Standout performances from Tuesday night
Nate Montano, East Lake: The Eagles live on pitching and defense, and Montano provided the pitching Tuesday night. He held Palm Harbor University to five hits and one run in a 3-1 win.
Logan Peel, Northeast: The senior right-hander lost to Osceola 4-1, but he had a perfect game through six innings and struck out seven.
Keith Weisenberg, Osceola: Like Peel, Weisenberg was tough. He gave up six hits and one run to keep the Warriors in the game until they broke through in the seventh.
Samantha Sharpe, Countryside: The second baseman had a double and triple as the Cougars went on a tear, getting 23 hits in a 17-7 win over Northeast.
Chrissy Tabulov, Palm Harbor University: The second baseman had two doubles to lead an offensive attack that had 13 hits in a 10-0 rout over district rival East Lake.
Katelyn Greenleaf, Northside Christian: The distance specialist won the 1600- and 3200-meter races for the fifth straight season at the Ed Wells/Kiwanis Invitational and broke her own record in the 1600 with time of 5:10.
Shaquem Griffin, Lakewood: A defensive back in football, Griffin continues to shine in track after taking gold in the discus and shot put at the Ed Wells/Kiwanis meet.
Rodney Page and Bob Putnam, Times staff writers