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Hillsborough softball Super 7 and statistics

Softball: Super 7

Records through Tuesday:

1. Bloomingdale (9-0): The Bulls keep finding ways to win. Tuesday, the Bulls got a dominant game from ace Lace Smith and a dazzling catch from Taylor Engman to stay perfect.

2. Strawberry Crest (8-1): In five games since a 6-3 loss to Bloomingdale, the Chargers have outscored their opponents 55-1. Cacey Simmons and Mia Fund have combined for eight of the team's 25 steals.

3. Alonso (7-2): Jessica Warren ranks among the state leaders with six home runs for a team that lost 2-1 to Bloomingdale, its closest game of the year so far.

4. Newsome (5-2): Cassidy Davis, Rian Medley and Claire Feldman have allowed only three earned runs and struck out 47 through seven games.

5. Tampa Catholic (6-2): The Crusaders rebounded from a 3-2 loss to Academy at the Lakes with a 7-4 win over Berkeley Prep. Emily Small starred with four RBIs on a double and a home run.

6. Steinbrenner (6-1): Erica Serafini's last three games: six RBIs, six runs scored and a .400 batting average.

7. Seffner Christian (8-1): The Crusaders are loaded with youth. Pitchers Madison Cates and Rachel Seifert and leading hitter Celia Higgins are all eighth-graders.

Also considered: Plant, Chamberlain, Academy of the Holy Names, Plant City, Robinson, Leto

Statistics

Batting

minimum 10 at-bats

Player, school AB H Avg.

J. Warren (Alo) 30 22 .733

K. Wilson (Ste) 14 10 .714

K. Beach (TP) 10 7 .700

B. Rafferty (Rob) 28 18 .643

R. Carlson (Fre) 26 16 .615

T. Reibsome (SC) 21 12 .571

R. Harkins (Leto) 23 13 .565

K. Carson (TC) 23 13 .565

M. Culver (EB) 18 10 .556

E. Register (PC) 27 15 .556

A. Masessa (SC) 20 11 .550

K. Hoover (BP) 31 17 .548

M. Wetzel (Alo) 24 13 .542

D. Bautista (Ste) 24 13 .542

C. Hornsby (Jef) 13 7 .538

A. Robbins (Gai) 23 12 .522

C. Higgins (SCA) 29 15 .517

A. Raymond (Mid) 14 7 .500

J. Schifino (AHN) 31 15 .484

A. Muyres (AHN) 29 14 .483

B. Nicker (BP) 29 14 .483

M. Fung (SC) 27 13 .481

B. Bramwell (AHN) 27 13 .481

A. Wellen (SCA) 27 13 .481

H. Varmah (TC) 23 11 .478

M. Ward (BP) 32 15 .469

A. Glass (BP) 28 13 .464

K. Dick (Leto) 28 13 .464

H. Morrell (Rob) 24 11 .458

S. Conlan (Rob) 24 11 .458

J. Carter (Sic) 24 11 .458

J. Enriquez (AHN) 22 10 .455

G. Trejo (Mid) 20 9 .450

J. Rogers (TC) 20 9 .450

Pitching

minimum 15 innings

Player, school Inn. W-L ERA

C. Feldman (New) 21 2/33-1 0.65

S. Tyler (SC) 38 6-1 0.92

S. Grat (Gai) 15 1-1 0.93

M. Cates (SCA) 23 1/34-0 1.20

K. Maxwell (Alo) 38 5-1 1.29

A. Williams (PC) 16 2-0 1.31

M. Ward (BP) 57 8-2 1.35

D. Tringali (Pla) 19 4-0 1.47

N. Dietrich (PC) 40 5-3 1.75

T. Baker (EB) 42 1/33-3 1.82

K. Beach (TP) 20 1/33-0 2.07

J. Rogers (TC) 40 6-2 2.10

K. Ramsey (Ste) 27 4-1 2.33

M. Dooley (Wha) 30 1-4 2.33

R. Seifert (SCA) 34 2/33-1 2.42

M. Prado (Leto) 28 4-0 2.50

S. Hammons (Dur) 35 2/34-3 2.55

Home runs

7: K. Hoover (BP); 6: J. Warren (Alo); 3: D. Scott (Pla), B. Rafferty (Rob), M. Fung (SC), E. Small (TC); 2: K. Tidwell (Dur), B. Leistl (New), C. Armstrong (Sic), M. Reed (SC), K. Beach (TP)

RBIs

19: K. Hoover (BP); 17: E. Small (TC); 15: J. Warren (Alo), S. Bell (Dur); 14: B. Bramwell (AHN), E. Pillers (Alo); 13: M. Ward (BP), S. Bezares (Dur), B. Rafferty (Rob), C. Armstrong (Sic); 11: B. Kursch (Gai), C. Higgins (SCA), E. Serafini (Ste), M. Reed (SC); 10: K. Wilson (Ste); 9: S. Grat (Gai), T. Wilkins (Gai), K. Dick (Leto), R. Harkins (Leto), E. Register (PC), R. Sorenson (PC), A. Wellen (SCA), A. Sparkman (SC), C. Simmons (SC), M. Epperson (TC), C. Clauberg (TC); 8: A. Muyres (AHN), C. O'Neal (Gai), A. Jones (Leto), K. Booth (PC), A. Brown (PC), K. Weachter (Rob), S. Conlan (Rob), M. Cates (SCA), D. Bautista (Ste), A. Masessa (SC), H. Varmah (TC); 7: D. Lewis (AHN), B. Nicker (BP), M. Brazel (BP), D. Williams (Bla), A. Weathers (Bla), N. Carraballo (Bla), E. Mason (Gai), J. Autie (Gai), B. Leistl (New), C. Jinks (Pla), A. Crosby (Rob), K. Trautvetter (Rob), J. Oliva (Rob), B. Boyce (SCA), T. Linville (SCA), K. Beach (TP)

Coaches are reminded to email (hometeam@tampabay.com) fax (727-893-8782) or update stats on MaxPreps by noon on Wednesdays.

Strikeouts

124: M. Ward (BP); 55: S. Tyler (SC); 50: S. Hammons (Dur); 46: N. Lopez (Jef); 44: M. Dooley (Wha); 42: T. Baker (EB); 40: K. McMillan (Riv); 38: K. Beach (TP); 37: K. Maxwell (Alo); 35: A. Weathers (Bla), M. Prado (Leto); 34: G. Street (Fre); 33: K. Dick (Leto), R. Seifert (SCA), J. Rogers (TC); 32: T. Spain (Hil); 30: T. Purtell (Bla), C. Feldman (New)

Hillsborough softball Super 7 and statistics 03/05/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 5, 2014 9:45pm]
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