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Armwood's Eric Wilson runs the ball for a touchdown on the Hawks' first possession of the first quarter at Tampa Bay Tech. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
Armwood, ranked fourth overall in the state, is at another level among area teams.
5 hours ago• HomeTeam
The Buccaneers, with no junior varsity to fall back on, had three games remaining on their regular-season schedule.
Earlier today• HomeTeam
Not much change at the top as teams head into postseason play.
Yesterday• HomeTeam
Jeremy Frioud grapples with being strong for his players while mourning the senior captain he loved.
Oct. 11• HomeTeam

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  1. Hezekiah B. Walters, 14, collapsed while participating in football conditioning drills at Middleton High School on June 11. TONY MARRERO  |  Men of Vision
    Incoming freshman Hezekiah B. Walters collapsed during conditioning drills in June.
  2. Armwood's Eric Wilson runs the ball for a touchdown on the Hawks' first possession of the first quarter at Tampa Bay Tech. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
    Armwood, ranked fourth overall in the state, is at another level among area teams.
  3. The regular season was full of standout performances by volleyball teams across Tampa Bay, like Keswick Christian. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    With district play this week, these are the final stats for the regular season.
  4. Members of the Gulf High football team march during school's Homecoming parade held Oct. 8 in New Port Richey. Special to the Times
    The Buccaneers, with no junior varsity to fall back on, had three games remaining on their regular-season schedule.
  5. Aaron Murray played in seven games earlier this year for the Atlanta Legends of the AAF. He passed for 1,048 yards and threw three touchdown passes to seven interceptions. RICK SCUTERI  |  Associated Press
    Murray won a state title in 2008, started for four seasons at Georgia and played briefly in the NFL.
  6. Clearwater Central Catholic junior Kylie White, left and junior Aubrey Geis are gearing up for a long postseason run. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    Not much change at the top as teams head into postseason play.
  7. Anthony Roussos enjoys his breakout game of the season on offense, scoring four touchdowns for River Ridge against Wesley Chapel. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
    Sunday Morning QB: After several turbulent months, including the offseason, Tarpon Springs breaks through for first win.
  8. Newsome receiver Deandre Perez breaks off a long run after a short pass against visiting Haines City. SCOTT PURKS  |  Special to the Times
    The Wolves’ focus is slightly off against winless Haines City, but their unbeaten district mark is never in danger.
  9. High school football players around Tampa Bay were in action Friday night in Week 8 of the season. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
    Thanks to a tough schedule, the playoffs aren’t off the table yet for the Panthers.
  10. High school football players around Tampa Bay were in action Friday night in Week 8 of the season. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
    Lawrance Toafili scores four times for the Patriots, who control their playoff destiny.
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