Brooks DeBartolo 6, Cambridge Christian 4

Brooks DeBartolo’s offense put up 15 hits to come away with an afternoon win from Skyway Park. Joe DiCecco‘s two-run double in the sixth pushed Brooks DeBartolo past Cambridge Christian and capped a 3-for-4, three RBI night for the junior, who also pitched four innings in a no decision. Van Gannon was also 3-for-4, doubling and driving in a run, while Griffin Boyce went 2-for-4, scoring two and driving in two for the Phoenix. Cambridge Christian was led at the plate by Torey Thomas (2-for-3, two runs) and Brent Ferris (2-for-3, double, run, RBI).

B 000|402|0 – |6|15|2
C 200|110|0 – |4|5|0
W – Williams; L – Listerman
2B – Valley, DiCecco, Williams, Gannon (B); Thomas, Ferris (C). Records – B (1-2); C (2-3).

Lakeland McKeel 2, Berkeley Prep 1 (9)

Berkeley Prep broke a scoreless game with a ninth-inning RBI single by Josh Herrmann, but the Buccaneers couldn’t hold off Lakeland McKeel as a pair of balks allowed two Wildcats runs. Briggs Tibbals was 3-for-4 with a double for the Bucs. Both teams got incredible starting pitching as Berkeley Prep’s Rivers Kurland struck out 13 in six scoreless innings, while McKeel’s Caleb Clanton struck out 14, and allowed just three hits and a walk across 7 1/3 innings.

B 000|000|001 – |1|5|1
L 000|000|002 – |2|8|1
W – Peddycoart; L – Mitzel
2B – Tibbals (B). Records – B (0-4); L (4-0).

#1 Gaither 7, #10 Bloomingdale 0

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G 100|202|2 – |7|6|1
B 000|000|0 – |0|1|0
W – Fernandez (2-0); L – Porter (0-1)
3B – Lopez (G); HR – Mirza (G). Records – G (5-0); B (2-2).

#5 Sickles 8, #6 Strawberry Crest 1

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Si   350|000|0 – |8|11|1
SC 000|100|0 – |1|3|2
W – Guise (1-1); L – Tweedy (0-1); S – Bly (1)
2B – Yost, Dial, Guise (Si); Conti (SC). Records – Si (3-1); SC (3-1).

Wharton 5, #9 Plant 2

Plant jumped out to an early lead on a solo home run from Rocco DeMarinis and added another run in the second inning when Danny Cerelli hit a leadoff double and scored on an error. But Wharton starting pitcher Chase Andress only allowed two more hits, striking out nine in his six innings of work, before Aaron Wonderley earned the save with a 1-2-3 seventh, with one strikeout. While Andress dealt, the Wildcats put up a big fourth inning with five straight hits, including a two-run double from Jaylen Martin, and back-to-back home runs from Danny Munoz and Zachary Chandler.

P 110|000|0 – |2|4|0
W 000|500|x – |5|5|2
W – Andress; L – Hill; S – Wonderley
2B – Strayer, Cerelli (P); Martin (W); HR – DeMarinis (P); Munoz, Chandler (W). Records – P (2-2); W (2-2).

Lennard 5, Steinbrenner 1

Longhorns sophomore Talan Miranda struck out nine, allowing just a single Steinbrenner run to earn his second win of the season. Kevin Hunter‘s two-run single in the second pushed the game out of reach. Austin Liss singled in the Warriors lone run (Noah Fowler doubled and scored) in the third with a line drive to center.

S 001|000|0 – |1|4|0
L 022|100|x – |5|8|0
W – Miranda (2-0); L – Hessemyer
2B – Fowler (S); Bryant (L). Records – S (1-3); L (3-1).

Carrollwood Day 11, Hollins 7

Carrollwood Day went on the road and took control in the fourth inning in a win at St. Pete Hollins. JT Fuller‘s two-run single put the Patriots ahead, Steven Vargo was 2-for-4 (double, two runs, two RBI, stolen base), Christian Clarke was 2-for-5 with a double and RBI; and Nick Riedel went 2-for-3, with a homer and three RBI in the win. Atticus Huffstutler was 3-for-3, with a double, walk and two RBI for Hollins, and Joshua Castellani homered.

C 011|303|3 – |11|11|3
H 110|202|1 – |7|10|0
W – L. Mazur; L – Ganoe
2B – Clarke, Bonollo, S. Vargo (C); Huffstutler, Buchman, Davies (H); HR – Riedel (C); Castellani (H). Records – C (4-0); H (1-3).

#2 Durant 2, #8 Alonso 0

Five, seventh-inning singles finally got Durant on the board as the Cougars stayed undefeated on the road at Alonso. Chase Mobley struck out 10 in five no-hit innings, with just one walk, before Blaine Rowland pitched two scoreless innings to earn his second win. Mobley drove in the deciding run, and Noah Morales added an RBI single to cushion the lead. Alonso’s Landon Nunez scattered five hits in five innings without allowing a run in a no-decision.

D 000|000|2 – |2|11|0
A 000|000|0 – |0|1|1
W – Rowland (2-0); L – Alonso
Records – D (4-0); A (2-2).

Leto 5, Freedom 1

Demetrios Passalaris worked six innings for Leto, allowing one unearned run and striking out eight s the Falcons defeated Freedom. Denzel Martinez doubled, drove in one and scored one; Julian Najera was 1-for-1 with and RBI double for Leto. Freedom scored in the fourth on a Devon Acord RBI single.

F 000|100|0 – |1|4|5
L 001|004|x – |5|3|1
W – Passalaris; L – Antle
2B – D. Martinez, Najera (L). Records – F (1-3); L (2-2).

Chamberlain 3, Riverview 1

Storm senior Yadiel Garcia struck out 13 in a complete-game, one-hitter as Chamberlain defeated Riverview. Kenneth Madrid had two hits, including driving in the deciding run in the top of the seventh.

C 001|000|2 – |3|8|2
R 001|000|0 – |1|1|1
W – Y. Garcia; L – Tishman
Records – C (2-2); R (0-4).

Sumner 1, Armwood 0

Sumner’s Winston Pennant started off the seventh inning with a single and came around to score the deciding run on a passed ball. The run supported a strong, complete-game effort from sophomore Ethan DeJesus who finished with 10 strikeouts, three hits allowed and one walk. Armwood’s Owen Leever pitched six innings, allowing seven hits and one run; and Reem Jackson was 2-for-3 for the Hawks.

S 000|000|1 – |1|7|0
A 000|000|0 – |0|3|0
W – DeJesus; L – Leever
2B – Parsons (S); 3B – Peralta (S). Records – S (2-2); A (2-2).

Tampa Prep 5, Acad at the Lakes 4

Tampa Prep’s Will Futch bunted for a leadoff single in the fifth before walks stacked up for AATL and gave the Terrapins the lead and the win. Lincoln Bailey worked 4 1/3 innings of relief and earned the win with three strikeouts and one unearned run, and senior Kyle Brill earned the save recording the final five outs.

A 200|010|1 – |4|7|3
T 001|031|x – |5|3|2
W – Bailey; L – Hudson; S – Brill
2B – Thaleen (A). Records – A (1-3); T (2-2).

#3 Jefferson 12, Plant City 2 (6)

Jefferson scored 12 on 12 hits, starting off with a four-run first inning. Moises Gudino got the first of his three hits in the game, scoring twice, Cameron Mallo was also 3-for-4, with a double, triple, RBI and two runs, Ja’Marques Benton scored three times and drove in a run for the Dragons. Cameron Copple struck out five, working four innings to earn the win. Wellington Hehn was 2-for-3 with a double and RBI for the Raiders.

PC 001|001|x – |2|5|4
J    403|302|x – |12|12|0
W – Copple (2-0); L – Hehn (0-2)
2B – Baxter, Hehn (PC); Mallo, Estevez (J); 3B – Mallo (J). Records – PC (1-3); J (4-0).

Seffner Christian 11, Bell Creek 1 (6)

Cyrus Shokrani has homered in three straight for Seffner Christian, including a three-run shot to left to kick off a mercy-rule win at Bell Creek.

S 413|021|x – |11|9|2
B 100|000|x – |1|3|4
W – Duncan (1-1); L – Miller
2B – Ortiz, Morgan (S); Jacobson (B); HR – Shokrani (S). Records – S (2-1); B (2-1).

East Bay 11Tampa Bay Tech 1 (4)

East Bay’s Mike Mowel struck out 11, allowing one run on three hits, and the Indians offense put up eight, first-inning runs highlighted by a two-run single by Rory Beauford Jr. Matthew Rojas scored the Titans run, and had two triples in the loss.

E 8030|0xx|x – |11|3|0
T 010|0xx|x – |1|3|5
W – Mowel (2-0); L – Jones
2B – Smith (E); 3B – Rojas (T). Records – E (3-1); T (0-4).

Brandon 10, Middleton 0 (5)

Sophomore David Ruiz worked five shutout innings, striking out eight in a five-inning mercy-rule win against Middleton. Robert Elder was 2-for-3, with two doubles and scored twice – including the game winner in the first.Charles Rodriguez was also 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run.

M 000|00x|x – |0|3|6
B 513|01x|x – |10|7|1
W – Ruiz (1-1); L – Philmon
2B – Hancock (M); Elder 2 (B). Records – M (0-4); B (1-3).