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  1. Class 7A, District 7 football standings point north

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    The top of the Class 7A, District 7 high school football standings looks like a North of Tampa roll call. And with district play starting tonight, Gaither, Freedom, Sickles and Steinbrenner are each looking to jump ahead in the standings.

  2. Volleyball: Seminole tops East Lake in five

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    EAST LAKE — Seminole started its season by winning five of six matches. But Warhawks coach Dexter Rogers was curious to see how his team would play against a quality opponent in front of a hostile crowd.

    Shea Hamilton, center, and her CCC team will play in another strong tournament.
  3. Volleyball: Tampa Prep sweeps Berkeley Prep

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    TAMPA — Eleven of Berkeley Prep's 14 players are underclassmen. Tampa Prep returned five of six starters from a 2013 region final team. On paper, the Terrapins should have run away with Tuesday's volleyball match on their home court.

    Tampa Prep’s Taylor Berlingeri celebrates with teammates and fans after a sweep over rival Berkeley Prep.
  4. Top boys golfers set for Outback Invitational

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    Outback Invitational

    When/where: Monday, East Lake Woodlands Golf Club

    Time: 10:30 a.m. shotgun start

  5. Shorecrest not ready to call it quits on the season

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    The fate of Shorecrest's football season will be a week-to-week decision.

  6. Sunday Morning Quarterback

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    Four 200-yard rushing performances

    TP_360741_WALL_football_6 (10/12/2012  Tampa) Sickles' Ray Ray McCloud III (34) celebrates a 23-22 win over Hillsborough with his teammates. SECOND HALF ACTION: Hillsborough High School plays at Sickles on Friday. Sickles won 23-22. [DANIEL WALLACE, Times]
  7. HomeTeam Hot Shots for Sept. 7

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    Each week, our HomeTeam staffers nominate male and female Hot Shot athletes from each of the counties we cover. Then we turn the voting over to readers. These nominations span Saturday, Sept. 5-12. The winners get a T-shirt and bragging rights over every other school in the area. Read up on all of our nominees then vote …

  8. Cross Country: Robinson boys take Villareal Memorial meet

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    DADE CITY — Saturday's Steven Villareal Memorial hosted by Dade City at Withlacoochie River Park was just the kind of meet one would expect from the rolling rural hills. It took a dirt road and winding, one-lane road to finally reach the course and when the runners shot out of the gates, they vanished into the …

  9. Football: Clearwater 30, Palm Harbor University 23

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    PALM HARBOR — Clearwater won for the first time since the 2012 regular season in a wild contest that included two weather delays, numerous penalties and turnovers, and a dramatic final few minutes. The game also featured a duel between Tornadoes quarterback Garrison Bryant and Hurricanes signalcaller Brandon …

  10. Football: Land O'Lakes 29, Ridgewood 19

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    NEW PORT RICHEY — After falling behind 19-6 at the end of the first half, Land O'Lakes dominated. James Pensyl completed 21 of 32 passes for 274 yards to lead the Gators (2-1). Pensyl added a 43-yard run late to set up Larenz Scroggins' putaway TD run.

  11. Football: Berkeley Prep 22, Sarasota Booker 12

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    TAMPA — With one of its main offensive weapons sidelined with an injury, Berkeley Prep went back to the basics in a win over Sarasota Booker. The Buccaneers used a stifling run defense led by linebacker Joe Schiano and defensive tackle Bo Peek, tying the Tornadoes' hands behind their backs on offense and forcing a …

  12. Miller's 4 TDs lift Devils

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    ST. PETERSBURG — There wasn't much Darius Miller didn't do in St. Petersburg's 39-22 win over Lakewood on Friday night.

    St. Petersburg wraps up Lakewood quarterback Ryan Davis, who runs for 151 yards but throws for only 58.
  13. Football: Clearwater Central Catholic 41, Jesuit 27

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    TAMPA — Clearwater Central Catholic and Jesuit took 10 paces, whirled — and ran the football at each other.

    All night long.

  14. Football: Steinbrenner 21, Spoto 14

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    LUTZ — With three turnovers in the opening minutes for Steinbrenner alone — two of which were fumbles by Warriors running back Jayquese Dantley — it looked as if the Spoto offense would have a field day. But redemption was the only thing on Dantley's mind as he later came back from a minuscule first …

  15. Football: Tarpon Springs 35, Tampa Catholic 14

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    TAMPA — In a penalty-plagued affair, Tarpon Springs handed Tampa Catholic a 35-14 loss. The Crusaders (0-3) have lost four straight games — dating back to last season — for the first time since 2010.

  16. Football: River Ridge 42, Wiregrass Ranch 21

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    NEW PORT RICHEY — Wiregrass Ranch opened the game in shocking fashion with a kickoff return and fumble return for a score in the opening minute. Then the game was delayed for one hour and it was exactly what River Ridge needed. Lead by bruising junior running back Chris Schwarz (five rushing touchdowns) the Royal …

  17. Football: Largo 13, Gibbs 6

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Defense can make a game look really ugly. Add water and a one-hour lightning delay and things can get downright hideous.

  18. Football: Pinellas Park 10, Osceola 7

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    In a game delayed nearly an hour and a half because of bad weather, the Patriots defense came up big on two consecutive drives to win a close game at home over the Warriors.

  19. Football: Countryside 15, Palmetto 14

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    PALMETTO — Countryside blocked two punts that resulted in 12 points en route to the victory.

  20. Football: Plant 37, Gaither 10

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    TAMPA — After a lackadaisical first three quarters, Plant came alive in the fourth, breaking open a close game. With the score tied at 10 entering the fourth, Plant senior Patrick Brooks ran for the go-ahead, 38-yard touchdown. The Panthers went on to score 27 unanswered points.