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Hillsborough: Softball super 7 and stats

1. Chamberlain (8-0): The Chiefs are undefeated in district play and have outscored opponents 106-2. Marissa Menendez has hit a whopping .778 through eight games.

2. Plant (7-1): The Panthers' lone loss was to Chamberlain with a huge rematch set for tonight. Plant has outscored opponents 80-3.

3. Sickles (10-2): The Gryphons have won five in a row, including victories over Mitchell, Countryside and Riverview. Offense has led the way behind the bat of Mya Anderson with 12 RBIs and a .349 average.

4. Gaither (8-2): The youthful Cowboys have won six in a row, including games against Countryside and Mitchell. They are led by junior Kristen McGrath and her .448 batting average. She has 13 hits and nine RBIs.

5. Plant City (14-2): With big wins over Brandon, Riverview and Durant in recent weeks, the Raiders are 7-0 in road games and one of the surprise teams of the season. Plant City has outscored opponents 110-17.

6. Bloomingdale (8-3): Shrugged off a three-game losing streak to win its past five. Bulls senior Kaylyn Camacho has three one-hitters in her past four games with an overall ERA of 1.19.

7. Newsome (9-3): Another surprise team led by Wolves pitcher Bailey Schinella, who has not allowed an earned run in her seven wins. She has limited batters to three extra-base hits.

Batting | minimum eight games

Name (school) AB H BA

Marissa Menendez (Chamberlain) 18 14 .778

Jennie Cook (Chamberlain) 21 13 .619

Amanda Gunter (Chamberlain) 18 11 .611

Courtney Croney (Plant) 17 10 .588

Kirstin Austin (King) 24 13 .542

Bailey Schinella (Newsome) 24 13 .542

Jordan Alexander (Bloomingdale) 130 16 .533

Tara Thomas (Plant City) 55 29 .527

Sarah Bowling (Plant) 22 11 .500

McKenzie Carter (Bloomingdale) 30 15 .500

Kayla Goff (Brandon) 22 11 .500

HOME RUNS: 3 Jennie Cook (Chamberlain); 2 MacKenzie Audas (Plant City), Reina Baluja (Plant), Sarah Bowling (Plant), Meaghan Schultz (Newsome), Kayleen Boatwright (Riverview), Victoria Cooper (East Bay)

RBIs: 19 Kayleen Boatwright (Riverview); 14 Sierra Rock (East Bay), Analise Coffee (Plant City), Taylor Storey (Plant City); 13 MacKenzie Audas (Plant City), Jenn Owens (Newsome); 12 Mya Anderson (Sickles), Laura Lovell (Newsome); 11 Mc­Kenzie Carter (Bloomingdale); 10 Jordan Alexander (Bloomingdale), Bailey Schinella (Newsome), Stevie Cenal (AHN)

STOLEN BASES: 26 Tara Thomas (Plant City); 11 Kirstin Austin (King); 10 Jasmine Cox (Robinson); 8 Mya Anderson (Sickles), Kathryn Spack (TC); 7 Courtney Goff (Sickles), Marissa Menendez (Chamberlain)

Pitching

Name (school) IP W-L ERA

Alexis Caruso (Cambridge) 39 5-1 0.00

Alexandra Hartshorn (Chamb.) 24 5-0 0.00

Bailey Schinella (Newsome) 40 7-0 0.00

Tory Bohanan (TC) 34 4-1 0.40

MacKenzie Audas (Plant City) 46 6-1 0.61

Kayla Suskauer (Plant) 23 3-1 0.61

Tyler Riendeau (Robinson) 16 2-0 0.84

Megan Still (Plant City) 59 8-1 0.95

Kayla Cox (East Bay) 67 6-4 1.15

Kaylyn Camacho (Bloom.) 41 5-2 1.19

STRIKEOUTS: 120 Kayla Cox (East Bay); 91 MacKenzie Audas (Plant City); 77 Jenny Weissman (BP); 74 Megan Still (Plant City); 73 Lindsey Krenn (AHN); 72 Kayla Goff (Brandon); 66 Kaylyn Camacho (Bloomingdale); 51 Lauren Traynham (Armwood)

Hillsborough: Softball super 7 and stats 03/12/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 12, 2009 11:16pm]
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