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Fri. April 19, 2013 | Matt Baker | Email

Baseball super seven
Records through Thursday
1. Hernando (19-5): Leopards earned the top spot with Thursday’s 4-0 win over Land O’Lakes. USF signee Brandon Lawson had eight strikeouts in the win, and UF recruit Christian Arroyo finished 4-for-4.

2. Land O’Lakes (20-5): Pasco County’s top team has lost to Hernando County programs twice in the past week. But the Gators remain favorites to reach the playoffs and could earn their first postseason victory since 2000.

3. Mitchell (20-5): Marcus Begg is on a 20-game hitting streak with three home runs in the past seven games. His Mustangs have the best shot to upset Land O’Lakes in districts.

4. Springstead (13-7): Eagles continued an up-and-down season, sandwiching a loss to Hernando between an impressive win over Land O’Lakes and a blowout victory over Weeki Wachee.

5. Wiregrass Ranch (16-7): A 3-1 win over crosstown rival Wesley Chapel, plus victories over Mitchell and River Ridge, suggest the Bulls are getting hot at the right time.

6. Pasco (17-8): Lane Stancil and AJ Rainaldi have quietly put up strong seasons, each batting better than .450 with three homers and a combined 47 RBIs.

7. Wesley Chapel (16-7): A six-game win streak ended this week with loses to Land O’Lakes and Wiregrass Ranch.

(minimum 25 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
J. Nissen, LOL    64    34    .531
C. Arroyo, Her    81    42    .519
K. Custer, WC    53    26    .491
A. O’Kane, WC    25    12    .480
T. Imhoff, WC    63    30    .476
V. Tambasco, NCT    71    33    .465
B. Brosher, Spr    55    25    .455
A. Rainaldi, Pas    75    34    .453
L. Stancil, Pas    71    32    .451
D. Harris, LOL    81    36    .444
J. Heinrich, RR    69    30    .435
M. Begg, Mit    83    35    .422
C. Johnson, Mit    85    35    .412
Z. Drury, WR    62    25    .403

27: M. Begg (Mit), C. Johnson (Mit); 26: J. Falk (BM); 25: A. Rainaldi (Pas); 24: C. Arroyo (Her), A. Reynolds (LOL), E. Goscicki (Mit), P. DeJesus (Mit); 23: Z. Whitaker (LOL), T. Imhoff (WC); 22: L. Stancil (Pas), D. Dious (Pas); 21: D. Harris (LOL); 20: J. Nissen (LOL), B. Brosher (Spr), A. Arrowood (Rwd)

Home runs
8: C. Arroyo (Her); 6: M. Begg (Mit); 4: B. Brosher (Spr); 3: D. Harris (LOL), E. Goscicki (Mit), P. DeJesus (Mit), T. Wyzykowski (Spr), L. Stancil (Pas), A. Rainaldi (Pas), T. Koch (BM), J. Falk (BM), J. Thomas (Zep); 2: J. Nissen (LOL), Z. Whitaker (LOL), C. Johnson (Mit), R. Hanlon (Pas), A. Drury (WR), Z. Drury (WR), W. Potosky (BM), R. Mettler (Fiv), D. Woodward (RR), D. Brooks (NCT), V. Tambasco (NCT), B. Roberts (Zep)

(minimum 20 innings)
Player, school    IP     W-L   ERA
B. Lawson, Her    42    6-0    0.33
R. Nicoll, Spr    25.2    2-0    0.55
M. Campoamor, WR    19.1    3-0    0.72
C. Ingram, WC    65    8-1    1.08
K. Stein, Spr    25.2    0-3    1.09
D. Castillo, Sun    41    4-2    1.20
B. Duncan, Pas    50.1    6-0    1.25
N. Pearson, BM    28.2    3-1    1.47
T. Koch, BM    52    5-3    1.62
T. Ratliff, Her    29.2    4-1    1.65
T. Hawks (RR)    40    4-1    1.75
B. Brosher, Spr    39    3-2    1.79
R. Girard, WR    35    4-1    1.80
Z. Drury, WR    48    6-5    1.90
J. Rawls, LOL    36.1    4-1    1.93
C. Johnson, Mit    53    7-2    1.98

97: C. Ingram (WC); 87: B. Duncan (Pas); 85: Z. Drury (WR); 82: B. Lawson (Her); 81: C. Johnson (Mit); 63: B. Brosher (Spr); 61: T. Koch (BM); 60: V. Tambasco (NCT); 59: C. McCormick (Mit); 57: D. Castillo (Sun); 51: J. Heinrich (RR); 50: Z. Whitaker (LOL), T. McKenna (Cen)


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