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Seminole Little League dominates in District 5 play

Seminole Little League won district titles in major and junior baseball Tuesday to go a 6-for-6 in District 5 tournament action.

In the major championship game, Seminole fell behind 4-0 to Northeast in the first inning before rallying for seven runs in the second to retake command of the game and, ultimately, the district title.

Austin Lamoureux keyed the attack by smashing a two-run home run to put Seminole on the scoreboard in the second inning. Later in the second, Jason Katz blasted a grand slam to put Seminole ahead for good.

Tanner Rice hit a home run in the third, Doug Borgh added to the lead with a three-run home run in the fourth and Kyle Frick­man capped off Seminole's impressive power display with a two-run shot in the fifth. All but one of Seminole's 13 runs came off a home run.

In going 4-0 during the district tournament, Seminole hit 17 home runs. Katz and Rice tied for the Seminole lead with four each.

Ace pitcher Max Wilmer went the distance against Northeast in the championship to take the win.

In the junior baseball district tournament, Seminole scored 52 runs and allowed just one to roll to the district title.

Seminole didn't surrender a run in three games to reach the championship game against Pinellas Park National, which Seminole won 5-1.

Anthony Lamoureux (starter, four innings), Brett Phillips (two innings) and Tylor Craft (one inning) combined to hold Pinellas Park National to a run.

Of the six district tournaments played over the past two weeks in District 5, Seminole emerged victorious in each. Overall, Seminole won district titles in 9-10 baseball, 9-10 softball, 10-11 baseball, major baseball, major softball and junior baseball.

Also in District 5, Cross Bayou automatically advanced to the sectional tournament in 10-11 softball without having to play a district game.

Notable performances: Steven Plaskett, Joe Russo and Britton Araujo combined to toss a no-hitter in East Lake's 5-1 victory Sunday in District 12 major baseball. Plaskett started, threw four innings and struck out 10. Russo hit a two-run home run in the third inning. A day earlier, Cameron Churchill and Travis MacGregor each hit home runs to lead East Lake past Palm Harbor 14-4. … Also in District 5 major baseball, Blake Dyer hit a two-run home run to break a 3-all tie in Northeast's 13-3 victory over Gulf Beaches on Saturday. … Morgan Tolle went deep to lead the West Pasco major softball all-stars past Palm Harbor 12-2 in an opening-round game Saturday. Madisyn Palmer added a triple in West Pasco's rout. … Dunedin pitcher Ryan Deeley limited Holiday to one run in a complete-game, 7-1 victory in District 12 major baseball Sunday to improve Dunedin's record to 2-0. … Paul Kulaga hit his first Little League home run in Clearwater's 8-3 victory over Countryside in District 12 major baseball Saturday. … Anessa Holes had five RBIs to lead West Pasco in District 12 9-10 softball past Tarpon Springs/Oldsmar 20-13 Saturday. West Pasco trailed 13-9 heading into the final inning but scored 11 runs in the sixth. … John Pichman's three-run home run was the big hit in Palm Harbor's 10-5 victory over West Pasco on Monday in District 12 9-10 baseball.

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All of Thursday's games were rained out. There are no games scheduled for today or Saturday.

sunday's schedule

District 12

Major softball at Dunedin

Dunedin/Countryside/Largo vs. Clearwater/Oldsmar, 1 p.m.

West Pasco vs. East Lake, 1 p.m.

monday's schedule

District 12

9-10 baseball at


East Lake vs. Holiday, 7 p.m.

West Pasco vs. Oldsmar, 7 p.m.

9-10 softball at Dunedin

Safety Harbor vs. Dunedin/Countryside, 7 p.m.

West Pasco vs. Clearwater, 7 p.m.

Major baseball at Holiday

Countryside vs. East Lake, 7 p.m.

West Pasco vs. Tarpon Springs, 7 p.m.

Holiday vs. Oldsmar, 7 p.m.

Major softball at Dunedin

Safety Harbor vs. West Pasco-East Lake loser, 7 p.m.

Palm Harbor vs. Dunedin/Countryside/Largo-Clearwater/Oldsmar loser, 7 p.m.

Junior baseball at Dunedin

West Pasco vs. Holiday, 7 p.m.

Senior baseball at Dunedin

Largo vs. West Pasco, 7 p.m.

Holiday vs. Dunedin, 7 p.m.

Senior softball at Dunedin

Countryside/Oldsmar/Tarpon Springs vs. Safety Harbor, 7 p.m.

Seminole Little League dominates in District 5 play 07/02/09 [Last modified: Thursday, July 2, 2009 9:43pm]
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