Zack Mayes, Berkeley Prep Wherever Zack Mayes roamed on the field Friday, he ended up being in the right place at the right time. The Berkeley Prep linebacker recorded three interceptions, including the game clincher, against Sarasota Cardinal Mooney."That was definitely the best game I've ever had," Mayes said.The path from pass to pick(s) started on the practice field three years ago. As a freshman, Zack intercepted his older brother, Brad. "If it was anybody else, he would have been really mad," Zack said of his sibling quarterback. "I definitely let him know about it though."Still, it was hard for Zack to escape the shadow of his older brother. Brad was a three-time all-state selection with the Buccaneers and is now playing for Lehigh.Zack, a senior, entered the season with just one career interception. He was intent on adding more so he could produce quality film to send to college coaches. Zack studied his opponents' tendencies, the quarterbacks' habits.It paid off with a career night, one that helped Berkeley Prep to its first win of the season."It a huge night for myself and my team," Zack said. "Hopefully that will generate some interest from schools and give us the spark we need for the rest of the season."I don't care where I go to college. I would be fine going to the same school as my brother or going somewhere else and tackling him. I would just love to play in college." Cameron Fitzpatrick, Clearwater Central Catholic Cameron Fitzpatrick could not wait to get back on the volleyball court for her junior year. In the first match of last season, she tore the labrum in her right shoulder. As a powerful outside hitter, that is about the worst injury possible. Fitzpatrick could only watch as the Marauders limped their way to an 11-16 season, just one year removed from a Class 3A state championship. "It was absolutely awful," Fitzpatrick said. "I was watching my team but I knew I couldn't do anything to help them. I wanted to get out there and do something, but I couldn't."She was able to return for the summer club season and has gotten off to a good start for the Marauders. CCC is 8-0 and won the Karl Flammer tournament. Fitzpatrick was named the tournament's most valuable player with 59 kills in five games. She has 75 kills in eight matches so far.The Marauders are loaded with depth and should be in contention in a very tough Class 5A, District 9 that includes Berkeley Prep, Tampa Catholic and Academy of the Holy Names. And with Fitzpatrick back, their chances are even better. "My team has really helped motivate me since I've been back on the court," Fitzpatrick said. "And I wouldn't be anywhere near where I am now without my setter, Ashten Fulk." Have a top performance to share? Send nominations for Hot Shot of the Week to email@example.com or @TBHomeTeam.