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Stephen Pedrick and Zach Kazakos combined on the one-hit shutout.
By Brandon Wright
Published June 23, 2007
PINELLAS PARK - Seminole opened the 10-11 District 5 All-Star baseball tournament with an 11-0 win Friday over Northeast in a game shortened to four innings by the run rule. Stephen Pedrick and Zach Kazakos combined on the one-hit shutout.
Seminole's first five batters scored to open up a 5-0, first-inning lead. Seminole pounded out 12 hits and were led by Daniel Robinson, Pedrick and Kazakos, who all went 3-for-3.
SOUTHWEST 13, GULF BEACHES 2: Pitchers Matt Brannon, Mick Bodner and Lance Smith combined to lead Southwest. Teammates Doug Turner, Trey Beneti and Ritchie Benn paced the offense.
NORTHEAST NO. 1 10, PINELLAS PARK NATIONAL 0: Jake Moore and Blake Bryant each went 3-for-4 and tripled for Northeast. David Sockol and Blake Dyer combined for the win on the mound.
AZALEA 19, NORTHEAST NO. 2 11: Bryce Cooke, Peter Trapp and Bronson Lynch pitched Azalea to the win. Azalea catcher Jared Wolfenbarger went 4-for-4 with four RBIs and threw out four runners on the base paths. Azalea's Colby Worden finished with three hits while Jack Sheehan, Zack Brumm and Cooke six RBIs added two each.
SEMINOLE NO. 2 14, SOUTHWEST 7: Chris Berry struck out seven to pick up the win on the mound and went 5-for-5 with a homer and six RBIs for Seminole. Teammates Douglas Borgh (3-for-4, two 3Bs) and Kyle Frickman (4-for-4, two RBIs) also led Seminole's hitting attack.
PINELLAS PARK NATIONAL, 12 NORTHEAST 1: Olivia McCoy picked up the win in the circle while Northeast's Rachael Piscitello struck out nine. PPN's Kelsea Vanderveer went 4-for-4 while Amanda Ross (3-for-4) finished a homer shy of the cycle.