Posts about East Bay High School: Softball: 2010

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  • Cotey: The magnificent seven softball pitchers of the bay area

    More than any other sport, softball relies on one player. The Ace. You can't win without her. Pitchers control the game, the fate of their teams and the bats of their opponents. That's why Tuesday night, seven bay area teams have a chance to move on to the state semifinals. ...
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    Sun. May 02, 2010 at 7:56 p.m. | John C. Cotey

  • 5A softball: Defense, Cox lift East Bay over Plant City

    GIBSONTON — Just as it has all season, East Bay relied on strong defense and the right arm of pitcher Kayla Cox to defeat Plant City 2-0 in Friday's Class 5A region semifinals. Cox scattered four hits and worked out of several jams to record the shutout. She walked the ...
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    Fri. April 30, 2010 at 3:55 p.m. | Times Correspondent

  • 5A softball: East Bay's Cox dominates Springstead in 6-0 win

    GIBSONTON — East Bay ace Kayla Cox came within one out of a no-hitter Tuesday night in leading the host Indians to a 6-0 win over Springstead in a Class 5A region quarterfinal. Cox (14-1-1) allowed a two-out single in the top of the seventh inning with Shannon Cataldo hitting ...
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    Tue. April 27, 2010 at 7:43 p.m. | Times Correspondent

  • 5A-8 softball: Timely bunt boosts East Bay over Plant City

    From the third base coach’s box, East Bay’s Glenn Rodriguez issued a sign Friday night that can make a coach look like a genius or a joke. Nina Caisse took the sign, executed a drag bunt, and made Rodriguez look like Joe Torre. Caisse’s two-out, fifth-inning bunt scored sister Allysa ...
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    Fri. April 23, 2010 at 11:08 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • 5A-8 softball: East Bay rallies, meets Plant City in championship

    PLANT CITY — Give East Bay ace Kayla Cox a one-run lead, and it typically stands up like a Marine during inspection. But in the season's biggest game Wednesday, the Indians needed their rally caps as much as Cox's rise ball.Trailing by a run, the top-seeded Indians (18-7-1) staged a ...
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    Wed. April 21, 2010 at 8:20 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Hillsborough County top teams, softball leaders

    Softball Super 71. Plant (19-4): Panthers dropped two of three in Kissimmee, but shined Tuesday in 7-0 romp of Bloomingdale2. Chamberlain (14-4): Chiefs suffered one-run losses to Miami Gulliver and Jacksonville Bolles in Kissimmee3. East Bay (16-7): Eleven Indians had hits in Tuesday’s 26-0 shellacking of Armwood4. Sickles (18-4): With ...
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    Thu. April 08, 2010 at 11:09 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Hillsborough softball leaders, top teams

    Times’ Super Seven1. Chamberlain (13-2): Chiefs’ win streak at 13 after Amber Fullwood’s one-hitter Wednesday at Freedom2. Plant (16-2): Panthers prevail in Spring Fling despite missing a handful of key players in final3. East Bay (15-7): Catcher-turned-pitcher C.C. Rock may have delivered gutsiest performance of Spring Fling4. Newsome (14-4): In ...
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    Thu. April 01, 2010 at 5:15 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Spring Fling roundup: Bobble benefits Brandon

    LITHIA — The Spring Fling is getting more surreal by the year for Brandon ace Kayla Goff. Twelve months after standing throw-to-throw with East Bay right-hander Kayla Cox for a 13-inning triumph in this very tournament despite Cox's 31 strikeouts, Goff again was at her best. And fate again was ...
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    Fri. March 26, 2010 at 8:24 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Hillsborough County softball leaders, top teams

    Times’ Super 71. Chamberlain (11-2): Chiefs, on an 11-game win streak, catapult three spots after defeating Plant and Gaither on consecutive nights2. Plant (12-2): Panthers get a tough opening-round draw — Bradenton’s Lakewood Ranch — in Spring Fling3. Newsome (10-3): Wolves, averaging six runs a contest, enter Spring Fling on ...
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    Thu. March 25, 2010 at 2:02 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Cowboys render Cox mortal

    As untouchable as East Bay right-hander Kayla Cox has seemed this season, veteran coach Glenn Rodriguez knew the Indians' periodic lack of offensive support for the North Carolina State signee could come back to haunt them. Following an anemic effort Friday in a 1-0 victory against Durant, when Cox struck ...
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    Tue. March 23, 2010 at 10:29 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Cox strikes out 20 in East Bay shutout

    GIBSONTON — Flustered by a feeble offensive effort Friday evening against district nemesis Durant, East Bay coach Glenn Rodriguez stressed the lack of productivity eventually will catch up to his club. But not until someone catches up to Indians ace Kayla Cox. In the most dominant seven-inning effort of her ...
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    Fri. March 19, 2010 at 8:12 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Hillsborough Co. softball leaders

    Times’ Super 71. Plant (8-1): Panthers have won their five district games by a combined score of 35-52. East Bay (8-4): Coach Glenn Rodriguez wants it known: His defense behind Kayla Cox is pretty good, too.3. Newsome (7-3): Wolves coming off impressive wins over Riverview and Plant City.4. Chamberlain (7-2): ...
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    Thu. March 18, 2010 at 11:53 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Plant City mistakes help East Bay secure easy win

    PLANT CITY — From her spot in the third-base coaches box, Heidi Kouveras made the evening's most brisk dash for home Tuesday night. No sooner than East Bay ace Kayla Cox ended the game with her ninth strikeout for a 3-0 Indians win, Kouveras was gone. Fed up by another ...
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    Tue. March 16, 2010 at 7:38 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Snapshots of a soaked baseball, softball season

    Thanks to Friday's swath of precipitation, our live coverage of local baseball and softball action has been mired in a rain delay. Initially, we planned to bring you reports from Newsome-Plant City softball as well as Riverview-Plant and Bloomingdale-Brandon baseball. Since those games were put on hold, we pre-empt our ...
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    Fri. March 12, 2010 at 5:33 p.m. | Times Staff

  • Hillsborough County softball leaders

    Times’ Super 71. Plant (7-1): Behind pitchers Miranda Clark and Rose Yanger, Panthers have shut out past three foes.2. East Bay (7-4): Indians are 5-0 in county’s best district behind Kayla Cox, who has yet to surrender an earned run.3. Newsome (6-3): Dropped two of last three entering tonight’s game ...
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    Thu. March 11, 2010 at 2:06 p.m. | Joey Knight

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