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Thu. March 7, 2013 | Bob Putnam | Email

Softball super seven
Records through Wednesday

1. Seminole (8-0): Big win vs. Countryside last week gives Warhawks edge in Class 7A, District 10 standings. Tonight, Seminole faces River Ridge in a battle of unbeatens at PHU tourney.

2. Countryside (7-1): Strong start offensively came to a halt against Seminole. This weekend, Cougars head to Tallahassee for a tournament.

3. Palm Harbor University (8-2): Last week, Hurricanes had to hold on to beat Canterbury 3-2 in first big game against a county opponent.

4. East Lake (10-2): Tough break for the Eagles after rain postponed game against PHU. Another game against Sarasota Riverview has to be made up after the team bus failed to show.

5. St. Petersburg Catholic (7-0): Thanks to strong pitching and timely hitting, the Barons are cruising.

6. Canterbury (5-2): Only losses are to Countryside and Palm Harbor University. Game against Academy of the Holy Names earlier this season was moved to next week because of rain.

7. Lakewood (5-1): Early-season test comes Monday with a game against Class 5A, District 12 rival Dunedin.

(minimum 16 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
H. Keisling, Cs    29    18    .621
G. Orito, EL 26    15    .577
M. Webber, Sc    22    12    .545
S. Snell, Lw    17    9    .529
S. Sharpe, Cs    25    13    .520
H. Roberts, EL    42    21    .500
M. Watts, Lw    16    8    .500
L. Eaton, Sc    23    11    .478
N. Szelest, EL    44    21    .477
R. Galinski, Sc    24    11    .458
A. Andrews, EL    44    20    .455
O. McCoy, Osc    18    8    .444

Home runs
3: Smith (Sc); 2: Orito (EL), Roberts (EL); 1: Andrews (EL), Bonalewicz (EL), Carney (Lw), Eaton (Sc), J. Galinski (Sc), Householder (Cs), Keisling (Cs), Queen (Cs) 1, Rayder (EL), Szelest (EL), Watts (Lw)

23: Roberts (EL); 14: Webber, Sc; 13: Bertisch (EL); 11: Bonalewicz (EL), Eaton (Sc),  Keisling (Cs), Szelest (EL); 10: Hvozdovich (EL), Watts (Lw); 9: Carney (Lw); 8: Creamer (Cs), Smith (Sc)

Stolen bases
9: J. Galinski (Sc); 8: Andrews (EL); 7: Michalski (Lw); 6: Ciatto (Osc), Keisling (Cs), Willis (Osc); 4: Eaton (Sc), Fredericks (Cs), R. Galinski (Sc), Lostraglio (Osc), McCoy (Osc), Snell (Lw)

(minimum 18 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
M. Watts, Lw    34    5-1    0.82
N. Wunderly, Cs    24.2    4-0    1.42
A. Queen, Cs    18.1    2-1    1.53
D. Rayder, EL    21    3-0    2.00
K. Newman, Osc    23    2-2    2.13
B. Setree, SP    33    4-1    2.55
R. Galinski, Sc    42    5-2    3.33

57: Watts (Lw); 52: Setree (SP); 37: R. Galinski (Sc); 36: Wunderly (Cs); 27: Orito (EL); 19: Bristol (Osc)


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