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Pinellas: Little League roundup

Times Staff Writer

Dalton Shaw and Trey Putzel combined for a six-hitter in Palm Harbor's 17-6 win over West Pasco in 9-10 baseball in District 12.

Shaw went 2-for-3 at the plate with 2 RBIs. Also contributing to Palm Harbor's hit parade were David Morrin (3-for-5, 2 RBIs), Clayton Moran (2-for-3, 2 RBIs) and Danny Grill (2-for-4, 2 RBIs).

East Lake 19, West Pinellas 1: In 9-10 baseball, Travis MacGregor was 4-for-4 with a triple, a double and two singles in East Lake's victory over West Pinellas. Chase Arnole tripled, Bryce Moecklin doubled and Wade Blair was 3-for-4 with a double for East Lake. Harrison Long and Chase Arnold combined to hold West Pinellas to five hits and one run.

Dunedin 8, Largo 5: In 10-11 baseball, Ryan Deeley had three hits and pitched five strong innings to lead Dunedin past Largo. Brandon Ferguson had three hits, Kollin Van Zant had two hits and Isaac Alfonzo stroked a double to pace Dunedin's offense. Deeley earned the win. Camerson Janssen came on in the sixth to pick up the save.

Palm Harbor 10, Holiday 0: In 10-11 baseball, Brian Auerbach pitched a complete-game two-hitter and hit a grand slam to lead Palm Harbor to a shutout victory over Holiday.

Results from Sunday

District 5

Behind Larry Coffee's second-inning grand slam, Seminole No. 1 defeated Northeast No. 2 12-0 in 9-10 baseball.

Seminole pitchers Alex Raymonds and Nathan Tomilonus held Northeast No. 2 scoreless over four innings. Nick Lamoureux and Tyler Malinowski each hit doubles for Seminole No. 1.

Seminole No. 2 22, Baypoint 8: In 9-10 baseball, Kyle Fansler went 2-for-2 at the plate and was the winning pitcher in Seminole No. 2's win. Sean McCarthy had three hits in four at-bats for Seminole No. 2

Northeast No. 1 23, Azalea 2: In 9-10 baseball, Northeast No. 1 pounded out 23 hits in its win. Michael Abbot went 4-for-5, Parker Bryant was 3-for-3, Brenden Gramaila went 3-for-4 and Cole Villeneuve was 2-for-2 to lead Northeast No. 1. Jack Grobmyer was the winning pitcher.

Northeast No. 1 15, Baypoint 4: In 9-10 baseball, Northeast No. 1 also won its second game of the day. Parker Bryant was the winning pitcher and went 3-for-3 at the plate with an inside-the-park home run. Jack Bissett also went 3-for-3 and Greyson Porter was 2-for-2 for Northeast No. 1.

Seminole 18, Southwest 0: In 10-11 baseball, Dan Oberst pitched a no-hitter and hit a home run to lead Seminole past Southwest. Chris Berry went deep twice and Jacob Silverstien also hit a home run for Seminole.

Northeast 10, Gulf Beaches 0: In 10-11 baseball, David Sockol pitched a one-hit shutout and had a double at the plate to lead Northeast to the win. Also powering Northeast's offense with doubles were Austin Andrade, Blake Dyer, Jake Moore and Matt Mainelli.

District 12

In 9-10 baseball, Colton Widdows and Austin Mathews combined to throw a two-hitter in Countryside's 7-0 victory over Safety Harbor. Cyle Kania, Nick March and Kyle Murphy each provided key hits for Countryside.

Results from Saturday

District 5

In 9-10 baseball, Luke Bibelhauser's two-RBI double in the fourth inning broke open a 4-3 game and propelled Seminole No. 2 to a 13-3 victory over Azalea.

Connor Ryan gave a strong performance on the mound as Seminole No. 2's starting pitcher. Ryan Sandberg and Nick Perret came on in relief to hold Azalea to three runs.

District 12

In 9-10 baseball, Ryan Wall and Travis MacGregor combined to pitch a two-hitter in East Lake's 5-2 win over Palm Harbor.

Michael Paul tripled, Cole Moecklin doubled, and Wade Blair, Bryce Moecklin and Wall all singled for East Lake.

Fast facts

Today's schedule

District 12

9-10 baseball at Largo

Countryside vs. Clearwater, 7

Dunedin vs. Tarpon Springs, 7

Oldsmar vs. Safety Harbor, 7

10-11 baseball at Clearwater

Tarpon Springs vs. Countryside, 7

West Pasco vs. Dunedin, 7

Clearwater vs. Holiday, 7

District 5

10-11 baseball at Pinellas Park

Seminole vs. Gulf Beaches, 6

Southwest vs. Northeast, 8

Pinellas: Little League roundup 06/24/08 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 10:42am]
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