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Thu. March 18, 2010 | Bob Putnam | Email

Times’ Super 7
1. Seminole (9-1):
Rockets up the rankings after handing Northeast its first loss last week and beating Bradenton Pendleton.
2. Dunedin (8-2): After losing to nationally ranked Naples last week, Falcons are looking forward to next week’s showdown with Seminole.
3. Northeast (7-1): Fell back to earth after losing for the first time but still leads district.
4. Clearwater Central Catholic (4-1): Light schedule gets tougher next few weeks, starting with a district rematch against St. Petersburg Catholic tonight.
5. Osceola (8-2): Has a knack for pulling out close games, winning all four this season that have been decided by two or fewer runs.
6. East Lake (6-3): Back on track after extra-inning losses to Seminole and Dunedin early this season.
7. St. Petersburg Catholic (7-4): Stumbled this week against district rival Tampa Catholic for the second time this season.

Batting: Minimum 23 at-bats
Name, school    AB    H     BA

Cody Arnold, PP                   25    14    .560
Richie McClure, Ns                25    14    .560
Tim McKay, SPC                    41    22    .537
Jeff Burch, IRC                   34    18    .529
Caleb Koulianos, TS               22    11    .500
Kaleb Paulton, PP                 26    13    .500
John Rothwell, Sc                 25    12    .480
Robbie Williams, Ns               36    17    .472
Connor Obrachta, SPC              32    15    .469
Scott Schlapinski, Osc            35    16    .457
Jeremy Dolan, Can                 20     9    .450   
Ben Emery, Dun                    25    11    .440
Casey Turgeon, Dun                32    14    .438
Jerrod Flanagan, Ne               23    10    .435
David Dresselhaus, Ns             30    13    .433
Matthew Kizer, PHU                28    12    .429
Marc Brakeman, Sc                 26    11    .423
Harrison Hall, Can                31    13    .419
Donny Norris, PP                  24    10    .417
DeSean Thomas, Can                24    10    .417
Alex McGathey, Sem                29    12    .414
Joey Krehbiel, Sem                27    11    .407
Maxwell Cameron, PHU              35    14    .400
Walter Lamerson, Ne               30    12    .400

RBIS
16: Tim McKay (SPC), Scott Schlapinski (Osc); 14: Connor Obrachta (SPC), Jon Oorlog (Sc); 13: Jeremy Dolan (Can), Daniel Hardesty (IRC), Justin Tedder (SPC); 12: Brian Balbin (IRC), Sean O’Brien (Clw); 11: Mike Boriboun (Osc), Harrison Hall (Can), Matt Kulaga (IRC), Alex Libby (Dun), Kyle Turner (Ns)

Home runs
3: Jeremy Dolan (Can), Casey Turgeon (Dun), Andy Laughery (PP); 2: Alex Libby (Dun), Sean O’Brien (Clw), Kyle Parry (Cs)Scott Schlapinski (Osc)

Pitching: Minimum 12 IP
Name, school    IP    W-L    ERA
Matt Mooney, Ns                  2-0    0.00    17
Marc Brakeman, Sc                2-0    0.61    23.2
Mike Clarkson, Dun               4-0    0.69    20.3
Jordan Doyle, Sem                2-0    1.05    20
Kyle Turner, Ns                  2-1    1.16    23.3
Donny Norris, PP                 2-2    1.44    25
Kyle Owens, Cs                   1-0    1.62    13
Justin Tedder, SPC               4-1    1.64    25.2
James Gray, Ne                   2-1    1.87    19
Alex Norris, Dun                 1-1    1.91    22

Strikeouts
42: Marc Brakeman (Sc); 33: Kyle Turner (Ns); 31 Matt Mooney (Ns); 30: Donny Norris (PP); 26: Justin Tedder (SPC); 25: Tim Lamoureux (Sem), Alex Norris (Dun); 24: Jordan Doyle (Sem), Tyler Gattuso (IRC), Robbie Williams (Ns); 23: Brock Jensen (Osc); 22: Harrison Hall (Can); 20: Andrew Goot (PHU), Daniel Hardesty (IRC), Taylor Layner (Osc); 19: Vinnie Ballantoni (Cs), DeSean Thomas (Can); 17: Mike Clarkson (Dun), Spencer Heirman (Sem), Cristian Labrie (Clw), Kraig Richmond (Clw)

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