three-inning start, before Logan Bapp finished out the final four innings and earned the win allowing no runs on four hits. Brennan Leonhardt singled in one and Christian Clarke doubled in a run to add some insurance for the Patriots.
— Nicholas Riedel (@007nickfury) April 1, 2021
CDS 000|411|1 – |7|5|2
CC 001|000|0 – |1|4|3
W – Babb; L – McQuiston (2-2).
2B – Clarke (CDS); Stephenson (CC). Records – CDS (5-11); CC (6-8).
Seffner Christian 13
Bell Creek 3 – five innings
Fresh off a no-hitter in his last start on the mound, Seffner Christian senior Joey Jensen struck out a dozen in his five innings of work, as the Crusaders ended it early against Bell Creek. Ben Cheek had two doubles and drove in a pair, Avery Cherry also doubled and plated two, while Connor Loomis went 1-for-2, scoring a run and driving in three for SCA.
SC 713|20x|x – |13|5|2
BC 101|01x|x – |3|3|2
W – Jensen (6-1).
2B – Cherry, Cheek 2 (SC). Records – SC (13-2-1); BC (8-4).
Cougars senior Zander Fisk won his fourth straight start, holding Lennard to one hit and striking out eight. Austin Sewell had a double and triple, scoring one and driving in one on offense.
D 100|001|0 – |2|6|0
L 000|000|0 – |0|1|0
W – Fisk (4-0); L – Mueller.
2B – Sewell (D); 3B – Sewell (D). Records – D (13-3, 3-1 in 7A-8); L (4-7, 0-3 in 7A-8).
— Farah Castillo (@FarahhCastillo) April 2, 2021
Farah Castillo doubled and drove in four and Caden Santucci doubled, scored three and drove in two as the Sharks won for the third night in a row. Senior Lucas Chunn earned the win on the mound, working four innings.
R 101|500|7 – |14|10|2
S 020|000|0 – |2|1|1
W – Chunn (1-0); L – Cairns.
2B – Castillo, Weeks, Lopez, Santucci (R). Records – R (9-8); S (1-11).
Hillsborough 4 – six innings
Steinbrenner senior James Strom hit a grand slam, his fourth homer of the season, in his 3-for-4, five RBI night at the plate. Chris Roberts was 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBI; Andrew Burns went 2-for-3, scoring once, and Jake Vildostegui doubled, scored two and drove in a pair.
H 000|040|x – |4|3|6
S 002|093|x – |14|10|1
W – Dorrell (2-2); L – Netolicky (1-3).
2B – Vildostegui (S); HR – Strom (S). Records – H (14-3); S (7-11).
Berkeley Prep 12
Tampa Prep 0
Uncommitted 2021 Andrew DiMisa – 3 for 5 with grand slam – 7 RBIs for Berkeley Prep HS @813Preps @BPBucBaseball @PBR_Uncommitted @ElonBaseball @GUCoachT @TopTierBaseball @FlatgroundBats pic.twitter.com/y0rvJXFnPN
— Joe dimisa (@dimisa_joe) April 2, 2021
Senior Andrew DiMisa drove in seven with a grand slam as Berkeley Prep won on the road at Tampa Prep. Cade Kurland scored three runs and drove in a pair in his two hit night for the Buccaneers, JT Quinn pitched four shutout innings earning the win – upping his run to 18 1/3 innings with a 000 ERA, and Will Parkinson struck out 5-of-6 batters he faced. For the Terrapins, Ben Mensch went 2-for-3.
BP 150|210|3 – |12|9|0
TP 000|000|0 – |0|3|0
W – Quinn (3-0); L – A. Sotiropoulos (0-2).
HR – DiMisa [GS] (BP). Records – BP (14-2); TP (5-7).
Strawberry Crest 5
Plant took advantage of a number of Crest errors, scoring four in the second inning and never looked back. Senior Jac Caglianone struck out 11 in four innings on the mound, while Sam Meade hit a three-run home run and Matthew Ward was 2-for-3 with a triple and two runs scored. Chargers senior Colby Fanning was 2-for-4 driving in a pair.
P 040|003|1 – |8|6|0
SC 010|101|2 – |5|5|8
W – Caglianone (4-1); L – Boully (3-4).
3B – Ward (P). Records – P (7-10); SC (11-6).
East Bay 0
Four Bloomingdale pitchers held East Bay to just four hits as Jack Owens (4ip, one hit, five K’s) earned the win on the mound, and doubled and drove in two at the plate. Drake Harman scored twice and drove in one, while Carlos DeJesus was 2-for-3 with a run scored. For East Bay Jeremy Galen doubled and Stephen Heslin pitched two shutout innings of relief.
EB 000|000|0 – |0|4|3
B 140|300|x – |8|9|0
W – Owens (4-2); L – Potsic.
2B – Galen (EB); Owens (B). Records – EB (11-6, 0-2 in 6A-10); B (12-5, 2-0 in 6A-10).
Alonso scored a pair on wild pitches and one on a bases loaded walk, then held off a Robinson rally to win its fourth-straight. Haile Daley struck out three, allowing two runs over six innings and earning the win, and Christian Del Campo had a pair of K’s in his one-inning save. Senior Zen Hiatt was 1-for-4, extending his hit streak to 17 games. Kevin Blowers doubled and homered in a pair, while Lamont Akins was tagged with the loss, allowing three runs (one earned) and striking out nine.
A 002|001|0 – |3|0|0
R 000|002|0 – |2|0|0
W – Daley (3-2); L – Akins (0-2); S – Del Campo (2)
2B – Blowers (R); HR – Blowers (R). Records – A (11-6); R (6-9).
Blake 9 – six innings
Isaiah Soler went 3-for-4, stealing a pair, scoring there and drove in another, leading Brandon to a six-inning win over Blake. Josh Blake was 2-for-4, with a double, three RBI and scored four times and Daniel Santana was 2-for-3 with a double, three runs and two stolen bases. Johnny De La Rosa struck out seven and earned the win with 3 1/3 innings of work. Reginald Faison Jr. recorded his first career hit for Brandon. Jake Montgomery doubled and drove in two and Brandon Mirza tripled and drove in a run for the Yellow Jackets.
— Reginald Faison Jr (@DubzFaison) April 2, 2021
Bl 111|150|x – |9|7|4
Br 355|312|x – |19|13|3
W – De La Rosa (1-0); L – Woods.
2B – Montgomery (Bl); Smith, Blake, Santana (Br); 3B – Mirza (Bl); Spencer (x). Records – Bl (0-11); Br (7-10).
King 2 – six innings
Jefferson’s Carson Moore won his fifth game on the mound pitching four innings, allowing one run and striking out two, while Joseph Fritz was 3-for-3 with a double and three RBI and Javier James (three Rbi) and Esaias Vega (three runs) each had two hits.
K 010|010|x – |2|5|2
J 042|204|x – |12|9|0
W – Moore (5-0); L – Weinard (0-0).
2B – Fritz, James, Vega (J). Records – K (4-11); J (7-7).
Leto slugged out 15 runs behind a grand slam from Damian Latigua, a three-run home run by Alberto Attias, and a double and three RBI night from RJ Gutierrez. Jagger Sanchez earned the first win of his high school career for the Falcons, tossing two innings. For the Chiefs, Bryant Santana hit a three run home run in the fifth inning.
L 200|802|3 – |15|10|1
C 100|030|0 – |4|1|2
W – Sanchez (1-0); L – Wise.
2B – Gutierrez (L); HR – Latigue [GS], Attias (L); Santana (C). Records – L (11-6); C (1-8).