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Wed. February 26, 2014 | Bob Putnam | Email

Times’ super 7
Records through Tuesday
1. Palm Harbor University (6-0): The undefeated Hurricanes are averaging 11 runs per game. They were ahead 9-6 in the fourth inning against Bradenton Manatee last week when the game was postponed because of rain.
2. Canterbury (4-0): The defending state champion Crusaders are ranked No. 1 in Class 2A and have allowed just one run. Today, they have their biggest test of the season against undefeated River Ridge.
3. Northeast (5-0): Victories against Countryside (7-6) and East Lake (1-0) moved the Vikings to the top of the Class 7A, District 9 standings.
4. Countryside (4-2): After losing a pair of one-run games to PHU and Northeast, the Cougars bounced back with a 3-1 win against Seminole.
5. Seminole (5-2): After starting 5-0, the Warhawks have lost two of their past three to fall to third in the 7A-9 district standings.
6. Dunedin (5-3): Big win against East Lake helped the Falcons get back on track after losses to East Lake, Seminole and River Ridge.
7. East Lake (3-3): The offense, which averaged eight runs per game during a 3-1 start, has scored a combined one run in losses to Dunedin and Northeast.  
Knocking on the door: Admiral Farragut (3-0), St. Petersburg Catholic (4-2).

Stats
Batting

(minimum 9 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
R. Taylor, PHU    16    12    .750
L. Lilley, PHU    19    13    .684
A. Ross, DH    12    8    .667
C. Miner, AFA    11    7    .636
D. Romanello, Can    11    7    .636
J. Staton, PP    13    8    .615
H. Hopkins, Can    9    5    .556
L. Graves, Can    13    7    .538
A. Gallagher, PHU    17    9    .529
A. Pereiro, PP    14    7    .500
B. Wilson, PHU    16    8    .500
S. Snell, Lw    19    9    .474
E. Hollenbeck, Cs    15    7    .467
T. Bump, Can    9    4    .444
K. Farnsworth, Can    9    4    .444
K. Flanagan, PHU    18    8    .444
M. Kaylor, Osc    9    4    .444
M. Watts, Lw    23    10    .435

Home runs
2: Brody (Lw), Lilley (PHU), Staton (PP), Watts (Lw)

RBIs
14: Lilley (PHU); 8: Brody (Lw), Miner (AFA), Taylor (PHU); 7: Bump (Can), Romanello (Can); 6: Carney (Lw), Flanagan (PHU), Hopkins (Can), Mooneyhan (PHU), Watts (Lw); 5: Bonner (PHU), Ciatto (Osc), Kappos (Osc), McCoy (Osc), Piscitello (Osc), Snell (Lw), Staton (PP); 4: Bench (Ne), Bunday (Osc), Campbell (PP), Sicilia (Osc), Hollenbeck (Cs), McNally (Ne), Wallace (Osc)

Stolen bases
8: Flanagan (PHU); 7: Duty (Ne), Gallagher (PHU); 5: Pollard (Cs), Staton (PP); 4: Pereiro (PP), Radecki (PHU); 3: Gomez (PP), Romanello (Can), Slovak (Ne); 2: Beck (PP), Farnsworth (Can), Olander (AFA), Posey (Can)

Pitching
(minimum 15 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
M. Watts, Lw    29    4-1    0.00
C. Miner, AFA    24    4-0    0.58
R. Randolph, Ne    36    5-0    0.78
A. Queen, Cs    16.2    1-0    1.68
S. Ramasanto, Cs    18    0-0    1.17
R. Taylor, PHU    28.3    4-0    2.96
M. Seeds, PP    21    1-3    3.38

Strikeouts
53: Miner (AFA); 49: Watts (Lw); 38: Randolph (Ne); 22: Woodall (Can); 15: Seeds (PP); 13: Newman (Osc); 12: Huskey; 11: Hopkins (Can), Lucas (DH), Ross (DH); 10: Queen (Cs)

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