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Hillsborough: Softball super 7, stats

Softball Super 7

Records through Wednesday

1. Chamberlain (11-0): The Chiefs won their past three games — all on the road — including a 4-1 win over Plant. They have outscored opponents 140-6 thanks in part to strong pitching from Angela Kafalas (0.93 ERA) and Alexandra Hartshorn (0.23 ERA).

2. Plant (8-2): The Panthers lost again to Chamberlain, then took it out on Blake 14-0. Every one of Plant's wins has been a shutout.

3. Sickles (11-3): The Gryphons' past four games were decided by two runs or fewer with Sickles winning three of those. Sickles finally fell to a hot Mitchell team 1-0 on Tuesday.

4. Gaither (9-3): The Cowboys slipped up in a tough loss to Sickles, then almost were upended by Alonso. But Gaither fought off the Ravens, trailing by four runs late, for a 9-7 win capped by a Kristen McGrath walkoff home run.

5. Plant City (15-3): The Raiders lost their first road game of the year Wednesday, 3-0 at Sarasota, which snapped a five-game win streak. Big games with East Bay and Riverview loom large.

6. Newsome (12-3): The Wolves have not lost in more than a month, piecing together a 10-game win streak, and have outscored teams 105-6 in that span.

7. Tampa Catholic (9-2): The Crusaders have won six of their past seven including an 8-0 win at Clearwater Central Catholic on Tuesday.

Batting | minimum nine games

Name (school) AB H BA

Marissa Menendez (Chamberlain) 24 18 .750

Amanda Gunter (Chamberlain) 22 13 .591

Bailey Schinella (Newsome) 10 30 17 .567

Kirstin Austin (King) 32 18 .562

Ellen Scott (Chamberlain) 29 16 552

Felicia Heaser (Newsome) 15 8 .533

Tara Thomas (Plant City) 59 30 .508

Brianna Bell (Riverview) 22 11 .500

Courtney Croney (Plant) 26 10 .500

HOME RUNS: 3 Jennie Cook (Chamberlain), Ashlyn Terry (Hillsborough); 2 Kristen McGrath (Gaither); MacKenzie Audas (Plant City); Reina Baluja (Plant); Sarah Bowling (Plant); Meaghan Schultz (Newsome); Kayleen Boatwright (Riverview); Victoria Cooper (East Bay); Bianka Bell (Riverview)

RBIs: 19 Kayleen Boatwright (Riverview); 16 Ellen Scott (Chamberlain); 15 Bailey Schinella (Newsome); 14 Kristen McGrath (Gaither); Jennie Cook (Chamberlain); Sierra Rock (East Bay); Annalise Coffeee (Plant City); Taylor Storey (Plant City); Jenn Owens (Newsome); Mallory Brooks (King); Megan Paul (Freedom); Jasmine Cox (Robinson); 13 MacKenzie Audas (Plant City); Bianka Bell (Riverview); 12 Mya Anderson (Sickles); Laura Lovell (Newsome); Kathryn Spack (TC); McKenzie Carter (Bloomingdale); Alexia McIntyre (Hillsborough)

STOLEN BASES: 26 Tara Thomas (Plant City); 12 Kirstin Austin (King); 10 Jasmine Cox (Robinson); Kathryn Spack (TC)

Pitching | minimum 30 innings

Name (school) IP W-L ERA

Alexis Caruso (Cambridge) 39 5-1 0.00

Alexandra Hartshorn (Chamberlain) 31 6-0 0.23

Bailey Schinella (Newsome) 50 9-0 0.28

MacKenzie Audas (Plant City) 48 6-1 0.58

Tyler Riendeau (Robinson) 33 4-1 0.85

Kayla Cox (East Bay) 86 7-5 0.90

Tory Bohanan (TC) 44 5-1 0.95

Ashlyn Terry (Hillsborough) 48 5-4 1.02

Kaylyn Camacho (Bloomingdale) 67.1 6-4 1.04

Taylor McCoy (Riverview) 33 3-2 1.06

Megan Still (Plant City) 64 8-2 1.09

Erika Wetherington (Durant) 51 2-5 1.24

Chelsea Oglevie (Sickles) 38 5-1 1.29

Kayla Goff (Brandon) 59.1 5-3 1.42

Lauren Wolfe (Durant) 31 3-2 1.56

STRIKEOUTS: 154 Kayla Cox (East Bay); 95 MacKenzie Audas (Plant City); 91 Jenny Weissman (BP); 89 Kayla Goff (Brandon); 88 Kaylyn Camacho (Bloomingdale); 77 Jenny Weissman (BP); Megan Still (Plant City); 73 Lindsey Krenn (AHN); 61 Lauren Traynham (Armwood); 60 Kristen McGrath (Gaither)

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