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Their disappointment was obvious even as they walked off the field in the pouring rain...Hillel's boys' soccer team became the first in any sport in its school's history to reach a state final. But a hard-fought 1-0 loss to perennial state champion
The Saint Stephen's boys' soccer team knew it couldn't afford to make many mistakes against perennial power Tampa Prep. Unfortunately the Falcons made just a tad too many and saw their season end in a 2-1 Class 1A-Region 2 semifinal loss to the
In a last-gasp effort to keep Weston Sagemont's bid for a repeat state title alive, Lions 6-5 swingman Egor Koulechov elevated along the right baseline and threw down a tomahawk dunk that reverberated throughout The Lakeland Center. Class 3A boys'
First Academy 48, Tampa Prep 32 The Royals are just eight minutes from advancing to their first state final. Andre Kratt and Dillon Graham combined for nine points to help the Royals pad their lead. Defensively First Academy kept Tampa Prep from any
The rivalry between the Terrapins and Falcons has shaped the Class 2A state tournament for some time now. Tampa Prep has ousted Saint Stephen's five times since the 2004-05 season en route to four state championships, including last year. This time,
If Messieh and the Falcons can play any better than they did during their 7-0 win over Spring Hill Bishop McLaughlin in a Class 2A-Region 3 quarterfinal, the rest of the tournament should prove very interesting. After a sluggish start, Saint Stephen'
Lely 0-2 Key statistics/players: Lely Dante Kester, Nick Ronquette, L.J. Simmons (2), LE - Kester (4), Ronquette (3), Lane, McDonald; Team fouls: LH - 12, LE - 17; Fouled out: none; Technicals: none; Junior varsity: Lely won 54-44 Coach's comment:
State tournament pairings at Lakeland Center Class 1A Wednesday, Nov. 17 Oak Hall (Gainesville) vs. Lake Worth Christian (Boynton Beach), noon; Warner Christian (South Daytona) vs...Westminster Academy (Fort Lauderdale), 10 a.m.; First Academy (
For a team that wasn't expected to be a state title contender this season, the Evangelical Christian School volleyball team served notice that it does once again belong in the discussion of the best in Class 2A. The Sentinels, who use four freshmen
Altman's sister, senior Sabrina, won the 100-breaststroke as the Stingrays finished seventh in the boys division and 17th in the girls in the 32-school showcase that also featured participation from Community School and Golden Gate. The area's other