Local roundup | ODA rolls SMA in boys lacrosse district tournament play

April 16, 2014 

ODA boys roll over SMA in D25 lacrosse

Andrew Romano scored six goals to lift the Out-of-Door boys lacrosse team to a 17-4 victory over Sarasota Military Academy in a District 25 semifinal Tuesday at Saint Stephen's.

Max Mann and Christian Nold poured in three goals apiece, and Jeremy Herrin had two.

ODA will meet either Cardinal Mooney or Saint Stephen's in Thursday's district final at Saint Stephen's.

Baseball

MANATEE 4, PALMETTO 3 (10) -- Chase Diaz plated Robbie Rew with the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Hurricanes (12-11) knocked off the Tigers at G.T. Bray park.

Rew had two hits and scored three times for Manatee, and Eric Crawford pitched 4 1/3 innings of scoreless relief for the victory. Khalyd Cox, Jake Dominick and Matt Mackey each added two hits.

SOUTHEAST 19, BAYSHORE 7 -- Freshman Kareem Lewis hit two home runs, including a grand slam, during an 11-run top of the seventh inning as the visiting Seminoles (6-12) got past the Bruins.

Bayshore scored six runs in the bottom of the sixth to cut its deficit from 8-0 to 8-6. Jared Cook got the win for Southeast, giving up two runs and one hit while striking out seven in five innings.

Kelton Blohm went 3-for-5 and scored three runs for the Seminoles. Elijah Savage had two hits and scored three times.

INSPIRATION ACADEMY 7, OCEAN CITY (N.J.) 6 -- Cesar Bernal's two-run single in the bottom of the seventh sent the Lions to victory at Walter Fuller Park in St. Petersburg.

Bernal went 2-for-4 and scored twice for Inspiration Academy (19-6). Joey Ambrosino had three hits, and Garett Schultz had two. Payton Jenkins got the win, striking out 12 and allowing five earned runs in a complete game.

-- Herald staff reports

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