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Hillsborough softball stats

Hillsborough stats


(minimum 26 at-bats)

Player, schoolAvg.ABH

Nicci Hopps (Seffner Christian).7334533

Samantha Holle (Chamberlain).5874627

K. Molkenthin (Bloomingdale) .5746839

Brittany Graff (Leto) .5615732

Hannah Ojeda (Plant).5615732

Ali Grant (Freedom).5605028

Kirstin Austin (King).5605028

Erika Arcuri (Plant).5484223

Kelly Kristen (Bloomingdale).5365630

Grace Slone Collins (Plant).5345831

Home runs

6 Becky Vyzas (AHN)

5 Erika Wetherington (Durant)

4 Nicci Hopps (Seffner Christian), Kelsey Horton (Durant)

3 Cara Brookshire (Seffner Christian), McKenzie Carter (Bloomingdale), Lauren Elgar (Gaither), Morgan Grove (Gaither), Kristen Jones (Durant), Samantha Levine (Armwood), Ashlyn Terry (Hillsborough)


38 Brittany Graff (Leto)

32 McKenzie Carter (Bloomingdale)

32 Ally Ledenham (Newsome)

30 Sara Demuth (Durant)

29 Samantha Holle (Chamberlain)

28 Kelly Kristen (Bloomingdale)

28 Katelyn Molkenthin (Bloomingdale)

25 Nicci Hopps (Seffner Christian)

23 Kristen Jones (Durant)


(minimum 39 innings)

Player, schoolW-LIPERA

Sara Demuth (Durant)13-3990.21

A. Hartshorn (Chamberlain)9-0570.47

Kirsten Kelsey (Tampa Prep)9-3720.97

Jenny Weissman (B. Prep)4-6630.99

Ashley McClain (Riverview)6-5661.06

Megan Still (Plant City)6-3611.15

Kayla Suskauer (Plant)6-354 1.29

Katie Gwinn (Riverview)7-2651.29

Morgan Grove (Gaither)6-3561.49

Kayla Cox (East Bay)12-51151.64


154 Kayla Cox (East Bay)

126 Sara Demuth (Durant)

122 Jenny Weissman (Berkeley Prep)

107 Lauren Traynham (Armwood)

105 Khrystyne Ely (Sickles)

98 Kayla Goff (Brandon)

96 Annie McEnery (Robinson)

87 Kirsten Kelsey (Tampa Prep)

84 Kaylyn Camacho (Bloomingdale)

77 Ashley McClain (Riverview)

Hillsborough softball stats 04/04/08 [Last modified: Friday, April 4, 2008 1:33am]
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