Local roundup | Bradenton Christian scores 10 in shutout of Imagine School of North Port

March 11, 2014 

BCS scores 10 in shutoutof Imagine

The Bradenton Christian Panthers banged out 14 hits in the five-inning 10-0 rout of the host Imagine School at North Port Sharks.

Cameron Rogers fired a three-hitter for the Panthers (7-4, 3-1) in four innings of work against the district rival. The Panthers' hitting attack was led by David Hinkle (3-for-4, double), Luke Darnell (2-for-3, two RBIs), Hunter McGarry (2-for-4, three RBIs) and Wade Carter (2-for-3, RBI).

BAYSHORE 9, SAINTSTEPHEN'S 1 -- Julian Valdivia threw seven innings of six-hit ball, allowing one walk and fanning four as the visiting Bruins (3-7) beat the Falcons (6-4). Valdivia also was 2-for-5 at the plate with a double and three RBIs,

Also leading the offensive attack were Derek Paparella (2-for-5, double) and Jayson Clayton (3-for-4, RBI).

Girls tennis

PALMETTO 6, SOUTHEAST 1 -- The host Tigers improved to 7-3 behind the winning play of Maggie Zanders, Jourdan McKinnis, Sydney Lang, Rikki Allard. The Seminoles' lone winner was Katie Yetzer. In doubles play, the Tigers' Zander and McKinnis, Lang and Ashley Olmstead won both matches.

BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 4, SEFFNER CHRISTIAN 3 -- The visiting Panthers (3-5) had singles wins from Haley Waldo, Ashley Waldo and Kaya Meadows. In doubles, the Waldo duo won.

Boys tennis

BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 7, SEFFNER CHRISTIAN 0 -- In singles, winners for the visiting Panthers (5-3) were Will Buurma, Noah Blevio, Cameron Brauner, Dylan Cotrone and Zac Smith. Double winners were Blevio and Brauner and Cotrone and Isaac Valley.


PALMETTO 14, BRADENTON CHRISTIAN 4 -- Carley Carbary had a rally-starting double and drove in two runs in a losing effort for the host Panthers (4-4) against the Tigers.

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