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msl THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1998 7C" 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; D Home run leaders; RBI leaders; stolen base leaders; 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. 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. HIGH SCHOOL Athletes of the week 1 " "" y 111,11 Statistics Classes 2A-1A BASEBALL David Slevin Minimum 18 Innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA 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, Ne 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 Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 30 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, Chris-, tine 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 VV-L ERA Matt Lynch, JC 34 5-0 0.00 Troy Roberson, KA 19 2-0 1.11 Jimmy Wilkinson, GD 21 3-0 1.30 Ryan Johnson, JC 24 2-1 1.75 Lane Crews, GD 36 5-1 1.80 Pat McCormick, KA 20 2-1 2.45 Tucker Rigsby, JC 26 2-1 2.69 Justin Gregory, GD 27 3-1 3.00 The junior shortstop, who hits leadoof for John Carroll, went 8-for-15 with two doubles, a homer, three RBI and five steals last week. 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 G AB H Avg. 17 39 22 .564 10 26 14 .538 17 49 26 .531 17 38 20 .526 11 33 17 .515 17 42 20 .476 11 36 17 .472 17 39 18 .462 15 49 22 .449 8 29 13 .448 10 30 12 .400 15 48 19 .396 8 23 9 .391 11 31 12 .387 10 31 12 .387 11 29 11 .379 11 35 13 .371 8 27 10 .370 9 22 8 .364 14 43 15 .349 10 38 13 .342 10 28 8 .321 15 44 14 .318 14 38 12 .316 11 33 10 .303 Batting 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 35 at-bats Justin Gregory, GD Brandon Mason, JUPC Alex Rey. GD Zach Threlkeld, GD Daniel Coke, MH James Roxby, GD Jared Sergent, MH Pablo Sanchez, GD David Slevin, JC Dale Wingate, KA Kerwin Santiago, KA Brian Hoag, JC Troy Roberson, KA Howard Anderson, MH Ned Perry, KA Farron Williams, MH Joe Collier, MH Chris Zaccaro, KA Adam Bruce, JUPC Orlando Tirado, JC Colt Morton, KA Jesse Both, JUPC Chris Torres, JC Mike Coleman, JC Scott McLam, JC offensively. We've been relying on him for getting hits and producing runs." Slevin, who bats lead-off, leads the Rams with a .449 batting average and has 11 RBI. Slevin spent much of the offseason in the weight room, a key factor for his success this year. "He worked awfully hard over the summer," Dixon said. "Two things come to mind his increased strength and excellent speed. He has good speed and many balls that go for singles are now doubles." Slevin and his teammates are off to a 12-3 start this season. By Julius Whigham II Palm Beach Post Staff Writer Pitching is perhaps the main reason John Carroll is ranked in the state baseball poll. But the Rams have shown they can hit pretty well too, particularly junior shortstop David Slevin. In four games last week, Slevin went 8-for-15 with two doubles, a home run, three RBI, two runs and five steals. "He's had a great first part of the year, which is not a total surprise," coach Rick Dixon said. "He really is the key for us 0 AB H 10 29 21 12 31 22 7 27 18 12 36 24 7 24 14 7 24 14 14 45 25 12 32 18 14 43 20 7 24 11 14 35 16 14 38 16 12 29 12 14 32 13 12 33 13 12 41 16 12 36 14 16 42 16 7 24 9 18 54 20 12 42 15 12 41 14 12 35 12 Avg. .724 .710 .667 .666 .583 .583 .556 .563 .465 .458 .457, .421- .414 .406 .393 .390 ' .389 ' .381 .375 .370 .357 .341 .343 Kimmy Carter, KA Alissa Talsma, LWC Lauren Labounty, SUM Shelby Callaway, LWC Amanda Adeimy, SUM Emily Wiggs, SUM J. Mossadeghi, KA Michelle Glide, LWC Jodi Benson, GD Crystal Reed, SUM Cristina Lockhart, GD Lisa Benson, GD Bethany Hoye, LWC Hela Barhoush, GD Kelly Norrls, LWC Megan O'Donnell, JC Jennie Young, JC Hadley Doyle, BEN Elizabeth Wiggs, JC Lindsey Cameron, BEN Melissa Calise, JC Lidsay Caron, JC Lisa Green, JC Carrie Bielecki w ! The senior pitched and hit Vero Beach to a ivictory against Palm Beach Lakes. 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 10, Carl Hogan MH 9, Joe CollierMH 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-4A3A Minimum 20 Innings pitched and maximum 3.00 ERA Q AB H Avg. 18 56 28 .500 15 46 23 .500 18 52 25 .481 14 41 19 .463 14 32 15 .469 14 48 18 .450 18 64 28 .438 17 46 20 .435 15 47 20 .426 17 41 17 .415 17 46 19 .413 18 61 25 .410 16 54 22 .407 17 54 22 .407 14 42 17 .405 17 60 24 .400 14 45 18 .400 15 40 16 .400 18 68 27 .397 15 43 17 .395 18 46 18 .391 15 51 20 .390 14 41 16 .390 17 41 16 .390 17 54 21 .389 17 49 19 .388 15 49 19 .388 16 52 20 .385 15 40 15 .375 12 32 12 .375 19 59 22 .373 14 35 13 .371 12 38 14 .368 18 60 22 .367 16 49 18 .367 15 49 18 .367 10 30 11 .367 18 63 23 .365 17 44 16 .364 17 44 16 .364 18 61 22 .361 17 39 14 .359 18 53 19 .358 15 42 15 .357 15 42 15 .357 16 51 18 .353 12 34 12 .353 15 54 19 .352 15 37 13 .351 17 60 21 .350 15 45 16 .350 14 40 14 .350 15 49 17 .347 16 52 18 .346 12 35 12 .343 15 35 12 .343 14 38 13 .342 16 38 13 .342 17 41 14 .341 15 53 18 .340 15 50 17 .340 18 50 17 .340 15 47 16 .340 17 47 16 .340 17 47 16 .340 11 30 10 .333 18 55 18 .327 15 52 17 .327 18 52 17 .327 16 46 15 .326 15 46 15 .326 14 37 12 .324 16 47 15 .319 15 41 13 .317 15 41 13 .317 16 51 16 .314 16 48 15 .312 17 45 14 .31 1 18 58 18 .310 14 42 13 .310 18 49 15 .306 18 56 17 .304 16 46 14 .304 12 33 10 .303 15 43 13 . .302 15 43 13 ' .302 Chad Oliva, PBG Mark Stowe, ATL Diego Santos, GC Kyle Smith, ATL Albert Ware, FPC Neil Jenkins, WTD George Sandell, PBG Roger Mottley, GC Gabe Johnson, ATL Wes Rivera, PBL Dave Eddinger, BR Zach Miner, PBG C. Daughtry, SAN J. Saltalamacchia, PBL Eric McKay, FPC Scott Hanley, PJP Damian Colon, FH Marty Sheehan, RPB Mark Kovac, OKEE Robert Holbrook, FH Ruben Guerrero, OKEE Kason Gabbard, RPB Justin Fuller, WTD Dan Nigra, BR Luke Hohreiter, SUN Bryan Zech, BR Alex Fernandez, WTD Cliff Gailey, LW David Baum, MC Josh Lane, FPW Steve Harshman, SEB Bryan Purkey, FPC Jami Tomlinson, FPW Bobby Williams, OKEE Ryan Sneider, PSL Andy Wilson, VB Jason Pearson, PAH Eric Skala, SEB Dax Hughes, SANT Carlos Portilla, PBL Dave Spalding, JUP Chad McWaters, OKEE Mike Fitzhugh, PBG Josh Intoppa, CN Jon Robinson, OH George Sterner, MC Kyle Gabbard, WEL Keith Tankersley, VB Ray Stefanelli, OH Mark Roche, SANT Alex Larrlu, RPB Dan D'Antonio, JIL Chad Mainville, WTD Robert Weihs, LW Jason Spells, FPW Rob Spencer, SEB Pete Gavillan, JIL Carlos Cardona, GC Todd Kennamer, SANT Jeff Searcy, VB Adam Brown, JIL " Johnnie Mullins, GC Francis Dinzey, FH Mike Murray, BR B. Gillenwater, SANT Shep Baker, FPW Adam Oglivie, SEB Mike Tarry VB Brandon Storey, OKEE Justin Anderson, MC Jared Wright, OH Alex Derhak, PBG Gehad Shatara, GC Jon Diaz, OH Brian Williams, CN Allen Lanier, OKEE Mickey Torrelio, PSL Mike Perez, PBL Tim McPherson, PBG Alberto Gonzalez, JIL Dave Stanek, JUP Matt Crawford, OKEE Matt Brockway, MC Shane O'Connor, JUP Matt Henrie, CN Justin Pigott, WTD 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 1 3, Aman- da 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 1 0, Alicen Kikkert LWC 1 0, Mellisa Calise JC 9, Lisa Benson GD 9, Sasha Shulman BEN 9, Diana Shearer SUM 9, Sar mantha Williams MH 9, Bethany Hoye LWC 8. ' Katheryn Pressley MH 8, Hela Barhoush GD 8, ,' J Lindsay Curtiss GD 8, Megan O'Donnell JC 8, 1 I Michelle Gilde LWC 8. i Stolen bases (minimum 7): Erin Storey MH I 23, Kelly Bolton MH 20, Katherine Pressley MH i 19, Kelly Norris LWC 19, Lauren Labounty SUM j 15, Michelle Gilde 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. 1 , G AB H Avg. 13 41 23 .561 11 28 15 .536 17 57 30 .526 17 46 24 .522 11 33 17 .515 20 51 26 .510 13 42 21 .500 17 41 20 .488 11 33 16 .485 11 25 12 .480 19 65 31 .477 13 34 16 .471 19 54 25 .463 13 39 18 .462 13 27 12 .444 19 50 22 .440 13 41 18 .439 11 28 12 .429 19 47 20 .426 13 40 17 .425 14 31 13 .419 12 31 13 .419 19 48 20 .417 14 36 15 .417 13 41 17 .415 19 41 17 .415 11 32 13 .406 19 57 23 .404 16 40 16 .400 16 50 20 .400 12 25 10 .400 16 53 21 .396 15 38 15 .395 12 36 14 .389 16 44 17 .386 13 39 15 .385 17 47 18 .382 17 51 19 .373 16 46 17 .370 17 49 18 .367 17 52 19 .366 16 47 17 .362 17 53 19 .358 19 45 16 .356 17 54 19 .352 17 54 19 .351 16 37 13 .351 22 69 24 .348 17 52 18 .346 22 52 18 .346 16 52 18 .346 11 26 9 .346 17 55 19 .345 15 32 11 .344 13 32 11 .344 16 39 13 .333 15 34 11 .324 15 31 10 .323 Jennifer Olds, SUN Barbara Marston, CN Elena Aguilar, ATL C. Morgan, RPB Bobbie Brandon, CN Jennifer Stump, LW Amy Ketcham, PSL Jennifer King, SANT Megan Hosea, CN Katie McGowan, PJP J. Marchetta, SANT Valerie Seminerio, SUN N. Moschetti, SANT Jen Bozenbury SUN Mary Coffey, PJP K.J. Kerr, PBL J. Mendenhall, PSL C. Moschiannel, CN Jessica Chase, PBL Abby Forbush, SUN T. Hunseccker, RPB Angie Gubana, PJP Tiffany DiPerri, PBL Angle Gabana, PJP Skye Rowlison, PSL W. Woolridge, PBL Jennifer Fichter, PSL Jackie Pavone, SANT C. Sweeney, SANT Martha McCall, PBG Tye Milani, PJP Lindsay Testa, PBG Jamie Duponte, SANT Jennifer Rudock, SANT Ashley Blow, RPB C. Hochdorfer, WTD Amy Bellisari, BR Shelagh Grubb, ATL Kelly Whitley, PBG Nicole Badala. OH Jessica Chick, BR Meredith Matson, PBG Michele Francis, ATL Jaime Leakey, PBL Aunnie Brahs, ATL Kinsey Manning. BR Kelly Ternenyi, ATL Kristina Laari, LW Jennifer Castillo, ATL Ashley Benson, LW Jenel Thompson, WTD Kendra Matrow, SUN Jinny Matthews, OH Shandera Parrish, OH Renee Williams, PSL Megan Kozar, PBG i Amy Hill, PBL I Shannon Defrietes, BR mistake." With the game tied a 3, Vero scored in the sixth to take 4-3 lead but the run was disallowed because Peterson forgot to re- port a substitute. But Bielecki never gave the Rams a chance to take advantage of the error as she pitched three innings of hit-less relief, striking out eight. "To have her go back out there and give us a chance, obviously I was very grateful," Peterson said. Bielecki (9-5) also helped the Indians hold on for a 3-2, eight-inning win over South Fork. She pitched 3 innings, striking By Julius Whigham II Pam Beach Post Staff Writer ' ' For three innings, it was Vero Beach senior Carrie Bie-lecki's pitching that would keep the Indians in their softball game Friday against District 8-6A rival Palm Beach Lakes, i But it was her performance ;at the plate that would eventually win it. l Bielecki hit a two-run homer 'in the bottom of the seventh to give Vero the 5-3 win. ; "All I can say is that she just ;had an outstanding week," coach Rhonda Peterson said. "It just .happened to work out that way the home run) because I'made a Pitching 6A-5A-4A-3A Minimum 30 Innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA IP W-L 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 21 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 33Va 4-2 1.47 36 4-2 1.51 23 4-0 1.52 22!6 3-0 1.57 30 1-0 1.63 30 3-2 1.63 29'3 2-0 1.67 26 2-1 1 .68 26's 3-1 1.71 34y3 3-3 1.83 30'a 2-1 1.84 26VS 2-10 1.86 26 3-2 1 .88 28 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'i 2-3 2.16 30!3 5-0 2.21 2V 2-0 2.30 21 0-1 2.33 32 3-2 2.40 28'd 3-2 2.47 27 2-1 2.53 27 4-1 2.59 27 2-2 2.60 32 0-3 2.63 39 1-4 2.69 35'A 4-2 2.77 55 3-4 2.91 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 Weissing, 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 Josh 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 IP W-L ERA 31 4-1 0.22 44 5-2 0.32 , 44 4-1 0.48 96 10-5 0.66 75 9-6 0.75 31 7-1 0.90 96 13-2 0.95 , 53 10-1 1.06 49 5-2 1.14 52 5-2 1.21 72 3-8 1.76' 82 9-5 1.96' 58 5-5 2.05 , 86 7-6 2.34 53 5-3 2.35 41 3-4 2.39 52 7-1 2.67 HONORABLE MENTION Amy Ketcham, PSL Pysha Simmons, LW Kann Edwardson, SANT Abbey Cornelius, LW Jessica Chase, PBL Betsy Everett, CN Lindsay Testa, PBG Teri Morgan, SANT Kinsey Manning, BR Jennifer Olds, SUN Michele Brunet, JIL Carrie Bielicki, VB Tracy Thomas, BR Jinny Matthews, OH S. Cirrincione, ATL C. Hochdorfer, WTD Kristen Davis, ATL " """""'-" y y y 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 Men-' denhall 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, Erica Eggen CN , 21, Angie Schenk RPB 21, Cassandra Morgan RPB 20, Katie Larkin SUN 1 5. j Home runs (minimum 2): Aunnie Brahs ATL 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 14, Pysha Simmons LW 14, Jackie Pavone SANT 14, Ashley Blow RPB 14, Ashley Benson LW 14, Justine Cruchunis RPB 14, KJ Kerr PBL 13, Valerie Seminerio SUN 13, Nicole Roberts SANT 13. Jenel Thompson WTD 13, Nadme Young SANT 12, Whitney Woolndge PBL 12, Carrie Bielicki VB 12, Shelagh Grubb ATL 12, Kelly Astden VB 12, Jennifer King SANT 12, Christine Sweeney SANT 12, Amanda Rothrock LW 12, Shandera Parrish OH 1 1, Kristen Casey RPB 1 1, Kristina Laari LW 11, Megan Kozar PBG 11, Jessica Chase PBL 11, Christine Hochdorfer WTD 10, Jennifer Bozenbury SUN 10, Tiffany DiPerri PBL 10, Michelle Francis ATL 10, Jennifer Fichter PSL 10, 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 Mariani CN 8, Barbara Marshton CN 8, Desi Layman JIL 8, Jen Lom-bardi BR 8, Katie Tierney BR 8, Kelly Whitely PBG 8. Krystal Lamb JIL 8. Stolen bases (minimum 5): Jennifer Slump LW 23, Jackie Marchetta SANT 19, Nina Armstrong LW 14, Jinny Matthews OH 13, Jessica Pomar VB 13, Michele Frances ATL 12, Jessica Mendenhall PSL 12. Knstina Laari LW 10, Ashley CLEWISTON: Lacy Itzen, a sophomore on the Softball team, went 2-for-3 with four runs and two RBI in a win against Immokalee. GLADES CENTRAL: Brad Banks, a senior, won the triple jump at the Clewiston llnvitational, setting the meet record with a jump of 46 feet, 3 inches. He also finished 'second in the long jump. . . . Roger Mottley, a Junior pitcher, threw a complete-game !two-hitter in the Raiders' 2-0 win against state-ranked Wellington.. . . Danella Byth-wood, a senior on the girls track team, placed first in the hurdles, first in the 200, Anchored the 4x100 relay that placed first, took third In the shot put and third in the high jump at the Clewiston Invitational JUPITER: Gene Colwell, a senior center fielder on the baseball team, went 6-for-8 with ;three RBI in three games. 'JUPITER CHRISTIAN: Brandon Mason, a senior third basemanpitcher, went 6-for-10 with five RBI and scored six runs in three wins. He also pitohed five innings and struck out eight in a 4-1 win against Lake Worth Christian. MARTIN COUNTY: George Sterner, a junior shortstop, went 8-for-1 2 with three RBI and scored three runs in four games. MOORE HAVEN: Ashley Toms, a pitcher, shut out DeSoto and allowed four hits and struck out 17 in 14 Innings. OKEECHOBEE: John Balllle, a senior pitcher on the baseball team, won two games, including a perfect five-inning game against Arcadia-DeSoto In the Sebring Tournament. PORT ST. LUCIE: John Koutlangus, a Junior pitcheroutfielder on the baseball team, went 4-for-6 with a home run and double, and pitched five innings of relief and picked up the win against Martin County. SEBASTIAN RIVER: Brent Selph, a junior pitcher on the baseball team, struck out 1 0 in a 1 1-2 victory against previously unbeaten and state-ranked Daytona Beach-Seabreeze. VERO BEACH: Keith Tankersley. a junior pitcheroutfielder on the baseball team, went 3-for-7 with two RBI, and pitched four innings and struck out five to pick up the win against Washington, D.C.-St. Albans. WELLINGTON: Kevl 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 basemanright fielder on the baseball team, went 4-for-l 1 with five RBI. . . . Lindsay Maraano, a sophomore on the softball team, went 4-for-10 with a double, one RBI, two steals and two runs. Classes 2A-1A i Home runs (minimum 3): Zach Miner PBG 6, Chad Oliva PBG 6, Andy Wilson VB 5, Adam Brown JIL 4, Mickey Torrelio PSL 4, Mike Murray BR 4, Pete Gavillan JIL 3, Kyle Gabbard WEL 3, Neil Jenkins WTD 3, Justin Fuller WTD 3, Dave Spalding JUP 3, John Robinson OH 3, Kevin Maag WEL 3, Matt Crawford OKEE 3, Bryan 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 19, Steve Harshman SEB 19, Bryan Zech BR 18, Alberto Gonzalez JIL 17, Pete Gavillan JIL 17, Zach Miner PBG 16, Tim McPherson PBG 16, Josh Intoppa CN 16, John Robinson OH 15, Wes Rivera PBL 15, Eric McKay FPC 15, Adam Brown JIL 15, Dave Spalding JUP 15, Mickey Torrelio PSL 15, Kason Gabbard RPB 14, Kyle Gabbard . WEL 14, Justin Saltalamacchia PBL 14, Roger Mottley GC 14, Josh Tnmm SEB 14, George Sandell PBG 13, William Lockheart RPB 13, David Goldfarb SR 13, Josh Redman SEB 13, Rob Spencer SEB 1 3. Justin Fuller WTD 1 2, Luke Hohreiter SUN 12, Jason Pearson PAH 12, Matt Henne 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 Minimum 20 Innings pitched and maximum 2.99 ERA Strikeouts (minimum 30): Brent Selph SEB 6 1 , 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 4 1 , 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 Weissing 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 31. Brad Hager PJP 31, 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. 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 Strikeouts minimum 15): 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. Martin County holds off John I. Leonard 3-1 This week's polls 1,1 y -1 Melmo Quintero went 2-for-4 with one RBI to lead the Terriers (6-6). Roundup Beach 4: Mike McPadden got the win and hit a three-run homer to lead the Jaguars (12-5 and No. 9 in The Post) over the Indians (12-4 and No. 2 in The Post). Baseball 043 til t S M 000 X-12 13 4 Canterbury Motrt Havtn Rogers,, Sherman (2) and Contardo Sergent, Hogan (5) end Brown W Sergent (M). L-Roger$, 2B-C-Geiber. MH Brown, Ramos. ' 3B-MH-Quintero. HR-C-Gelber. MH-Clement. 030 030 1 7 9 I 001 300 0 4 S 0 Prt St. Luc it Vtr ftaach SOFTBALL By Paul Pedersen Special to the Palm Beach Post 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, 6-2) used patient at-bats to reach base. This change in strategy led to eight walks and a 3-1 district victory by Martin County, despite being outhit 5-2. Tigers starter Ryan Johansen (3-2) complemented his patient 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 John Carroll 23, St. Edward's 0: Sarah Loy went 3-for-4 with two runs and three RBI, ; and struck out nine and walked ; none to lead the Rams (8-5) over the Pirates (0-7). ' -', (Leonard) scored," said Thiesen. "But with the way my team has battled back in the latter innings throughout the season, one lone run was not a source of concern for me." The Tigers proved their coach right in the third inning against Lancers starter Alberto Gonzalez (1-5). The senior, who was overpowering (eight strikeouts 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, giving up only two hits and two walks over the final 3V4 scoreless McPadden, Sullivan (a) and Seiter. Tankeriiey, Bridweii (a) and Duncan. W-McPadden (3-1). L-Tanheritey (1-11. 2B-V, Tarry, BndweH. HR-PSL. Sneider, McPadden. Wellington 9, Palm Beach Lakes 0: Larry Broadway went 1-for-l with three RBI, Rob Or-ton went 3-for-3 with one RBI, and junior right-hander Greg Eubanks allowed five hits, no walks and struck out six to lead the Wolverines (14-3 and No. 1 in The Post Top 10) over the Rams (8-10). (- II (iiiiKiMi-n i) i St. Edward's John Carroll offense by striking out eight Lancers (11-5, 4-4) in a complete-game five-hitter. The junior struggled in the Aackier, Sturgeon (21 and Clemente. Lot- and O Oonnell W-Lo (3-1). L-WecMer. Royal Palm Beach 35, Pa-hokee 0: Freshman right-hander Cassandra Morgan threw a one-hitter with five strikeouts and no walks and went 4-for-4 with 9ix RBI for the Wildcats (9-9). an asa 1 1 1 M - I II 1 Palm eoack Lakat walimgwi CLASS 3A 1. Tampa Catholic () Ji"l 2 Melbourne-Florida Air Academy (2) . . . . IJ-I 3. Tavernier-Coral Snores (1) 14-1-1 4. Tallahassee-Florida High jr! 5. Clearwater Central Catholic a. Marianne .' 7 Hollywood-Chaminade Miami-Gulliver Prep '"-f! a. Jecksonville-Bolles T 10 Tampa-Berkeley Prep ,; " AIM receiving vales: Cardinal Newman (10-5). CLASS 2A 1. Miami-Westminster Christian (12) ... 14-2-1 I Jena Carre ' 3. Hint's Academy 4 Daytona Beach Father Lopez JJ S. Glades Day JJ-J 4 Mayo-Latayette " (tie) Fort Lauderdale-Westminster Academy 11-5 I Hollywood Christian IJ-J t. Port St Joe " 5 10 Miami-Dade Christian NA CLASS IA 1 Miramar-Florida Bbie (7) 10-3 2. Miami-Northwest Christian (3) 1S- 3. Brito Miami Private (2) 1J-S 4. Jacksonville-Arlington Country Day .... a-l 5. Bradenton Christian 4 a Orlando-First Academy 1-4 7. Winter Haven-All Saints HV4 I Miami Christian 13 f St Petersburg-Keswick Christian -! M Geinesviiie-Oek Halt MVS Atse recetvmf vet Jupiter Christian (4-3). Softball POST TOP 10 1 . Martin County 13-0 2. Santaioces 17-2 3. Palm Beach Gardens 14-2 4. King s Academy 11-3 5. Lincoln Park Academy 10-3 6 Fort Pierce Central 10-2 7. Lake Worth 15-7 8. Atlantic H -5 9 Port St Luoe 12 4 10. Sebastian River 10-2 PeronJs do not ncude Monday s games. first inning, throwing 23 pitches. "I had my doubts and was starting to look around at the m an ai s aaj aw i-l 1 1 iam I. Laanard Dnartm Cavfftv beginning," said Johansen, who used a combination of a mid-80 mph fastballs, sliders and change- D Toocnet, Rivera (4) and Perez. Eubanks. Burnett (71 and Dial W-Eubankt (Mil L-D. Touchet (J-Jl 78-W-Gro$i. Orion. Pieter. Glades Central 8, Clewiston 7: Johnnie Mullins went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and junior right fielder Carlos Cardona went 2-for-3 with two RBI to lead the Raiders (9-10) over the Tigers (4-15). eaneee t - t It aval Palm Beack (111MJI ,- M Abremi and Scruggs. Morgan and Simmoni- v Morgan (4-11. SOCCER STATE POLL Ftrtt-olact vates in parattttiesls: CLASS 4 I. Miami Southndgd (12) 1. Altamonte Springs-Lake BranHey I-J 3. Cooper City 4. Gonialei-Tat 1) '' J Orlando-Boont , Wellingten J" 7 Orlano-Or PhMI.pl J (tie! vVmterGerden West Orange 15-1 . Vera Bead) 10 Winter Para. ,i"4 CLASS iA 1 Jacksonville-Terry Parker UJ " 2 Sarasota 3 Belleview ,4" ' 4 Merrill Island '- 5 Sentcrd-Semmol J 4 Jacksonville-First CMt (tie) Lend O" Lakes W-l Pensacoie-Ptn Forest Il-S f. Ptm sock Gardens H-4 M Venice -4 CLASS 4A I Ttmna Jetuil () l I Key west ( II 1M 3. Davtona eectt-Sebree (1) 4 Jeckionvtlle-Engtewood (! IM J. Crestview 4 Jacksonville B'Shop Kenny IJ-1 1 Pare M Orlando-B'Shoo Moore a Quitter Snenks 14-3 a) Miefnt-Monstgnor Pec lt-4 ups in the win. it was tough finding my release point. The mound was like sand, so it took an inning to get used to that" Goniatei (i-M. Gonial 131 aod Ban Johanten IJ-71 and Prailon SB JIL: Brown. MC KHr. An-darten, Rama Fort Pierce Westwood 9, Royal Palm Beach 4: John La-bigang entered in the sixth inning and retired six in a row, including three strikeouts, to lead the Pan-thers (9-5-1). Soccer all-star games to First-year Martin County Ctewntea Giedat Cewlral aai (ii - 1 coach Mike Thiescn, whose team fell behind 1-0 in the first inning because of Johansen's lack of con la aai i-a ii i lIM it night: The Striker SoccerDia-dora Senior Showcase, which win feature the top senior soccer players from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast, will be played tonight at Lake Worth I hgh School. Girls games begin at 5:30 p.m. aval an Beacft trol and two Tigers errors, was eted and Poien.it Muiltnt. Santos (SI and Mo"v w - Santos I J8-C -Barnes. Cai'iias. Moore Haven 12, Fort Myers-Canterbury 8: Sophomore shortstop Howard Anderson went 2-for-3 with three RBI, and sophomore second baseman confident his team would not stay down. Bureau. ipi til. cao oang l ad Toovnion Gafbr Locfcfcert 131 and Ouren wj-SoeMs L Geooard IB Lane. Wener, Lao-gang BPS 'llPort, St. Lucie 7, Vero "I was unhappy with the way

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