Make us your home page
Instagram

Get the quickest, smartest news, analysis and photos from the Bucs game emailed to you shortly after the final whistle.

(View our Privacy Policy)

Spring football: Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7; Newsome 21, Brandon 7

at Valrico

Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7

Newsome 21, Brandon 7

Spring game-breakers: Bloomingdale's Isaiah McIntyre was 11-of-21 for 127 yards, including the tying 14-yard score to Logan Krouse with 1:43 left. … Newsome's Cole Schaller directed three scoring drives to start the game. He scored on a 1-yard run and was 2-of-5 for 111 yards. Donovan Geter had both catches, including a 79-yard touchdown. . . . Chris Bryant scored on a 15-yard run, and Nate Simmons led the Wolves with 63 yards on 12 carries. … Brandon's Isaiah Alexander (8-for-14, 75 yards) threw an 11-yard touchdown to Jordan Mendez.

Did you know? After allowing 75 yards on 12 plays on Tampa Catholic's scoring drive (capped by Devan Barrett's 2-yard run by) to start the game, Bloomingdale allowed minus-1 yard on 18 plays. … Brandon was slowed by five snaps that sailed over the quarterback.

Audible 1: "Any time you can hold Tampa Catholic to seven points in a half and move the ball offensively like we did, I was happy. All in all, a great way to cap off a really good spring for us." — Bloomingdale coach John Booth

Audible 2: "I liked how we came out and played disciplined with (the starters) and were reading our keys and reacting to what we've been working on for 18 days." — Newsome coach Ken Hiscock

Don Jensen, Times correspondent

Spring football: Bloomingdale 7, Tampa Catholic 7; Newsome 21, Brandon 7 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:31pm]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. Alex Faedo, Florida advance to face LSU in College World Series finals

    College

    OMAHA, Neb. — Alex Faedo pitched three-hit ball for 71/3 innings in a second straight strong performance against TCU, and Florida moved to the College World Series finals with a 3-0 win Saturday night.

    Florida’s Austin Langworthy scores on a single by Mike Rivera in the second inning during a 3-0 victory over TCU.
  2. Jones: Bucs need success to get national respect

    Bucs

    Tampa Bay Times columnist Tom Jones offers up his Two Cents on the world of sports.

    No respect

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter walks the field during the second day of mandatory minicamp at One Buccaneer Place in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times
  3. Rays journal: Jumbo Diaz falters after getting within a strike of ending rally

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — Saturday's game got away starting with a leadoff walk in the seventh inning by Rays LHP Jose Alvarado, who was brought in exclusively to face Baltimore's lefty-swinging Seth Smith.

    Rays reliever Jumbo Diaz wipes his face as he walks off the mound after the Orioles score four during the seventh inning to give them a 7-3 lead. Diaz was one strike away from working out of the jam before he allowed a two-run double and a two-run homer on back-to-back pitches.
  4. Rookie Jake Faria dissatisfied with performance in Rays' loss to Orioles

    The Heater

    ST. PETERSBURG — The rookie pitcher walked to his locker Saturday after tossing the fourth quality start in as many tries to begin his career. He held the potent Orioles bats to three runs and for six innings gave his team a chance to win.

    Orioles third baseman Manny Machado tags out the Rays’ Mallex Smith at third after a rundown in the first inning.
  5. Roger Mooney's takeaways from Saturday's Rays-Orioles game

    The Heater

    It was refreshing to see RHP Jacob Faria take the blame after the loss even though he gave the Rays a chance to win. Too often young pitchers are encouraged by what they did and not necessarily the outcome, but Faria, making just his fourth big-league start, came to the Trop to win, didn't, and pointed the finger …