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  • Football: East Bay 34, Gaither 14

    Football: East Bay 34, Gaither 14 GIBSONTON — It took 40 years, but East Bay got it right after winning its second district title in school history. The Indians followed up their first district crown since 1973 with their first playoff win, 34-14 over Gaither on Friday. East Bay now is 1-6 in the postseason. “You ...
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    Sat. Nov. 16, 2013 at 1:11 a.m. | Steve Lee

  • Eleven weeks of grind give way to grins for East Bay

    Eleven weeks of grind give way to grins for East Bay When East Bay coach Frank LaRosa surveyed his team on the ride home from last week’s tiebreaker wins over Plant City and Strawberry Crest, he saw a satisfied group of completely drained faces. “It’d be like going on a mission and then coming back, knowing you accomplished your task and ...
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    Mon. Nov. 11, 2013 at 7:20 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Football: Triumph via tiebreaker never sweeter for East Bay

    Football: Triumph via tiebreaker never sweeter for East Bay PLANT CITY — All season, East Bay High School had found ways to eke out gritty victories, with second-half safeties or botched punts or fourth-quarter touchdown drives. Monday night in the biggest two quarters of the Indians’ season, East Bay did it again. The Indians scored two last-minute touchdowns — ...
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    Mon. Nov. 04, 2013 at 10:49 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Football: East Bay 10, Durant 7

    GIBSONTON — East Bay scored 10 unanswered points in the second half, all in rather unusual fashion, as the Indians won to force Monday’s three-way tiebreaker in Class 7A, District 8. With East Bay trailing by one with 4:41 left, Durant lined up for a punt but snapped the ball ...
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    Fri. Nov. 01, 2013 at 11:28 p.m. | Brandon Wright

  • Hillsborough: Sunday Morning QB

    Hillsborough: Sunday Morning QB Times’ super 7  1. Armwood (8-0, 7-0): Hawks coach Sean Callahan said top recruit Byron Cowart is finally coming into his own after recording a sack, fumble recovery and forced fumble against King. Look out, Chamberlain. 2. Plant (7-1, 4-0): The Panthers clinched their ninth straight district title, and looked ...
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    Sat. Oct. 26, 2013 at 4:53 p.m. | Matt Baker and Kelly Parsons

  • Football: East Bay 22, Brandon 21

    GIBSONTON — East Bay may have gotten an unexpected home game Friday — after the game was moved from Brandon — but it hardly had home-field advantage, hanging on to beat the Eagles 22-21. Special teams and defense kept the Indians in the game, as they went on a 15-0 ...
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    Fri. Oct. 25, 2013 at 11:20 p.m. | J.J. Garrett

  • Football: Strawberry Crest 35, East Bay 14 (with video)

    Football: Strawberry Crest 35, East Bay 14 (with video) DOVER — Strawberry Crest just capped off one of its biggest victories in program history — a 35-14 triumph over East Bay where the Chargers dominated defensively, played their best second half of the season and nearly sewed up their first playoff appearance. And still, coach John Kelly wasn’t happy. ...
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    Sat. Oct. 19, 2013 at 1:38 a.m. | Matt Baker

  • Column: Winning is in the air again at East Bay

    Column: Winning is in the air again at East Bay GIBSONTON — After eight weeks of the 2013 football season, here’s something different: East Bay is relevant. Reporters are hanging around. The mood is bright. There is talk of playoffs. This is new. This is fresh. “Gotta love it,” said linebacker Christian Leto, who doesn’t even take his helmet off ...
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    Thu. Oct. 17, 2013 at 9:06 p.m. | John C. Cotey

  • Football: East Bay 13, Bloomingdale 12

    GIBSONTON — For the second time in three years, East Bay edged Bloomingdale by one point on its home turf to win back the Red Cup Trophy that has gone back and forth since Bloomingdale opened in 1987. The Indians celebrated homecoming with a 13-12 comeback win, capitalizing on a ...
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    Fri. Oct. 11, 2013 at 11:26 p.m. | Steve Lee

  • Hillsborough: Sunday Morning Quarterback

    Hillsborough: Sunday Morning Quarterback Times’ super 7  1. Armwood (5-0, 4-0): We’re guessing the Hawks spent their bye week munching on nails, playing in dirt and lifting weights.  2. Sickles (5-0, 2-0): Falling behind to winless Freedom 13-0 gave us momentary doubt, then Sickles erased that with the next 53 points. 3. Tampa Bay ...
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    Sat. Oct. 05, 2013 at 7:13 p.m. | Times Staff

  • Football: East Bay 19, Plant City 13

    Football: East Bay 19, Plant City 13 photo gallery GIBSONTON — Chris Carpentier had completed just three passes all night. East Bay’s ground game was what had gotten the Indians, who trailed early, back into a tie with Plant City. Still, with East Bay on the 4-yard line with 11 seconds to go, the Indians quarterback promised ...
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    Sat. Oct. 05, 2013 at 1:20 a.m. | Kelly Parsons

  • Football: Wharton 21, East Bay 18

    TAMPA — With the lead dwindling and East Bay seizing momentum, Sean McNamee heeded his coach’s words. “They just kept saying someone make a play,” McNamee said. “And I made a play.” Did he ever. McNamee’s blocked field goal and return for a touchdown was the difference as the Wildcats ...
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    Fri. Sept. 27, 2013 at 11:25 p.m. | Brandon Wright

  • Football: East Bay 14, Spoto 6

    GIBSONTON — East Bay jumped out to a 14-point lead and held on. Christian Leto scored from 13 yards on the Indians’ first possession of the game, capping a 10-play drive. Eric Latortue then hauled in a 33-yard second-quarter touchdown from Chris Carpentier, one of just four passes for the ...
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    Fri. Sept. 20, 2013 at 11:21 p.m. | Brandon Wright

  • Football: Alonso 35, East Bay 3 (with video)

    GIBSONTON — After his team got trampled by Jefferson and its dual-threat quarterback in Week 1, Alonso coach Brian Emanuel went to the film and pointed out 17 errors by the Ravens. “We’ve been preaching to the kids, you can’t do that and win football games,” Emanuel said. Monday night ...
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    Mon. Sept. 16, 2013 at 11:06 p.m. | Kelly Parsons

  • 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

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