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Baseball: Saladino results from Riverview High

At Riverview High


• Hillsborough 2, Sickles 1

• Plant 10, Lennard 0

• Bloomingdale 10, Blake 0

• Riverview 11, Leto 2

Pitchers of the day

Plant starter Kyle Tucker and Quinn Cockrell combined on a no-hitter with each tossing three innings to beat Lennard.

Hillsborough's Dylan Moore allowed seven hits in seven innings but had a more support than Sickles' Troy Bacon, who in six innings and gave up just three hits and two unearned runs with eight strikeouts.

Bloomingdale's Crouse brothers — Logan, Carson and Cody — pitched one-hit ball for five innings.

Riverview starter Dakota Moritz allowed just two hits and one earned run with six strikeouts in five innings.

Hitters of the day

Plant's Kyle Tucker hit two homers, barely missing a third with a double high off the wall. He drove in four. Pete Alonso also homered for Plant.

Bloomingdale's Ryan Kelley and Jamal Wilson combined for four hits, five runs and two RBIs. Teammate Justin Ambrosino homered and drove in two.

Ozzy Pacheco led Riverview with two RBIs on a single and a double.

Did you know?

In the stands to watch Bloomingdale's Ryan Kelley was his father, Dean, who played in the Saladino for Brandon in 1983. Dean's brother, Rodd, also played for Brandon in the 1990 tourney, and Rodd's son, Cade, played for Durant in last year's Saladino.

Steve Lee, Times correspondent

Baseball: Saladino results from Riverview High 03/09/13 [Last modified: Saturday, March 9, 2013 11:12pm]
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