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Pinellas: Softball super 7, stats

Softball Super Seven

1. Pinellas Park (21-2): Patriots are riding a nine-game win streak with districts approaching.

2. Countryside (15-6): Cougars came within inches of taking over the top spot after Ayanna Andrews was tagged out at home in the 11th inning against Pinellas Park.

3. Palm Harbor University (19-3): Hurricanes' game against Countryside on Monday determines PCAC North County champion.

4. East Lake (16-6): Eagles play Pinellas Park on Tuesday with the winner grabbing the No. 2 seed in 5A-9.

5. St. Petersburg Catholic (19-3): Barons have won 17 straight games since starting 2-3.

6. Osceola (13-8): Warriors need St. Petersburg to upset Seminole to represent South County in the PCAC championship.

7. Tarpon Springs (12-9): Spongers gave Pinellas Park all it could handle in a 1-0 loss on Tuesday.

Batting | Minimum 30 at-bats

Player (school) AB H BA

Sarah Rappach (IRC) 37 24 .649

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 74 46 .622

Britney Wolfenbarger (BC) 42 26 .619

Sarah Read (Sem) 57 33 .579

Sara Nevins (PP) 69 36 .522

Alyssa Bache (Cou) 44 22 .500

Michelle Laorenza (BC) 40 20 .500

Jen Lyons (IRC) 40 20 .500

Dominique Miller (IRC) 32 16 .500

Dayna DeBaylo (Osc) 30 15 .500

Allison Shirley (Osc) 50 24 .480

Tracy Coward (PP) 73 34 .466

Ayanna Andrews (Cou) 61 28 .459

Lauren Tozour (NC) 35 16 .457

Sam McCloskey (CCC) 55 25 .455

Jennifer Hunter (TS) 40 18 .450

Tiffany Race (Sem) 56 25 .446

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 52 23

Nikki Parker (SPC) 66 29 .439

Taylor Blanton (Dun) 39 17 .436

Stephanie Bonalewicz (NC) 39 17 .436

Kirsten Bembnowski (EL) 61 26 .426

Brittany Botelho (Dun) 52 22 .423

Sarah Schutz (EL) 62 26 .419

Ashley Ehlers (Dun) 51 21 .412

Samantha Martin (PP) 76 31 .408

Kelsey Oonk (EL) 59 24 .407

Melanie Stickney (Ne) 42 17 .405

Chelsea Jeffares (Lak) 67 27 .403

Meghan Edwards (Osc) 63 25 .397

Shenee Thomas (Cou) 38 15 .395

Amanda Weaver (EL) 38 15 .395

Kristy Fudge (SPC) 82 32 .390

Kelly Coston (CCC) 54 21 .389

Madison Saganowich (SPC) 67 26 .388

Sydney Dinelli (EL) 65 25 .385

Amanda Nette (Sem) 52 20 .385

Kara Oberer (Osc) 71 27 .380

Jessica Johnson (SP) 42 16 .380

Stephanie Juergens (Osc) 61 23 .377

Jennifer LaBau (Sem) 61 23 .377

Tricia Lukert (PP) 59 22 .373

Devika Choo Chew (Cou) 46 17 .370

Dayna DeBaylo (Osc) 44 16 .364

Samantha Wilkerson (Nor) 33 12 .364

Blakely Vimond (Nor) 36 13 .361

Shelby Ginty (SPC) 67 24 .358

Jasmine Acevedo (Osc) 62 22 .355

Courtney Parker (Lak) 51 18 .353

Sarah Revitzer (SP) 40 14 .350

HOME RUNS: 7 Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 4 Samantha Wilkerson (Nor); 3 Brittany Botelho (Dun), Jennifer Hunter (TS), Madison Saganowich, Allison Shirley (Osc); 2 Kirsten Bembnowski (EL), Tracy Coward (PP), Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Meghan Edwards (Osc), Ashley Ehlers (Dun), Sierra Gaines (TS), Samantha Martin (PP), Sam McCloskey (CCC), Lyndsey McKenna (SPC), Sara Nevins (PP), Sarah Read (Sem), Felicia Vaporis (TS), Blakely Vimond (Nor); 1 Jessica Anderson (NC), Ayanna Andrews (Cou), Hayley Davis (EL), Chelsea Jeffares (Lak), Bonnie Joyner (SPC), Taylor Klinesmith (PP), Jennifer LaBau (Sem), Hayley Ledford (PP), Krissy Longstreet (Can), Kelsey Oonk (EL), Paige Oxendine (Cou), Tiffany Race (Sem), Victoria Raissi (IRC), Sarah Rappach (IRC), Sarah Schutz (EL), Devin Sonnenschein (Sem), Nicole Warder (Lak), Amanda Weaver (EL)

RBIs: 28 Sarah Read (Sem), Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 27 Kelsey Oonk (EL); 25 Jen Lyons (IRC), Madison Saganowich (SPC); 24 Sara Nevins (PP); 23 Kirsten Bembnowski (EL), Jennifer LaBau (Sem), Nikki Parker (SPC), Allison Shirley (Osc), Britney Wolfenbarger (BC); 22 Meghan Edwards (Osc), Nicole Warder (Lak); 21 Sam McCloskey (CCC), Lyndsey McKenna (SPC); 20 Sydney Dinelli (EL), Shelby Ginty (SPC); 19 Macey Hall (Can), Samantha Martin (PP); 18 Dayna DeBaylo (Osc), Kristy Fudge (SPC), Krissy Longstreet (Can); 16 Chelsea Jeffares (Lak), Melisa Miles (Sem); 15 Jordan Bennett (Osc), Tracy Coward (PP); 14 Sarah Brangenberg (IRC), Sarah Rappach (IRC); 13 Jasmine Acevedo (Osc), Nina Gomez (Can), Bonnie Joyner (SPC), Hayley Ledford (PP), Dominique Miller (IRC), Tiffany Race (Sem), Amanda Weaver (EL), Alicia Welsh (EL); 12 Alyssa Bache (Cou), Alex Lenczyk (BC), Kara Oberer (Osc), Alex Troyer (SPC); 11 Lacy Adams (Can), Alex Alvarez (IRC), Jessica Anderson (NC), Kelly Coston (CCC), Emily Crawford (Sem), Tricia Lukert (PP); 10 Sarah Fleming (Can), Sherrish Gaines (Lak), Jessica Johnson (SP), Courtney Parker (Lak); 9 Abby Hess (EL), Taylor Klinesmith (PP), Nicole Matuska (CCC), Tatum Mcdowell (PP), Marisa Palumbo (EL); 8 Mallory Allen (BC), Haley Brown (Osc), Erin Rawls (EL), Devin Sonnenschein (Sem), Melanie Stickney (Nor); 7:Devika Choo Chew (Cou), Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can), Courtney Lonardo (PP), Jenna Rimensnyder (PP), Sarah Schutz (EL), Gia Tomossone (Cou), Lauren Tozour (NC); 6 Ali Armstrong (IRC), Ali Bobo (Sem), Jenna Lee (CCC), Savanna Mitchell (Can), Victoria Raissi (IRC), Kirstyn Smith (Can), Alysha Van Buren (Osc), Alyssa Weaver (EL)

Pitching | Minimum 25 innings

Name (school) IP W-L ERA

Sara Nevins (PP) 147 21-2 0.24

Chloe Saganowich (SPC) 123 16-2 0.39

Alyssa Bache (Cou) 130 15-5 0.48

Kristy Fudge (SPC) 29 4-1 0.96

Krissy Longstreet (Can) 50 7-3 1.54

Jen Lyons (IRC) 77 9-4 1.72

Hayley Davis (EL) 79 11-3 2.10

Emily Crawford (Sem) 29 1/3 2-1 2.38

Caitlyn Smith (EL) 44 5-3 2.40

Jessica Anderson (NC) 67 5-6 2.51

Emily Winesett (Can) 33 3-1 2.55

Annie Causey (TS) 52 5-1 2.82

Jordan Bennett (Osc) 102 9-7 2.88

Mallory Allen (BC) 67 4-7 3.10

Sam McCloskey (CCC) 105 8-7 3.27

Sarah Read (Sem) 87 2/3 6-10 3.49

Tina Campbell (Lak) 87 7-8 3.70

Ashley Ehlers (Dun) 99 6-11 3.75

Sarah Read (Sem) 57 2/3 6-5 4.00

Jessica Allen (TS) 31 3-3 7.79

STRIKEOUTS: 275 Sara Nevins (PP); 204 Alyssa Bache (Cou); 203 Chloe Saganowich (SPC); 125 Ashley Ehlers (Dun); 95 Tina Campbell (Lak); 94 Jen Lyons (IRC); 70 Jessica Anderson (NC), Sam McCloskey (CCC); 65 Sarah Read (Sem); 62 Jordan Bennett (Osc); 60 Krissy Longstreet (Can); 54 Hayley Davis (EL); 45 Annie Causey (TS); 44 Kristy Fudge (SPC); 41 Caitlyn Smith (EL); 38 Emily Winesett (Can); 37 Emily Crawford (Sem), Jennifer Crosthwaite (Can); 26 Jessica Allen (TS); 18 Haley Brown (Osc); 16 Savanna Mitchell (Can), Kaitlyn Romaine (Osc); 5 Rachel Baskin (CCC)

Pinellas: Softball super 7, stats 04/10/09 [Last modified: Friday, April 10, 2009 6:15pm]
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