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  • Pinellas County softball leaders, top teams

    Times’ Super 71. East Lake (11-1): Game Wednesday against Clearwater was Eagles’ first since Pinellas Park marathon two weeks ago.2. Pinellas Park (13-2): Of Taylor Klinesmith’s 14 hits this season, nine have been doubles. 3. Seminole (9-3): Warhawks defeated Tarpon Springs and Clearwater by a combined 31-1 in past two ...
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    Thu. March 25, 2010 at 8:16 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Pinellas Co. softball leaders

    Times’ Super 71. East Lake (11-1): Maintains top spot after surviving 17-inning marathon against Pinellas Park.2. Pinellas Park (11-2): Gets rematch with East Lake in the Palm Harbor University spring tournament next weekend.3. Seminole (7-3): Broke open a 3-all tie with Osceola on Wednesday with seven runs in the fifth ...
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    Thu. March 18, 2010 at 9:53 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Northside softball flexing offensive muscle

    Six weeks into the season, the last remaining undefeated team in the county is not preseason favorite East Lake. Nor Pinellas Park, Palm Harbor University or even Class A power Canterbury. Try Northside Christian. Behind first-year coach John Anderson, an assistant on former coach Steve Fisher's staff, the Mustangs are ...
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    Wed. March 17, 2010 at 6:33 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Pinellas County softball leaders

    Times’ super 71. East Lake (10-1): The season’s most consistent performer to date with two wins over Seminole and blowouts of Countryside and Osceola.2. Pinellas Park (11-1): Game tonight against East Lake could be the best matchup of the regular season.  3. Seminole (6-3): Unable to solve East Lake pitcher ...
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    Thu. March 11, 2010 at 4:16 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Northside overpowers Shorecrest 15-9

    ST. PETERSBURG — Northside Christian doesn't have any trouble scoring runs. Behind the strong offensive performance of Kayla Turner, Julianne Grande and Tiffany Boyer the Mustangs slugged their way to a 15-9 victory over Shore­crest on Thursday. The win kept Northside unbeaten. "They hit the ball so well," Shorecrest coach ...
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    Thu. March 04, 2010 at 9:15 p.m. | Times Correspondent

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