DADE CITY— Brian Holiday scattered four hits, struck out 13 and hit a batter to stymie a Wesley Chapel offense that came into Thursday’s Class 6A, District 7 final with 21 runs in its past two games. That six-inning effort led Land O’Lakes to an 8-3 win and its third straight district title.Coach Calvin Baisley replaced Holiday, a sophomore right-hander who allowed two of the Wildcats’ three late runs, with two runners on and no outs in the top of the seventh. Reliever Ethan Stephens finished up, allowing three hits and a run.“He was throwing too good,” Baisley said about possibly taking Holiday out an inning earlier. “You play to win.”While neither Land O’Lakes pitcher issued a walk, such was not the case with Wesley Chapel, whose five pitchers collectively walked nine and allowed nine hits. Four errors by the Wildcat defense did not help matters.“You can’t do that with a good team like that,” Wesley Chapel coach Gary Moye said of his pitchers’ wildness and shaky defense. “Our pitchers have got to do a better job.”The Gators (19-5) took a 3-0 lead in the first on Ethan Frasca’s sacrifice fly and an RBI double from Patrick Groark, who came in on a passed ball. Groark also got an RBI on a bases-loaded walk in the second.Leading 4-0, the Gators doubled it with four more runs in the sixth. Chris Ferguson hit a two-run double, Kaleb Jimenez added a run-scoring single and once again a run scored on a bases-loaded walk. This time, Dakota Harris, who reached on an infield single, came in on a walk to Frasca.The Wildcats (12-9) got an RBI double from Austin Coultas in their three-run seventh. They might have had another, but Thomas Byron, who singled, was thrown out at the plate on Coultas’ extra-base hit.