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Pinellas baseball super seven

Times' Super Seven

1. Clearwater Central Catholic (13-1): The beatings go on with the Marauders outscoring Lennard and Tampa a combined 24-0 last week.

2. Seminole (15-0): The Warhawks have scored at least 10 runs in four of their past five games.

3. Dunedin (13-2): The Falcons' bats are starting to come alive (38 runs in the past three games).

4. Clearwater (10-2): How good is the Tornadoes' pitching? They have shutouts in four of the past five games.

5. Canterbury (13-1): The

Crusaders keep rolling with

12 straight wins.

6. Northside Christian (11-4): The Mustangs have won seven straight and 10 of 11.

7. St. Petersburg (7-6): The Green Devils' only county loss is to Seminole.

(records through Wednesday)

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