200 medley relay: Countryside (Grace, Margalis, L. Hall, E. Hall) 1:51.03, East Lake (Spencer, Torres, Katz, Peterson) 1:57.00, Northeast (Piper, Jones, Quinn, Flanagan) 1:57.78; 200 free: Katz (EL) 1:54.44, M. Rossi (Clw) 1:58.27, Myers (PHU) 1:58.56; 200 IM: L. Piper (Ne) 2:09.32, J. Piper (Sc) 2:13.95, Quinn (SP) 2:15.72; 50 free: Frehling (Sem) 24.25, E. Hall (C) 25.71, Bloxam (PHU) 26.25. Diving: Stein (Sc) 225.10, Dawson (Sem) 221.45, George (Osc) 220.25; 100 fly: Frehling (Sem) 58.22, Torres (EL) 1:00.42, Newfield (SP) 1:00.95; 100 free: Frehling (Sem) 52.88, Isaacson (Lar) 55.22, C. Grace (C) 57.16; 500 free: M. Rossi (Clw) 5:05.28, King (PHU) 5:12.37, Boucher (Osc) 5:18.73; 200 free relay: East Lake (Torres, Spencer, Peterson, Katz) 1:44.02, St. Petersburg (Newfield, Markese, Rorer, Quinn) 1:46.70, Seminole (Roper, McKendree, Bolin, Frehling) 1:47.07; 100 backstroke: L. Piper (Ne) 59.48, Katz (EL) 1:00.22, Newfield (SP) 1:01.81; 100 breaststroke: Margalis (Cs) 1:07.02, Jones (Ne) 1:11.27, Roper (Sem) 1:15.48; 400 free relay: PHU (Bloxam, O'Neal, Myers, King) 3:52.66, Shorecrest (Piper, Tripp, Alexander, Andrews) 3:55.04, Clearwater (Alexiou, K. Rossi, A. Rossi, M. Rossi) 3:57.49
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Largo's McTier transfers to Clearwater
Clearwater added another girls basketball player with Largo's JaVon McTier coming over via transfer.
Tornadoes coach Tom Shaneyfelt said McTier lives in Clearwater's zone.
"I don't know a lot of the particulars of why she left to come here," Shaneyfelt said.
McTier is the third player to join the Tornadoes from another school this offseason. In June, Mitchell twins Latrel and Lashe Kirkland transferred because their father, former Dunedin football standout Tyrone Mouzon, was hired as a teacher and assistant football coach at Clearwater.
The addition of those three offsets the loss of two key players, Veronica Ryan and Brielle Newton. Ryan transferred to Ocala West Port and Newton moved to Ohio.
"It's been a revolving door lately," Shaneyfelt said.
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Dish on Northeast alum Brinson
After sitting out last season, former Northeast standout RB Jeff Brinson rocketed up the depth chart at Iowa and was expected to challenge for the Hawkeyes' starting spot. However, through two games he has exactly one rush for 7 yards. What happened? In this week's Big Ten mailblog, ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg explains: "Brinson has had a little trouble staying healthy, both in spring ball and in preseason camp. An ankle injury kept him out for much of the preseason, and he fell behind the other backs in practice time and conditioning. Brinson had a 7-yard run last week and has logged time on special teams, but freshmen Brandon Wegher and Adam Robinson seem to be in the lead at running back. Still, I'd expect Brinson to see more action soon." Iowa (2-0) hosts Arizona (2-0) on Saturday.
Compiled by staff writers Bob Putnam and Keith Niebuhr.