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Sat. September 15, 2012 | Times Staff

Week 2 voting: HomeTeam Hot Shots of the Week

Each week, our HomeTeam staffers will  nominate one male and one female Hot Shot athlete from each of the counties we cover, then we turn the voting over to our readers. These nominations span Saturday, Sept. 8 through Friday, Sept. 14. The winners get a free T-shirt and bragging rights over every other school in the area. Read up on what made our nominees stand out, then vote — until noon Monday — below.

Female nominees
Logan McGee, Hudson volleyball:
The senior outside hitter recorded 20 kills and 30 digs in the Cobras’ five-set win over Zephyrhills to help secure Hudson’s first win of the season.

Kellyanne Hurst, Plant City golf: The junior shot 1-under 35 (low medalist) at Heritage Harbor in a loss to Steinbrenner on Monday and 39 (low medalist) in seven-stroke win vs. Durant the following day at River Hills.Female nominees

Ashlyn MacGregor, Tarpon Springs volleyball: The senior had 26 kills in a five-game win over Mitchell for Tarpon Springs. It was a key district win and moved the Spongers to 8-1.

Male nominees
Jake Schoonover, Fivay golf:
The senior fired 5-under 31 in Wednesday’s tri-match against Hudson and Zephyrhills to lead the Falcons to a 13-stroke victory. His 39 earlier in the week helped Fivay beat Wesley Chapel by four strokes.

Tyler Kaminski, Palm Harbor University football: The first-year starter under center had 168 yards passing, 62 yards rushing and accounted for four touchdowns in a 34-0 victory over Seminole on Friday. The junior ran for two scores and threw for two to lead the ’Canes to a 3-0 start.

Ish Witter, Alonso football: The junior running back had 33 carries for 196 yards in 21-7 win over King on Friday despite being sick all week (and feeling sick during game).

Give us a shout next week at hometeam@tampabay.com if you have a Hot Shot we should consider.

Voting is now closed

Pictured: Springstead's Joe Predoehl sports his spiffy new HomeTeam tee.

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