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West Tampa Bayshore nabs section crown
By LARRY BUGG
Published July 19, 2005
CRYSTAL RIVER - Reina Baluja tripled in the winning run and Rebecca Turkel tossed a no-hitter as the West Tampa Bayshore major softball team downed Oldsmar 1-0 to take the Little League Section 7 title Sunday at Harley Levins Complex.
In the third inning, Donna Berezowski doubled with one out. Pinch hitter Miranda Clark sacrificed, setting up a runner at third with two outs. Baluja blasted a shot to deep right-center to give Bayshore the only run needed.
Turkel struck out 10 and walked none. A sixth-inning error kept Turkel from tossing a perfect game.
Baluja was 3-for-3 with a double and the winning run batted in. Bayshore had eight hits.
Kelsey Oonk was the losing pitcher for Oldsmar.
"Their pitcher pitched a great game," Bayshore coach Ken Turkel said. "It was the kind of game where we needed pitching. We blew a couple of opportunities."
Bayshore lost in sectionals last year as Dunnellon went on to win the state title. This year, Bayshore beat Dunnellon 11-1 en route to the sectional title.
Bayshore advances to the state tournament this weekend at DeFuniak Springs in the Panhandle.
In the second-place game, Tori Williams tossed a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and walked four as Dunnellon beat Seminole 12-3.
Dunnellon's Sami Fagan was 2-for-3 with three runs and an RBI. Holly Roberson doubled and was 2-for-3 with four RBIs and a run.