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Three from Oldsmar reach district semis

Published May 13, 2004

Oldsmar advanced three teams in Friday's semifinals at the District 12 End of Season Tournament.

In major softball, Ashleigh Bynum scored two and had two RBIs to help Oldsmar (No. 28) defeat West Pasco (No. 27) 13-1. Dani Burnham struck out 10 over four innings. Halee Spencer's home run lifted Oldsmar (No. 27) over Safety Harbor (No. 25) 6-1. Nicole Michaels added a double and Kelsey Oonk had two hits for Oldsmar.

Jessica Allen struck out eight in Tarpon Springs' (No. 30) 5-4 win over Tarpon Springs (No. 29). Matina Tzivleris had two hits and scored twice to help Tarpon Springs (No. 30).

SENIOR BASEBALL: Oldsmar (No. 48) advanced to the semifinals by edging the West Pasco Marlins 7-6 in eight. Justin Bosker singled in Taylor Brown for the winning run. Chris Ayral pitched five innings in relief, and Matt Gracie and Michael Papa collected multiple hits for Oldsmar.

SENIOR SOFTBALL: Britney Oates and Ashley Walter each hit home runs for the Safety Harbor Cardinals in a 15-4 win over East Lake (No. 44). Oates and Walters also combined to strike out 12.

[Last modified May 13, 2004, 02:20:18]


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