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North Suncoast: Softball super 7, stats

Softball Super Seven

Records through Wednesday

1. Land O'Lakes (9-0): One game, one 27-0 victory. So, who exactly missed the extra point?

2. Mitchell (10-4): Four straight wins against solid competition. Mustang pitchers have allowed one run or fewer in nine of the past 10 games (and are 9-1 in that span, coincidentally).

3. Zephyrhills (8-4): Bulldogs 6-1 after slow start, including huge win over previous No. 2 Pasco last week.

4. Pasco (11-1): Next week will get a crack at No. 1 Land O'Lakes.

5. River Ridge (8-3): Snapped a two-game losing streak with win over Ridgewood.

6. Nature Coast (8-4): Just 4-4 since 4-0 start.

7. Sunlake (12-4): Two shutouts this year, coming in past three games.

Batting average | minimum 25 at-bats

Player, school G AB H Avg.

McKenzie Burns, Cen 11 30 22 .733

Heidi Riley, HCA 12 38 25 .658

Jackie Butler, HCA 12 36 23 .639

Lauren Pasquale, ZH 8 23 14 .609

Erica Maldonado, Her 12 35 20 .571

Alex Rogers, SL 16 52 30 .577

Samantha Dittman, SL 15 48 27 .562

Melissa Weaver, HCA 12 36 20 .556

Lucy Schneider, Pas 11 38 21 .553

Jen Marshall, NC 9 29 15 .517

Brittney Mayhill, G 14 42 21 .500

Brittany Parker, Her 11 40 20 .500

Cristina Rosario, LOL 8 24 12 .500

Jessica Santoli, G 14 44 22 .500

Samantha Adamo, LOL 9 34 17 .500

Lizzy Olmstead, NC 8 33 16 .485

Colena Lazar, Pas 11 36 17 .472

Kelsey McManus, NC 10 34 16 .471

Sarah Burchfield, Pas 11 28 13 .464

Colesa Lazar, Pas 11 37 17 .459

Madison Morris, RR 11 35 16 .457

Demi Maldonado, Her 12 47 21 .447

Megan Newsome, Pas 11 41 18 .439

Angel Bullock, LOL 7 16 7 .438

Meghan Durbin, SL 16 42 18 .429

Sarah Simon, RR 11 33 14 .424

Jessica Tamburri, RR 11 36 14 .389

Keeria McKenzie, Cen 11 39 18 .462

Courtney Durbin, SL 16 51 25 .490

Jessica Austin, LOL 9 31 15 .484

Remi Manuel, HCA 12 33 15 .455

Kasey Murray, LOL 8 26 11 .423

Christin Boettcher, ZH 10 34 14 .412

Ciara Seymour, Mit 12 38 15 .395

Madeline Hanshaw, HCA 12 33 13 .394

Audrey Allen, HCA 12 33 13 .394

Michelle Bradley, LOL 9 33 13 .394

Amber Hay, AATL 7 23 9 .391

Jamie McCullough, G 14 44 17 .386

HOME RUNS: 6 Amy Szymanowski (BM); 4 Samantha Dittman (SL); 3 Briana Blanyar (ZH), Lucy Schneider (Pas), Colena Lazar (Pas); 2 Lacey Cook (ZH), Heidi Riley (HCA), Demi Maldonado (Her)

TRIPLES: 7 Samantha Adamo (LOL); 5 Courtney Durbin (SL), Alex Rogers (SL), Heidi Riley (HCA), Amber Hay (AATL); 3 Chloe Fletcher (SL); 2 Loren Smith (LOL), Erica Maldonado (Her), Samantha Crews (ZH), Jessica Santoli (G), Casey Raza (WR), Lucy Schneider (Pas), Samantha Dittman (SL), Ashley Orta (SL), Audrey Allen (HCA), Melissa Weaver (HCA)

DOUBLES: 9 Heidi Riley (HCA); 8 Lauren Pasquale (ZH); 7 Erica Maldonado (Her); 6 Samantha Dittman (SL), Lucy Schneider (Pas), Erica Maldonado (Her); 5 Jamie McCullough (G), Jackie Butler (HCA), Jessica Austin (LOL); 4 Olivia Kline (M), Remi Manuel (HCA), Ashley Garland (RR), Lacey Cook (ZH), Kasey Murray (LOL), Michelle Bradley (LOL), Loren Smith (LOL), Colena Lazar (Pas), Colesa Lazar (Pas), Meghan Durbin (SL), Ashley Orta (SL), Remi Manuel (HCA); 3 Kelsey McManus (NC), Jessica Tamburri (RR), Ana Alberti (RR), Sarah Simon (RR), Renae Reynolds (Pas), Leah Hayes (G), Taylor Bruckner (G), Amber Maxey (G), Tiffany Hunnewell (AATL)

STOLEN BASES: 29 Brittney Mayhill (G); 15 Lucy Schneider (Pas); 12 Alex Rogers (SL); 11 Colesa Lazar (Pas); 10 Melissa Weaver (HCA), Lizzy Olmstead (NC), Samantha Crews (ZH); 9 McKenzie Burns (Cen), Jessica Santoli (G); 8 Lacey Cook (ZH), Lauren Pasquale (ZH), Samantha Adamo (LOL), Ashley Orta (SL), Alex Muscolina (BM); 7 Ginger Schiff (RW), Courtney Durbin (SL), Loren Smith (LOL); 6 Angel Bullock (LOL), Jessica Austin (LOL), Chloe Fletcher (SL), Sarah Jones (SL), Sarah Burchfield (Pas)

RBIs: 45 Samantha Dittman (SL); 22 Ashley Orta (SL); 21 Courtney Durbin (SL); 20 Colena Lazar (Pas); 19 Lucy Schneider (Pas), Demi Maldonado (Her), Amy Szymanowski (BM); 18 Jessica Santoli (G); 7 Alex Rogers (SL); 15 Jackie Butler (HCA); 14 Erica Maldonado (Her), Heidi Riley (HCA), Kelsey McManus (NC), Michelle Bradley (LOL); 13 Jessica Austin (LOL), Meghan Durbin (SL); 11 Lakyn Shull (RR), Samantha Adamo (LOL), Cristina Rosario (LOL); 10 Lauren Pasquale (ZH), Ana Alberti (RR), Jamie McCullough (G), Amber Maxey (G), Loren Smith (LOL),

Pitching based on ERA; minimum 20 innings

Player, school IP W-L ERA

Kasey Murray, LOL 22 4-0 0.00

Olivia Kline, M 41.2 4-2 0.34

Colena Lazar, Pas 47 7-0 0.60

Cortney Radke, Mit 22.1 2-2 0.63

Courtney Brandt, Pas 22 4-0 0.64

Michelle Bradley, LOL 34 5-0 0.82

Lakyn Shull, RR 44 4-1 0.95

Ashley Antczak, NC 69 7-3 1.72

Courtney Riddle, HCA 22.1 2-1 1.88

Lauren Pasquale, ZH 21.1 3-0 1.97

Mary Sorgenfrei, WR 67 6-4 2.19

Ana Alberti, RR 27 4-2 2.33

Alicia Field, HCA 41.2 7-0 2.35

Amber Maxey, G 29 3-1 2.66

Katie Bernaldo, WC 54 0-11 2.72

Amber Hay, AATL 32 4-2 2.84

Meghan Durbin, SL 96.1 12-4 4.51

STRIKEOUTS: 93 Colena Lazar (Pas); 60 Ashley Antczak (NC); 59 Michelle Bradley (LOL); 56 Amber Hay (AATL); 54 Meghan Durbin (SL); 45 Lakyn Shull (RR); 47 Olivia Kline (M); 43 Cortney Radke (M); 38 Kasey Murray (LOL); 37 Katie Bernaldo (WC); 34 Courtney Riddle (HCA); 33 Courtney Brandt (Pas); 28 Amber Maxey (G), Alicia Field (HCA),

SAVES: 2 Karra Fischer (SL)

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