Tuesday, March 26 Results 

#1 Plant 11, Robinson 0 (5)

Plant senior Garrett Hill pitched a five-inning no-hitter, striking out six, he hit one batter and Robinson had two players reach on errors. Cash Strayer was 2-for-2, with a double, two RBI and a run, Connor Fulmino was 2-for-3, with a double, RBI and three runs scored, and Tanner Swank singled in game’s first run and scored twice.

P 037|01x|x – |11|11|2
R 000|00x|x – |0|0|5
W – Hill; L – Rojas
2B – Fulmino, Strayer, Midyett, DeMarinis (P). Records – P (11-3); R (8-7).

#10 Seffner Christian 8, Brooks DeBartolo 3

Six extra-base hits, including home runs from Ethan Duncan, Garrett Morgan (two-run), and Addy Scott (his county-leading seventh of the season), led Seffner Christian to a win against Brooks DeBartolo. Kris Colondres was 2-for-2, with two doubles, a run and RBI for the Crusaders, William Rudometkin pitched four innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out five for the win, and Austin Trimble pitched three scoreless innings, striking out four. DJ Valley was 2-for-3 with a double for the Phoenix.

B 010|020|0 – |3|5|1
S 000|233|x – |8|8|5
W – Rudometkin (2-0); L – Gannon (1-3); S – Trimble (3)
2B – Valley (B); Colondres 2, Williams (S); HR – Duncan, Scott, Morgan (S). Records – B (4-9); S (10-2).

Berkeley Prep 2, The Villages Charter 1

Berkeley Prep junior Rivers Kurland worked around a seventh-inning unearned run with his 10th strikeout sealing his team’s win against The Villages Charter. Julius Pfau‘s RBI single got the Buccaneers on the board in the third, and Kurland helped his own cause with an RBI single in the sixth.

V 000|000|1 – |1|2|1
B 001|001|x – |3|3|2
W – Kurland; L – Gagne
2B – Kradzinski (V); Farrar (B). Records – V (9-6); B (4-9).

Alonso 6, Gaither 5

Gaither and Alonso traded early leads, then saw the game tied after six innings, but it was a bases-loaded RBI bunt single from Bryan Alonso that gave the Ravens the win in an afternoon game. The Ravens had five players with multi-hit games and put up 12 hits – all singles, save a Carson Vega triple.   Andy Aduriz pitched two scoreless innings of relief, with there strikeouts and picked up the win. Jackson Mirza went 2-for-3 with a run scored for Gaither, and Nico Lopez was 1-for-2, with two walks and scored twice.

G 200|120|0 – |5|5|2
A 400|100|1 – |6|12|2
W – Aduriz (1-0); L – Linares (0-1)
3B – Vega (A). Records – G (9-5); A (6-8).

Steinbrenner 2, #7 Jefferson 1

A bases loaded RBI single from Cayden Hessemyer ended the game in the Warriors favor. Hessemyer was 2-for-3 at the plate and held Jefferson to one run on four hits, with five strikeouts. KJ Sampson singles and scored in the third for Jefferson, and Steinbrenner answered when Kelton Meares did the same in the home-half. Meares picked up the win with a clean seventh inning, and Cameron Copple  struck out five, but took the loss for the Dragons.

J 001|000|0 – |1|4|2
S 001|000|1 – |2|4|1
W – Meares (1-0); L – Copple (2-2)
Records – J (11-4); S (5-8).

Bloomingdale 7, East Bay 2

Cooper Hinson sent a leadoff home run to right in the first, and Bloomingdale added six runs in the fifth. Hinson was 2-for-4 in the win with three RBI, two runs scored, and a stolen base. Dawson Rankin singled in a run, Johnny De La Rosa was 1-for-3 with an RBI, and senior Drew Williams pitched three scoreless innings of relief and earned the win with five strikeouts. Shawn Dowe was 3-for-3 with a run scored for East Bay when Rory Beauford ground ball.

E 000|002|0 – |2|6|2
B 100|060|x – |7|5|1
W – Williams; L – Garcia
2B – Roush, Gingrich (E); HR – Hinson (B). Records – E (8-4); B (8-5).

Wharton 6, Hillsborough 4

Chase Anello two-run double gave Wharton a lead in the bottom of the fifth and held off Hillsborough for a win. Drew Cobb had a triple and double and scored twice, Jairius Morris was 2-for-3 for the Wildcats, and Chase Andress struck out five in five innings of work. Jackson Cande was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Terriers.

H  300|000|1 – |4|4|3
W 002|031|x – |6|9|1
W – Andress (2-2); L – Ireland; S – Garriga
2B – Cobb, Turer, Anello (W); 3B – Cobb (W)). Records – H (7-7); W (5-10).

#5 Sickles 3, Leto 2

Leto and Sickles each scored a run in the first and second innings, and Jordan Yost (1-for-1, two runs, an RBI, two walks) provided the difference maker, walking in the fifth, stealing second and eventually scoring on a wild pitch. Brandon Gonzales gave up two unearned runs in five innings to earn his fourth win, with four strikeouts, and Nick Hartley struck out two in his two-inning relief outing to pick up the save. Denzel Martinez singled in the first inning, moved to third on an error and scored the Falcons’ first run on a double steal, and Erik Perez had an RBI single in the second. Emilio Salgado tied the game with an RBI sac fly in the home-half of the first, and Yost’s single to left made it even again early.

L 110|000|0 – |2|4|0
S 110|010|x – |3|4|4
W – Gonzales (4-0); L – Passalaris; S – Hartley (1)
Records – L (5-8); S (11-3).

Lakeland Christian 3, #2 Jesuit 2

Two unearned Lakeland Christian runs in the seventh pushed the Vikings over the Tigers. Junior Carson Martin allowed just two runs, on three hits and struck out six to earn the win. Will Burke  singled in Jesuit’s run in the fourth. Aiden Knowles struck out seven in five innings on the mound, gave up one unearned on two hits.

L 100|000|2 – |3|3|1
J 000|200|0 – |3|5|3
W – Martin (2-2); L – Waechter (1-1); S – Rutledge (2)
Records – L (9-2); J (10-4).

Clearwater 9, SLAM 8 (9)

Clearwater’s Dylan Wood struck out six in his 2 2/3 innings of relief to earn the win in relief for the Tornadoes. Michael O’Hanlan was 3-for-5 for Clearwater, driving in one and scoring twice, and Colin Kauble went 2-for-4 with two RBI – including the game-winning hit. Alex Duncan was 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBI for the Spartans, and Andrew Bunner was 2-for-5 with a double, two runs scored and an RBI.

S  302|011|010 – |8|9|3
C 400|021|011 – |9|12|3
W – Wood; L – Jardine
2B – Bunner (S); Druding, Wood, Thomas (C); 3B – Duncan, Morales (S); Woodring, Bogue (C). Records – S (8-4); C (5-9).

Riverview 6, Spoto 5 (11)

Freshman Parker Burt gave Riverview 4 1/3 innings of steadying relief as the Sharks put up three, and held off a Spoto rally in the 11th inning. Burt held the Spartans hitless until he started the seventh, giving up a single and a walk, but Xavier Gonzalez was able to keep the Sharks ahead for the save. Cullen Cairns was 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI for Spoto.

R 001|020|000|03 – |6|4|3
S 201|000|000|02 – |5|8|5
W – Burt; L – Wood; S – Gonzalez
2B – Cairns (S). Records – R (2-11); S (3-11).

King 12, Tampa Bay Tech 10

Tampa Bay Tech and King traded leads a few times, before the Titans put up a five-run fifth only to watch the Lions counter with an eight-spot and holding on for a win against its neighbor. Senior Nico Brown (3-for-4, triple, two RBI, two runs) hit two doubles in the eight-run rally, Nicholas Brown was 3-for-4, with a run and RBI, Cooper Messenger went 3-for-3, with two RBI and three runs, and Christopher Davis was 2-for-2 with three RBI in the win. TBT’s Xavier Johnson collected three hits, driving in two runs, Christopher Rojo Jr. scored three times, Javion McKay had two hits, scored twice and drove in one, and Jeremy Bass had an RBI triple.

T 110|015|2 – |10|11|0
K 010|128|x – |12|11|2
W – Fernandez; L – Johnson; S – Rivera
2B – Brown 2 (K); Austin, Schultz (T); 3B – Brown (K); Bass (T). Records – K (6-7); T (4-9).

#4 Carrollwood Day 10, Lakewood 0 (5)

L  000|00x|x – |0|3|3
C 440|00x|x – |10|10|0
W – E.Mazur (2-0); L – Larkin
2B – Jacomino (L); Vargo, Watson (C); HR – Riedel (C). Records – L (2-7); C (13-2).

Strawberry Crest 10, Middleton 0 (5)

M 000|00x|x – |0|2|3
S  401|41x|x – |10|11|0
W – Tweedy (1-2); L – Hancock
2B – Cappucci (S); 3B – Kuracka, Shah, T. Highsmith, House (S). Records – M (0-9); S (8-6).

Cambridge Christian 13, Lakeside Christian 1 (5)

C 006|07x|x – |13|11|1
L 001|00x|x – |1|2|3
W – Listerman; L – Cappiello
HR – Bellomo (C). Records – C (6-7); L (2-7).

#6 Newsome 14, Brandon 4 (6)

N 332|303|x – |14|13|0
B 000|040|x – |4|5|1
W – Glassford; L – Ruiz
2B – Cozart (N); Del Rosario, Ruiz (B); 3B – DiPietro, Spitzer (N). Records – N (11-3); B (1-12).

Foundation Christian 15, Bayshore Christian 0 (4)

B 000|0xx|x – |0|1|1
F 534|3xx|x – |15|11|0
W – Booker; L – Jace
2B – Booker, Salter (F); 3B – Hom (F). Records – B (0-8); F (7-1).

⚾ Monday, March 26 Results 

#3 Durant 7, Lennard 0

Durant senior Blaine Rowland struck out 11 in a complete-game no-hitter against Lennard on Monday. Rowland’s lone blemish was a walk issued to the leadoff batter in the first, and from there he cruised, helping his own cause in the first with a single and scoring on a three-run homer from Noah Morales. Morales doubled in the third, and scored on a B Hayward single; Chase Mobley hit a solo homer in the fifth; and the Cougars added two in the sixth on an RBI double from Rowland (his third hit scored Nick April-Gath – 2-for-3, BB, two runs), and an RBI single from Morales for his third hit.

L 000|000|0 – |0|0|1
D 301|012|x – |7|12|0
W – Rowland (0-0); L – Bird (0-0)
2B – Rowland, Morales (D); HR – Morales, Mobley (D). Records – L (6-8); D (11-2).

Gaither 7, Chamberlain 5

Gaither added three lat runs to rally for a win at Chamberlain on Monday. Josh Choe singled to right to tie the game in the sixth, and a productive ground ball from Ryder Warriner gave the Cowboys the lead for good on the next at-bat. Gaither built a little insurance in the seventh when Anthony Linares led off with a triple, and scored on a Jackson Mirza (2-for-3, two doubles, run) sac fly. A two-run double by Chamberlain’s Brennan Kay gave the Storm a one-run lead in the fifth, but Noah Lockler took over on the mound for the Cowboys and pitched 2 1/3 innings, allowing just one hit and struck out three. Linares finished off the win recording a strikeout to earn the save.

G 301|002|1 – |7|8|1
C 003|020|0 – |5|6|3
W – Lockler (2-1); L – Moyer (0-2); S – Linares (1)
2B – Mirza 2 (G); Kay (C); 3B – Linares (G). Records – G (9-4); C (4-10).

Sumner 8, Plant City 4

Winston Pennant twice doubled in runs as the Stingrays fended off visiting Plant City. Avry Charland pitched five innings, allowing two unearned runs, and struck out one to earn the win, Sebastian Peralta scored three times, and Riley Stevens (two RBI) and Anthony Jacquez were each 1-for-3, driving in runs. Plant City’s Wellington Hehn was 2-for-4 with a double, and Colin Pellicer was 1-for-3 with an RBI.

P 000|202|0 – |4|5|1
S 003|032|x – |8|5|3
W – Charland; L – Werner
2B – Hehn (P); Pennant (S). Records – P (6-8); S (8-4).

Hillsborough 12, Tampa Bay Tech 6

Hillsborough tipped things in its favor with a four-run fourth inning at TBT on Monday, as the Terriers put up four singles and three walks. Kyler Martin (double, three RBI), Robbie McNamara (RBI) and Jackson Cande (two runs, RBI) each had three-hit games. For the Titans, Mathew Rojas was 2-for-3, with two runs scored and an RBI, and Mehki Johnson went 3-for-3 with a run.

H 120|431|1 – |12|14|4
T 201|210|0 – |6|7|2
W – Davis; L – Andrus-Rhoads
2B – Martin, Font (H); 3B – Morales (H). Records – H (7-6); T (4-8).

Steinbrenner 6, Alonso 4

Steinbrenner junior Landen Boever gave his team three perfect innings of relief as the Warriors took control late in a district win against Alonso. After the Ravens scored three, first-inning runs – thanks in part to a Samuel Fernandez RBI single – the Warriors and Ravens traded runs in the third before Steinbrenner took control in the final two innings. Austin List had two RBI in the win, including a run scoring single in the seventh, Aidan Forde brought Liss in with a fielder’s choice to give the Warriors the lead, and Cayden Hessemyer scored on a double-steal to add some cushion to the lead.

S 001|001|4 – |6|9|3
A 301|000|0 – |4|3|2
W – Boever (1-0); L – Padilla
2B – Despaine (A). Records – S (5-8); A (5-8).

Bloomingdale 4, Wharton 2

It was a bullpen day for the Bulls as Bloomingdale had seven pitchers appear in a home win against Wharton. Vinnie Dinzeo tripled in a pair to get Bloomingdale on the board, but the Wildcats answered in the next half-inning scoring two runs on a Drew Montgomery single and Bulls error. Bloomingdale took the lead for good in the fifth as a fielding error and throwing error allowed Cooper Hinson (two runs) and Isaiah Perez to score. Johnny De La Rosa picked up the win with 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, adding four strikeouts, and Dawson Rankin struck out one while earning the save. Wharton’s Daniel Duno pitched five innings, taking the loss, allowing four unearned runs on just two hits, and had four strikeouts.

W 000|200|0 – |2|6|4
B  002|020|x – |4|2|3
W – De La Rosa (2-1); L – Duno; S – Rankin (2)
2B – Johnstone (W); 3B – Dinzeo (B). Records – W (4-10); B (7-5).

#8 Tampa Catholic 4, Tampa Prep 2

Cal Johnson hit a two-run, walk-off home run as the Crusaders defeated visiting Tampa Prep – the first of his season – while going 2-for-4, with a stolen base. TC used five different pitchers in the win with Dominic Woodward being the beneficiary of the late win, pitching one inning and striking out two. Woodward and Jose Carrero each singled in runs in the first inning for the Crusaders. For Tampa Prep, Kyle Brill singled in a run in the second, and Liam Akins (3-for-4) hit an RBI triple in the sixth.

TP 010|001|0 – |2|7|1
TC 200|000|2 – |4|6|1
W – Woodward; L – Bailey
3B – Akins (TP); HR – Johnson (TC). Records – TP (8-6); TC (9-4).

Shorecrest Prep 3, Carrollwood Day 2 (8)

C 002|000|00 – |2|8|0
S 200|000|01 – |3|6|1
W – Register ; L – Babb
2B – Ryan (S); HR – Thomas (S). Records – C (12-2); S (4-8).

#9 Armwood 11, Freedom 1 (5)

F 100|00x|x – |1|3|2
A 601|4xx|x – |11|9|0
W – Leever (2-0); L – Weinard
2B – Bra. Nanns, Hoffman (F); Hall (A). Records – F (3-10); A (9-3).

Academy at the Lakes 15, Cambridge Christian 3 (5)

C 100|20x|x – |3|4|4
A (12)10|2xx|x – |15|7|1
W – Thalleen (2-1); L – Snider
2B – Monzon (A). Records – C (5-7); A (7-5).