TAMPA — Saturday's Class 2A, District 8 championship for Jesuit marked the fourth in a row for the program.
BROOKSVILLE — Pasco wrestlers held up three fingers following Saturday's Class A, District 6 tournament, signifying the Pirates three-peat of district titles.
ST. PETERSBURG — It was only the bottom of the first inning, but Northeast coach Rob Stanifer knew how important a second run would be in Friday night's Class 7A, District 9 game against Countryside. That was why he called for a bases loaded squeeze play with one out.
WESLEY CHAPEL — Branden McLeod scattered six hits and struck out eight in pitching host Wesley Chapel to a 2-1 win over Class 5A, District 7 rival Pasco on Friday.
LAKELAND — Throughout the season, Tarpon Springs' up-tempo offense was run with such efficiency that defenders might as well have been folding chairs for all the opposition they presented.
LAKELAND — Gibbs played a challenging schedule this season that yielded few easy nights. Losses piled up early, and that was fine. The plan all along was to get ready for postseason games such as the one the Gladiators played Friday at the Lakeland Center.
LAKELAND — When Jefferson began its first state semifinal game in 41 years Friday against Miami Norland, it focused on Vikings forward Dewan Huell. After all, the junior's 6-foot-10 frame made it hard for him not to be the center of attention.
Tampa Catholic football coach Mike Gregory has resigned from his job after two seasons with the Crusaders, the school announced Friday.
TARPON SPRINGS — Today, basketball aficionados will get their first extended view of Tarpon Springs forward Scottie James when his team takes on Tallahassee Rickards in the Class 5A state semifinals at the Lakeland Center.
LAKELAND — St. Petersburg was trying to take the feel-good vibes from its first three playoff games and extrapolate them to unprecedented levels in Thursday's Class 8A state semifinal against Oviedo Hagerty.
TAMPA — Jefferson High was down by six points with 30 seconds left to play against Lehigh in the Class 6A region final. Thinking the game was all but over, people began streaming toward the exits as Lehigh fans jeered the Dragons' demise.
TAMPA — After 43 years as baseball coach at Jefferson High, Emeterio "Pop" Cuesta retired at the conclusion of the Dragons' 2014 season. Tonight, though, the longtime coach will be back on Jefferson's diamond when his uniform No. 1 will be retired in a special ceremony before a game against King.
SPRING HILL — Last season, a formerly successful Springstead High coach was ousted amid turmoil within the baseball program. With a new face leading the team, the Eagles look rejuvenated.
Gibbs and Tarpon Springs were supposed to meet last month in the Pinellas County Athletic Conference high school boys basketball championship game.
LAKELAND — Academy at the Lakes' magical and surprising run through the playoffs ended Tuesday afternoon.
Berkeley Prep defensive tackle Bo Peek committed to Stanford, the three-star recruit announced via Twitter on Tuesday.
In the pandemonium following the biggest win in school history, Academy at the Lakes boys basketball coach Tom Haslam went looking for his son Ethan, who also happens to be his best player.
TARPON SPRINGS — The clock was exhausted and Jerry Woodka awaited the inevitable, standing with his hands at his knees along the Tarpon Springs bench.
TAMPA — Hillsborough's boys team claimed its fourth straight Charles Johnson Invitational title on Saturday, led by Virginia Tech football signee Dwyane Lawson.
TAMPA — They had produced the unthinkable for the previous 20 seconds, but with four seconds left, everyone on Jefferson was thinking the same thing.
Get the ball to Maurice Moore.