Hagerty 12 Suncoast 9 Box Score (9 innings)
The Hagerty Huskies and Suncoast Chargers started the day with an extra inning thriller. The Huskies were able to outlast Suncoast, winning their second game of the tournament, 12-9.
At least one run was scored in every inning except the 8th in the contest. Hagerty went up big early on, scoring nine runs through four innings to take a 9-2 lead. Trey Bradley had RBI singles in each of the third and fourth innings to lead the pack.
Suncoast was able to fight back, putting up three in the fifth, one in the sixth, and three in the seventh. The bottom of the inning had plenty of excitement that included the potential tying run being thrown out at home, and a two-out error by Hagerty that allowed Suncoast to tie the game with two outs.
After a scoreless eighth inning, Hagerty was able to put up three in the ninth, highlighted by an RBI double from Luke Babineau. Jackson Grabsky closed out the bottom half to earn the win.
Bradley, Babineau and Cole Ramirez each had two hits and at least two RBI to lead the Jusky offense. Nathan Brodsky was the top performer for Suncoast, finishing his day 3-4 with a double, home run, two runs and three batted in.
Seminole 7 Olympia 3 Box Score
Seminole improved their record to 2-0 on the week with a 7-3 win over visiting Olympia on Tuesday afternoon.
Things were quiet until the bottom of the third when Matt Allan stroked a double off the center field wall, scoring Andrew Garcia. Alex Britton got the run back for Olympia in the top of the fourth with an RBI single to tie the game. Garcia was involved again in the fourth, driving in Cameron Tuner with a single.
Seminole blew things open in the fifth. Juri Sabb led off the inning with a bomb to left field. Ralph Spada then brought in two more runs with a base hit, making it 5-1. The team traded two runs each in the sixth and seventh to make the final score of 7-3.
Brandon Seekamp turned in a great start for Seminole, tossing five innings of one run baseball. He scattered six hits and struck out six on the day. Allan and Garcia each finished 2-2 with two runs and an RBI apiece. Brendan Riley was 3-4 to lead the Titans offense.
West Boca 5
The West Boca Bulls took advantage of sloppy defense from the Leesburg Yellow Jackets, claiming their first win of the FHSI 5-1 on Tuesday afternoon.
An error and a single put men on the corners in the second inning for West Boca. A wild pitch scored Robert Stallone, and an RBI single from Zack Weissman brought in Josh Richards to make it 2-0. Leesburg got one back in the bottom half thanks to a pair of West Boca errors, cutting the lead in half 2-1
The fourth inning saw more action on offense for the Bulls. A single, error, and two wild pitches would bring in Stallone before an out was made. Another error and a sac bunt put two men in scoring position with one out. Julian Corzo would deliver a single two batters later to make it 4-1. Corey Bruno added the fifth run of the game for West Boca when he tripled and scored on a balk in the fifth inning. Unfortunately rain cut the game short after five innings of play.
Will Dillard earned the win on the mound with four innings of work. He gave up two hits, one unearned run, walked one and struck out two. Each of west Boca's five runs were scored by the #6-9 hole hitters.
Schedule for Wednesday March 21
Boombah Sports Complex
9:00 AM: Winter Springs vs. Royal Palm Beach
9:00 AM: Colonial vs. Mount Dora
11:30 AM: West Boca vs. Timber Creek
Seminole High School
4:30 PM: Orangewood vs. Timber Creek
7:00 PM: Orangewood vs. Montverde
Sanford Memorial Stadium
9:00 AM: Seminole Ridge vs. University
11:30 AM: Palm Beach Central vs. East River
2:00 PM: Montverde vs. Ocoee
4:30 PM: Palm Beach Central vs. Seminole Ridge
7:00 PM: Lake Minneola vs. Seminole Ridge