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Pinellas: Baseball super 7, stats

Baseball Super Seven

Records through Wednesday

1. Osceola (9-1): The Warriors finally get past their biggest nemesis, beating crosstown rival Seminole for first time in six seasons with 3-2 victory in 12 innings on Wednesday.

2. Dunedin (6-2): The Falcons picked up a big win last week against Class 5A, District 9 rival East Lake. Both of Dunedin's losses are by one run on the road.

3. East Lake (8-2): The Eagles had their four-game win streak snapped against Dunedin before rebounding with rout over Largo.

4. Seminole (8-4): The Warhawks now are looking up in the 5A-11 standings after losing to Osceola. The rematch is April 14.

5. Palm Harbor University (5-2): A week after beating Dunedin, the Hurricanes lose by a run to 5A-9 foe Clearwater.

6. Countryside (6-4): Blake Wilson hits for the cycle as the Cougars remain unbeaten in the county with a blowout win over the Tornadoes.

7. Northside Christian (7-3): The Mustangs, who return nearly everyone, are dominating small, private school counterparts.

Batting | Minimum 16 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Craig Schafer (Osc) 26 14 .538

Marc Brakeman (Sc) 31 16 .516

Jacob Peters (Olds) 22 11 .500

Jack Holsinger (Can) 24 12 .500

Jon Oorlog (Sc) 27 13 .481

Andrew Brodbeck (Cs) 25 12 .480

Casey Turgeon (Dun) 23 11 .478

Mike Martello (Sem) 40 19 .475

Taylor Layner (Osc) 30 14 .467

Thomas Henry (Can) 30 14 .467

T.J. Glessner (Osc) 24 11 .458

Shawn Delmontagne (Ne) 35 16 .457

Lincoln Dunham (EL) 32 15 .452

Gabe Martello (Sem) 34 15 .441

Scott Robinson (Sem) 25 11 .440

Alex Libby (Dun) 11 25 .440

Bryce Wilson (Can) 16 7 .438

Nathan Chlysta (DH) 16 7 .438

Brent Rasmussen (Sc) 30 13 .433

RBIs: 24 Alex Winkle (IRC); 18 Jon Oorlog (Sc), Thomas Henry (Can); 17 Alex Winkle (IRC); 14 Lincoln Dunham (EL); 13 Tyler Larsen (Sc), Chris Frey (Cs); 12 Brian Anrasek (Clw); 10 Casey Turgeon (Dun), Mike Carlin (Sem), Spencer Heath (Sc), Taylor Layner (Osc), Jake Holsinger (Can), Spencer Wilson (Cs); 9 Marc Brakeman (Sc); 8 James Petika (CCC), Scott Robinson (Sem), Craig Schafer (Osc).

HOME RUNS: 5 Alex Winkle (IRC); 4 Casey Turgeon (Dun), Shawn Delmontagne (Ne); 3 James Dowdell (CCC); 2 Alex Libby (Dun), Will Fulmer (EL), Taylor Layner (Osc)

Pitching | Minimum nine innings

Name (school) W-L W-L IP

Charlie Lamar (CCC) 1-0 0.00 8.0

Cody Alessi (EL) 2-0 0.38 18.1

Winston Rivas (Osc) 4-0 0.58 24.3

Tim McKay (SPC) 0-1 0.70 10.0

Alex Norris (Dun) 1-0 0.78 9.0

Zach Olson (CCC) 2-0 0.87 16.0

Alex Young (TS) 2-0 0.91 23.0

Andrew McCormick (Clw) 1-2 1.21 29.0

Joe Lamoureux (Sem) 2-1 1.20 11.2

Ryan Reedy (Dun) 2-0 1.40 20.0

Taylor Layner (Osc) 2-0 1.40 10.0

Spencer Heirman (Sem) 3-1 1.46 24.0

Jordan Doyle (Sem) 1-0 1.50 9.3

Chris Brock-Jones (Lw) 2-0 1.75 16.0

Tommy Organ (TS) N/A 1.84 27.0

STRIKEOUTS: 40 Alex Young (TS); 38 Harrison Hall (Can); 35 Brad Replogle (Lw); 34 Justin Tedder (SPC): 33 Tim Lamoureux (Sem); 31 Alex Winkle (IRC); 27 Jacob Peters (Olds), Travis Webster (Cs); 26 Tommy Organ (TS), Cody Alessi (EL), Winston Rivas (Osc); 24 Spencer Heirman (Sem); 22 Jordan Lindsay (Lw); 19 Mark Danna (DH); 18 Kyle Leja (Cs), Taylor Layner (Osc); 16 Ryan Reedy (Dun), Twitty (SPC) ; 15 Joe Lamoureux (Sem); 14 Zach Olson (CCC); 13 Nick Franz (EL), Jordan Doyle (Sem), Justin Paulton (DH), John McKnight (IRC); 12 Nathan Chlysta (DH).

Pinellas: Baseball super 7, stats 03/19/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 19, 2009 6:06pm]
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