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North Suncoast stats

North Suncoast softball statistics


(minimum 30 at-bats)

Player, school G AB H Avg.

Devin Fellman (Gulf) 25 73 43 .589

Jackie Butler (HCA) 13 40 22 .550

Mary Ellen Langley (HCA) 13 50 27 .540

Heidi Riley (HCA) 14 42 22 .524

Michelle McKonly (RR) 18 59 30 .508

Danielle Fennimore (Hudson) 21 47 27 .574

Madison Morris (RR) 18 63 33 .524

Alexis Aubuchon (LOL) 15 43 22 .512

Lucy Schneider (Pasco) 22 81 42 .519

Sarah Simon (RR) 17 54 27 .500

Home runs

9: Michelle Bradley (Land O'Lakes)

8: Olivia Kline (Mitchell)

6: Colena Lazar (Pasco)

5: Danielle Fennimore (Hudson), Sarah Simon (RR)

3: Devin Fellman (Gulf), Mary Ellen Langley (HCA), Lucy Schneider (Pasco)


42: Sarah Simon (River Ridge)

38: Olivia Kline (Mitchell)

32: Devin Fellman (Gulf)

31: Michelle Bradley (Land O'Lakes)

28: Ashley Anderton (Zephyrhills), Colena Lazar (Pasco)

25: Lucy Schneider (Pasco), Danielle Fennimore (Hudson)


12: Michelle McKonly (RR)

10: Devin Fellman (Gulf)

9: Lakyn Shull (RR)

8: Michelle Bradley (Land O'Lakes), Samantha Dittman (Sunlake)

Stolen bases

37: Brittany Mayhill (Gulf)

26: Lucy Schneider (Pasco)

20: Lizzy Olmstead (Nature Coast)

18: Jessica Santoli (Gulf)

16: Samantha Adamo (Land O'Lakes)

14: Alexis Aubuchon (Land O'Lakes)


(minimum 39 innings)

Player, school IP W-L ERA

Amy Bushong (Gulf) 44 4-4 0.15

Sara Hill (Gulf) 105.2 9-7 0.19

Colena Lazar (Pasco) 107 15-2 0.91

Cortney Radke (Mitchell) 55.2 5-4 1.00

Amber Hay (AATL) 43 4-4 1.30

Ashley Antczak (Nature Coast) 108 14-3 1.36

Meredith Hanshaw (HCA) 49 6-3 2.42

Olivia Kline (Mitchell) 62.2 6-3 1.22

Samantha Stahl (River Ridge) 58.2 10-2 1.90

Becky Powell (Springstead) 122 13-6 2.06

Michelle Bradley (LOL) 39 5-1 3.05

Kasey Murray (LOL) 50 8-1 3.92


(minimum 50)

178: Becky Powell (Springstead)

158: Colena Lazar (Pasco)

108: Ashley Antczak (Nature Coast)

76: Kasey Murray (LOL)

64: Amber Hay (AATL)

62: Sara Hill (Gulf)

76: Cortney Radke (Mitchell)

61: Michelle Bradley (LOL)

55: Ari Lowman (Hernando)

70: Olivia Kline (Mitchell)

54: Samantha Stahl (River Ridge)

North Suncoast softball statistics 04/10/08 [Last modified: Thursday, April 10, 2008 7:03pm]
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