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High school scoreboard for Sept. 7

Volleyball

Tampa Catholic d. Brooks DeBartolo 25-19, 25-13, 25-15

Boys golf

St. Petersburg 166, Osceola 188, Dunedin 292

Academy at the Lakes 167, Brooks DeBartolo 210

Boys swimming

Sunlake 94, Wesley Chapel 51

Boca Ciega 120, Dixie Hollins 13

Shorecrest 137, SP Catholic 24

Out-of-Door 133, SP Catholic 24

Shorecrest 90, Out-of-Door 86

Steinbrenner 161, Wharton 103, Carrollwood Day 23

Girls swimming

Sunlake 93, Wesley Chapel 51

Boca Ciega 103, Dixie Hollins 47

Shorecrest 170, SP Catholic 35

Out-of-Door 117, SP Catholic 50

Shorecrest 146, Out-of-Door 59

Steinbrenner 145, Carrollwood Day 83, Wharton 74

Today's schedule

Volleyball

Keswick Invitational

East Bay at Plant City, 6

Dunedin at Bayshore, 6

Northeast at Dixie Hollins, 6:15

Tampa Bay Chr. at Farragut, 6:30

Tampa Catholic at Calvary Chr., 6:30

Clearwater at Osceola, 6:30

River Ridge at Pasco, 7

Springstead at Land O'Lakes, 7

Riverview at Sarasota Riverview, 7

Tampa Bay HEAT at Sarasota Chr. 7

Strawberry Crest at Lennard, 7:30

Hudson at Ridgewood, 7:30

Bloomingdale at Tampa Bay Tech, 7:30

Gaither at Sickles, 7:30

Mitchell at Sunlake, 7:30

Brandon at Hillsborough, 7:30

Spoto at Robinson, 7:30

Newsome at Alonso, 7:30

Middleton at Jefferson, 7:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Steinbrenner, 7:30

Anclote at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Chamberlain at King, 7:30

Armwood at Blake, 7:30

Hernando at Lecanto, 7:30

To report scores

Coaches are asked to call 1-800-333-7505, ext. 8123 no later than 11 p.m. each night.

High school scoreboard for Sept. 7 09/07/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, September 7, 2016 10:34pm]
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