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  • Wharton's Devontres Dukes commits to UCF

    Wharton's Devontres Dukes commits to UCF Wharton receiver Devontres Dukes announced he had committed to UCF this weekend. Dukes, rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, had five offers, including NC State and Toledo. He picked the Knights in large part because of the school’s proximity.  “The majority of my family lives in the Orlando area ...
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    Mon. June 29, 2015 at 6:36 p.m. | Bob Putnam

  • Spring football: Jamboree at Hillsborough

    At Hillsborough Scores Wharton 20, King 3 Hillsborough 14, Freedom 7 Spring game-breakers: Wharton’s Miles Williams was the bell cow, toting the ball 20 times in a half of work for 122 yards and a pair of scores. The rising senior had touchdown runs of 5 and 2 yards, and ...
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    Thu. May 21, 2015 at 11:04 p.m. | Brandon Wright

  • HomeTeam Huddle: Armwood offense in spotlight for a change

    HomeTeam Huddle: Armwood offense in spotlight for a change SEFFNER — Armwood, ever the defensive juggernaut, had a banner year on that side of the ball last season, posting a school-record nine shutouts and giving up an average of 2.3 points per game through the regular season.   This year, though, the Hawks are taking on a new identity. ...
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    Mon. May 18, 2015 at 5:59 p.m. | Kelly Parsons

  • Wharton's Auden Tate ready to build 'dynasty' at FSU

    Wharton's Auden Tate ready to build 'dynasty' at FSU TAMPA — Coaching changes at Florida and Michigan forced Wharton High receiver Auden Tate to rethink his commitment. But after some uncertainty, Tate stuck with his first instinct and signed with Florida State on Wednesday. “It was crazy …but I had fun with it,” Tate said after his signing day ...
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    Wed. Feb. 04, 2015 at 3:48 p.m. | Matt Baker

  • Football: Bloomingdale 27, Wharton 14

    TAMPA — Isaiah McIntyre wasn’t concerned with the playoffs just yet. He just wanted to beat Wharton. And after throwing for 260 yards and a touchdown, that’s exactly what happened, as the Bulls (8-1) topped Wharton and snagged second spot in Class 8A, District 6. The win secured the Bulls’ ...
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    Sat. Nov. 01, 2014 at 12:57 a.m. | Rod Gipson

  • Football: Plant 32, Wharton 0

    TAMPA — Friday’s game featured another slow start and another blowout win for Plant. More importantly, it secured another district championship. Led by 98 second-half rushing yards and two touchdowns from Patrick Brooks, Plant blew out Wharton 32-0. The victory secured it the 8A-6 district championship, the school’s 10th straight ...
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    Sat. Oct. 25, 2014 at 1:07 a.m. | Ryan Butler

  • Football: Wharton 18, Alonso 7

    TAMPA — A night dedicated to celebrating homecoming by featuring the Class of 2004 and shiny convertibles on parade carrying the 2014 royal court at Alonso was overshadowed by an 18-7 home loss against District 8A-6 foe Wharton. Key drive: After a first half of missed field goals and opportunities ...
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    Sat. Oct. 18, 2014 at 1:01 a.m. | Christian Lemus

  • Football: Wharton 16, Steinbrenner 14

    TAMPA — Steinbrenner played smooth and effective football against Wharton most of the night before self-destructing on offense in the last quarter. Key Drives: Fighting yard for yard, the Warriors put points on the board first against the Homecoming Wildcats as quarterback Quentin Poteralski took the ball from the 5-yard ...
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    Sat. Oct. 11, 2014 at 12:35 a.m. | Evan Abramson

  • Football: Newsome 35, Wharton 7

    LITHIA — Wharton’s plans of repeating last year’s 21-20 victory over Newsome literally got washed away. What was originally suppose to be a home game for the Wildcats ended up being a road game as their home field was unplayable due to the recent rain. This gave Newsome (3-3) the ...
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    Thu. Oct. 02, 2014 at 10:22 p.m. | Tim Porson

  • Football: East Bay 14, Wharton 7

    TAMPA — In a defensive battle throughout, East Bay came out on top thanks to a 68-yard touchdown run by James Hambrick in the waning moments. After the teams traded scores in the first quarter, sloppy play defined the game, including botched snaps, fumbled exchanges and a missed field goal. ...
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    Sat. Sept. 27, 2014 at 12:49 a.m. | Nathan Powell

  • Football: Wharton 7, Riverview 6

    Scoring conditions were not optimal, but the Wharton Wildcats made just enough key plays for a Class 8A, District 6 victory Friday. The decisive play turned out to be an extra point in the second quarter. Riverview (0-3) had taken a 6-0 lead but missed its PAT. Then Ozziah Williams ...
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    Sat. Sept. 20, 2014 at 12:29 a.m. | Darek Sharp

  • Football: Wharton 19, Freedom 17

    TAMPA — Freedom had the second-half lead and, seemingly, all of the momentum. But Wharton had something else: resolve. In the end, the Wildcats had just enough of it to hold off its neighborhood rival. The win dropped Freedom to 2-1 and helped Wharton (1-2) avoid a 0-3 start. Key ...
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    Sat. Sept. 13, 2014 at 12:41 a.m. | Rod Gipson

  • Football: Plant City 20, Wharton 7

    TAMPA — Plant City scored 20 second-half points, including quarterback Austin Carswell’s 2-yard run with 40 seconds left that sealed the victory. Key drive: Markese Hargrove scored his second touchdown, an 8-yard run with 7:43 left, to cap a 32-yard drive and give Plant City the lead for good. Play ...
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    Sat. Sept. 06, 2014 at 12:41 a.m. | Don Jensen

  • Football: Spoto 35, Wharton 2

    RIVERVIEW — Spoto started the game the way coach Dale Caparaso sought. The Spartans scored three touchdowns during the first quarter and played stout defense throughout, allowing the Wildcats to score only on a safety off of a blocked punt. Spoto’s secondary was key, recording two interceptions and allowing only ...
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    Sat. Aug. 30, 2014 at 1:54 a.m. | Nathan Powell

  • Football: A baker’s dozen destined for greatness

    Football: A baker’s dozen destined for greatness Everyone knows how good Sickles’ Ray Ray McCloud III, East Lake’s George Campbell and Armwood’s Byron Cowart are. These are the lesser known guys we expect to take their turns in the spotlight this season. You can thank us in December.   WR/DB Tyree Austin, Sr., Pasco: While not the ...
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    Thu. Aug. 28, 2014 at 3:33 p.m. | Times Staff

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