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  • MLB draft notebook: Cambridge P Eicholtz no secret anymore

    MLB draft notebook: Cambridge P Eicholtz no secret anymore One way or another, the stage will soon become a lot bigger and the spotlight will get a little brighter for Nick Eicholtz. After dominating small-school competition this spring, the Cambridge Christian right-hander projects as one of the bay area’s top MLB draft prospects this week. Eicholtz will then choose ...
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    Tue. June 04, 2013 at 7:04 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Four area players in running for Mr. Baseball

    Durant right-hander Tyler Danish was announced today as one of four bay area standouts in the running for the 2013 Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Baseball Award. Danish, King right-hander Brett Morales, Hernando shortstop Christian Arroyo and Cambridge Christian centerfielder Levi Gilcrease are all finalists for the top honor. Each player ...
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    Tue. June 04, 2013 at 6:45 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Girls basketball: Sickles' O'Brien signs with Montreat College

    Sickles senior guard Cassidy O’Brien has signed with Montreat College in North Carolina, according to her father. O’Brien, who was a second-team all-Hillsborough selection by the Times, will start at the private Christian liberal arts school in the fall. Montreat competes in the Appalachian Athletic Conference of the National Association ...
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    Tue. June 04, 2013 at 12:17 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • MLB draft notebook: Wharton's Neuhaus makes case for early-round pickup

    MLB draft notebook: Wharton's Neuhaus makes case for early-round pickup Over the past few days, Tucker Neuhaus has performed for scouts in big-league ballparks like Target Field in Minneapolis, Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City and, of course, Tropicana Field. None of the venues have made Neuhaus, the son of a longtime college baseball coach, particularly awed or nervous. He suspects ...
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    Mon. June 03, 2013 at 5:21 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • 'Old spark is back' as Plant alum Klepal cleared to work out with FSU

    'Old spark is back' as Plant alum Klepal cleared to work out with FSU Former Plant High School star offensive lineman Richy Klepal, who retired from football in September after suffering a near-fatal concussion, has been cleared to start non-contact summer workouts with Florida State. “Cleared to practice everything but hitting,” Klepal said via Twitter Friday. “Its good to be back #NoleNation bout to ...
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    Fri. May 31, 2013 at 8:10 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Coaching carousel rotates on in Jefferson girls hoops program

    The Jefferson girls basketball team will have its fourth head coach in five years. Dragons athletic director Bernard Cannon has confirmed to the Times that second-year head coach Natanya Miller is no longer with the program. There was no explanation given for the change. Miller went 27-21 in two seasons ...
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    Thu. May 30, 2013 at 9:02 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Marshall, UMass first to offer TBT RB Deon Thompson

    Only a week after his breakout spring game performance, Tampa Bay Tech rising senior Deon Thompson has landed his first two scholarship offers. Marshall and Massachusetts made offers to Thompson on Thursday, according to Titans coach Jayson Roberts. It was only a matter of time for the 5-foot-9, 176-pound Thompson, ...
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    Thu. May 30, 2013 at 3:34 p.m. | Joel Anderson

    • Recruit: Deon Thompson
      Marshall University, University of Massachusetts
  • All-Western Conference baseball teams

    The Western Conference baseball teams, as selected by Hillsborough County coaches: American Division First team C – Jesse Haney, Sr., Steinbrenner P – Jose Pupo, Sr., Leto P – Alex Faedo, Jr., Alonso 1B – Chase Turner, Sr., Steinbrenner INF – Pete Alonso, Sr., Plant INF – Kevin Merrell, Jr., ...
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    Wed. May 29, 2013 at 5:36 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Plant alum Ely to leave Bama for Toledo

    Plant alum Ely to leave Bama for Toledo Alabama and former Plant quarterback Phillip Ely has decided to transfer to Toledo, according to Plant coach Robert Weiner and a message on Ely’s Twitter account. “Ready to make a change in my life for the better,” Ely said. “I thank everyone who has supported me through this process. Go ...
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    Wed. May 29, 2013 at 11:10 a.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Tennis: Times' all-Hillsborough County teams

    Tennis: Times' all-Hillsborough County teams Boys Player of the Year: Kiril Kirkov, Sr., King Why we picked him: The centerpiece of the Lions’ tennis renaissance, Kirkov was undefeated all season until losing a three-set match in the first round of the Class 3A team singles competition. The senior has manned King’s top position for three ...
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    Tue. May 28, 2013 at 11:05 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • HomeTeam Hot Shots: Final winner of the school year

    HomeTeam Hot Shots: Final winner of the school year HomeTeam Hot Shots    A spotlight on the Times’ bay area player of the week. Male Hot Shot: Paxton Sims, Jr., Durant Sport: Baseball Skinny: The outfielder turned in a nearly-flawless performance at the plate in the state tournament, disproving dismissive comments that the Cougars were a “one-man team” led ...
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    Mon. May 27, 2013 at 3:15 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • Spring football: Jamboree at Freedom

    At Freedom Scores: Tampa Bay Tech 26, Wharton 0 King 12, Freedom 6 Spring game-breakers: Tampa Bay Tech’s all-Deon backfield is going to be a handful — a couple handfuls, actually — in the fall. Thompson, the rising senior running back, started off the game with a 66-yard touchdown run ...
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    Thu. May 23, 2013 at 11:39 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • State baseball: Underdog definitely gets its day vs. Jesuit

    State baseball: Underdog definitely gets its day vs. Jesuit FORT MYERS — The breakthrough seemed only a run away, especially after Daniel Portales delivered the tying single in the bottom of the fourth. Then Jesuit failed to score with the bases loaded. It happened again with runners at first and third base in the bottom of the fifth. In ...
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    Wed. May 22, 2013 at 11:53 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • State baseball: Sting goes a little deeper this time for King

    State baseball: Sting goes a little deeper this time for King photo gallery FORT MYERS — Every one of Jim Macaluso’s 38 years at King has ended without a state championship. Most, in fact, ended in the district tournament and more than a dozen came to a close in regionals. Only three times in Macaluso’s storied career have the Lions come ...
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    Wed. May 22, 2013 at 7:01 p.m. | Joel Anderson

  • State baseball: King's Morales always possessed a special delivery

    State baseball: King's Morales always possessed a special delivery TAMPA — That powerful right arm has almost always dazzled coaches and scouts, from those toddler T-ball leagues to high school all-star showcases. To most everyone else, it seemed a certainty Brett Morales would someday use that arm to become a starting quarterback for a high school football team or ...
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    Tue. May 21, 2013 at 8:37 p.m. | Joel Anderson

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