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Scores and Recaps


Durant 2, Bloomingdale 0

PLANT CITY – Durant lefty Jonah Scolaro stymied district opponent Bloomingdale at home on Tuesday, allowing just on hit and one walk. The Florida State signee struck out eight in the win improving to a 3-2 record on the mound and lowered his ERA to 0.69 on the year.

Durant (7-5) broke the tie in the third inning as Brendan Queen walked, followed by an Alex Molinelli (2-for-3) single, and Queen scored on a single up the middle by Steven Witchoskey. The Cougars added some insurance in the fifth as Jarred Mejia had a leadoff single moved around on a sac bunt and another Queen single. Queen then took off to second drawing a throw, but Bloomingdale had no one covering second allowing Mejia to easily trot home.

The win along with Plant City’s 5-3, district win over Riverview, moves Durant into a tie with the Sharks atop Class 8A-District 6 as both teams are 5-2.

Hillsborough 3, King 2

Jarrod Cande went the entire way for Hillsborough on the mound, giving up only three hits and striking out ten. Ryan Romano drove in a run with a triple in the 3rd, and three batters later, was driven in by his brother Nick Romano's RBI single. After RBI singles by Justice Thompson and Jamarcus Lyons tied the game up for King, the Terriers answered back and Terrence Doston scored on a balk to give Hillsborough the lead, and ultimately the victory in this hotly-contested district matchup.

Jefferson 18, Middleton 0 (four innings)

Robby Martin and Andrew Mann combined for a perfect game as each tossed a pair, and each recorded five strikeouts. Jovani Puentes was 3-for-3 with a double and five RBI to help Jefferson (7-5) to a district win Tuesday.


Plant City 5, Riverview 3

Dalton Wingo and Dylan Robinson each had two hits, including a double each, and drove in a run as the Raiders defeated Riverview Tuesday night. Jared Wingo also went 2-for-3 scoring a run for PC. Parker Messick earned the win on the mound tossing six innings allowing three runs on six hits, while striking out five. For Riverview, Justin Farmer hit a two-run home run in the sixth and Freddy Tarnok had a double in the loss.

Seffner Christian 10, Santa Fe Catholic 2

Seffner Christian beat Santa Fe Catholic 10-2 in a 3A-4 matchup.  Andrew Rodriquez got the win pitching a complete game.  He scattered four hits and struck out four. The Crusaders had six batters with multiple hits (16 hits total), led by Will Gilbert who went 3-for-4, with two RBI and James Peeler, who was 3-for-4 with an RBI.


Cambridge Christian 8, Winter Haven All Saints 7

Cambridge Christian (10-3) rallied back scoring four runs in the bottom of the seventh to defeat All Saints. Sophomore Caleb Faris went 2-for-3, with a sac fly and four RBI in the win, while Tilden Agee, Austin Carter, Ryan Murphy and Michael McCarty each had two hits in the win. Junior Sevas Cardona worked three no-hit innings of relief, striking out three to earn the win on the mound.


Bayshore Christian 6, Lakeland Victory Christian 4

Caleb Holt doubled and had three RBI for Bayshore Christian (5-2) in a district win over Victory Christian. David Santiago and Justin Santiago each had two hits in the win with David scoring twice and Justin driving in a pair. Caleb Holt and Marvin Carter each had doubles with Carter scoring three runs for the Faith Warriors.


Robinson 14, Spoto 1 (five innings)

Junior Austin Glasgow was 4-for-4 with a triple and four RBI as Robinson (9-5) won a mercy-rule game over district opponent Spoto at home.


Jesuit 10, Blake 0 (five innings)

Kyle Koncal (four innings, 11 strikeouts) and Will Swantek combined for a five-inning no-hitter as Jesuit (12-1) defeated district opponent Blake on Tuesday. It was the Tigers second combined effort no-hitter in the span of three games. Offensively, the Tigers had seven doubles including a pair from McGuire Weaver. Weaver, Duncan Hunter and Carter Anderson drove in two runs each in the win. 

Alonso 5, Wharton 4

Alonso (11-4) held off a late Wharton rally to win a non-district game Tuesday night. Senior Jordan Butler went 3-for-3 with a home run and two runs scored, while Jared DeSantolo had two hits and drove in a pair. Jose Ciccarello double in the win for the Ravens.


Gaither 4, Leto 3

Anthony Alvarez earned the win on the mound tossing a complete game for Gaither. AJ Drisdom drove in a pair of runners in the fifth and the Cowboys held on for a district win. 


Berkeley Prep 14, Brooks DeBartolo 0 (five innings)

Berkeley Prep (8-6) mashed 15 hits as the Buccaneers topped Brooks DeBartolo in five innings. Khalib Bayona had two hits including a double and drove in three runs, Michael Hill was 2-for-3 with three RBI, Gordon Stetson (who committed to play football at Stetson University this week) scored three times and had a pair of hits, Dylan Brown went 3-for-3, driving in a pair, while Julian Bosnic and Jacob Hines each doubled in the win. Sam Bennett, Pierce Govemale and Garrett Boeckle combined on the mound to allow just one hit for the Bucs.


Brandon 10, Armwood 2

Jermaine White tripled in a pair of runs, Arthur Scott had a bases clearing double in the bottom of the fifth, and Gage Young doubled as Brandon won a district meeting at Armwood. Kamren Gittens worked five innings on the mound to earn the win for the Eagles and improves to 4-0 on the mound this season.

Steinbrenner 2, Newsome 0

Steinbrenner (10-3) righty CJ Van Eyk struck out a dozen while allowing just one hit as the Warriors shutout Newsome on the road Tuesday night. The one hit in the second inning was erased on a double play as Van Eyk and FSU signee faced the minimum in the game. Sophomore Justin Turk had a pair of singles and a stolen base, and Tyler Lala, who committed to Lander University this weekend, scored the game-winning run.


Plant 11, Chamberlain 1

Clearwater Central Catholic 10, Tampa Prep 0

Strawberry Crest 3, East Bay 0

Braden River 3, Lennard 1

Sickles 4, Freedom 2

Calvary Christian 11, Tampa Catholic 1



Bloomingdale 7, Durant 0

Bloomingdale (11-6) junior pitcher Alexys Lawson tossed a no-hitter, with 16 strikeouts as the Bulls topped Durant. Lawson, who moves to 7-5 on the season, reached the double-digit strikeout total for sixth time this year and now has 143 K’s in total. Her battery mate, catcher Lexie Chevalier, helped out her cause in a big way, first belting a grand slam in the fourth and following up an inning later with a two-run homer as well.

Seffner Christian 7, Winter Haven All Saints 2

Cheyenne Wright was 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and four RBI, and Anna Wellen was 3-for-3 with a homer and two RBI as Seffner Christian (10-7) won a district game against All Saints.  Rachel Siefert tripled and got the win on the mound with 10 strikeouts for the Crusaders.


Alonso 9, Wharton 1

Alonso pounded out 17 hits to defeat Wharton on the road led by three hits each from Caila Weiseman (two triples and three runs scored), Kristen Kopp (run scored) and Erin Hale (double, two RBI. Jodi Handler also had a double and two RBI for the Ravens and earned the win on the mound, while Veronica Diaz drove in three for Alonso.


Newsome 4, Steinbrenner 2

Jada Smallwood went 2-for-3 with a triple, and RBI and two runs scored to help lift the Wolves over Steinbrenner at home. Leah Zatkiewicz also triple in the effort driving in one. Senior Allyson Jameston worked all seven innings allowing one earned run and striking out two for Newsome (9-6).


Plant City 10, Riverview 0 (five innings)

Lexi Moore went 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBI, in support of a two-hit, 11-strikeout performance from Ashley Blessin for Plant City (9-1). Edmilly Molina doubled, scored twice and had three hits for the Raiders, and Tori Garrison and Beka Schulte each drove in two runs.


Chamberlain 8, Plant 1

Hillsborough 13, King 2 (five innings)

Freedom 12, Sickles 6

Gaither 13, Leto 3 (five innings)

East Bay 6, Strawberry Crest 0

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