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Thu. March 22, 2012 | Rodney Page | Email

Times’ Super Seven
Records through Wednesday

1. Seminole (12-3): Back to the top for the Warhawks, who handled Countryside on Tuesday and beat West Boca Raton.

2. Tarpon Springs (11-3): Eight straight wins for the Spongers through Wednesday. They can pitch and hit.

3. Osceola (11-2): Three straight wins after a loss to Dixie Hollins.

4. Countryside (12-3): Have to give the Cougars the benefit of the doubt after two straight losses. Just a bad week, right?

5. East Lake (10-4): Look who’s back. The Eagles have won nine of 10 and can pitch, which always keeps you in games.

6. Dunedin (9-4): Falcons are rounding into shape heading into their spring break tournament.

7. St. Petersburg Catholic (11-3): Big test tonight against Clearwater Central Catholic.

Statistics
Batting

(minimum 25 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
T. Grill, TS    43    21    .488
B. Phillips, Sem    36    17    .472
J. Karaphillis, CCC    32    15    .468
H. Bonner, TS    39    18    .462
M. Mann, Sem    33    15    .455
K. Brown, Dun    42    19    .452
D. Hughes, Can    29    13    .448
B. Maxwell, Ne    38    17    .447
C. Copeland, Lw    27    12    .444
R. Whiteman, Osc    36    16    .444
D. Thomas, Can    27    12    .444
M. Geller, SPC    34    15    .441
M. Piatt, Cal    39    17    .436
T. Vickers, DH    47    20    .426
R. Reinoso, PP    43    18    .419
D. Hofmann, Cal    36    15    .417
A. Lovett, Lw    29    11    .379
E. Russell, Cs    49    20    .408
R. McClure, Can    27    11    .407
J. Kremer, Osc    32    13    .406
E. Gutshall, Largo    40    16    .400
N. Stanney, DH    40    16    .400
J. Vaskovsky, PP    33    13    .393
B. Gilman, Clw    51    20    .392
D. Webb, Largo    41    16    .390
S. Anderson, Ne    40    15    .375
J. Kiracofe, Sho    40    15    .375
J. Molinaro, Clw    49    18    .367
E. Hock, Osc    33    12    .364
T. Craft, Sem    36    13    .361
G. Hodges, EL    36    13    .361
B. Long, PP    28    10    .357
C. Miklavcic, TS    45    16    .356
B. Stevens, Cs    37    13    .351
M. Harris, DH    40    14    .350
V. Ballantoni, Cs    43    15    .349
T. Graves, PP    29    10    .345
A. Corrao, IRC    35    12    .343
R. Lanners, DH    41    14    .341
M. Wiley, NE    48    16    .333
B. Ryan, IRC    43    14    .326
B. Miller, IRC    35    11    .314

Home runs
3: D. Peterson, DH; 2: D. Petersson, DH, E. Hock, Osc, Copeland, Lw, C. Baptist, SPC, M. Piatt, Cal, A. Bariso, TS

RBIs
16: A. Atkinson, Sem; D. Webb, Largo; 15: E. Hock, Osc; 13: C. O’Connell, Dun, M. Piatt, Cal, J. Kremer, Osc; 14: D. Peterson, DH, R. Lanners, DH; 12: M. Harris, DH, T. Grill, TS, E. Russell, Cs, T. Neader, Kes; 11: K. Brown, Dun, J. Molinaro, Clw, V. Ballantoni, Cs; D. Thomas, Can; D. Hoffman, Cal; 10: M. Mann, Sem, J. Voitier, IRC, P. Holland, Kes, R. Coursel, NE, B. Maxwell, NE; A. Brockway, Osc; H. Bonner, TS; 9: C. Baptist, SPC, R. Whiteman, Osc, H. Hall, Can, R. McClure, Can, D. Hughes, Can; J. Kiracofe, Sho; 8: D. Sanson, Kes, S. Anderson, Ne, C. Koulianos, TS, C. Ransdell, IRC

Stolen bases
20: T. Vickers, DH; 15: T. Vickers, DH; 14: J. Simmons, DH; 13: R. Whiteman, Osc; 11: C. Gilman, Clw, C. Miklavcic, TS, 10: Z. Martz, DH, R. Lanners, DH, D. Martinez, Cs; 9: J. DiSanto, EL, M. Geller, SPC. T. Neader, Kes, D. Hofmann, Cal; 8: N. Reed, Cal, S. Coleman, Kes, A. Mosgaard, DH, C. Woods, IRC; 7: A. Corrao, IRC; R. Reinoso, PP; 6: J. Brown, Lw, M. Wiley, NE, D. Webb, Largo, J. McFadden, SPC

Pitching
(minimum 16 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
M. Mann, Sem    16.1    2-0    0.00
A. McGathey, Sem    17.2    2-0    0.40
M. Brakeman, Sho    32.1    2-4    0.66
M. Dunnigan, TS    31    3-1    0.68
T. Ramsey, EL    18    4-1    0.79
N. Montano, EL    26    2-0    0.81
A. Chesson, Dun    25    3-0    0.84
A. Bariso, TS    24    2-0    0.88
Z. Wolfe, Cal    29.2    3-2    0.94
B. Grigsby, PP    29    12-3    0.96
M. Harris, DH    31.2    3-1    1.11
D. Paul, CCC    24    2-0    1.12
J. Doyle, Sem    24.1    3-1    1.15
C. Koulianos, TS    30    4-1    1.17
V. Ballantoni, Cs    31    4-0    1.35
H. Hall, Can    18    3-0    1.56
K. Weisenberg, Osc  31    4-1    1.58
S. Wilkes, SPC    21.2    2-1    1.62
L. Peel, NE    16.2    1-1    1.68
J. Kremer, Osc    25    3-1    1.68
E. Hanhold, EL    27    3-1    1.79
B. Miller, IRC    29.2    1-3    1.89
E. Russell, Cs    27.1    4-1    2.30
C. O’Connell, Dun    26.2    1-3    2.88

Strikeouts
53: M. Dunnigan, TS; 41: Z. Wolfe, Cal; 40: M. Brakeman, Sho; 39: M. Harris, DH; 38: B. Grigsby, PP; 37: B. Miller, IRC; 36: E. Hanhold, EL; 34: N. Montano, EL; 33: V. Ballantoni, Cs, C. O’Connell, Dun, C. Koulianos, TS; 31: J. Doyle, Sem, E. Russell, Cs, 30: A. Chesson, Dun, B. Lopez, LSC; 29: R. Broaderick, Kes; N. Reed, Cal; 27: L. Peel, NE; 25: K. Weisenberg, Osc, B. Horton, PHU, R. Coursel, NE; 23: J. Hollis, DH, 21: A. Barios, TS, C. Pearson, PHU; 20: B. Horton, PHU, J. Moroff, Clw

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