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Thu. March 11, 2010 | Eduardo A. Encina

Times’ Super 7
1. Alonso (6-2):
Yes, the Ravens have two early losses, but we still believe they’re the county’s best.
2. Jesuit (6-1): Early win over Steinbrenner proved Tigers will get few challenges in Class 4A-9. Is that good or bad for postseason run?
3. Brandon (6-2): Freedom loss was disappointing, but Eagles average eight runs a game and have two of the county’s best bats.
4. Tampa Catholic (6-1): From the looks of things now, they could be the county’s most balanced team.
5. Bloomingdale (6-1): With a 2.57 staff ERA, fast-rising Bulls head into tonight’s matchup with Brandon with Alonso loss as their only blemish.
6. Gaither (5-2): Cowboys win the games they need to, starting 4-0 in district play in 5A-9
7. Armwood (5-2): Hawks quietly stocking up quality wins, but consistency is lacking.
In the conversation: Steinbrenner (5-1), Sickles (4-3), Jefferson (3-2), Durant (4-3), Riverview (4-4)

Minimum 13 at-bats
Name, school    AB    H     BA

Zach Gawrych, Wha    26    16    .615
Hayden Kelly, Cam    28    17    .607
Dane Moore, Fre    27    16    .593
Nolan Schrenker, Blm    14    8    .571
Nick Alfonso, TC    13    7    .538
Durin O’Linger, Mid    13    7    .538
Christian Diaz, Ste    19    10    .526
Roderick Shoulders, Bra    23    12    .522
James Ramsay, Bra    23    12    .522
Lance McCullers, Jes    23    12    .522
Zac Gilcrease, Cam    28    14    .500
Thomas Dorminy, Alo    24    12    .500
Nick Iacovella, Jes    20    10    .500
Jacob Burgess, Dur    20    10    .500
Tyler Lawson, TBT    16    8    .500

Home runs
3: K’shawn Smith (PC); 2: Gerald Bautista (Ste), Chad Witkoswki (Ste), Gio Marrero (TC), Kyle Madill (PC), Stan Rowe (Plant), Hank McCloud (TC), Tripp Merrell (Sic), Brady North (Gai), Jadamion Williams (B-D), Thomas Dorminy (Alo), Zach Gawrych (Wha), Tyler Guy (Fre), Hayden Kelly (Cam)

15: Andrew Widell (Cam); 14: Zac Gilcrease (Cam); 13: Peter Miller (Cam); 12: Roderick Shoulders (Bra); 11: Jadamion Williams (B-D); 10: Hayden Kelly (Cam); Sam Morgan (Blm), Alex Bacon (Jes), Tripp Merrell (Sic), Zach Gawrych (Wha), Thomas Dorminy (Alo), Tyler Guy (Fre); 9: Derek Self (Cam), Adam Sass (Bra), K’shawn Smith (PC), Stan Rowe (Plant), Sean Cramer (Arm)

Stolen bases
16: Adam Eggnatz (B-D); 12: Jadamion Williams (B-D), Fonzie Diaz (CP); 10: Reshon Ball (B-D); 9: Landon Allensworth (Sef), Josciel Veras (King), Kelvin Mention (B-D); 8: Derrick Smith (Sef); 7: Hank McCloud (TC); 6: Jordan Keys (SC), Roche Woodard (Hil), Zack Jackson (Gai)

Minimum 11 2/3 IP
Name, school    IP    W-L    ERA

Trey Oest, Dur    13    1-0    0.00
Nick Adams, TP; 13    0-3    1.02
Tripp Merrell, Sic    13    1-1    1.08
Anderson Garcia, Blk    12    1-0    1.17
Ryan Ogara, Riv    12    1-0    1.17
Steven Burnham, Blm    14    3-1    1.47
Zack Powers, Arm    14    3-0    1.50

33: George Schmitt (Spo); 26: Christopher Lee (Rob); 24: Zack Powers (Arm); 23: Kyle Brett (Wha); 22: Jose Fernandez (Alo); 20: Grant Sittig (BP), Charlie Baumgartner (Fre); 18: Derek Self (Cam), Garrett Ranson (BP), Anderson Garcia (Blk), Ryan Ogara (Riv); 17: Chase Sparkman (Bra), Tyler Guy (Fre)


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