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Thu. March 14, 2013 | Matt Baker | Email

Baseball super seven
Results through Wednesday

1. Land O’Lakes (10-0): The Gators claim to win with pitching and defense, but their hitting’s not bad, either. Six regulars are batting at least .346, and four have double-digit RBI totals.

2. Mitchell (9-2): A six-game winning streak — including a 14-2 throttling of Ridgewood — has the Mustangs roaring into tonight’s rematch against Land O’Lakes.

3. Wiregrass Ranch (8-2): The Bulls had their biggest head-scratching performance of the season last week: a 3-2 loss to Fivay. How much better will Wiregrass get before its county schedule turns tough in April?

4. Springstead (7-2): Brandon Brosher’s offensive ability (three home runs, .455 average) has been established. But the Oral Roberts recruit can pitch, too — he threw his first no-hitter in a 2-1 win over Lecanto this week.

5. Hernando (7-3): The Leopards have shrugged off another sluggish start with three consecutive wins — including a nice 3-2 victory over Tavares.

6. Wesley Chapel (7-3): The Wildcats have had an up-and-down week — the high of Chase Ingram’s perfect game against Gulf followed by a 13-5 defeat at Pasco.

7. Ridgewood (8-5): The Rams rebounded from back-to-back losses to Mitchell and Pasco with a 12-3 victory over Gulf. They can seize momentum with a win over Wesley Chapel tonight.

On deck: Pasco

Batting
(minimum 15 at-bats)
Player, school    AB    H    BA
J. Nissen, LOL     32     19     .594
J. Jeffords, Spr     18     10     .556
K. Custer, WC     24     13     .542
M. Campoamor, WR 29     15     .517
C. Arroyo, Her     32     16     .500
V. Tambasco, NCT     30     15     .500
C. Parra, WR     19     9     .474
A. Drury, WR     36     17     .474
B. Lawson, Her     28     13     .464
B. Brosher, Spr     22     10     .455
Z. Drury, WR     29     13     .448
L. Stancil, Pas     29     13     .448
T. Sorrentino, Cen     27     12     .444

Home runs
3: Brosher (Spr), Arroyo (Her), Begg (Mit); 2: A. Drury (WR), Z. Drury (WR), Wyzykowski (Spr), DeJesus (Mit), Thomas (Zep) Rainaldi (Pas), Tambasco (NCT)

RBIs
15: Z. Drury (WR); 14: Arrowood (Rwd), Goscicki (Mit), DeJesus (Mit); 13: Johnson (Mit); 12: Nissen (LOL), Harris (LOL), Wyzykowski (Spr), Johnson (Her), Dwyer (Cen); 11: Reynolds (LOL), M. Campoamor (WR), Brosher (Spr), Osborne (Rwd); 10: Whitaker (LOL), Arroyo (Her), Moschner (Rwd), Begg (Mit), Rainaldi (Pas)

Pitching
(minimum 10 innings)
Player, school    IP    W-L    ERA
J. Rawls, LOL     19.1     3-0     0.00
Z. Drury, WR     21     3-1     0.33
C. Johnson, Mit     24     3-1     0.58
B. Lawson, Her     22     4-0     0.64
B. Brosher, Spr     20.1     3-0     0.69
T. Hawks, RR     15.2     2-0     0.89
C. McCormick, Mit     21.2     4-0     0.97
T. Koch, BM     24.2     0-2     1.14
B. Duncan, Pas     17.1     1-0     1.21
C. Ingram, WC     28     3-0     1.25
Z. Whitaker, LOL     25.2     4-0     1.36
D. Castillo, Sun     19.2     3-1     1.42
R. Girard, WR     12.1     1-1     1.70
A. Winters, Fiv     19     2-0     1.84
K. Stein, Spr     10.2     0-0     1.97
J. Mattos, Fiv     28.1     3-1     1.98

Strikeouts
49: Ingram (WC); 43: Z. Drury (WR); 42: Brosher (Spr); 39: Lawson (Her); 35: Johnson (Mit); 34: Duncan (Pas); 30: Tambasco (NCT); 29: Whitaker (LOL), Koch (BM); 28: Arrowood (Rwd); 26: McCormick (Mit); 25: Castillo (Sun); 22: Hloska (Rwd), Henrich (RR), Bauer (WW); 20: Winters (Fiv); 19: Rawls (LOL); 17: Nussel (BM), McKenna (Cen); 15: A. Drury (WR), Niles (Fiv), Hamilton (Cen), Brooks (NCT)

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