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Thu. February 27, 2014 | Rodney Page | Email

Times’ super 7
Records through Wednesday.
1. Clearwater Central Catholic (5-0): The Marauders have not given up a run in four of five games, with a big district game tonight against Calvary Christian.
2. Osceola (4-1): Warriors can pitch, hit and play defense. They’ll be tough to beat.
3. East Lake (4-1): The Eagles slipped up against Northeast, but it will likely act as a wake-up call for a team too talented to lose many more.
4. Countryside (5-0): The Cougars have already won big this season, and Tuesday against Pinellas Park they proved they can win close games.
5. Calvary Christian (6-0): The Warriors are hitting .395 as a team and have a team ERA of 0.81.
6. Northeast (2-2): The Vikings are going to be a tough out all season, especially after beating East Lake on Tuesday. They can pitch, and any team that can pitch can win.
7. St. Petersburg (4-3): After an 0-3 trip to Tallahassee, the Green Devils have rattled off three straight wins. They have a tough district game at Manatee tonight.
On the bubble: Indian Rocks Christian, Pinellas Park

Statistics
Batting

(minimum 9 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
P. Holland, Kes    9    7    .778
T. Georgevich, Cal    18    12    .667
J. Richardson, Cal    14    8    .571
Z. Roberts, PP    14    8    .571
B. Grigsby, PP    16    9    .562
D. Pink, Lkw    9    5    .556
G. Hoffman, Cal    20    11    .550
C. Micherner, Lks    11    6    .545
D. McHenry, PP    15    8    .533
T. Curry, PP    15    8    .533
L. Connor, SP    17    9    .529
M. Adams, Cs    20    10    .500
T. Jensen, Dun    20    10    .500
C. Churchill, EL    12    6    .500
M. Ware, PP    10    5    .500
D. Jaar, PP    16    8    .500
R. Hansen, Cal    16    8    .500
C. Skantze, Cs    19    9    .474
C. Townsend, Cs    17    8    .471
H. Tomko, Can    13    6    .462
B. Dougherty, Osc    13    6    .462
L. Smith, Lkw    13    6    .462
B. Cooke, AFA    11    5    .455
B. Auerbach, PHU    18    8    .444
A. Hrica, PHU    14    6    .429
S. Winesett, Can    14    6    .429
K. Kania, Cs    19    9    .421
N. Brunk, Lks    12    5    .417
G. Koulianos, IRC    17    7    .412
C. James, EL    10    4    .400
A. Andrade, SPC    13    5    .385
A. Jones, NS    13    5    .385
G. McDaniel, Cal    13    5    .385
K. Maronpot, EL    13    5    .385
C. Miller, Sem    13    5    .385
D. Siegel, Can    13    5    .385
L. Jones, Dun    19    7    .368
C. Berry, Sem    19    7    .368
E. Moravick, IRC    19    7    .368
A. Falcone, Shc    11    4    .364
J. Simmons, DH    11    4    .364
A. Young, Clw    17    6    .353
B. Maxwell, NE    9    3    .333

Home runs
2: B. Overton (CCC); 1: E. Olivero (PHU), A. Young (Clw), J. Tona (IRC), M. Palm (IRC), D. Oberst (IRC), S. Priest (IRC), D. Pink (Lkw), T. Watkins (BC)

RBIs
10: C. Micherner (Lks); 8: P. Holland (Kes), 7: H. Tomko (Can), B. Grigsby (PP), D. Jaar (PP), G. McDaniel (Cal), C. Townsend (Cs), 6: K. Kania (Cs), B. Auerbach (PHU);  5: A. Andrade (SPC), B. Dougherty (Osc), J. Rothwell (Cal), S. Valentine (Can), D. Siegel (Can), M. Adams (Cs),  R. Hansen (Cal) J. Richardson (Cal)

Stolen bases
9: M. Ware (PP); 8: T. Neader (Kes); 7: B. Lopez (Lks); 5: S. Coughlin (SPC), T. Labella (Cs), T. Dugan (Shc), L. Connor (SP); 4: B. Cooke (AFA), A. Brown (DH), A. Hrica (PHU), J. Helinger (Osc), E. Rosario (Can), S. Winesett (Can), S. Wirth (EL);  3: G. Odum (Clw), S. Lange (Clw), P. Rohm (AFA), M. Palm (IRC), J. Tona (IRC), S. Priest (IRC), A. Jones (NS), W. Dolan (NS)

Pitching
(minimum 7 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
C. Townsend, Cs    11.0    3-0    0.00
E. Wheeler, Osc    11.0    2-0    0.00
D. Broeseker, Cal    10.1    2-0    0.00
J. Chiaramonte, Cal    8.0    1-0    0.00
K. Weisenberg, Osc    10.0    1-0    0.10
B. Grigsby, PP    20.0    2-2    0.35
S. Priest, IRC    12.2    1-1    0.55
D. Sockol, SP    12.1    1-0    0.57
J. Hale, NE    11.0    1-0    0.64
A. Cutro, Shc    10.0    0-0    0.70
C. Widdows, Dun    10.0    1-0    0.70
B. Deppermann, EL    19.0    2-1    0.73
J. Schneider, Cal    8.2    2-0    0.81
D. Mlotkowski, SP    14.2    2-1    0.95
A. Mills, Sem    7.1    1-1    0.95
L. Smith, Lkw    13.2    1-0    1.02
J. Favetta, Sem    12.0    1-0    1.17
S. Files, AFA    10.0    0-2    1.40
B. Auerbach, PHU    10.2    0-1    1.97

Strikeouts
28: B. Grigsby (PP); 24: B. Deppermann (EL), C. Micherner (Lks); 17: D. Broeseker (Cal), C. Townsend (Cs); 16: K.Weisenberg (Osc), 15: B. Auerbach (PHU), G. Bryant (Clw), C. Tison (NE), S. Files (AFA), C. Looney (SPC);  14: S. Priest (IRC), M. Leary (DH), J. Schneider (Cal); 12: O. Albinson (IRC), J. Rothwell (Cal), Z. Taylor (Cs), D. Sockol (SP), D. Perry (Kes), Z. Yurecka (NS); 11: J. Favetta (Sem), M. Palm (IRC), E. Wheeler (Osc), C. Widdows (Dun)

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