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Wed. January 9, 2013 | Joey Knight | Email

Boys basketball
Berkeley Prep 79, Sarasota Booker 41.
At Sarasota, the Buccaneers got a career-high 16 points from freshman Jacob Mathis and 14 from junior Craig Bowman in their Class 4A, District 9 opener.

Tampa Prep 71, Dunedin 29. At Tampa Prep, 11 Terrapins scored — led by 6-foot-8 senior Adonis Rwabigwi — as Tampa Prep improved to 15-0.

Freedom 50, Armwood 47. At Freedom, seniors Stephen Odunna and Brandon Patchan combined for 25 points to lift the Patriots (12-1), who managed only one 3-pointer.

Girls basketball
Bloomingdale 63, Spoto 32.
At Bloomingdale, sophomores Jacqueline Mayo and Nuri Troy combined for 30 points to lead the Bulls (7-8). Ivanie Carswell had 24 for the Spartans.

Boys soccer
Tampa Prep 6, Wesley Chapel 0.
At Tampa Prep, senior midfielder Shaddy Douidar had a hat trick to lead the Terrapins (14-1-1).

Berkeley Prep 7, Sarasota Out-of-Door 1. At Berkeley Prep, Daniel Felman had a first-half hat trick and Tyler Sacone added a pair of goals in the Buccaneers’ romp.

Girls soccer
Steinbrenner 3, Wharton 0.
At Steinbrenner, senior captain Alexis Bredeau scored in her final regular-season home game. Sophomore Jessica Taylor and junior Megan Haraschak also scored for the Warriors (11-4).

HomeTeam Hot Shots
Shaddy Douidar, Tampa Prep.
The senior scored exactly half of the Terrapins’ goals in their rout of Wesley Chapel.

Daniel Felman, Berkeley Prep. The junior midfielder had a first-half hat trick in the Buccaneers’ 7-1 romp of Sarasota Out-of-Door Academy.

Faith Woodard, Freedom. The Georgetown-bound senior scored a game-high 22 in the Patriot girls’ 64-33 rout of Armwood.

By the numbers
3 Assists recorded by Tyler Sacone in the Berkeley Prep boys soccer team’s rout of Out-of-Door
12 Consecutive road games played by Tampa Catholic’s boys basketball team. The Crusaders, 7-5 during that stretch, return home for the first time since Dec. 3 when they host Lakeland McKeel tonight.
415 Seconds — in terms of game time — that elapsed before Riverview’s girls basketball team scored its first points against Steinbrenner

“We just don’t lose here. That’s a point of pride for us.”
Steinbrenner girls basketball coach JR Allen, whose team improved to 18-1 at home over the past two seasons with its victory against Riverview


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