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  • A win for the ageless: Woodka's team wins 50-over national title

    A win for the ageless: Woodka's team wins 50-over national title One of the most fulfilling weeks of Jerry Woodka's adulthood transpired something like this: Spend quality time with your mom in the mornings, turn back time at night. Eighty-year-old Judy Buchanan was among the spectators at Coral Springs Gymnasium watching her son, Tarpon Springs' veteran boys basketball coach, lead his ...
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    Tue. May 12, 2015 at 11:46 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Package deals at Tarpon Springs

    Package deals at Tarpon Springs Among Tarpon Springs' six football signees Wednesday were two package deals of sorts. Defensive lineman Collin Walser and offensive lineman Connor Donovan, who used to play with each other on the Tarpon Springs Junior Spongers as grammar schoolers, signed with Stetson. Running back Michael Ford and athlete Daniel Davis, who ...
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    Wed. Feb. 04, 2015 at 2:10 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Florida Tech commit Joey Caruso makes the "fashionable" pick

    Florida Tech commit Joey Caruso makes the "fashionable" pick What Hudson High lacked in signing day quantity, it atoned for with flair. Cobra three-way star Joey Caruso, the school's lone signee Wednesday (Florida Tech), arrived for his ceremony bedecked in a checkered button-down shirt, bow tie, tan shorts, maroon canvas sneakers, white athletic socks bearing his new school's logo, ...
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    Wed. Feb. 04, 2015 at 9:28 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Remembering Coach John Franklin "Johnny" Clements

    Remembering Coach John Franklin "Johnny" Clements ZEPHYRHILLS — For most of my boyhood, one of those old-fashioned silver water towers — the kind you'd see on a Norman Rockwell easel — presided over my hometown.  Cache reflected off its metal exterior like the sunlight. After all, it was the water tower in the "City of Pure Water." Like ...
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    Sat. Nov. 08, 2014 at 10:44 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Ex-Robinson QB Zain Gilmore Jr. arrested

    Former Robinson High quarterback Zain Gilmore Jr., the offensive catalyst behind the Knights’ 2012 state playoff run, was arrested in Kentucky on first-degree charges of burglary and robbery. Gilmore, who redshirted as a freshman last season at Eastern Kentucky University, was arrested by campus police and booked into the Madison ...
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    Wed. April 02, 2014 at 2:57 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • No position carousel for Nature Coast's Rohan Blackwood at USF

    No position carousel for Nature Coast's Rohan Blackwood at USF More than a half-dozen of Rohan Blackwood’s relatives attended his noon signing ceremony Wednesday, which roughly equates to one family member for each position he played at Nature Coast. According to Sharks coach Charles Liggett, Blackwood (6-foot-5, 225 pounds) began his prep career as a quarterback, and ultimately lined up ...
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    Wed. Feb. 05, 2014 at 6:45 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Jesuit's Vincent Jackson stays local, signs with USF

    Jesuit OLB Vincent Jackson announced this morning he intends to sign with USF, further fortifying a Bulls signing class expected to rank as the American Athletic Conference's best. Among a handful of prominent USF recruits still uncommitted when Wednesday dawned, Jackson (6-foot-2, 235 pounds) made his announcement while in Texas ...
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    Wed. Feb. 05, 2014 at 8:55 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Legendary Jesuit coach Bill Minahan dead at 84

    Legendary Jesuit coach Bill Minahan dead at 84 TAMPA — He earned his moniker honestly. "Wild" Bill Minahan's bark was passionate, piercing, even occasionally profane. Depending on the recipient, it could irritate, intimidate or initiate. But mostly, it inspired. Just ask any Jesuit High alumnus who would give his letterman's jacket this morning to hear just one more "Wild Bill" ...
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    Mon. Dec. 30, 2013 at 11:47 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Former Chiefs basketball coach Aplin moved by naming ceremony

    Former Chiefs basketball coach Aplin moved by naming ceremony As dusk segued into darkness Friday at Chamberlain High, the legacy of Doug Aplin was illuminated like never before. A 1972 CHS graduate who won 512 games in 31 seasons as Chiefs boys basketball coach, Aplin returned to his alma mater for a ceremony in which the school's gymasium was ...
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    Fri. Nov. 22, 2013 at 9:05 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Brandon High basketball player collapses, dies

    TAMPA — A Brandon High senior basketball player died Saturday afternoon after collapsing Friday following conditioning drills. Milo Meeks, who had transferred from Armwood this year, died at Brandon Regional Hospital, where coaches, players and administrators from his current and former schools had gathered. Jeff Pafunda, Meeks' coach at Armwood ...
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    Sat. Sept. 21, 2013 at 8:58 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Another arrest for Casey Sanders

    Another arrest for Casey Sanders For the second time in less than two years, Tampa Prep basketball standout Casey Sanders has been arrested for driving under the influence in Tampa. According to a Hillsborough County Sheriff's online arrest report, Sanders, 33, was arrested Saturday at 3:34 a.m. at 3400 MacDill Ave. S. on misdemeanor charges ...
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    Sat. Sept. 14, 2013 at 10:31 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • One game helps erase East Bay TB Chris Greene's injury-riddled past

    One game helps erase East Bay TB Chris Greene's injury-riddled past GIBSONTON — East Bay’s sturdiest kid, physically and scholastically, possesses more tools than Lowe’s. Assorted nuts and bolts stabilize Chris Greene’s surgically-mended lower left leg. For a time, a screw was inserted in the same ankle. His red hard hat is emblazoned with a headdress-like design of silver feathers. But ...
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    Wed. Sept. 11, 2013 at 3:49 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Cross country: Robinson's Rogers find groove in nick of time

    TAMPA — His next scheduled performance was less than two hours away, and Jack Rogers had no soundtrack. For this lanky Robinson junior, listening to the blues-based hard-rock anthems of AC/DC had become as much of a prerace ritual as lacing his shoes. But he found his iPod on the ...
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    Tue. Sept. 10, 2013 at 9:58 p.m. | Joey Knight

  • Weekend college roundup: How Hillsborough fared

    Weekend college roundup: How Hillsborough fared Aaron Murray's dissection Saturday of South Carolina's defense eclipsed just about every other noteworthy Bulldogs effort, including Ramik Wilson's. The former Jefferson standout -- now a Dawgs junior -- had nine tackles (one that contributed to a loss) and a pass breakup in Georgia's 41-30 romp of USC. In two ...
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    Mon. Sept. 09, 2013 at 11:03 a.m. | Joey Knight

  • Plant girls prevail at Newsome Invitational

    The 1-2 finish of Plant seniors Bailey Sullivan and Anna Montgomery helped propel the Panthers to a team title in the girls elite race at Saturday morning's Newsome Invitational in Lithia. The event, which attracted roughly three-dozen teams, featured boys and girls races in "Elite" and "Varsity" categories. Sullivan (19:38.30) ...
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    Sat. Sept. 07, 2013 at 6:36 p.m. | Joey Knight

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