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  • Quintet part of Sickles football's turnaround

    Quintet part of Sickles football's turnaround Sickles had the finest class of football signees in its history, a group of five players — Louis Mercado, Chett Levay, Devin Santana, Zach Hudson and Josh Black — that coach Brian Turner said rivaled any group that came out Chamberlain while he was an assistant coach there. The group ...
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    Wed. Feb. 05, 2014 at 9:07 p.m. | John C. Cotey

  • FAU picks up Devin Santana, another Bear headed to Campbellsville

    Sickles DE Devin Santana has orally committed to Florida Atlantic, Santana announced Sunday via Twitter. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound senior was one of Tampa Bay’s top pass rushers this fall. He racked up 101 tackles – 19 for a loss – and 14.5 sacks for the Gryphons. Santana also forced five ...
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    Sun. Feb. 02, 2014 at 1:19 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Sickles OL Zach Hudson flips from Mizzou to USF football

    A few hours after USF officially lost one local commit, it gained another. Sickles OL Zach Hudson announced Monday night that he has switched his oral commitment from Missouri to USF. His decision came a few hours after Jefferson ATH Deiondre Porter flipped from USF to Florida. “This recruiting process ...
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    Mon. Jan. 20, 2014 at 8:03 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Class 7A all-state football teams

    The Florida all-state football teams, as chosen by newspaper editors and reporters. Local players in bold: Class 7A First team Offense QB _ Jerrell Antoine, 6-1 170, Sr.; Orlando Oak Ridge RB _ Ray Ray McCloud, 5-10 175, Jr.; Sickles RB _ Alonzo Smith, 5-11 185, Sr.; Palm Beach Gardens ...
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    Mon. Jan. 06, 2014 at 11:26 a.m. | Times Staff

  • Tampa Bay Times’ all-Suncoast football teams

    Defensive player of the year: DB Devin Abraham, Sr., East Lake Devin Abraham saw the ball coming at him, ever so larger, until  in a blink he was cradling it — and East Lake’s season — in his arms. One second later, it was gone. Abraham dropped the interception and would-be ...
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    Wed. Dec. 25, 2013 at 3:45 p.m. | Times Staff

  • Tampa Bay Times’ all-Hillsborough County football teams

    Offensive Player of the Year: QB Deiondre Porter, Sr., Jefferson Why we picked him: You need not look any further than his stat line. Porter threw for 3,199 yards and 33 touchdowns while adding 1,499 yards and 20 touchdowns on the ground. His 4,698 total yards were the most by ...
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    Sat. Dec. 21, 2013 at 2:18 p.m. | Matt Baker and Kelly Parsons

  • Porter tops state in yards, TDs; McCloud second in rushing

    Porter tops state in yards, TDs; McCloud second in rushing Jefferson's Deiondre Porter led the entire state in total yards and touchowns this year, and Sickles' Ray Ray McCloud III finished among the top rushers according to stats compiled by Petey Thomson as he puts together the all-state football team. Middleton wide receiver Shug Rhynes and Carrollwood Day's Michael Smith ...
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    Thu. Dec. 12, 2013 at 4:16 p.m. | John C. Cotey

  • Football: Kissimmee Osceola 19, Sickles 14

    KISSIMMEE — Sickles quarterback Isaac Holder was nearly unstoppable in the first half of the Class 7A region final against Kissimmee Osceola on Friday night. Holder threw for two touchdowns on 8-of-11 passing and staked the Gryphons to a 14-7 lead. But with an ineffective Ray Ray McCloud III at ...
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    Sat. Nov. 30, 2013 at 12:26 a.m. | Joe Williams

  • Region final notebook: Armwood vs. Springstead, back to the beginning?

    Region final notebook: Armwood vs. Springstead, back to the beginning? On the field, Sean Callahan has won 40 playoff games at Armwood, and this week is a reminder where it all started. In 1996, the Hawks won the first playoff game in school history with a 24-7 victory over Springstead. The quarterback for Armwood that game, Joey Gerena, is currently ...
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    Wed. Nov. 27, 2013 at 5:17 p.m. | John C. Cotey

  • Sunday Morning QB, Round 2 playoff edition

    Sunday Morning QB, Round 2 playoff edition Five things we learned Friday night 1. Noah Johnson has arrived: The question all season in Seffner has been: how far can first-year starting quarterback Noah Johnson take the Hawks? Pretty far, it turns out. Johnson had arguably the finest night of anyone in Tampa Bay on Friday in a ...
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    Sat. Nov. 23, 2013 at 10:01 p.m. | Times Staff

  • Football: Sickles 27, East Bay 0

    Football: Sickles 27, East Bay 0 TAMPA — The gravity of the situation was not lost on Ray Ray McCloud III. Prior to the biggest game in school history, former players gathered around the current crop and gave a speech. They spoke of building the program, the importance of the night’s game. One message particularly resonated. ...
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    Sat. Nov. 23, 2013 at 12:55 a.m. | Brandon Wright

  • Sunday Morning QB, playoff edition

    Sunday Morning QB, playoff edition Five things we learned Friday night 1. First round’s pretty predictable. Friday pitted the runners-up from one district against champions from another. The runners-up who did win — Pinellas Park, Jefferson, St. Petersburg Catholic and Tarpon Springs — were mostly expected to, and the champions rolled. If anything surprised us, ...
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    Sat. Nov. 16, 2013 at 7:46 p.m. | Times Staff

  • Football: Sickles 17, Plant City 10

    TAMPA — After Sickles star Ray Ray McCloud III failed to convert a fourth-and-short rush late in the third quarter, Gryphons coach Brian Turner tried to correct his junior running back’s mistake. He didn’t need to say much. “He’s a competitor, so I knew after that he was going to ...
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    Fri. Nov. 15, 2013 at 11:40 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Hillsborough: Sunday Morning QB

    Times’ super 7 1. Armwood (10-0, 8-0): The most points the Hawks allowed in a single game this regular season was nine — to a loaded Jefferson team. That bodes well for a deep playoff run. 2. Plant (8-1-1): The Panthers will return Friday after taking a week off to ...
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    Sat. Nov. 09, 2013 at 11:06 p.m. | Matt Baker and Kelly Parsons

  • Football: Sickles 34, Alonso 30

    TAMPA — Just when it appeared the foot of Alonso’s Jack Bryzenski would be the difference, Sickles quarterback Issac Holder used his legs for a come-from-behind victory in the regular-season finale for both teams. The inaugural Citrus Rivalry Bowl was a three-hour thriller as playoff-bound Sickles (9-1) and Alonso (5-5) ...
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    Fri. Nov. 08, 2013 at 11:28 p.m. | Don Jensen

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