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Angel Deng, East Lake tennis
Alexis Franco and Laurel Wanger, Largo tennis
Alexis Kilfoyl, Academy at the Lakes softball
Paige Leavy, Tampa Prep tennis
Desiree' Nathe, Bishop McLaughlin track
Erica Oosterhout, Plant tennis
Evan Holvoet, Canterbury tennis
Devonte Luis, Anclote track
Kevin Merrell, Steinbrenner track
Agie Moreno, Wiregrass Ranch tennis
Samson Moore, Gaither track
Dan Stefan, Boca Ciega tennis
 

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Sat. September 22, 2012 | Times Staff

Poll is up: HomeTeam Hot Shots of the Week

Each week, our HomeTeam staffers will nominate one male and one female Hot Shot athlete from each of the counties we cover, then we turn the voting over to our readers. These nominations span Saturday, Sept. 15 through Friday, Sept. 21. The winners get a free T-shirt and bragging rights over every other school in the area. Read up on what made our nominees stand out, then vote — until noon Monday — at tampabay.com/hometeam.

Female nominees
Casey Moore, Clearwater Central Catholic volleyball:
The senior setter had 95 assists in five matches to help the Marauders win the OVA High School Showcase in Orlando last weekend.

Ally Parimore, Seffner Christian volleyball: In two matches (win vs. Bishop McLaughlin, loss to Holy Names), the sophomore totaled 35 kills and 20 digs. In the loss to AHN, Seffner rallied from two games down before dropping the final game 15-13.

Teddi Wright, Wiregrass Ranch volleyball: The junior co-captain and setter recorded 18 kills, 20 aces, five blocks, 37 digs and 100 assists — including 31 in a five-set win over Fivay — to help the Bulls finish second at Wharton’s tournament and earn wins over Hudson and the Falcons.

Male nominees
Richard Benjamin, Tampa Bay Tech football:
The senior had a game to remember in Friday night’s 22-12 win over Chamberlain, rushing for 263 yards and three touchdowns — of 17, 20 and 19 yards.

Paul McKenna, Countryside cross country: The senior won the Cougar Invitational for the first time in 16 minutes, 30 seconds, the fastest time among Pinellas County boys this season and 23 seconds faster than the previous best.

Noah Siegrist, Hudson football: The junior running back rushed for 186 yards on 24 carries and added 40 receiving yards. He also scored a two-point conversion to help complete an 18-point fourth quarter comeback and snap Hudson’s 24-game winless streak with a 27-24 victory over Ridgewood.

Voting is now closed

Give us a shout next week at hometeam@tampabay.com if you have a Hot Shot we should consider.

 

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