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t m'i . t v ej m y i m y ' " " ' ' - , V .( :- V V ' ' I .-, I ,1 . , . L , U I. r r r ,- s THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 3 1 , 1 998 7C Athletes, results Athlete of the Week nominations will be taken each Sunday between 2-7 p.m. and are open to boys and girls in all winter sports. Fax nominations to (561) 820-4481 or (561) 820-4445, or call The Post sports department at (561) 820-4440 or at (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. Also, coaches of all sports should report game results immediately following each athletic event, home and away, to (561) 820-4440. If the call is long-distance, please call (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440, or call the sports department collect. Statistics Each Sunday between 2-7 p.m., The Palm Beach Post will compile the following individual statistics for varsity baseball and Softball teams: B Batting leaders with games played, at-bats, hits and average; Home run leaders; RBI leaders; stolen base leaders; n Pitching leaders with innings pitched, won-loss record and earned-run average; strikeout leaders; and team overall records. Fax statistics to (561) 820-4481 or (561) 820-4445 or call (561) 820-4440 or at (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. Fax statistics to (561) 820-4481 or (561) 820-4445 or call (561) 820-4440 or at (800) 432-7595, ext. 4440. HIGH SCHOOL 0. AS Athletes of the week 1,1 V V V Statistics , -w Classes 2A-1A BASEBALL Minimum 18 Innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA Richie Lamas The Spanish River senior catcher went 5-for-10 with three doubles and six RBI. Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 30 at bats Saltalamacchia PBL 9, Mark Roche SANT 9, Al Newland BR 9, Jarrett Gardner PSL 8, Eric McKay FPC 8, Joel Fosselman STA 7, Beau McMillan CN 7, Joey Mazzeo RPB 7, Neil Jenkins WTD 7, John Peyton SUN 7, Eric Baltazar PAH 7, Dan D'Antonio JIL 7, Luke Hohreiter SUN 7, Gehad Shatara GC 7, Erick Hernandez PJP 7, Joey Patterson BR 7, Dave Eddinger BR 7. Classes 2A-1A Minimum 20 at bats Blow RPB 10, Jackie Pavone SANT 10, Desi Layman JIL 10, Barbara Marshton CN 10. Kinsey Manning BR 10, Amy Ketcham PSL 8, Jennifer Bozenbury SUN 7, Megan Hosea CN 7, Julie Maineville WTD 7, Jennifer King SANT 7, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 6, K.J. Kerr PBL 6, Tiffany DiPerri PBL 6, Jennifer Pike VB 6, Amanda Rothrock LW 6, Stephanie Hochhouser PJP 6, Ashley Itzen CLEW 6, Jennifer Hardy PSL 6, Nicole Badala OH 5, Meredith Matson PBG 5, Lindsay Marzano WTD 5, Angie Gabana PJP 5, Andrea Suen PJP 5, Jessica Potter JIL 5, Elena Aguilar ATL 5. Classes 2A-1A Minimum 20 at-bats IP W-L ERA 34 5 0 0.00 19 2-0 1.11 21 3-0 1.30 24 2-1 1.75 36 5-1 1 .80 20 2-1 2.45 26 2-1 2.69 27 3-1 3.00 Matt Lynch, JC Troy Roberson, KA Jimmy Wilkinson, GD Ryan Johnson, JC Lane Crews, GD Pat McCormick, KA Tucker Rigsby, JC Justin Gregory, GD Strikeouts (minimum 20): Matt Lynch JC 70, Lane Crews GD 57, Ryan Johnson JC 44, Tucker Rigsby JC 36, Joe Collier MH 29, Howard Anderson MH 22, Gator Brooks KA 20. SOFTBALL Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 35 at-bats By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer He's the quarterback on the baseball field. Spanish River catcher Richie Lamas, who went 5-for-10 with ' three doubles and six RBI, including three RBI in a district win against Atlantic last week, also calls his team's defenses. A junior captain, Lamas is considered a team leader by his coach, and the impact he makes for the Sharks (5-11), aside from his stats, is what Bill Harvey hopes influences them most: "He just gets his job done, and you hope the other kids are watching," Harvey said. "He's the field general. You hope his attitude and work ethic spill over to other kids, from freshmen to seniors." The 7-4 win over Atlantic was important to the Sharks. Atlantic will host districts, the Eagles are considered rivals and it was a big district and conference win. Lamas, who injured his thumb this season and was out for four games, went 3-for-4 with a double, a run and three RBI against Atlantic. "We missed his bat when he was out," Harvey said. "He's an extra base-hit kind of guy." G AB H Avg. Justin Gregory, GD 17 39 22 .564 Brandon Mason, JUPC 10 26-14 .538 Alex Rey, GD 17 49 26 .531 Zach Threlkeld, GD 17 38 20 .526 Daniel Coke, MH 11 33 17 .515 James Roxby, GD 17 42 20 .476 Jared Sergent, MH 11 36 17 .472 Pablo Sanchez, GD 17 39 18 .462 David Slevin, JC 15 49 22 .449 Dale Wingate, KA 8 29 13 .448 Kerwin Santiago, KA 10 30 12 .400 Brian Hoag.JC 15 48 19 .396 Troy Roberson, KA 8 23 9 .391 Howard Anderson, MH 11 31 12 .387 Ned Perry, KA 10 31 12 .387 Farron Williams, MH 1 1 29 1 1 .379 Joe Collier, MH 11 35 13 .371 Chns Zaccaro, KA 8 27 10 .370 Adam Bruce, JUPC 9 22 8 .364 Orlando Tirado, JC 14 43 15 .349 Colt Morton, KA 10 38 13 .342 Jesse Both, JUPC 10 28 8 .321 Chris Torres, JC 15 44 14 .318 Mike Coleman, JC 14 38 12 .316 Scott McLam, JC II 33 10 .303 G AB H Avg. Kimmy Carter, KA 10 29 21 .724 Ahssa Talsma, LWC 12 31 22 .710 Lauren Labounty, SUM 7 27 18 .667 Shelby Callaway, LWC 12 36 24 .666 Amanda Adeimy, SUM 7 24 14 .583 Emily Wiggs, SUM 7 24 14 .583 J. Mossadegh!, KA 14 45 25 .556 Michelle Glide, LWC 12 32 18 .563 Jodi Benson, GD 14 43 20 .465 Crystal Reed, SUM 7 24 1 1 .458 Cristina Lockhart, GD 14 35 16 .457 Lisa Benson, GD 14 38 16 .421 Bethany Hoye, LWC 12 29 12 .414 Hela Barhoush, GD 1 4 32 1 3 .406 Kelly Norris, LWC 12 33 13 .393 Megan O'Donnell, JC 12 41 16 .390 Jennie Voung, JC 12 36 14 .389 Hadley Doyle, BEN 16 42 16 .381 Elizabeth Wiggs, JC 7 24 9 .375 Lindsey Cameron, BEN 18 54 20 .370 Melissa Calise, JC 12 42 15 .357 Lidsay Caron, JC 12 41 14 .341 Lisa Green, JC 12 35 12 .343 Stephanie Cirrincione The Atlantic sophomore pitcher threw a no-hitter against Deerfield Beach. Home runs (minimum 2): James Roxby GD 4, Brandon Mason JUPC 3, Joe Collier MH 2, Justin Gregory GD 2. Alex Rey GD 2, B.J. Smith JUPC 2, Jason Chwolick JUPC 2, Chris Zaccaro KA 2, Pat McCormick KA 2, Troy Roberson KA 2, Pablo Sanchez GD 2, Joe Collier MH 2. RBI (minimum 8): Alex Rey GD 25, James Roxby GD 22. Pablo Sanchez GD 20, Justin Gregory GD 18, Howard Anderson MH 12, Troy Roberson KA 12, Dale Wingate KA 11, B.J. Smith JUPC 1 0, Carl Hogan MH 9, Joe Collier MH 9, Farron Williams MH 9 Jerod Sergent MH 8, Derek Furtak JUPC 8. Chris Zaccaro KA 8, Brandon Mason JUPC 8. Stolen bases (minimum 6): David Slevin JC 8, Matt Laurenzo JUPC 7, Ned Perry KA 7. Pitching 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 20 innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA G AB H Avg. Chad Oliva, PBG 18 56 28 .500 Mark Stowe, ATL 15 46 23 .500 Diego Santos, GC 18 52 25 .481 Kyle Smith, ATL 14 41 19 .463 Albert Ware, FPC 14 32 15 .469 Neil Jenkins, WTD 14 48 18 .450 George Sandell, PBG 18 64 28 .438 Roger Mottley, GC 1 7 46 20 .435 Gabe Johnson. ATL 15 47 20 .426 Wes Rivera. PBL 17 4117 .415 Dave Eddinger, BR 17 46 19 .413 Zach Miner, PBG 18 61 25 .410 C. Daughtry, SAN 16 54 22 .407 J. Saltalamacchia, PBL 17 54 22 .407 Eric McKay, FPC 14 42 17 .405 Scott Hanley. PJP 17 60 24 .400 Damian Colon, FH 14 45 18 .400 Marty Sheehan, RPB 15 40 16 .400 Mark Kovac, OKEE 18 68 27 .397 Robert Holbrook, FH 15 43 17 .395 Ruben Guerrero, OKEE 18 46 18 .391 Kason Gabbard, RPB 15 51 20 .390 Justin Fuller, WTD 14 41 16 .390 Dan Nigra. BR 17 41 16 .390 Luke Hohreiter, SUN 17 54 21 .389 Bryan Zech, BR 17 49 19 .388 Alex Fernandez, WTD 15 49 19 .388 Cliff Gailey, LW 16 52 20 .385 David Baum.MC 15 40 15 .375 Josh Lane, FPW 12 32 12 .375 Steve Harshman, SEB 19 59 22 .373 Bryan Purkey, FPC 14 35 13 .371 Jami Tomlinson, FPW 12 38 14 .368 Bobby Williams, OKEE 18 60 22 .367 Ryan Sneider, PSL 16 49 18 .367 Andy Wilson, VB 15 49 18 .367 Jason Pearson, PAH 10 30 1 1 .367 Eric Skala, SEB 18 63 23 .365 Dax Hughes, SANT 17 44 16 .364 Carlos Portilla. PBL 17 44 16 .364 Dave Spalding, JUP 18 61 22 .361 Chad McWaters. OKEE 17 39 14 .359 Mike Fitzhugh, PBG 18 53 19 .358 Josh Intoppa, CN 15 42 15 .357 Jon Robinson, OH 15 42 15 .357 George Sterner. MC 16 51 18 .353 Kyle Gabbard, WEL 12 34 12 .353 Keith Tankersley, VB 15 54 19 .352 Ray Stefanelli, OH 15 37 13 .351 Mark Roche, SANT 17 60 21 .350 Alex Larriu, RPB 15 45 16 .350 Dan D'Antonio, JIL 14 40 14 .350 Chad Mainville, WTD 15 49 17 .347 Robert Weihs, LW 16 52 18 .346 Jason Spells, FPW 12 35 12 .343 Rob Spencer, SEB 15 35 12 .343 Pete Gavillan, JIL 14 38 13 .342 Carlos Cardona, GC 16 38 13 .342 Todd Kennamer, SANT 17 41 14 .341 Jeff Searcy, VB 15 53 18 .340 Adam Brown, JIL 15 50 17 .340 Johnnie Mullins, GC 18 50 17 .340 Francis Dinzey, FH 15 47 16 .340 Mike Murray. BR 17 47 16 .340 B. Gillenwater, SANT 17 47 16 .340 Shep Baker, FPW II 30 10 .333 Adam Oglivie, SEB 18 55 18 .327 Mike Tarry VB 15 52 17 .327 Brandon Storey, OKEE 18 52 17 .327 Justin Anderson, MC 16 46 15 .326 Jared Wngnt, OH 15 46 15 .326 Alex Derhak, PBG 14 37 12 .324 Gehad Shatara, GC 16 47 15 .319 Jon Diaz, OH 15 41 13 ,.317 Brian Williams, CN 15 41 13 .317 Allen Lanier, OKEE 16 51 16 .314 Mickey Torrello, PSL 16 48 15 .312 Mike Perez. PBL 17 45 14 ' .311 Tim McPherson, PBG 18 58 18 .310 Alberto Gonzalez, JIL 14 42 13 .310 Dave Stanek. JUP 18 49 15 .306 Matt Crawford, OKEE 18 56 17 .304 Matt Brockway. MC 16 46 14 .304 Shane O'Connor, JUP 12 33 10 .303 Matt Henrie, CN 15 43 13 .302 Justin Pigott, WTD 15 43 13 .302 G AB H Avg. Jennifer Olds, SUN 13 41 23 .561 Barbara Marston, CN 11 28 15 .536 Elena Aguilar, ATL 17 57 30 .526 C. Morgan, RPB 17 46 24 .522 Bobbie Brandon, CN 11 33 17 .515 Jennifer Stump, LW 20 51 26 .510 Amy Ketcham, PSL 13 42 21 .500 Jennifer King, SANT 17 41 20 .488 Megan Hosea, CN 1 1 33 16 .485 Katie McGowan, PJP 11 25 12 .480 J. Marchetta. SANT 19 65 31 .477 Valerie Semmerio. SUN 13 34 16 .471 N. Moschetti, SANT 19 54 25 .463 Jen Bozenbury SUN 13 39 18 .462 Mary Coffey, PJP 13 27 12 .444 K.J. Kerr, PBL 19 50 22 .440 J. Mendenhall, PSL 13 41 18 .439 C. Moschiannel, CN 11 28 12 .429 Jessica Chase, PBL 19 47 20 .426 Abby Forbush, SUN 13 40 17 .425 T. Hunseccker, RPB 14 31 13 .419 Angie Gubana, PJP 12 31 13 .419 Tiffany DiPerri, PBL 19 48 20 .417 Angie Gabana, PJP 14 36 15 .417 Skye Rowlison, PSL 13 41 17 .415 W. Woolridge, PBL 19 41 17 .415 Jennifer Fichter, PSL 11 32 13 .406 Jackie Pavone, SANT 19 57 23 .404 C. Sweeney. SANT 16 40 16 .400 Martha McCall, PBG 16 50 20 .400 Tye Milani, PJP 12 25 10 .400 Lindsay Testa, PBG 16 53 21 .396 Jamie Duponte, SANT 15 38 15 .395 Jennifer Rudock. SANT 12 36 14 .389 Ashley Blow, RPB 16 44 17 .386 C. Hochdorfer, WTD 13 39 15 .385 Amy Bellisari, BR 17 47 18 .382 Shelagh Grubb. ATL 17 51 19 .373 Kelly Whitley, PBG 16 46 17 .370 Nicole Badala, OH 17 49 18 .367 Jessica Chick, BR 17 52 19 .366 Meredith Matson, PBG 16 47 17 .362 Michele Francis, ATL 17 53 19 .358 Jaime Leakey, PBL 19 45 16 .356 Aunnie Brahs. ATL 17 54 19 .352 Kinsey Manning, BR 17 54 19 .351 Kelly Ternenyi, ATL 16 37 13 .351 Krishna Laari, LW 22 69 24 .348 Jennifer Castillo, ATL 17 52 18 .346 Ashley Benson, LW 22 52 18 .346 Jenel Thompson, WTD 16 52 18 .346 Kendra Matrow, SUN 1 1 26 9 .346 Jinny Matthews, OH 17 55 19 .345 Shandera Parrish, OH 1 5 32 1 1 .344 Renee Williams, PSL 13 32 li .344 Megan Kozar, PBG 16 39 13 .333 Amy Hill. PBL 15 34 II .324 Shannon Defrietes, BR 15 31 10 .323 Home runs (minimum 2): Shelby Callaway LWC 5, Jodi Benson GD 4, Crystal Reed SUM 2, Lindsey Curtiss GD 2, Lisa Benson GD 2, Alissa Talsma LWC 2, Cristina Lockhart GD 2, Megan O'Donnell JC 2. RBI (minimum 8): Shelby Calloway LWC 24, Jodi Benson GD 14, Crystal Reed SUM 14, Kimmy Carter KA 14, Emily Wiggs SUM 13, Kim Long MH 1 3, Jennifer Mossadeghi KA 13, Amanda Adeimy SUM 13. Alissa Talsma LWC 13, Lauren Labounty SUM 12, Lainey Bond MH 12, Stephanie Clark LWC 1 2, Christina Lockheart GD 1 1 , Kelly Boulton MH 10, Alicen Kikkert LWC 1 0, Mellisa Calise JC 9, Lisa Benson GD 9, Sasha Shulman BEN 9, Diana Shearer SUM 9, Sa-mantha Williams MH 9, Bethany Hoye LWC 8, Katheryn Pressley MH 8, Hela Barhoush GD 8, 1 Lindsay Curtiss GD 8, Megan O'Donnell JC 8, ! Michelle Glide LWC 8. Stolen bases (minimum 7): Erin Storey MH ; 23, Kelly Bolton MH 20, Katherine Pressley MH j 19, Kelly Norris LWC 19. Lauren Labounty SUM ' 15, Michelle Glide LWC 14, Kim Long MH 14, Kimmy Carter KA 1 1 , Samantha Williams MH 11, Lainey Bond MH 1 1 , Jennifer Mossadeghi KA 9, Jodi Benson GD 8, Ashley Toms MH 8. Niki Hazellief MH 7, Alissa Talsma LWC 7. Pitching 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 30 innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA By Dani Davies Palm Beach Post Staff Writer As a freshman last season Stephanie Cirrincione backed up one of the area's top pitchers at Atlantic, senior Maria Brigandi. But Cirrincione still managed to make her mark, throwing a 7-0 shutout in her first appearance. She's continuing to impress this season. Last week, the sophomore allowed no earned runs, struck out 10 and walked one in two wins for the Eagles (12-5), including a a no-hitter in a 10-0 win over Deerfield Beach. "She just seems so effortless," coach Pete LeGro said. IP WL ERA 32 5-0 0.22 28 3-1 0.50 42 2-2 0.67 33 4-1 0.85 23 4-0 0.91 2 1 3-0 0.97 27 6 0 1.04 40 5-3 1.05 22 2-0 1.27 35 4-1 1.40 35 5-2 1 .40 33V3 4-2 1.47 36 4-2 1.51 23 4-0 1.52 22'3 3-0 1.57 30 1-0 1.63 30 3-2 1.63 29's 2-0 1.67 26 2 1 1.68 26Vj 3-1 1.71 34 Vs 3-3 1.83 30'a 2-1 1.84 26V4 2-1 0 1.86 26 3 2 1.88 28!3 2 2 1.95 42 3-3 2.00 21 4-1 2.00 37 3-1 2.02 38 2-4 2.03 30'3 2-2 2.07 32 3-0 2.14 32'3 2-3 2.16 30'3 5-0 2.21 213 2-0 2.30 21 0-1 2.33 32 32 2.40 28'i 3-2 2.47 27 2-1 2.53 27 4 1 2 59 27 22 2.60 32 0-3 2.63 39 14 2.69 35'A 4-2 2.77 55' 3-4 2.91 HONORABLE MENTION " " IP W-L ERA Amy Ketcham, PSL 31 4-1 0.22 Pysha Simmons. LW 44 5-2 0.32 Kann Edwardson, SANT 44 4-1 0.48 Abbey Cornelius, LW 96 10-5 0.6f Jessica Chase, PBL 75 9-6 0.7! Betsy Everett, CN 317-1 0.9C Lindsay Testa, PBG 96 13 2 0.95 Ten Morgan. SANT 53 10-1 1.06 Kinsey Manning, BR 49 5-2 1.14 Jennifer Olds, SUN 52 5-2 1.21 Michele Brunet, JIL 72'i 3-8 1.76 Carrie Bielicki, VB 82 9-5 1.96 Tracy Thomas, BR 58 5-5 2.05 Jinny Matthews, OH 86 7-6 2.34 S. Cirrincione, ATL 53 5-3 2.35 C. Hochdorfer, WTD 41 3-4 2.39 Knsten Davis, ATL 52(6 7-1 2 67 Strikeouts (minimum IS): Jessica Chase PBL 103. Carrie Bielicki VB 84. Jinny Matthews OH 83, Abbey Cornelius LW 77, Lindsay Testa PBG 65, Michele Brunet JIL 62, Jennifer Olds SUN 56, Kristen Davis ATL 54, Teri Morgan SANT 53. Gretta Statler PJP 46, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 45, Kinsey Manning BR 44. Karen Edwardson SANT 44, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 43, Stephanie Cirrincione ATL 39, Amy Ketcham PSL 35, Pysha Simmons LW 34, Tracy Thomas BR 32. Alyssa Tolsma 28. Julie Mainville WTD 28. Nicole Roberts SANT 27. Katie McGowan PJP 26, Betsy Everett CN 25, Enca Eggen CN 2 1 , Angie Schenk RPB 2 1 , Cassandra Morgan RPB 20, Katie Larkin SUN 1 5. Classes 2A-1A Minimum 20 Innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA Home runs (minimum 2): Aunnie Brahs ATL 1 3. Carrie Bielecki VB 3, Stephanie Hochhouser PJP 2, Christine Sweeney SANT 2, Jennifer Stump LW 2, Katie Brandon CN 2, Dudley Commander CN 2, Jamie DuPont SANT 2, Nicole Roberts SANT 2. Justine Crochunis RPB 2, Pysha Simmons LW 2. RBI (minimum 8): Cassandra Morgan RPB 25. Jennifer Olds SUN 2 1 , Elena Aguilar ATL 20, Aunnie Brahs ATL 17, Jennifer Stump LW 17, Amy Bellisari BR 17, Lindsay Testa PBG 16, Teri Morgan SANT 16, Martha McCall PBG 16, Jackie Machetta SANT 16. Megan Hosea CN 16, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 1 5, Jamie DuPont SANT 15, Bobbie Brandon CN 14, Lisa Luisi LW 14, Tnsha Hunseccker RPB 14, Kelly Ternenyi ATL 1 4, Pysha Simmons LW 1 4, Jackie Pavone SANT 14, Ashley Blow RPB 14, Ashley Benson LW 14, Justine Cruchunis RPB 14, KJ Kerr PBL 13, Valerie Semmeno SUN 13, Nicole Roberts SANT 13, Jenel Thompson WTD 13. Nadme Young SANT 12. Whitney Woolridge PBL 12, Carrie Bielicki VB 12, Shelagh Grubb ATL 12, Kelly Astden VB 1 2, Jennifer King SANT 12. Christine Sweeney SANT 12. Amanda Rothrock LW 12, Shandera Parnsh OH 1 1 . Knsten Casey RPB 11, Knstina Laari LW 1 1, Megan Kozar PBG 11, Jessica Chase PBL 1 1 , Christine Hochdorfer WTD 10. Jennifer Bozenbury SUN 10, Tiffany DiPern PBL 10, Michelle Francis ATL 10, Jennifer Fichter PSL 1 0. Jennifer Rudock SANT 9. Dudley Commander CN 9. Shannon Defrietes BR 9. Meredith Matson PBG 9, Angie Gabana PJP 8, Katie Brandon CN 8, Sara Manani CN 8, Barbara Marshton CN 8, Desi Layman JIL 8, Jen Lombard! BR 8. Katie Tierney BR 8, Kelly Whitely PBG 8. Krystal Lamb JIL 8. Stolen bases (minimum S): Jennifer Stump LW 23, Jackie Marchetta SANT 19. Nina Armstrong LW 14. Jinny Matthews OH 13. Jessica Pomar VB 1 3. Michele Frances ATL 1 2. Jessica Mendenhall PSL 12. Knstina Laari LW 10, Ashley ATLANTIC: Brad Bell, a sophomore catcher on the baseball team, went 4-for-4 with two RBI against Spanish River. BOCA RATON: Dave Eddinger, a senior pitcher, threw a two-hitter and struck out seven i . 1 2-2 win. He also went 7-for-1 1 and scored five runs in three games. F) HE ST HILL: Francis Dinzey, a senior first baseman on the baseball team, went 5-for-7 ' . wo games. JOHN I. LEONARD: Stephanie Bahr, a junior, showed great teamwork and enthusiasm throughout the season. . . . Eugenio Balll, a senior catcher on the baseball team, hit the game-winning RBI double against Lake Worth. He is hitting .409 and joined the team after competing at the state wrestling tournament this month, KINO'S ACADEMY: Kerwln Santiago, a member of the baseball team, went 4-for-6 with two runs and a steal. . . . Brooke Saxon, a senior pitcher, threw a no-hitter against Forest Hill, while also pitching a one-hitter and three-hitter. She had 1 2 strikeouts and one walk in 15 innings. She also went 6-for-I2 with three doubles and three RBI. LAKE WORTH: Nina Armitrong, a sophomore on the Softball team, went 4-for-8 with a double, triple, four runs two steals. OLYMPIC HEIGHTS: Aya Funahashi, a sophomore on the Softball team, went 3 for-6 with one run. POPE JOHN PAUL: W.J. Hasey. senior pitcher on the baseball team, won two games, one in relief and a complete game to improve his record to 5-3. SANTALUCES: Vincent Wilfork, a sophomore, won the shot put and discus throw at the Flonda Relays. His distance in the shot put was 59 feet, 1 1 inches, and he threw the discus 166-5, both personal bests. . . . Christine Sweeney, a freshman on the Softball team, went 5-for-8 with a homer, triple, six RBI and five runs in three games. . . . Mark Roche, a junior right fielderpitcher, went 7-for-12 with five runs and two RBI from the leadoff spot. SUNCOAST: Abby Forbush, a junior on the softball team, went 5-for-9 with two RBI and two steals. WELLINGTON: Kevi Maag, a junior outfielder on the baseball team, had the game-winning two-run homer in a 3-1 win against district rival Vero Beach. WILLIAM T. DWYER: Justin Pigott, a senior first basemannght fielder on the baseball team, went 4-for-1 1 with five RBI. . . . Lindsay Marzano, a sophomore on the softball team, went 4-for-10 with a double, one RBI, two steals and two runs. Home runs (minimum 3): Zach Miner PBG 6, Chad Oliva PBG 6, Andy Wilson VB 5, Adam Brown JIL 4, Mickey Torrello PSL 4, Mike Murray BR 4, Pete Gavillan JIL 3. Kyle Gabbard WEL 3, .Neil Jenkins WTD 3, Justin Fuller W1D 3. Dave . Spalding JUP 3, John Robinson OH 3, Kevin Maag WEL 3, Matt Crawford OKEE 3. Btyan Zech BR 3. RBI (minimum 12): Chad Oliva PBG 28. Mike Murray BR 21. Mark Stowe ATL 20, Andy Wilson VB 20, Johnnie Mullins GC 19. Diego Santos GC 1 9. Steve Harshman SFB 19. Bryan Zech BR 1 8. Alberto Gonzalez JIL 1 7, Pete Gavillan JIL 1 7, Zach Miner PBG 16, Tim McPherson PBG 16. Josh Intoppa CN 16. John Robinson OH 15, Wes Rivera PBL 1 5. Eric McKay FPC 15, Adam Brown JIL 15, Dave Spalding JUP 15. Mickey Torrello PSL 15, Kason Gabbard RPB 14, Kyle Gabbard WEL 14, Justin Saltalamacchia PBL 14, Roger Mottley GC 14, Josh Tnmm SfB 14, George Sandell PBG 13. William lockheart RPB 13. David Goldfarb SR 13. Josh Redman SEB 13, RobSpencerSEB 13, Justin Fuller WTD 12,tuke Hohreiter SUN 12. Jason Pearson PAH 12. Matt Henrie CN 12, Kyle Smith ATL 12. Mike Tarry VB 12. Spencer Preston MC 12, Allen Lanier OKEE 12. Scott Hanley PJP 12. Stolen bases (minimum 7): Diego Santos GC 31, Eric Scala SEB 20. Adam Brown JIL 18. Tom Simms PSL 16. Albert Ware FPC 15, Johnnie Mullins GC 14, Dan Simon SUN 13, Gabe Johnson ATL 13. Roger Mottley GC 12. Kyle Smith ATL 1 2, Willie Styles GC 1 1 . Chivalnk Daughtry SANT 1 1. Neil Jenkins WTD 9. Justin IP W-L ERA Mellisa Calise. JC 55 5-4 1.02 Brooke Saxon. KA 90 11-3 1.08 Ashley Toms. MH 41 5-4 1.19 Sarah Loy. JC 28 2-1 2.00 Katherine Pressley, MH 35 4-1 2.20 Sasha Shulman, BEN 69 7-5 2.54 "She makes it look easy. When she buckles down she can be scary." Cirrincione (5-3) has won four consecutive games since starting the season 1-3. "In the last four games, she's gotten some of her junk back," LeGro said. "Her motion is coming back to her." Cirrincione, who has been playing softball for about 10 years, has 39 strikeouts ana a 2.35 ERA this season. "With a little more work the next couple of years, she'll be one of the top pitchers in the county, LeGro said. CLASS 3A 1. Tampa Catholic (91 H I 2. Melbourne-Florida Air Academy (31 . . . 13 2 3. Tavernier -Coral Shores (I) 14-2-1 4. Tallahassee-Florida High 14-1 5. Clearwater Central Catholic 10-J e Marianne " ' 7 Hollywood-Chaminade 17-1 I Miami-Gulliyer Prep 10-H Jacksonville Bolles 10 Tampa-Berkeiey Prep I'-' Alse receiving votes: Cardinal Newman ( 10-5). CLASS 2A 1. Miami-Westminster Christian (12) ... 14-7-1 1 John Carretl IM 3. King's Academy a-2 4 Oavtona Beach-Father Lopei 14-3 1 Glades Day 15-1 t Mavo-Latavette MV2 (tie) Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy 12 5 t Hollywood Christian 13-2 t Port St Joe " 5 IS Miami-Dade Christian NA CLASS IA I Miramar -Florida B'bie (71 10-3 2. M. ami-Northwest Christian (3) 15-0 3 Bnto Miami Private (21 135 4 Jacksonville Arlington Country Day .... ! 5 Bradenton Christian tO 4 Orlando-First Academy 0-4 7 Winter Haven-Ail Saints . . . S04 I Miami Christian 13-3 St PeterstHiro Keswick Christian t l K Gainesville Oak Hall HV5 Also rtcttvinf vvnta: Jupiter Christian (a-31 Softball POST TOP 10 1 . Martin County 1 3-0 2. Samamces 1 7-2 3 Palm Beacn Gardens 14 2 4. King's Academy 11-3 5 Lincoln Park Academy 1 0 3 6. Fort Pierce Central 10 2 7. Lane Worth 15 7 8 Atlantic 115 9. Port St. Luc 12 4 10. Sebastian River 10-2 Records ' 00 not nchxte Monday 5 garnet Bobby Bradley, WEL Eric Tatum, FH Andy Wilson, VB Justin Pope, WEL Greg Eubanks. WEL David Patrick. JIL Mike Tarry, VB Brian Sullivan, PSL Billy Girard, RPB B. Davidson. SANT Matt Henrie, CN Mike Harvey, CN Kason Gabbard, RPB Mike Zuppinger, PBG Ruben Guerrero, OKEE Matt Bryan, CN Chris Craig. PJP Paul Trotman, SEB Erick Herndandez, PJP Jason Spells, FPW Ron Heavyside, ATL Ryan Johansen. MC Justin Fuller. WTD Mike Perez, BR Nick Weissmg, OH Gehad Shatara. GC Brad Sellick, MC Tim McPherson, PBG Mike Choquette, PBL David Baum, MC Ryan Sneider. PSL John Baillie, OKEE Andre Gonzales, JIL Pete Gavillan. JIL Josn Vernon. MC Roger Mottley, GC Ryan Ross. WTD Joe Stacker, OH Zach Miner, PBG Jason Rayfield, SR Michael Wood, FH Jeff Lee, LW Dave Eddinger, BR Brent Selph, SEB Strikeouts (minimum 30): Brent Selph SEB 61, Bobby Bradley WEL 57, Brian Chumney SUN 55. Brian Sullivan PSL 54, W.J. Hasey PJP 53, Andy Wilson VB 52, Mike Choquette PBL 51, Tim McPherson PBG 51, Brent Bush BR 51. Kason Gabbard RPB 48, Matt Henrie CN 48, Eric Tatum FH 47, Mike Tarry VB 42, Ryan Sneider PSL 42, Brandon Davidson SANT 42, Justin Pope WELL 41, David Baum MC 39, Ron Heavy-side ATL 39, T.J. Stanton FPC 38, Dave Eddinger BR 38. Greg Schlottman SR 37. Josh Blanchard JUP 37. Mike Barnett OH 37, Roger Mottley GC 37, Gabe Johnson ATL 37, Nick Weissmg OH 35, Erick Herndandez PJP 35. Ryan Ross WTD 35. Michael Wood FH 35, Justin Fuller WTD 34, Greg Schlottman SR 33. Mike Harvey CN 33. Zach Miner PBG 32. Bryan Knapp FH 32, Joey Friend OKEE 3 1 , Brad Hager PJP 3 1 , Larry Lankow FPC 31, Johnnie Mullins GC 31, Jason Rayfield SR 31. Chad Johnson SEB 31. Joe Stacker OH 30, Mike Zuppinger PBG 30. Ryan Johansen MC 30, Greg Eubanks WEL 30. Mark Beals VB 30. Roundup Lockhart said. "So, we figured we would come in here and do it again. Obviously they are resilient and made an adjustment." Lancers leadoff hitter Adam Brown was the only Leonard play-er with two hits, both singles. Jahn I. Leonard Martin County IM tot - Ml M I- 1 5 III Gonraiez (l-S). Goniales (3) and Belli. Johansen (3-21 and Preston SB: JIL: Brown. MC. Kelly. Andersen, Remeke Wellington 9, Palm Beach Lakes 0: Junior right-hander Greg Eubanks pitched a five-hitter to lead the Wolverines (14-3 and No. 1 in T)ie Post) over the Rams (8-10). Justin Saltalamacchia went 2-for-2 for 'aim Beach Lakes. rum SoacS Lakes WetHnejteA tn sat t- t SI M M - I II I O Touchet. R.vera i4i ano Perei fcubenks, Burnett 171 and Diet w Eubanks (W)) L O Touchet (3-3). 2B-W-Oossi, Orion, Piester. Olympic Heights 6, Atlantic 4: Ryan Hartnett hit a grand slam to lead the Lions (8-10) over the Eagles (7-9). Ron Heavyside went 4-for-4 for Atlantic. 0rtc Hoiftitt Atlantic St) tat 4 4 S I at tat 1-4 t 4 S'tK sK and s"ij1 Johnson. Antjwjr (Si Mc&'t- TS-O ob V-M toll, ftedr M-A SmittY HH-O Mrtne! John I. Leonard falls to Martin County 3-1 This week's polls Strikeouts (minimum IS): Katherine Press-ley MH 64. Brooke Saxon KA 55. Sasha Shulman BEN 53. Ashley Toms MH 52, Melissa Calise JC 47, Alissa Talsma LWC 39. Sara Loy JC 26. Amanda Adeimy SUM 23, Hadley Doyle BEN 22. sari (1-0). L-Starr. 2B -BR Thomas. Manning 2, BeM'sarl. Mahaney Suncoast 6, Glades Central 1: Katie Larkin pitched a complete-game four-hitter for the Chargers (8-6). Suncoast Gladas Central Larkin and Seminerio. Larkin (3-4) L-Bulls SN 141 - 1 I MS IM S-l 4 4 Butts and Ceballos w-2B-S-Miller, Forbustl Larkin HRBG Thomas. John I. Leonard 3, Lake Worth 2: Krystal Lamb's RBI single scored Desi Layman in the seventh as the Lancers (7-12) upset the Trojans (15-8 and No. 7 in The Post). Lake Warts Jahn I. leaiwrsl 01 eat 1-lea sti t -14 1 -1 11 I Comtiy$ and Seeman Brunet fd Lamb. M Brunet L-Cornclius. 2B: LW-Stump, JIL-Enf-mantrau Olympic Heights 14, Pom-pano Beach-Ely 7: Nicole Badala went 3-for-4 with a homer and three runs as the Lions (8-10) beat the Tigers (3-14). ?1? tl 4-M M 4 til til I-MI Bad and PtH Catwon and Bovdru (V Bada'a I ' -J L-Calderon 7B OM-Mamtewt, Rvan Hff OM-Bda-a ELV-$haupe SOCCER Soccer all-star games tonight: The Striker SoccerDia-dora Senior Showcase, which will feature the top senior soccer players from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, will be played tonight at Lake Worth High School. Girls games begin at 5:30 p.m. The boys games will begin at approximately 8 p.m. Admission is $4. T Benjamin 12, Lake Worth Christian 3: Matt Boykin went 3-for-5 with a double and two runs for the Buccaneers (5-11). Btnjamin Lli worth Chriitian ssi m i-ii i) i2 m s- i ; I DesPiainej. Farmer (41 and Farmer and Des-Plaines (4). Teistma. Roach (4), Duffy (6) and Mice and Teistma (4). w-DesPlaines (l-2i L-Teistme. 2B 6 -Bovkm. Worrell. LWC-Roach 2. Duffy. HR -LWC -Scott SOFTBALL Benjamin 11, Lake Worth Christian 3: Sasha Shulman went 3-for-4 with a double, two runs and two RBI to lead the Buccaneers (8-11) over the Defenders (8-5). Hadley Doyle went 2-for-2 for Benjamin. Lake worts Christian Beniamin S7S lot s 1 4 1 3S V43 -!! It I Tatsma and Callaway Derrtnuer, Cameron (51 and Cmeeron, M Doyle (51. W-Demnger (1-2) L-Talsma it-51. 2B BN-Shulman Pope John Paul 6, Forest Hill 5: Angie Gubana singled in the tying run then scored the winning run on an error as the Eagles (13-6) beat the Falcons (6-8). FTMf Hilt pp j 404) ttl t- i t I 111 tit 2 4 4 1 Emerson. AH i5i and Ceraial Mciiowan and Kn-er W-Mc&owan (7-3) L-AH 2B f-M carva-iai B-PH-Adrimv Boca Raton 22, Strana- han 1: Tracy Thomas and Kinsey Manning each went 4-for-5 with three RBI and two runs to lead the Bobcats (11-7). Baca ttaM Svanah4ifi freit,srf m4 T-e'ney. S'rr atd Brpw W-BeMc By Paul Pedersen Special to the Palm Bt in h '- STUART Martin County decided to use a different approach in its rematch with John I. Leonard on Monday night at Tiger Field. Instead of freely swinging at offerings as they had (striking out 14 times) in an earlier 9-1 loss to the Lancers, the Tigers (12-5 and No. 6 in Trie Palm Beach Post Top 10) used patience to reach base. This change in strategy led to eight walks and a 3-1 victory by Martin County. Tigers starter Ryan Johansen (3-2) complemented his patient offense by striking out eight Lanc ers (11-5 and No. 3 in The Post) in a complete-game five-hitter. The junior struggled in the first inning, throwing 23 pitches as Leonard took advantage of two errors to take a 1 -0 lead.. The Tigers scored in the third against Lancers starter Alberto Gonzalez (1-5). The senior, who was overpowering (eight strike outs and no hits) but wild (six walks), was pulled when he began to falter after getting the first two batters out in the bottom of the third inning. Andre Gonzales relieved, giv ing up only two hits and two walks over the final 3V' scoreless innings. ""We thumped them in the last meeting." Leonard coach George Baseball I POST TOP 10 1. Wellington 13-3 2. Vero Beach 12-3 3. John I. Leonard 11-4 4. John Carroll 12-3 5. Palm Beach Gardens 14-4 6. Martin County 11-5 7. Cardinal Newman 10-5 8. Boca Raton 11-6 9. Port St. Lucie 11-5 10. Royal Palm Beach 9-7 STATE POLL Firit place vote In paratitttetlv CLASS 4 1 Mumi Southndoe ( 12) IM 2. Attamonte Sprinos-lafct Brtntley 14-3 1 Cooper City ?- 4 Gonll-Tlt (1) 14-1 $. Orlando-Boont '5-1 4. Wellington 1J-1 7 Orlando Dr Phillips 12-3 (tie) Winter Garden-West Orange 15-2 t. Vert Stack IM W Winter Park IM CLASS SA 1 Jacksonni-Terry Parker 1131 2 Sarasota . . 13-4 3 Beiieview 14-1 4 Merritt island 13 5 Sanford Seminole 13 5 t Jecksonilie-First Coast 13 (tie! Land C Lanes 13 1 Pensecoia Pine Forest 11-5 9 Pah- Stat Cardans M-4 M Venice 104 CLASS 4A 1 Tempo-iewit () 14-2 2 Key west (I) 15-4 3 Deriona Bear Seeoreere (II - 4 Jarksonvtiie-Engtewood ( 1) .17-2 5 Crestv tew 13-5 JacftSon-ille-Sithop Kenny 13-3 7 Pace 17 3 I Orlando B'snop Moore 13-t Ovincy Shas M-3 10 AAiami-Monsionor Pact Il-t kMSi.. sVJsv,oii jw.

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