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Thu. March 7, 2013 | Rodney Page | Email

Baseball super seven

1. East Lake (8-1): Got a big win over Sarasota Riverview and top pitcher Cory Labsan but took its first loss Thursday against Hillsborough No. 1 Jesuit. Today’s matchup with North Port is a big game.

2. Seminole (7-1): Tough games at Winter Haven and Lake Wales await. Right now Warhawks have good pitching and defense, and just enough offense.

3. Clearwater Central Catholic (8-1): After losing to Lakewood on opening day, the Marauders have won eight straight. Benito Mendizabal, Britton Araujo, Brenden Overton and Andrew Mink are all hitting over .400.

4. Pinellas Park (7-2): What a week for Patriots pitching. Evan Graves threw a no-hitter against St. Petersburg, and Brandon Grigsby shut out Northeast on Tuesday. Big test at Seminole awaits.

5. Countryside (5-2): Cougars haven’t lost at home (5-0), but losses at Northeast and Seminole were bumps in the road. Countryside has enough pitching and defense to win games.

6. Calvary Christian (5-2): With Matt Piatt hitting and Nate Reed pitching, the Warriors are tough to beat. Head-scratching loss to Indian Rocks Christian their last time out, however.

7. Palm Harbor University (4-4): Granted, the record doesn’t impress, but the losses have been to Calvary Christian, East Lake, Seminole and a good Sarasota Riverview team.

Statistics
Batting
(minimum 18 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
K. Brown, Dun    24    16    .667
R. Reinoso, PP    21    14    .667
R. Broaderick, KC    25    15    .600
P. Holland, KC    25    14    .560
M. Piatt, Cal    21    11    .524
C. Baptist, Sem    23    12    .522
D. Weber, PP    23    12    .522
N. Stanney, DH    25    13    .520
B. Mendizabal, CCC    30    15    .500
B. Maxwell, Ne    29    14    .483
G. Hodges, EL    27    13    .481
J. Hollis, DH    25    12    .480
B. Auerbach, PHU    23    11    .478
B. Araujo, CCC    21    10    .476
I. Smith, StP    19    9    .474
M. Ferrandiz, Lkw    34    16    .470
A. Aiani, KC    22    10    .455
C. Copeland, Lkw    29    13    .448
B. Overton, CCC    29    13    .448
M. Geller, SPC    18    8    .444
B. Stevens, Cs    18    8    .444
T. Strominger, EL    27    12    .444
T. Suarez, KC    23    10    .435
A. Mink, CCC    26    11    .426
E. Olivero, PHU    24    10    .417
B. Krayer, Cs    22    9    .409
A. Lovett, Lkw    33    13    .394
M. Schaefer, IRC    28    11    .393
D. Rodica, Can    18    7    .389
A. Mosgaard, DH    21    8    .381
B. Depperman, EL    16    6    .375
S. Petrilyak, Lar    24    9    .375
D. Vimond, Ne    24    9    .375
C. Howd, Shc    27    10    .370
L. Lopez, Cal    19    7    .368
A. Rhoads, Shc    19    7    .368
C. Clark, Ne    30    11    .367
A. Brown, DH    22    8    .364
N. Nolan, Sem    22    8    .364
D. Pink, Lkw    28    10    .357
J. Mugavero, Ne    23    8    .348
T. Short, Lar    23    8    .348
S. Withrow, Sem    23    8    .348
S. Mullen, PHU    27    9    .333
S. Priest, IRC    24    8    .333
K. Menne, BC    25    8    .320
G. McDaniel, Cal    19    6    .316

Home runs
3: B. Overton (CCC), 2: Piatt (Cal), Auerbach (PHU), Short (Lar)

RBIs
16: M. Ferrandiz (Lkw), 11: Piatt (Cal), 10: Auerbach (PHU), Reinoso (PP), Holland (KC), 9: Vimond (Ne), Clark (Ne), Brown (Dun), 8: Maronpot (EL), Anderson (Ne), Mann (Sem), Baptist (Sem)

Stolen bases
14: B. Cooke (AFA), 12: L. Latimer (Lkw), 10: Broaderick (KC), 9: C. Copeland (Lkw), 8: Baptist (Sem), Reinoso (PP), 7: Rovello (EL), Clark (Ne), 6: Henniger (Lar), Craft (Sem), McGathey (Sem), Weber (PP), Peterson (PP), Llerena (IRC), 5: Geller (SPC), A. Lovett (Lkw), Simmons (DH), 4: M. Ferrandiz (Lkw)

Pitching
(minimum 10 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
E. Graves, PP    12.1    2-0    0.00
W. Shay, PHU    12.2    2-0    0.00
J. Mielock, Cs    19    2-1    0.37
D. Broeseker, Cal    15.2    3-0    0.45
R. Wall, EL    11.0    2-0    0.62
A. Cartenuto, SPC    10.1    1-0    0.68
B. Depperman, EL    14.0    3-0    1.00
C. Churchill, EL    13.0    2-0    1.08
B. Grigsby, PP    24    2-1    1.17
T. Watkins, BC    17    2-0    1.24
W. Oberst, IRC    14.2    1-1    1.43
R. Broaderick, KC    14.1    2-1    1.47
J. Vaskovsky, PP    13    3-1    1.62
N. Nolan, Sem    16    3-0    1.75
A. Hart, Dun    15.7    1-2    1.78
S. Valentine, Can    15.1    2-0    1.83
C. Tison, Ne    19.0    1-2    1.84
B. Lopez, Lks    11    1-1    1.91
B. Cooke, AFA    17.2    2-1    1.98
J. Hollis, DH    24    2-2    2.04
R. Degnan, PHU    10.0    1-1    2.10
A. Chesson, Dun    16    2-1    2.19
N. Reed, Cal    21.1    1-2    2.62
C. Gaskin-Aukett, Ne    20.2    3-0    2.71
C. Copeland, Lkw    16.2    1-0    2.92
M. Leary, DH    19    2-2    2.95

Strikeouts
33: Reed (Cal), Grigsby (PP), 30: Mielock (Cs), 29: Broaderick (KC), 25: Valentine (Can), 23: Hollis (DH), 20: Broeseker (Cal), 19: C. Copeland (Lkw), Chesson (Dun), Cooke (AFA), 18: Depperman (EL), Lopez (Lks), 17: Tison (Ne), 15: Oberst (IRC), Schaeffer (BC), 14: Gaskin-Aukett (Ne), Lovett (Sem), Vaskovsky (PP), 13: Miller (IRC), Palm (IRC), Falcone (Shc), Watkins (BC), 12: Shay (PHU), Craft (Sem), Leary (DH), 11: Wall (EL), Rothwell (Shc), 10: O’Keeffe (SPC), Graves (PP)

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