Sunday, December 17, 2017
Sports

St. Anthony's Meek & Mighty Triathlon



Results

Male

Age 7: Liam Maloney, Tampa, 26:13;

Age 8: Braxton Legg, Tampa, 20:51;

Age 9: Will Stone, Largo, 20:02;

Age 10: Mason Mook, Palm Beach Gardens, 19:18;

Age 11: Reed Legg, Tampa, 29:58;

Age 12: Josue Reyes, Tampa, 27:14;

Age 13: Luis Ortiz, Orlando, 27:21;

Age 14: Ricardo Reyes, Tampa, 25:41;

Age 15: Corbin Wapshoot, Longwood, 26:51;

Age 16-19: Patrick Healy, Palmetto, 26:30;

Age 20-24: Corey Roets, Tampa, 39:03;

Age 25-29: Matthew Heath, New Port Richey, 34:35;

Age 30-34: Kevin Liljenquist, Oviedo, 33:20;

Age 45-49: Paul Sickmon, Tampa, 35:12;

Age 50-54: James Sheets, Largo, 28:27;

Age 55-59: Richard Rollins, Seminole, 50:57;

Age 60-64: Ross Johnson, St. Petersburg, 43:32;

Age 65-69: Dana Gardner, Debary, 36:50;

Age 70-74: Sam Nall, Homosassa, 31:06;

Age 75-79: Jerry Mills, Bloomfield Hills, Mi., 43:20;

Age 85 +: Ronald Milne, St. Petersburg, 55:06

FEMALE

Age 7: Abigail Hite, Bradenton, 27:33.

Age 8: Anna Cubito, St. Petersburg, 22:45.

Age 9: Sydnie Behrman, Alpharetta (Ga.), 21:10.

Age 10: Gale MacKenzie, Jupiter, 20:41.

Age 11: Lauren Benedict, Tampa, 29:00.

Age 12: Katelin Gildersleeve, Jacksonville, 29:06.

Age 13: Reagan Quitty, St. Petersburg, 27:31.

Age 14: Kaeleigh Morehouse, St. Petersburg, 29:26.

Age 15: Summer Kanstoroom, St. Petersburg, 26:56.

Ages 16-19: Elena Smith, Strafford (N.H.) 31:13.

Ages 20-24: Kendra King, Jonesboro (Ga.) 38:06.

Ages 25-29: Nicole Liljenquist, Oviedo, 34:54.

Ages 30-34: Katie Fader, St. Petersburg, 38:41.

Ages 35-39: Kristin Zuppa, St. Petersburg, 36:06.

Ages 40-44: Phyllis Weitzner, Sarasota, 35:53.

Ages 45-49: Katie Scott, Tampa, 36:34.

Ages 50-54: Jennifer Therrien, Cocoa, 40:05.

Ages 55-59: Barbara Inman, Odessa, 44:11.

Ages 60-64: Cynthia Goodwin, Naples, 49:20.

Ages 65-69: Karen Cubler, Fort Myers, 55:29.

Ages 70-74: Sandy Steer, St. Petersburg, 54:26.

Ages 75-79: Mary Thomas, St. Petersburg, 45:28.

   
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Updated: 1 hour ago
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Updated: 12 hours ago

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Published: 12/16/17
Lightning journal: No easy answers on replacing injured Ryan Callahan

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Melo cheered, then booed as Knicks spoil his return

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Published: 12/16/17
Rangers stay hot against a favorite opponent, the Bruins

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BOSTON — Mats Zuccarello scored a power-play goal 1:56 into overtime to lift the Rangers to a 3-2 victory over the Bruins on Saturday. Michael Grabner and J.T. Miller also scored for the Rangers, who won for the ninth time in 13 games (9-3-1) overall...
Published: 12/16/17

Sports in brief

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Published: 12/16/17
Mistakes doom Ducks in new coach’s debut

Mistakes doom Ducks in new coach’s debut

LAS VEGAS — Cedrick Wilson caught 10 passes for 221 yards and a touchdown, safety Kekaula Kaniho returned an interception 53 yards for a score and No. 25 Boise State beat Oregon 38-28 in the Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday. Brett Rypien threw for 362 yard...
Published: 12/16/17

Bucs’ Gerald McCoy, Lavonte David out for Monday’s game vs. Falcons

TAMPA — As if containing All-Pro Julio Jones and the Falcons offense isn’t challenging enough, the Bucs will try to do so Monday night without perhaps their top defensive players, tackle Gerald McCoy and linebacker Lavonte David.On Saturday, Bucs coa...
Published: 12/16/17

Sunday’s sports on TV/radio

TODAYCollege basketballWomen: Florida State at Texas12:30 p.m.FS1Women: Georgia Tech at Georgia1 p.m.SECStony Brook at Providence2:30 p.m.FS1North Carolina at Tennessee3 p.m.ESPNSavannah State at Baylor3 p.m.Fox SunWomen: USF at Florida International...
Published: 12/16/17