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North Suncoast: Baseball super 7, stats

Times' Super Seven

Records through Wednesday

1. Mitchell (18-3): Three most boring jobs in the world: hot dog vendor at a vegetarian convention, bouncer at a bingo parlor, and playing outfield when Patrick Schuster pitches.

2. Pasco (15-5): Jake Schrader, Josh Johnson and Co. get their shot at Schuster on Monday night.

3. Springstead (13-7): Eagles must hope their recent nine-day layoff didn't sap them off all their momentum.

4. Land O'Lakes (13-7): With 36 runs in their past three games, the once-stagnant Gators offense is showing life.

5. Zephyrhills (13-6): Bulldogs entered Thursday night's game at Ridgewood on a three-game win streak.

6. Central (10-8): Despite spotty record, Bears own wins over Nature Coast (two), Springstead and Land O'Lakes.

7. Wiregrass Ranch (11-8): Had won four of five, including an upset of Pasco, entering Thursday's contest at Springstead.

Batting average | minimum 35 at-bats

Player, school G AB H Avg.

Josh Romeo, HCA 21 67 43 .642

Jay Mattos, Rw 20 58 34 .586

Tyler Bosworth, HCA 21 62 33 .532

Jake Schrader, Pasco 19 47 24 .511

Brandon Brosher, HCA 19 59 29 .492

Josh Johnson, Pasco 20 59 29 .492

Matt Hart, Mit 20 56 27 .482

Jorge Jaramillo, Pasco 20 61 29 .475

Brennan Allen, Pasco 20 57 26 .456

Garrett Mikkola, HCA 18 53 24 .453

Kevin Games, Mit 20 65 28 .431

Ian Townsend, HCA 21 65 28 .431

Curt Hilgenberg, LOL 16 54 23 .426

Spencer Bowles, WR 18 57 24 .421

Patrick Dwyer, Sstead 17 55 23 .418

Mike Speakman, Sstead 17 48 20 .417

Doug Burlett, Mit 20 54 22 .407

David Rotteveel, HCA 19 54 22 .407

Patrick Schuster, Mit 19 54 22 .407

Eric Price, Sunlake 20 57 23 .404

Austin Costa, LOL 19 45 18 .400

Pablo Rivera, Sunlake 20 55 22 .400

Abel Cubero, WR 18 56 22 .393

Austin Aubuchon, LOL 19 59 23 .390

J.J. Downum, LOL 19 49 19 .388

HOME RUNS: 9 Josh Romeo (HCA); 8 Tyler Guh (Zh), Jake Schrader (Pasco); 7 Jorge Jaramillo (Pasco), Josh Johnson (Pasco); 6 Matt Hart (Mit); 5 Brennan Allen (Pasco), Brandon Brosher (HCA), Abel Cubero (WR); 3 Travis Gall (Rw), Kevin Games (Mit), Jay Mattos (Rw), David Perez (LOL), Roger Williams (Her); 2 Spencer Bowles (WR), Ryan Brady (Her), Patrick Dwyer (Sstead), Brandon McSwain (Pasco), Garrett Mikkola (HCA), Cole Miraglia (Zh), Hunter Newton (Hud), Nick Pardo (LOL), Devin Rogers (Zh), Tommy Rutledge (RR)

TRIPLES: 4 Ryan Brady (Her); 2 Jake Foster (HCA), Sam Kepner (Gulf), Sean MacLean (Gulf), Kenten Monbarren (Zh), Josh Romeo (HCA)

DOUBLES: 12 Jay Mattos (Rw); 10 Matt Hart (Mit), Josh Romeo (HCA); 9 Abel Cubero (WR); 7 Brandon Brosher (HCA), Charlie Fischer (Sunlake), Josh Johnson (Pasco), Drew Mitchell (Zh), Brendan Murphy (Rw), Julian Perez (Sstead); 6 Austin Costa (LOL), Hunter Newton (Hud), Jake Schrader (Pasco)

STOLEN BASES: 18 Joshua Johnson (WR); 13 J.J. Downum (LOL); 12 Jon Balk (Rw), Kevin Games (Mit), Ian Townsend (HCA); 11 Steve Brown (Mit), Kenten Monbarren (Zh), Eric Price (Sunlake); 10 Josh Johnson (Pasco), Jay Mattos (Rw); 9 Patrick Dwyer (Sstead), Pablo Rivera (Sunlake); 8 Brandon Brosher (HCA), Charlie Fischer (Sunlake), Conner Hale (Mit), Josh Romeo (HCA), David Rotteveel (HCA), Anthony Siciliano (Hud)

RBIs: 52 Josh Romeo (HCA); 31 Matt Hart (Mit); 30 Jake Schrader (Pasco); 28 Tyler Guy (Zh); 27 Brandon Brosher (HCA); 26 Jorge Jaramillo (Pasco), Josh Johnson (Pasco); 25 Tyler Bosworth (HCA); 23 Garrett Mikkola (HCA); 21 Brennan Allen (Pasco), Doug Burlett (Mit), Abel Cubero (WR), Garrett Mikkola (HCA); 20 Cole Stancil (Pasco); 18 Jay Mattos (Rw)

Pitching based on ERA minimum 20 innings

Player, school IP W-L ERA

Austin Aubuchon, LOL 21 0-1 0.67

Patrick Schuster, Mit 48 7-0 0.73

Tyler Guy, Zh 41.2 3-0 1.18

Patrick Dwyer, Sstead 27 2-2 1.29

Brandon Brosher, HCA 42.2 6-1 1.31

Chris Fern, Zh 32.2 4-2 1.50

Garrett Treverton, HCA 23 4-1 1.52

Christian Illing, WC 25.1 2-1 1.66

Ray Clark, Sunlake 36.2 4-1 1.72

Michael Grande, Mit 24.1 4-0 1.73

Jay Mattos, Rw 48.2 4-2 1.73

John Michael Gant, WR 27 4-2 1.81

Matt Hewitt, Mit 42.2 5-1 1.97

Connor Coplon, Sunlake 43.1 4-1 2.10

Bobby Pasarela, Sstead 30 2-2 2.10

Tyler Schoonover, Sstead 26.2 3-1 2.10

Jason Garcia, LOL 41.2 6-2 2.35

Eric Lagattuta, WR 20.2 3-0 2.37

Justin Gates, Her 38 2-5 2.39

Cole Miraglia, Zh 35.1 4-1 2.77

STRIKEOUTS: 93 Patrick Schuster (Mit); 61 Connor Coplon (Sunlake), Jay Mattos (Rw); 55 Matt Hewitt (Mit); 52 Jason Garcia (LOL); 51 Brandon Brosher (HCA), Cole Miraglia (Zh); 39 Abel Cubero (WR), Chris Fern (Zh), Michael Grande (Mit), Tyler Guy (Zh); 37 Justin Gates (Her), Chad Witkowski (WR); 35 Corey Lapp (RR), Ian Townsend (HCA); 34 Patrick Dwyer (Sstead); 33 David Rotteveel (HCA); 32 Chris Dious (Pasco); 31 John Michael Gant (WR), Garrett Treverton (HCA); 30 Brennan Allen (Pasco), Clayton Neff (Her); 29 Ray Clark (Sunlake), Zach May (LOL); 28 Andrew Donaldson (Rw); 27 Kevin Gude (Pasco); 26 Eric Lagattuta (WR)

North Suncoast: Baseball super 7, stats 04/16/09 [Last modified: Thursday, April 16, 2009 11:27am]
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