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Wed. April 9, 2014 | Matt Baker | Email

Softball super 7
Records through Tuesday:
1. Bloomingdale (19-2, 9-1):
A one-run loss to district foe Alonso doesn’t keep the Bulls from ending the regular season atop the county.
2. Chamberlain (17-2, 13-1): The county’s hottest team swept its games at the Kissimmee Klassic, helping Izzy Ordorica and the Chiefs jump to No. 2 in the latest Class 6A state rankings.
3. Plant City (17-4, 9-1): Kacie Booth has batted in eight runs in the past three games — all wins, including triumphs over Durant and Strawberry Crest.
4. Alonso (17-4, 7-3): The Ravens conquered Bloomingdale last week and split their two meetings by one run each. They could meet again in next week’s Class 8A, District 7 title game.
5. Strawberry Crest (19-5, 9-1): Megan Reed’s two-homer game against Tampa Bay Tech marked her fourth contest this year with at least four RBIs.
6. Gaither (14-4, 6-2): An eight-game win streak ended with Friday’s 6-4 loss to Wiregrass Ranch in Gaither’s final district game.
7. Leto (14-4, 11-3): Adri Jones and the Falcons look like they’re headed to the playoffs for the second time in the past decade.
Also considered: Seffner Christian (13-3, 6-2), Holy Names (11-4, 5-1), Jefferson (12-6, 11-2), Durant (14-7, 6-4)

Statistics
Batting

minimum 30 at-bats
Player, school    AB    H    Avg.
A. White, CC    52    36    .692
K. Hoover, BP    60    37    .617
J. Warren, Alo    55    32    .582
V. Smith, CC    50    29    .580
M. Rygiel, CC    56    31    .554
E. Mason, Gai    40    22    .550
J. Schifino, AHN    48    26    .542
B. Rafferty, Rob    48    26    .542
B. Bramwell, AHN    41    22    .537
A. Jones, Leto    57    30    .526
M. Culver, EB    65    33    .508
H. Morrell, Rob    48    24    .500
S. Conlan, Rob    44    22    .500
M. Wetzel, Alo    34    17    .500
R. Carlson, Fre    61    30    .492
C. Simmons, SC    69    33    .478
E. Register, PC    67    32    .478
B. Kursch, Gai    44    21    .477
J. Rogers, TC    42    20    .476
J. Enriquez, AHN    36    17    .472
H. Hernandez, Cha    67    31    .463
E. Molina, PC    48    22    .458
E. Pillers, Alo    46    21    .457
K. Johnson, Alo    44    20    .455
K. Carson, TC    44    20    .455
L. Williams, Cha    77    35    .455
E. Diaz, Cha     73    33    .452

RBIs
35: K. Hoover (BP); 34: E. Diaz, Cha; 32: S. Bell (Dur), B. Kursch (Gai); 29: A. White (CC); 27: M. Reed (SC), C. Simmons (SC); 24: V. Smith (CC), S. Bezares (Dur); 23: G. Street (Fre), E. Small (TC), H. Hernandez (Cha); 22: M. Ward (BP), L. Williams (Cha); 21: E. Register (PC), K. Booth (PC), C. Armstrong (Sic); 20: B. Bramwell (AHN), J. Warren (Alo), R. Sorenson (PC), M. Przeslawski (Pla); 19: M. Culver (EB), A. Jones (Leto), B. Rafferty (Rob), K. Wilson (Ste), C. Clauberg (TC); 18: M. Fung (SC), N. Rivera (Jef); 17: C. Higgins (SCA), E. Pillers (Alo); 16: M. Rygiel (CC), V. Hubbard (CC), G. Seidl (Fre), G. Trejo (Mid); 15: K. Beach (TP), A. Carroll (Alo), A. Weathers (Bla), B. Mull (Fre), R. Harkins (Leto)

Home runs
14: K. Hoover (BP); 9: M. Reed (SC); 7: J. Warren (Alo); 5: M. Fung (SC); 3: C. Simmons (SC), K. Beach (TP);  4: S. Bell (Dur), B. Kursch (Gai), C. Armstrong (Sic); 3: S. Bezares (Dur), K. Tidwell (Dur), D. Scott (Pla), M. Przeslawski (Pla), H. Morrell (Rob), B. Rafferty (Rob), E. Small (TC); 2: B. Bramwell (AHN), T. Linville (SCA), B. Leistl (New), A. Carroll (Alo), A. White (CC), S. Hammons (Dur), M. Culver (EB), N. Rivera (Jef), G. Trejo (Mid), A. Crosby (Rob), G. Anderson (Sic), S. Siwinski (Sic), C. Clauberg (TC), E. Diaz (Cha),  L. Williams (Cha), J. Brownell (Cha)

Stolen bases
16: M. Rygiel (CC); 15: K. Heslin (Gai); 14: M. Fung (SC); A. Weathers (Bla), E. Mason (Gai); 13: J. Schifino (AHN), C. Higgins (SCA); M. Hernandez (Bla), G. Trejo (Mid); 12: C. Simmons (SC), S. Whiting (SCA), H. Hernandez  (Cha); 11: A. Wellen (SCA), R. Carlson (Fre), A. Raymond (Mid), L. Whitt (Rob), J. Rodriguez (Sic), J. Carter (Sic); 10: M. Seifert (SCA), M. Cates (SCA)

Pitching
minimum 40 innings
Player, school    Inn.    W-L    ERA
S. Grat, Gai    67    8-1    0.73
S. Tyler, SC    91.2    12-4    0.99   
C. Feldman, New    64.1    5-6    1.09
A. White, CC    94    12-4    1.19
N. Dietrich, PC    91    13-3    1.23
K. Maxwell, Alo    67.2    10-2    1.24
O. Dwyer, Cha     135    19-3    1.45
M. Przeslawski, Pla    49.2    3-2    1.55
M. Cates, SCA    44.1    6-2    1.58
R. Seifert, SCA    52.2    7-1    1.59
M. Dooley, Wha    74    2-9    1.70
D. Rowley, Pla    51.1    3-4    1.77
S. Todd, SC    49    7-1    1.86
S. Hammons, Dur    78    9-4    1.97
M. Ward, BP    107.1    13-6    2.02
T. Baker, EB    109    10-7    2.06
G. Street, Fre    95    10-4    2.06

Strikeouts
212: A. White (CC); 204: M. Ward (BP); 132: T. Baker (EB); 124: S. Tyler (SC); 123: N. Lopez (Jef); 104: S. Hammons (Dur); 92: O. Dwyer (Cha);  88: M. Dooley (Wha); 84: K. McMillan (Riv); 83: D. Tringali (Pla); 77: M. Parrado (Leto); 69: G. Street (Fre); 67: C. Feldman (New); 63: K. Beach (TP); 60: K. Ramsey (Ste); 59: R. Seifert (SCA), K. Maxwell (Alo), A. Weathers (Bla); 55: D. Rowley (Pla); 53: N. Dietrich (PC); 50: K. Dick (Leto); 48: J. Rogers (TC); 47: T. Purtell (Bla), S. Grat (Gai); 46: K. Allan (Mid); 41: S. Todd (SC)
 

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