Keswick Chr. d. Canterbury 25-9, 25-12, 25-17
Rest for the Mustangs, not the coach
TAMPA — Try as he might to forget last year's matchup with Plant, Sickles High linebacker Jake Hampton won't let the memory fade. He walks around with a photo of the 54-6 final score as the background of his cell phone.
TRINITY — In what has become a breakthrough sophomore season, only one thing has been able to slow down Mitchell High running back Mychael Hamilton.
That would be catfish.
Academy of the Holy Names d. CC Catholic 25-14, 21-25, 25-14, 25-13
Countryside 162, Clearwater 191
Bloomingdale 162, Lennard 222
Boca Ciega 104, Gibbs 56
Countryside 146, Clearwater 35
Hudson 88, Fivay …
Palm Harbor d. Calvary Chr. 13-25, 25-16, 25-12, 31-29
Sickles 158, Alonso 162
King 203, Robinson 207
Northside Chr. 168, Admiral Farragut 174
Sickles 199, Alonso 240
King 203, Robinson 207
TALLAHASSEE — State law should be changed to make it easier for high schools to crack down on the recruiting of student-athletes, the executive director for the Florida High School Athletic Association told a Senate committee on Wednesday.
From the beginning of the high school golf season, Seminole has had its sights set on the Class 3A state tournament. With a team full of experienced, talented players, that is certainly a realistic goal.
CLEARWATER — Six years ago, Adarius Lemons watched his cousin play for Countryside High School in a playoff game against powerhouse Plant.
Here are Tampa Bay's football leaders after six weeks:
TAMPA — The preseason prognosticators must still be scratching their heads.
BROOKSVILLE — One year after dominating as a freshman at Nature Coast Tech, Trevor Foley jumped over to the most storied cross country program in the area at Hernando High.
LAND O'LAKES — Mitchell wrapped up the top seed for the Class 6A, District 8 volleyball tournament by beating host Sunlake in five sets for the second time this season. But the Mustangs did it without one of their top players on Tuesday.
Or should we say, Tew-sday.
When Wharton volleyball coach Eric Barber started the Wharton Harvest Tournament five years ago, he did so originally because he felt the area was in need of a late-season tournament.
Mitchell could be without senior middle hitter Kayla Widera for at least two weeks after she sprained her ankle in a match against East Lake on Oct. 1. Widera left the East Lake game with the Mustangs leading 2-0 and up 9-4 in the third game. Mitchell (18-2) eventually lost that game in five sets.
Clearwater could be without its two biggest playmakers this week.
Shorecrest d. Admiral Farragut 25-17, 25-6, 25-12
NEW PORT RICHEY — With two of the featured backs on the North Suncoast playing, everybody knew who was getting the ball. But for River Ridge (5-0, 3-0) the defense made the biggest statement, causing two turnovers and never allowing momentum to swing over in a Class 5A, District 8 game.
WESLEY CHAPEL — Only one hole remained to break a tie between Sunlake's Kelly Harris and Mitchell's Syanne Dove in Monday's Sunshine Athletic Conference girls golf tournament at Quail Hollow.
Asher Thompson, Keswick Christian