Alonso 6, Plant City 5

Alonso got a walk-off win against the visiting Raiders as Jordan Brautigam drew a bases loaded walk in the seventh. Daniel Despaine (3-for-4) stayed hot with his third multi-hit game in a row, scoring a run on a two-run single by Jordan Campos in the fourth inning as the Ravens stretched out a four-run lead. But Plant City’s Drew Cothren drove in a pair with a two-out bases loaded single to cut the lead in half in the fifth inning, and two errors tied the game before the dust settled. Salvador Jaramillo was 3-for-3, scoring twice in the loss for Plant City; and Bryan Alonso went 2-for-3 at the plate for the Ravens and earned his first win of the season, recording the final four outs for Alonso.

P 000|041|0 – |5|6|0
A 100|300|1 – |6|10|3
W – Alonso (1-2); L – H. Carbaugh (1-2)
2B – Scott (P); Alonso (A); 3B – Nunez (A). Records – P (6-9); A (7-8).

Chamberlain 12, #7 Armwood 11

Brennan Kay hit a grand slam, and drove in a run on a sacrifice to give the Storm a lead in the fifth as Chamberlain held off Armwood for a win on Monday. Joshua Torres and Jaden Hyde were both 3-for-3, with a double and scored three times, and Jonathan Torna went 2-for-3 with two RBI in the win. Owen Leever and Robert Brush (three runs) were both 2-for-4 with homers and three RBI for Armwood.

A 112|303|1 – |11|7|2
C 050|241|x – |12|10|2
W – Wormack; L – Hicks; S – Garcia
2B – Jackson, Leever, Hall (A); Hyde, Torres (C); HR – Brush, Leever (A); Kay (C). Records – A (9-4); C (5-11).

Wharton 14, Spoto 4 (6)

A five-run first, keyed by a two-run Jake Turer (3-for-4, three RBI) double, and an RBI triple from Chase Anello (3-for-4, two runs) pushed the Wildcats out ahead and in control against visiting Spoto. Justis Meadows hit his second home run of the season – a grand slam that put things well out of reach in the fifth. Meadows also finished 3-for-4, scoring twice. Luke Sauer earned the win on the mound, working four innings and giving up three earned runs, while striking out four, and Daniel Duno worked two no-hit innings of relief. D’andre Woods was 1-for-2 for Spoto with a two-run single in the fourth.

S 100|300|x – |4|4|2
W 510|044|x – |14|16|1
W – Sauer (1-4); L – Nisy
2B – Turer (W); 3B – Anello (W); HR – Meadows (W). Records – S (3-12); W (6-10).

Robinson 10, Middleton 0 (5)

Robinson senior Mooch Lilly struck out 12 in a five-inning no-hitter, with just two walks issued. Brady Capps was 2-for-2, with a walk and three RBI for the Knights, and his RBI single in the first drove in the deciding run.

M 000|00x|x – |0|0|5
R 240|4xx|x – |10|8|2
W – Lilly (3-3); L – Philmon
Records – M (0-10); R (9-7).

Freedom 6, Tampa Bay Tech 4

Freedom spotted TBT a first-inning run as Javion McKay walked, stole second and scored on a throwing error, but the Patriots answered with a three-spot in the home-first and held off the Titans for the win. Cade Hoffman led off the game for his team with a double and tied the game on a wild pitch and passed ball. Bryce Nanns gave the Patriots the lead with an RBI double, and later scored, and Gavin Tarr was 1-for-3 with two RBI, and pitched four innings to earn his first win of the season, striking out six and allowing two earned runs. Hoffman would support his effort, holding TBT to one unearned in his three-inning save. Mathew Rojas was 1-for-4 for the Titans doubling in a pair in the third inning, and Neomar Flores worked 3 1/3 innings of shutout baseball in relief for TBT.

T 102|010|0 – |4|4|3
F 312|000|x – |6|4|3
W – Tarr (1-1); L – Gibson; S – Hoffman (1)
2B – Bass, Rojas (T); Bra. Nanns, Bry. Nanns, Hoffman (F). Records – T (4-10); F (4-10).

Lennard 11, East Bay 7

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E 322|000|0 – |7|8|3
L 121|610|x – |11|9|2
W – Garcia (2-0); L – Mowel
2B – Garcia (E); Locke, Counts (L); HR – Beauford (E). Records – E (8-5); L (7-8).

Leto 1, Hillsborough 0

Leto’s Arley Duran held Hillsborough to one hit in his five innings on the mound, finishing with 10 strikeouts as the Falcons manufactured a run in the second to leave Billy Reed Field with a win. Isaiah Quinonez singled to lead off the second, took second on a wild pitch and scored on another wild pitch to give the Falcons the win. Caleb Rodriguez worked two perfect innings of relief to earn the save. On the other side, Hillsborough senior Aiden Morales gave the Terriers all he had, striking out 13 in 5 1/3 innings of work, and had his team’s only hit of the game.

L 010|000|0 – |1|2|0
H 000|000|0 – |0|1|1
W – Duran; L – Morales; S – Rodriguez
Records – L (6-8); H (7-8).

Carrollwood Day 12, Hamburg, NY St. Francis 2 (5)

Carrollwood Day strung together four-straight hits in the second inning as Ethan Heintz (3-for-4, two RBI) singled, Caleb Nursey doubled, JD Howard singled in a run, and Wyatt Weston doubled in a pair to put the game out of reach. Nick Bonollo had an RBI sac fly and drove in two runs on a single in the win, and Gabe Troya earned his third win of the season, with five innings of work.

S 011|00x|1 – |2|4|2
C 140|07x|x – |12|13|0
W – Troya (3-0); L – Hanson
2B – Panzarella (S); Nursey, Weston (C). Records – S (0-2); C (14-3).

Bartow 11, Riverview 2

R 000|200|0 – |2|3|2
B 140|033|x – |11|13|1
W – Coward; L – Burt
2B – Shellman (R); Coward, Strickland (B); HR – West (B). Records – R (2-12); B (6-8).