Riverview 8, Sarasota 5 (8)

Riverview jumped out early with four runs on Sarasota, and battled to extra innings before the Sharks sank the Sailors with a three-run eighth inning. Freshman Justin Edwards (who was 2-for-2, with a RBI and walk) started off the extra inning with a single, and scored the deciding run on a Gabe Boltz line drive hit, before the Sharks added insurance on a double steal and an error. Anthony Jacquez was 2-for-3 with a double, two runs and an RBI, Sebastian Rojas also had two hits, including a two-run double in the first inning, and Ryan Butner added two hits (including a double) and a run, and provided some great defense. Connar Satterfield pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings of relief, before turning the ball over to Michael Sims-Gallagher, who held the Sailors to two hits and recored the final five outs to pick up the win.

R 401|000|03 – |8|10|3
S 103|010|00 – |5|9|1
W – Sims-Gallagher; L – Bendever
2B – Rojas, Jacquez, Butner (R); Maszak, Binswanger (S); 3B – Perez (S). Records – R (7-14); S (16-7).


Wharton 10, East Bay 9

Wharton was able to hold off East Bay for a win on the road on Saturday as the Wildcats put up crooked numbers in three-straight innings. Four, fifth-inning doubles from Justis Meadows (2-for-3, run, RBI), Jake Turer (2-for-3, run, RBI), Drew Cobb (3-for-4, two runs, RBI), and AJ Johnstone (1-for-3, three RBI) keyed a five run inning to push Wharton out just far enough. East Bay tried to rally for a win in the final inning for the second-straight game scoring four on a home run by Kyler Browning (4-for-4, double, two runs, three RBI), and two errors, but the Indians couldn’t scratch out the tying run. Jeffrey Diab (run) and Bobby Hayes (two RBI, run) each had two hits in the loss.

W 002|350|0 – |10|11|6
E  001|130|4 – |9|9|6
W – Duno; L – Simonson
2B – Anello, Meadows, Johnstone, Turer, Cobb (W); Browning, Andrews, Beauford (E); HR – Browning (E). Records – W (10-11); E (4-14).


Armwood 7, Brandon 1

Armwood‘s KJ Leshko was 3-for-4 with two doubles, two RBI and two runs scored to lead the Hawks offense in a 7-1 win. Junior Matthew Hall earned the win with three, shutout innings on the mound, allowing one hit and striking out two.

B 000|000|0 – |1|2|1
A 402|100|x – |7|9|1
W – Hall; L – (0-0); S – (0)
2B – Leshko 2, Smith, Leever, Rodriguez (A). Records – B (3-18); A (13-8).


#1 Sickles 5, Lennard 1

Sickles scored four runs to break a tie game in the sixth as Justin Allen tripled in a pair, and Jordan Yost (RBI sac bunt) and Luke Fikar (2-for-3, double) singled in a run as the Gryphons defeated Lennard on the road. Cameron Guise allowed one run across four innings, giving up just three hits and striking out four, before scoreless relief from Thomas Bly (2ip, one hit, one K) and Fikar (1ip, two K’s). Lennard took a second-inning lead on a solo home run by Alex Brazer – his fourth of the season.

S 000|104|0 – |5|5|0
L 010|000|0 – |1|4|0
W – Guise; L – Mueller
2B – Fikar (S); Covey (L); 3B – Allen (S); HR – Brazer (L). Records – S (20-2); L (14-8).


Steinbrenner 3, Hillsborough 0

Steinbrenner fended off visiting Hillsborough as Charles Williams gave his team the lead in the third with an RBI double. The Warriors built on the lead an inning later when Bryce Andrews doubled to start the fourth and scored on an error, and Andrews added a solo home run to right in the sixth. Kelton Meares pitched five shutout innings, striking out four and allowing five hits, and Ethan Humphreys earned a save with three strikeouts in two, no-hit innings. Curtis Roberts hit a first-inning triple for the Terriers.

H 000|000|0 – |0|5|2
S 001|101|x – |3|5|1
W – Meares; L – Martin; S – Humphreys
2B – Williams, Andrews (S); 3B – Roberts (H); HR – Andrews (S). Records – H (8-13); S (13-10).


Newsome 6, Robinson 0

Wolves senior Evan Dempsey held Robinson scoreless in a complete-game effort, striking out nine and allowing three hits and a walk. Dempsey also singled in the deciding run in the second inning, while Brayden Moon and Luke Peterson each went 2-for-3 with two RBI, Ryan Spitzer had three hits, and Nick Balasko went 2-for-3, with an RBI and two runs scored.

R 000|000|0 – |0|3|1
N 011|220|x – |6|11|0
W – Dempsey; L – Jennewein
2B – Moon, Walton (N). Records – R (8-12); N (14-7).


SLAM 6, Indian Rocks Christian 4

SLAM rallied late with a five-run sixth inning, highlighted by an RBI single from Elio Borjas to defeat IRC. Ayden Rivera was 2-for-4 with an RBI, and Jayden Jardine picked up a win in relief, allowing one unearned run in two innings of work.

S 000|005|1 – |6|5|1
I  110|011|0 – |4|8|4
W – Jardine; L – Jones
2B – Maddox (I). Records – S (14-8); I (8-11).


#8 Jefferson 10, Bloomingdale 0 (5)

Mikey Marroquin allowed one hit over five innings, worked around five walks and struck out five, before the Dragons unloaded with two outs in the fifth to mercy-rule visiting Bloomingdale on Saturday. Alejandro Aguilar and Justin Estevez both doubled and drove in three in the win, Hayden Sekanick was 3-for-3 with an RBI, and Cameron Mallo (double, two runs) and Jayden Vazquez (run) each had two hits.

B 000|00x|x – |0|1|0
J 100|18x|x – |10|11|0
W – Marroquin (5-4); L – Magadan (3-3)
2B – Aguilar, Estevez, Mallo (J). Records – B (13-7); J (14-6).


Leto 15, Spoto 8

Santiago Sánchez-Barros was 4-for-4 with a homer, five RBI and scored twice as Leto pounded out 15 runs on 17 hits at Spoto. Isaiah Quinonez  (3-for-5, two doubles, three runs, two RBI), Caleb Rodriguez-Molina (2-for-4, double, two runs, two RBI) and Arley Duran (3-for-3, two RBI) set the pace on offense for the Falcons. For Spoto, leadoff Abel Jimenez (run, RBI) and Peyton Nisy (two doubles, run, three RBI) each had three hits.

L  211|070|4 – |15|17|4
S 113|000|3 – |8|9|4
W – Rodriguez-Molina; L – Cairns
2B – Quinonez 2, Rodriguez-Molina, Monje (L); Nisy 2, Jimenez (S); HR – Sanchez-Barros (L). Records – L (7-11); S (9-13).


#3 Durant 7, Chamberlain 0

Durant scored three runs in the third, highlighted by back-to-back homers from Noah Morales and Blaine Rowland, and later got a solo homer from Brantley Hayward in a shutout win at Chamberlain.

D 003|200|2 – |7|9|1
C 000|000|0 – |0|2|3
W – Brown; L – Wormack
3B – LaPointe (D); HR – Morales, Rowland, Hayward (D). Records – D (17-4); C (11-10).


Plant City 10, Tampa Bay Tech 0 (5)

Plant City junior Chase Mobley struck out nine, allowing just a double to TBT’s Stacey Robinson, in a shutout, five-inning win. Senior Anthony Palestrini was 3-for-3 with a homer and two doubles, while driving in four for the Raiders in the win. Tampa Bay Tech junior Javion McKay swiped two bases, breaking the school’s single-season stolen base record, and is 25-for-26 this year.

T 000|00x|x – |0|1|1
P 325|0xx|x – |10|5|0
W – Mobley; L – Bass
2B – Robinson (T); Palestrini 2, Robert (P); HR – Palestrini (P). Records – T (3-14); P (11-11).


#7 Strawberry Crest 10, Sumner 0 (5)

Brayden DiCerb (W, 2ip, one hit, two K’s) and Alex Philpott (Sv, 3ip, six K’s) held Sumner scoreless in a five-inning mercy-rule win. Arjun Nimmala belted a two-run home (his sixth of the year) to kick things off for the Chargers in the first inning.

SC 280|00x|x – |10|7|0
Su 000|00x|x – |0|1|2
W – DiCerb; L – Wilder; S – Philpott.
HR – Ar. Nimmala (SC). Records – SC (14-6); Su (10-10).