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  • Football: Countryside 26, Seminole 18

    CLEARWATER — Countryside earned a decisive 26-18 victory against the Seminole Warhawks, placing them as finalists for the district 7A-9 title when they try to win their first championship since 2011 against Pinellas Park next week. Key drive: Although Seminole was the first to score, Countryside had a quick and ...
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    Sat. Oct. 25, 2014 at 1:15 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: Wharton 18, Alonso 7

    TAMPA — A night dedicated to celebrating homecoming by featuring the Class of 2004 and shiny convertibles on parade carrying the 2014 royal court at Alonso was overshadowed by an 18-7 home loss against District 8A-6 foe Wharton. Key drive: After a first half of missed field goals and opportunities ...
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    Sat. Oct. 18, 2014 at 1:01 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: Countryside 24, Clearwater 14

    CLEARWATER — Countryside, trailing 14-3, scored 21 unanswered points in the second half for a district victory that kept the Cougars undefeated. Play of the game: Countryside adjusted to Clearwater’s blitzes. In the second half, Trent Chemelik threw a screen to Givanni Gonzalez and the receiver weaved for a 79-yard ...
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    Fri. Oct. 03, 2014 at 12:11 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: King 15, Blake 12

    TAMPA — The Lions are on a three-game winning streak, made possible by a second half shutout against Blake after being down six points in the first half during a rainy homecoming game. Key drive: Delvin Austin had a 75-yard interception that helped set up a 5-yard quarterback scramble by ...
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    Sat. Sept. 27, 2014 at 12:57 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: King 33, Chamberlain 7

    TAMPA — First-year King coach Trey Thomas followed up his first victory in his new position with the team’s first district win. Key drive: King introduced a intricate, disciplined running attack that began with the defense forcing a turnover. After recovering Chamberlain’s fumble, the Lions ran a reverse play that ...
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    Sat. Sept. 20, 2014 at 12:46 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: Sickles 27, Newsome 14

    TAMPA — Despite not having head coach Brian Turner on the field due to a two-game suspension, Sickles won its home game under the direction of 49-year coach Billy Turner, Brian’s father. Key drive: Sickles running back Ray Ray McCloud III proved why he is HomeTeam’s No. 1 rated player ...
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    Sat. Sept. 13, 2014 at 1:03 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: Chamberlain 26, Leto 0

    TAMPA — Chamberlain took advantage of a Leto team searching for its first win since 2010 to start 1-0 in district play. Drive of the game: Chamberlain switched its offensive formation with less than five minutes left in the first half after breaking into Leto territory with short passes and ...
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    Sat. Sept. 06, 2014 at 1:01 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: East Lake 40, PHU 10

    PALM HARBOR — East Lake was able to contain Palm Harbor University despite being shown two distinct offensive schemes, and it coordinated a balanced attack. Drive of the game: The Eagles’ most efficient drive came on their first opportunity to score. Senior running back Drew Couto began with a 16-yard ...
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    Sat. Aug. 30, 2014 at 12:58 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Preseason football: Chamberlain 14, East Bay 11

    TAMPA — Second-year coach  Richard “Cam” Jones had hoped for a “super aggressive” up-tempo offense. And Chamberlain showcased just how quick and combative its attack is. Without many huddles, and with several key defensive stops, the Chiefs were able to outlast the defending district 7A-8 champion Indians. Drive of the ...
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    Sat. Aug. 23, 2014 at 1:02 a.m. | Christian Lemus

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