American Heritage lost their home opener, but this game was more about paying tribute to teammate, Daniel Perez, who passed away in an ATV accident last summer.
The much anticipated match up of two of Broward’s best teams produced little drama Friday evening, as defending state champion Flanagan defeated Western 17-2.
University improved their record to 3-1 as starting pitcher Mike White threw six strong innings and helped offensively with a two-run double, en route to a 5-1 district win.
West Broward, led by sophomore Luigi Perez, won their second district game of the week Friday, defeating Everglades 5-2.
After Gibbons plated three runs in the seventh inning, the game was called due to darkness and the score reverted to the previous inning, giving us the season’s first tie.
Tyler Henning pitched McArthur to a 3-1 district win over Piper Thursday, avenging a tough loss to the Bengals last season.
Douglas’ Matt Davis threw a no-hitter against Coconut Creek and Cypress Bay Head Coach Mike White won his 200th game, highlighting action in Broward Thursday.
Sheridan Hills starter Chris Meyer combined with his older brother Ronnie to throw a five inning no-hitter in the Sharks 11-0 victory over Posnack on Thursday.
McArthur’s Dylan Segula highlighted a day of blowouts in Broward County by throwing a no-hitter in a 21-0 rout of Hollywood Hills.
The Nova Titans took care of business in their first district game of 2011, beating Northeast 13-0 in five innings. The Titans used twenty-four players in the game.
Michael Pierson, Pine Crest’s pitcher, and the barrage of hits by the entire team, were the stories of this game against district opponent Pompano Beach. Pine Crest won 11-1.
Western faces district rival Flanagan Friday evening, and on Tuesday, the Wildcats sent the Falcons a message with a 10-0 pasting of Everglades.
West Broward joined Western and Flanagan at the top of the District 12-6A standings with a 4-2 win at home over Cypress Bay on Tuesday afternoon.
South Broward has moved to 2-0 in the district and 3-0 overall after their win against Plantation Tuesday night. All three of their victories have come on the road.
North Broward Prep first baseman Mike Vigliarolo lead the Eagles to a win over University on Saturday, driving in four runs en route to a 9-2 Eagles victory.
A shutout performance by Casey Garcia and Chris Medina, along with a home run by Kevin Abraham, lead the way for Somerset as they beat Westminster 7-0.
Flanagan received a dominant pitching performance from Mike Melendez and played fundamentally sound baseball throughout to defeat Calvary Christian 4-0 Friday night.
McCarthy’s quartet of pitchers hold North Broward Prep’s hitters to only two hits, both by Christian Correa in this extra-inning contest.
Pembroke Pines Charter scored a major early season victory in District 15-4A, beating Cardinal Gibbons 2-1 on the road.
University used a five run sixth inning to stun Coral Springs in the championship game of the Colts First Pitch Classic Thursday night. The Suns won the title game 5-4.
The Douglas Eagles used strong pitching and timely hitting to carry them to a 10-0 win over Deerfield Beach on Thursday.