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  • Boys basketball: Mathis’ stamina inspires Berkeley Prep

    TAMPA — After watching a 10-point second half lead melt away, Berkeley Prep needed a dose of inspiration if it was to snap a week-long funk and beat archnemesis Tampa Prep at the Headmaster’s Challenge. Jacob Mathis provided it. The Berkeley Prep junior, who is the team’s leading scorer, finished ...
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    Sun. Jan. 11, 2015 at 12:12 a.m. | Bob Putnam

  • Boys soccer: Berkeley Prep 3, St. Petersburg Catholic 2

    ST. PETERSBURG — The top spot in Class 2A, District 9 was on the line Wednesday night as the Berkeley Prep boys soccer team looked to overtake host St. Petersburg Catholic in the standings.  And the Buccaneers did just that, scoring two goals less than two minutes apart in the ...
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    Wed. Jan. 07, 2015 at 10:00 p.m. | Jacob Lynn

  • Boys basketball: Tampa Catholic 66, Berkeley Prep 62

    TAMPA — Tampa Catholic has relied on its top scorers, underclassmen Thomas Dziagwa and Kevin Knox, all season. Tuesday night was no different as the pair combined for 45 points in the Crusaders’ 66-62 victory over Class 4A, District 10 rival Berkeley Prep. It was the first district loss for ...
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    Tue. Jan. 06, 2015 at 11:41 p.m. | Jacob Lynn

  • Basketball notebook: Hillsborough private schools impressive over break

    Basketball notebook: Hillsborough private schools impressive over break The field for Academy of the Holy Names’ annual girls holiday tournament had long been set, but as the event approached, coach Chris Severini realized just how tough the road ahead of his Jaguars would be.  Six of the eight teams were in the Tampa Bay Times’ HomeTeam 25, and ...
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    Mon. Jan. 05, 2015 at 9:48 p.m. | Rodney Page, Kelly Parsons and Bob Putnam

  • Berkeley Invitational: Lakewood able to adjust

    TAMPA — An NBA shot clock would have not have looked out of place for Lakewood and Brooks DeBartolo. But when play slowed at the dramatic end of regulation and overtime, Lakewood’s Anthony Lawrence proved to be a little more suited to the change of pace. Lawrence forced overtime with ...
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    Sat. Jan. 03, 2015 at 9:08 p.m. | Darek Sharp

  • Boys basketball: Wharton delivers first loss to Berkeley Prep

    TAMPA — After an unsightly first half of offense Friday, things could only improve for Berkeley Prep and Wharton. For the visiting Wildcats, the second half exceeded expectations. Wharton avenged its only loss of the year, giving the Bucs their first defeat in the process, winning 59-42 to finish off ...
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    Fri. Jan. 02, 2015 at 11:04 p.m. | Darek Sharp

  • Boys basketball: Berkeley Prep nips Wharton for Northeast tourney title

    ST. PETERSBURG — A little extra energy provided a nice reward for Berkeley Prep. Locked up against Wharton  in a battle of fundamentally sound, matchup zone defenses in the Northeast Christmas Tournament final on Tuesday, a huge steal by Antonio Johnson became a conventional three-point play that made the difference ...
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    Tue. Dec. 23, 2014 at 10:57 p.m. | Chuck Frye

  • Boys basketball: Berkeley Prep, Wharton reach Northeast final

    ST. PETERSBURG — Fans of offensive prowess will have plenty to feast on in tonight’s Northeast Christmas Invitational final. Combining bursts of offensive brilliance with some impressive shutdown defense in the fourth quarter, Berkeley Prep eased away for a 70-58 victory over Lakewood, while Wharton simply ran over St. Petersburg ...
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    Mon. Dec. 22, 2014 at 10:47 p.m. | Chuck Frye

  • Boys soccer: Jesuit tops hosts to win Berkeley Prep Invitational

    TAMPA — Maybe Berkeley Prep coach Tim Cooper summed it up best during the awards ceremony of the Berkeley Prep Invitational. “That was a championship-worthy goal,” he said. “In a championship match.” The goal Cooper spoke of was the one that sealed the Buccaneers’ defeat as Jacob Starnes connected on ...
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    Mon. Dec. 22, 2014 at 8:05 p.m. | Brandon Wright

  • Tentative district assignments offer interesting new matchups for Tampa Bay teams

    Tentative district assignments offer interesting new matchups for Tampa Bay teams The Florida High School Athletic Association released its tentative district assignments for football Monday, and things are (possibly) changing quite a bit for 2015-18. In addition to assignments now being set for four years instead of two, here are some of the biggest shake-ups for Tampa Bay teams:  Tougher road ...
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    Mon. Dec. 15, 2014 at 5:25 p.m. | Rodney Page, Kelly Parsons and Bob Putnam

  • Boys soccer: Sunlake 1, Berkeley Prep 0

    LAND O’LAKES — Defending state semifinalists Berkeley Prep and Sunlake entered Tuesday’s boys soccer matchup undefeated, and it looked like they would both stay that way. But with five minutes left, Sunlake’s Allan Lewis came up with the special effort needed to solve the scoreless deadlock. The senior forward’s off-balance ...
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    Tue. Dec. 02, 2014 at 10:32 p.m. | Darek Sharp

  • HomeTeam boys hoops 25: Gibbs debuts at the top

    HomeTeam boys hoops 25: Gibbs debuts at the top 1. Gibbs (2-0): No bay area team displays as much defensive tenacity as the Gladiators. They allowed a combined 59 points in wins against Northeast and Pinellas Park last week. Despite losing guard Daniel Davis, who transferred to Tarpon Springs, Gibbs still has depth. Barry Brown, a Kansas State commit, ...
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    Mon. Nov. 24, 2014 at 3:08 p.m. | Bob Putnam

  • State swimming: AATL’s Duncan lone area champ

    STUART — Academy at the Lakes sophomore Abbey Duncan was the lone Tampa Bay swimmer to medal at Saturday’s Class A meet at Sailfish Splashpark and Aquatic Center. Duncan, a state champion a year ago as a freshman at Wesley Chapel, won the 100 back in 54.06 seconds and placed ...
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    Sat. Nov. 15, 2014 at 11:23 p.m. | Patrick Bernadeau

  • Football: Orlando First Academy 42, Berkeley Prep 35

    ORLANDO — In Friday night’s Class 3A region semifinal showdown between Berkeley Prep and Orlando First Academy, neither team was a stranger to the postseason, and it showed. The Buccaneers jumped to what seemed like a commanding advantage but were stunned by a second-half Royals rally to lose 42-35 in ...
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    Sat. Nov. 15, 2014 at 12:27 a.m. | Derek J. LaRiviere

  • Playoff football primer: If you like underdogs or unsung players …

    Playoff football primer: If you like underdogs or unsung players … Twenty-seven Tampa Bay football teams kick off the first round of the postseason Friday night. We’ll be running a playoff primer series all week, breaking down the matchups into categories that even casual football fans should find appealing. Today’s installment: If you like underdogs or unsung players, go see these ...
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    Wed. Nov. 12, 2014 at 9:28 p.m. | Rodney Page, Kelly Parsons and Bob Putnam

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