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Pinellas: Softball super 7 and stats

1. Palm Harbor University (12-1): With victories over East Lake and Pinellas Park, the Hurricanes have established themselves as the team to beat in the county.

2. East Lake (9-3): By virtue of their 4-2 victory Wednesday over Pinellas Park, the Eagles land in our runnerup spot.

3. Pinellas Park (12-2): Patriots started 11-0 but have lost two of past three and sit in third place in 5A-9.

4. St. Petersburg Catholic (9-3): Is SPC a serious contender for the Class 3A crown? Barons looked superb in past three wins over Canterbury, Palmetto and Tampa Catholic.

5. Countryside (6-3): The Cougars were a preseason favorite but have lost two of three and barely slid past Dunedin on Wednesday.

6. Osceola (8-3): Since going 1-3 at the Lake Mary tournament, the Warriors have won seven straight against county foes.

7. Tarpon Springs (6-3): Spongers are solid but not quite at the level of the top three — PHU, East Lake and Pinellas Park — in 5A-9.

Batting | Minimum 15 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Sarah Rappach (IRC) 26 18 .692

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 40 26 .650

Kelly Coston (CCC) 19 11 .579

Dayna DeBaylo (Osc) 24 13 .542

Sara Nevins (PP) 39 21 .538

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 30 16 .533

Ali Armstrong (IRC) 17 9 .529

Sarah Brangengerg (IRC) 17 9 .529

Tori Hambleton (St. Pete.) 17 9 .529

Dominique Miller (IRC) 19 10 .526

HOME RUNS: 3 Chloe Saganowich (SPC), Samantha Wilkerson (Nor); 2 Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Meghan Edwards (Osc), Ashley Ehlers (Dun), Allison Shirley (Osc), Blakelie Vimond (Nor)

RBIs: 18 Jen Lyons (IRC); 17 Madison Saganowich (SPC); 16 Meghan Edwards (Osc), Allison Shirley (Osc); 15 Kelsey Oonk (East Lake), Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 14 Jennifer Labau (Sem), Samantha Martin (PP), Sarah Read (Sem); 13 Ali Armstrong (IRC), Shelby Ginty (SPC), Macey Hall (Can); 12 Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Krissy Longstreet (Can), Lyndsey McKenna (SPC), Sara Nevins (PP), Sarah Rappach (IRC)

Pitching | Minimum 13 innings

Player (school) W-L ERA SO

Sara Nevins (PP) 12-2 0.33 157

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 9-2 0.62 109

Alyssa Bache (Cou) 6-3 0.70 101

Emily Crawford (Sem) 2-0 1.59 37

Kristy Fudge (SPC) 2-1 1.75 21

Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can) 2-1 2.00 24

Emily Winesett (Can) 2-1 2.03 26

Tina Campbell (Lak) 6-3 2.23 63

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 5-0 2.30 33

Sam McCloskey (CCC) 4-2 2.33 24

Pinellas: Softball super 7 and stats 03/12/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 12, 2009 11:46pm]
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