Canterbury 18, Cambridge 0: Jen Crosthwaite threw a five-inning no-hitter to improve to 3-0. She got plenty of offensive support as the Crusaders had 13 hits, including seven for extra bases.
Indian Rocks Christian 18, Admiral Farragut 5: The Golden Eagles broke open a tight game by scoring 12 in the second inning. IRC had just six hits but took advantage of several miscues.
Standout performances from Tuesday night
Corey Baptist, St. Petersburg Catholic: He had the two biggest hits in the Barons 2-1, eight-inning victory over CCC with a single in the sixth that helped tie the game and a walk-off homer in the eighth
Jen Crosthwaite, Canterbury: Usually a shortstop, Crosthwaite has become a valuable starting pitcher and tossed a five-inning no-hitter against Cambridge
Michael Mann, Seminole: Went 3-for-3 with two RBIs in Seminole’s 4-2 win over Osceola. He did it against a top-notch pitcher, Keith Weisenberg.
Mitch Palm, Indian Rocks Christian: Earned his third win by scattering four hits in a 5-3 win over Shorecrest.
Dakota Hofmann, Calvary Christian: He had a triple and a home run in the Warriors’ win over Northside Christian.
By the numbers
3 Games St. Petersburg Catholic’s baseball team has won in extra innings
5 Runs scored by Keswick Christian in the bottom of the seventh Monday to defeat Admiral Farragut 13-12. It would have been AFA’s first win of the season.
12 Runs scored by Indian Rocks Christian’s softball team in the second inning of its win against Admiral Farragut
13 Errors committed by Largo in a 21-9 loss to Clearwater
“I told them that hopefully we’ll win the South division and they’ll win the North and we’ll meet again for the PCAC championship.”
Osceola baseball coach Stefan Futch, whose team lost 4-2 to Seminole in the only meeting of the regular season
Compiled by staff writers Bob Putnam and Rodney Page.