Cambridge Christian 10, Sarasota Christian 5

Cambridge Christian junior Brody Bellomo reached base in all four of his at-bats, with a homer, double, two RBI and three runs scored to help the Lancers win against visiting Sarasota Christian. And a trio of eighth graders had strong games as Torey Thomas was also 2-for-2 with a walk and a hit-by-pitch, scoring four times and driving in a run, Blake Hafner was 2-for-4 with a run and RBI, while Trigg Listerman pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowing one earned run and striking out seven.

S 000|041|0 – |5|10|3
C 202|303|x – |10|10|4
W – Listerman; L – Baum
2B – Poznanski (S); Bellomo (C); HR – Bellomo (C). Records – S (3-4); C (5-6).

Berkeley Prep 8, River Ridge 4

Berkeley Prep’s Joseph Troupe hit a three-run homer in the first inning, and added an RBI single from Julius Pfau (2-for-4, run, three RBI) in the second. But River Ridge climbed back to tie the game with Jack French singling in the first and scoring on an error, and doubling in a run in the second, and Tommy DeLoreto singling in a pair in the fourth. It was Pfau again coming through to give his team the lead for good in the sixth with a two-run double. Rivers Kurland pitched five innings, and allowed two earned, while striking out six, and Parker Mitzel held the Royal Knights to a single hit in two innings of relief with three strikeouts.

B 310|004|0 – |8|8|3
R 110|200|0 – |4|7|0
W – Kurland; L – Linares
2B – Pfau, Parker (B); French (R); HR – Troupe (B). Records – B (2-9); R (5-7).

#9 Armwood 5, Wharton 4

Wharton’s Justis Meadows led off the game with a double and scored on a Danny Munoz sac fly, but Armwood answered immediately with Reem Jackson tying the game with a single, and Matthew Hall driving in a pair. Rhys Brush would extend the lead with a two-run single to center. Wharton fought back with a three-run fifth started by a home run to right by Chase Anello, the first of his high school career, and a two-run hit from Munoz, but Hawks senior Alonzo Godwin stranded the tying run with back-to-back strikeouts. Zalen Hicks worked 4 1/3 innings, allowing three earned and striking out three, and Hall earned the save with a 1-2-3 seventh inning.

W 100|030|0 – |4|7|1
A  302|000|0 – |5|4|2
W – Hicks (1-0); L – Sauer; S – Hall
2B – Turer, Meadows (W);  HR – Anello (W). Records – W (4-9); A (8-3).

Plant City 4, Spoto 2

Plant City got a leadoff single from Drew Cothren to start the home-sixth, moved on a double from Brenham Hay and scored on a productive out from Logan Teeden to give the Raiders the leading run in the sixth. Lane Baxter tripled in the third and scored on an error, and Colin Pellicer scored on a passed ball. The Spartans tied the game in the top of sixth with a run on an error and a Cullen Cairns RBI single. Cairns struck out seven, working five innings and allowing two unearned runs for Spoto, while Jake Carbaugh struck out 13 in 5 1/3 innings, before turning the ball over to his brother Hunter Carbaugh, who recorded the final five outs, three of those were strikeouts.

S 000|002|0 – |2|4|2
P 002|002|x – |4|6|1
W – H. Carbaugh (1-1); L – Nisy
2B – Hay (P); 3B – Baxter (P). Records – S (3-9); P (5-7).

#6 Sickles 8, Blake 3

Emilio Salgado was 3-for-4, with a double to right in the first, finishing with two RBI and scoring once for Sickles. Jake Taylor pitched three no-hit innings, striking out four to earn the win. Ashton Goggins singled in a run in the fifth for the Yellow Jackets, and Victor Mendez doubled in the sixth and scored on a Zechariah Ayers RBI single.

S 312|200|0 – |8|6|1
B 000|021|0 – |3|3|4
W – Taylor (1-0); L – Anthony
2B – Gonzales, Salgado (S); Mendez (B). Records – S (9-3); B (1-7).

Tampa Bay Tech 17, Chamberlain 13 (8)

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T 740|001|14 – |0|0|0
C 400|223|20 – |0|0|0
W – Johnson; L – Madrid
2B – Shultz, Rojo (T); Hyde, Madrid, Bourdon (C); 3B – McKay (T); HR – Jones (T). Records – T (4-7); C (3-9).

#4 Plant 3, #3 Jefferson 0

Plant senior Rocco DeMarinis held Jefferson off the scoreboard, allowing just six singles and no walks in a complete-game shutout. He finished with two strikeouts on just 76 pitches. Cash Strayer led off the game with a single and scored on a Urban Ellis (2-for-4) hit providing the deciding run. Strayer doubled in a run in the third, and singled and scored on a DeMarinis single in the fifth.

P 101|010|0 – |3|8|0
J 000|000|0 – |0|6|2
W – DeMarinis; L – Van Meter
2B – Strayer (P). Records – P (9-3); J (10-3).

Gaither 6, Robinson 1

Nico Lopez doubled in two runs in the first, followed by back-to-back home runs from David Pina and SJ Branham as the Cowboys defeated visiting Robinson. Zach Callahan worked five innings, allowing one unearned run and striking out five. Brady Capps was 3-for-4 for the Knights, with Robinson scoring  a run in the second when Collin Rosenberg singled and scored on an error. Ryder Warriner drove in Branham for a Gaither insurance run in the sixth.

R 010|000|0 – |1|5|2
G 500|001|x – |6|5|2
W – Callahan (4-1); L – Hardin
2B – Lopez (G); HR – Pina, Branham (G). Records – R (7-6); G (8-4).

#5 Durant 7, #10 East Bay 0

Durant senior Gehrig Graham pitched six scoreless innings, holding East Bay to three hits and a walk, while striking out eight, and Jack Brooks struck out two in an inning of relief. Nick April-Gath reached on an error in the first, scoring on a Noah Morales single to give the Cougars the deciding run. Morales upped his average to .472 with 16 RBI, including an RBI single in the seventh. April-Gath tripled in a run in the win, and Devin Suero went 2-for-3 with two runs. Shawn Dowe was 2-for-3 for the Indians.

D 102|010|3 – |7|10|1
E 000|000|0 – |0|3|2
W – Graham (0-0); L – Mowel
3B – April-Gath (D). Records – D (10-2); E (8-3).

#2 Carrollwood Day 2, Palm Harbor 0

Nick Riedel (2.2ip, three strikeouts) and Logan Mazur (win, 4.1ip, three K’s) held Palm Harbor to one hit apiece as the Patriots handed the Hurricanes its first loss of the year. Riedel doubled to lead off the second and scored the eventual game-winner on an Allen Soriano sac fly; and Christian Clarke doubled in the third and scored on an Ethan Heintz RBI single.

P 000|000|0 – |0|2|0
C 011|000|x – |2|4|0
W – Xxxxx (0-0); L – (0-0); S – (0)
2B – Huddleston (P); Riedel, Clarke (C). Records – P (9-1); C (12-1).

#7 Newsome 7, Sumner 3

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S 100|000|2 – |3|4|1
N 402|001|x – |7|5|2
W – Walton; L – DeJesus
2B – Peterson (N). Records – S (6-4); N (9-3).

Seffner Christian 13, Hernando Christian 3

Colin Patten was 4-for-4, with a homer, double, three RBI and four runs scored, and Asher Stoltzfus pitched four innings of scoreless relief for Seffner Christian. Cyrus Shokrani drove in five in the win, and Jenuel Ortiz went 4-for-5, with two RBI and four runs scored.

H 120|000|x – |3|6|1
S 230|251|x – |13|15|0
W – Shokrani (2-1); L – Euler; S – Stoltzfus
2B – Morgan, Scallon, Patten (S); HR – Craver (H); Patten (S). Records – H (4-6); S (9-2).

Hillsborough 12, Middleton 0 (5)

Terriers senior Aaron Ireland struck out 10 in a five-inning no-hitter against Middleton, issuing just one walk. Chase Dennis went 3-for-4, with four RBI and two runs scored, Antonio Davis was 2-for-3 with a double, triple, run and RBI, and Jackson Cande was 2-for-3, with a run and three RBI.

M 000|00x|x – |0|0|1
H 305|4xx|x – |12|10|2
W – Ireland; L – Philmon
2B – Davis (H); 3B – Davis (H). Records – M (0-7); H (6-6).

Glen St. Mary Baker County 4, Tampa Prep 1

B 000|001|3 – |4|4|1
T 000|100|x – |1|5|3
W – Altman; L – Bailey ; S – Chauncey
2B – Adams (B). Records – B (6-4); T (8-4).

Strawberry Crest 13, Freedom 2 (6)

S 051|133|x – |13|14|1
F 100|010|x – |2|6|3
W – Conti; L – Antle
2B – Knight (S); Cress, Hoffman, Harris (F); HR – Nimmala, Hall, T. Highsmith (S). Records – S (7-5); F (2-9).

Academy at the Lakes 13, Brooks DeBartolo 6

B 002|130|0 – |6|4|3
A 009|211|x – |13|6|1
W – Hudson; L – Gannon
2B – Gutierrez (B); Thalleen (A); HR – Alvarez (A). Records – B (4-6); A (4-5).

Foundation Christian 22, Gulf Coast HEAT 0 (4)

F 3(19)0|0xx|x – |22|9|0
H 000|0xx|x – |0|1|2
W – Williams
2B – Salter, Coakley (F). Records – F (6-1); H (1-6).

Lennard 15, Brandon 0 (4)

B 000|0xx|x – |0|2|2
L 244|5xx|x – |15|5|0
W – Skaggs; L – Rodriguez
2B – Ruiz (L). Records – B (1-10); L (6-6).

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#1 Jesuit 22, Mitchell 2 (5)

J  524|38x|x – |22|18|0
M 020|0x|x – |2|4|0
W – Knowles (3-0); L – McRaven
2B – Pirela, Earnest, Lozano, Thomas, DeCarlo, Burke (J); 3B – Waechter (J); HR – Pirela, DeCarlo (J). Records – J (9-2); M (2-8).

King 20, Middleton 0 (5)

K 562|16x|x – |20|13|1
M 000|00x|x – |0|3|3
W – Rivera (2-2); L – Hancock
2B – Davis, Messenger, Hill, Nicholas Brown (K); 3B – Nico Brown (K). Records – K (6-6); M (0-6).