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  • Hurricane Watch: Sisters pack 1-2 punch as PHU wins tournament

    PALM HARBOR — Friday's Hurricane Watch final between Palm Harbor University and Countryside turned into a family reunion of sorts for sisters Zoe and Paige Lombard. The back of the Cougars' net served as the host. Zoe registered a hat trick and Paige added another score and an assist to ...
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    Fri. Dec. 18, 2009 at 8:23 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Soccer notebook: Coaching change for Indian Rocks Christian boys

    Ben Futoran has taken over as the boys soccer coach at Indian Rocks Christian after former coach Rich Hayward decided to step down before the Golden Eagles' match against Tampa Prep on Dec. 8. Hayward, who was beginning his seventh season, said he had been looking to hand the program's ...
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    Wed. Dec. 16, 2009 at 9:30 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Pinellas County soccer leaders

    Girls Records through Tuesday 1. Palm Harbor University (9-0-1): Hurricanes’ invincibility took a hit after 1-1 tie with Seminole.2. Seminole (10-1-2): Warhawks have gone 11 games without a loss but will be challenged tonight by St. Petersburg Catholic.3. Countryside (9-1): Cougars won their last three games by a combined score ...
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    Wed. Dec. 16, 2009 at 5:51 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Pinellas soccer leaders

    Girls (records through Tuesday)1. Palm Harbor University (7-0): Might the Hurricanes be even better than last season’s state title winning squad?2. Seminole (7-1-1): Warhawks are the county’s most prolific offense with 40 goals.3. Countryside (6-1): Only blemish on the Cougars’ record is a 2-1 loss at Seminole.4. East Lake (5-2-1): ...
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    Wed. Dec. 09, 2009 at 9:44 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • PHU defense overshadowing Brewer's skills in goal

    Palm Harbor University girls soccer coach John Planamenta says Hurricanes goalkeeper Nikki Brewer is one of the best stoppers in the area. Brewer's problem? She doesn't get enough opportunities to showcase her skills. In seven games for the Hurricanes, all victories, Brewer has had to make just 14 saves. Scoring ...
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    Wed. Dec. 09, 2009 at 7:16 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Countryside girls, boys take down St. Petersburg in soccer

    ST. PETERSBURG — Countryside girls soccer coach Rob Saltz called his team's district opener at St. Petersburg "the biggest game of the season." And after building a 3-0 lead Tuesday and holding on through a valiant St. Petersburg rally late, the Cougars can celebrate their greatest win to date, a ...
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    Tue. Dec. 08, 2009 at 10:04 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Countryside soccer rallies to hold off East Lake

    EAST LAKE — Countryside entered the 2009-10 season with promise, especially after the Cougars knocked off defending Class 5A state champion Palm Harbor University in the preseason. Eager to prove that win wasn't a fluke, Countryside looked to its matchup with East Lake on Thursday to show how much it ...
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    Thu. Nov. 05, 2009 at 9:05 p.m. | Bryan Burns

  • Pinellas girls soccer preview: A Palm Harbor University senior's final run at glory

    Last season, Palm Harbor University forward Catherine Brinkman scored 34 goals to lead the Hurricanes to the Class 5A state championship, the school's fourth. With Brinkman back, along with all but three starters, the Hurricanes again figure into the title picture, albeit in 6A after moving up a classification. We ...
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    Sun. Nov. 01, 2009 at 4:37 p.m. | Bryan Burns

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