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All-Stars begin play

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published June 30, 2002

In District 12 minor baseball, East Lake defeated Dunedin National 14-4 on Saturday. Brett Donnelly pitched a complete game with six strikeouts. Second baseman William Fulner had three hits and three RBIs.

Terry O'Reilly had three hits in Palm Harbor National's 8-0 victory over Dunedin American. Michael Van Amburg pitched three scoreless innings for the win.

Clearwater National clinched a spot in the second round by winning Pool C after a 12-4 win over Holiday. Brian Andersak had a key two-run triple in the second. Max Collins pitched six innings, scattering seven hits and striking out six. Collins also had two hits.

On Thursday, Tyler Harriman pitched a no-hitter in East Clearwater/Safety Harbor's 25-2 win over Dunedin American. Ryan Graff had four hits in Palm Harbor American's 15-1 victory over Hudson in 9-10 baseball.

In District 5 minor baseball, Travis Agosto's two-run single in the top of the seventh helped Pinellas Park National defeat Northeast 6-0 on Saturday. Taylor Nevitt drove in a run in the top of the fifth to give Pinellas Park National the lead. Justin Warren pitched six innings for the win.

In District 12 major baseball, Clearwater American scored eight runs in the first in a 10-3 win over Tarpon Springs. Joe Marshall hit a two-run home run and Katie Brunk struck out six. Catcher B.J. Woods had a double in the second to score two of Tarpon Springs' runs.

Kevin Trapp tossed a complete-game shutout in Holiday's 10-0 victory over Safety Harbor American. Trapp also hit a grand slam in the bottom of the third. Kody Racel had a two-out hit to extend the inning and set up Trapp's home run. Anthony Koutsanikas had two hits for Holiday.

Jimmy Petrakis' three-run home run in the third helped Clearwater National defeat Largo National 7-3. Tim Younger pitched six innings for the win and shortstop Matt Kephalas had two hits.

Rightfielder Curt Hold hit a game-winning home run in the bottom of the sixth as West Pasco defeated Countryside 5-2. Matt Phillips' two-run home run earlier in the inning tied the game 2-2. Chris Kaeler tossed a complete game for the win.

In District 12 junior baseball, Palm Harbor American defeated West Pinellas 15-1 on the first day of the All-Stars tournament.

Catcher Matt Mooney had two hits and two RBIs. Rafeal Perez allowed two hits and struck out seven for the win.

Tyler Schmidt's home run in the first helped Dunedin American defeat Tarpon Springs 11-0. Derek Morris pitched a complete game, allowing three hits.

Oldsmar used seven pitchers to hold West Pasco in a 9-1 victory. Shawn Kale had a double and a home run. Kevin Young and Chris Ayral each had two hits.

David Warner tossed a complete game in Largo National's 1-0 win over Palm Harbor National. Jacob Furlopt went 2-for-3 and Curtis Burkhardt scored the winning run.

In District 12 major softball, Morgan Williams pitched all four innings in Palm Harbor's 22-10 victory over Tarpon Springs. Katie Torro turned an unassisted double play to end the game.

Britney Oates pitched a no-hitter in Safety Harbor's 8-0 win over Oldsmar. Oates struck out 16 of the 20 batters she faced and helped her offense by hitting a triple.

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