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Hillsborough: Baseball super 7, stats

Baseball Super Seven

(records through Wednesday)

1. Jesuit (20-0): Tigers added another national No. 1 ranking this week — this one from Baseball America then went out and drubbed Brooklyn (N.Y.) Xaverian 11-1 in the first round of their Easter tournament. Not very hospitable.

2. Alonso (19-2): The Ravens' strength is pitching, but Alonso has three players with 24 RBIs. Saladino co-MVP Tyler Ding (.485 avg., 24 RBIs, 20 SB) has done it all.

3. Armwood (19-4): Hawks have won nine of their past 10, and from the looks of things their pitching combination of Robert Benincasa and Zack Powers can lead them deep into the postseason.

4. Gaither (16-5): The Cowboys are finding ways to win. Being battle-tested after playing in arguably the area's toughest district will help from here on out. And a trip to the Saladino final gives a team that starts three seniors the confidence it needed.

5. Brandon (16-5): Might get top run producer Roderick Shoulders back in time for districts, the perfect remedy for a season plagued by injury. If pitching holds up, the Eagles could be dangerous.

6. Plant (16-6): Continued to beat up on district competition with a 13-1 win over Chamberlain. Senior Mychal Givens has 12 extra-base hits (eight doubles, one triple, three homers).

7. Tampa Catholic: (15-5): A 10-0 loss to Alonso in the Saladino quarters means the jury is still out on the Crusaders, but after that 13-game winning streak, who can argue that won't be a factor in the Class 3A postseason.

Just missed the cut: Bloomingdale (13-7), Hillsborough (12-8), Spoto (12-8), Sickles (9-9)

Batting | minimum 30 at-bats

Name (school) AB H BA

Morgan Capen (Bayshore) 39 26 .667

Trent Tagliarini (Cambridge) 48 28 .583

Garrett Stenholm (Bayshore) 31 18 .581

Reggie Williams Jr. (B-D) 42 23 .528

Nick Robin (Citrus Park) 33 17 .515

Rolando Peraza (Leto) 59 30 .508

Fonzie Diaz (Citrus Park) 32 16 .500

Greg Dupell (Jesuit) 59 29 .492

Joe Hudson (Jesuit) 51 25 .491

Lance McCullers (Jesuit) 47 23 .489

Tyler Ding (Alonso) 68 33 .485

Ryan Henry (Tampa Catholic) 64 30 .469

Jay Laurienzo (Hillsborough) 45 21 .467

Jadamion Williams (Brooks-DeBartolo) 50 23 .460

Zack Powers (Armwood) 61 28 .459

Michael Smith (Brandon) 61 28 .459

HOME RUNS: 8 Jadamion Williams (Brooks-DeBartolo); 6 Micah Carmony (Plant City), Mike Danner (Gaither), Chad Taylor (Jefferson); 5 Michael Smith (Brandon), Graham Ramos (Plant), Rolando Peraza (Leto), Steve Christiansen (Wharton), Drew Doty (Gaither), Jay Laurienzo (Hillsborough), Nick Lockwood (Jesuit), Greg Dupell (Jesuit); 4 Jimmy Falla (Jesuit), Lance McCullers (Jesuit), Cameron Alford (Tampa Catholic), Brett Gordon (Chamberlain), Kevin Snyder (Middleton), Tyler Luper (Hillsborough), Josh Dunn (Sickles), Kory Wan (Gaither), Zack Powers (Armwood), Thomas Dorminy (Alonso), Kelvin Mention (Brooks-DeBartolo)

RBIs: 32 Greg Dupell (Jesuit); 31 Rolando Peraza (Leto); 25 Michael Smith (Brandon); 24 Chad Taylor (Jefferson), Trent Tagliarini (Cambridge), Joey Bobo (Tampa Prep), Adam Pendleton (Alonso), Thomas Dorminy (Alonso), Tyler Ding (Alonso), Joe Cartwright (Armwood); 23 Joe Hudson (Jesuit), Lance McCullers (Jesuit), Joey Spack (Jesuit), Nick Lockwood (Jesuit); 22 Austin Hartzler (Jesuit), Fonzie Diaz (Citrus Park); 21 Drew Doty (Gaither), Steve Christiansen (Wharton), Shane Rowland (Tampa Catholic), Micah Carmony (Plant City)

STOLEN BASES: 50 Reggie Williams Jr. (Brooks-DeBartolo); 31 Fonzie Diaz (Citrus Park); 27 Forrest Crim (Seffner); 25 Morgan Capen (Bayshore); 23 Jadamion Williams (Brooks-DeBartolo); 20 Tyler Ding (Alonso); 18 Grant Dohrenwend (Seffner); 18 Aaron Fludd (Brooks-DeBartolo); 17 Tito Martinez (Alonso), Joseph Evans (Wharton); 16 Chris Newcomb (East Bay)

Pitching | minimum 28 innings

Name (school) IP W-L ERA

Ray Delphey (Alonso) 38 5-0 0.92

Frank Ambrosino (Bloom.) 29 4-1 0.97

Jake Lowe (Plant) 39 4-2 1.08

Mychal Givens (Plant) 51 6-1 1.10

Willi Martin (Jesuit) 42 8-0 1.15

Thomas Dorminy (Alonso) 41 6-0 1.19

Robert Benincasa (Armwood) 56 9-0 1.25

Daniel Gibson (Jesuit) 41 6-0 1.35

Dylan Hathcock (Gaither) 28 3-1 1.37

Chase Sparkman (Brandon) 31 3-1 1.50

Sergio Pita (Plant) 28 4-1 1.93

Garrett Ransom (Berkeley Prep) 47 5-2 1.99

Nick Gonzalez (Leto) 34 3-2 2.04

R.J. Brown (Bloomingdale) 49 3-2 2.38

Tony Pikos (Berkeley Prep) 41 2-3 2.46

STRIKEOUTS: 73 Robert Benincasa (Armwood); 72 Thomas Dorminy (Alonso); 71 Mychal Givens (Plant); 64 Ray Delphey (Alonso); 57 Tony Pikos (Berkeley Prep); 55 George Schmitt (Spoto); 53 Jacob Pettit (Spoto); 50 Zack Powers (Armwood); 49 Joel Britt (Freedom); 47 Daniel Gibson (Jesuit); 46 Nick Gonzalez (Leto), R.J. Brown (Bloomingdale)

Hillsborough: Baseball super 7, stats 04/17/09 [Last modified: Friday, April 17, 2009 12:44am]
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