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Looking to make a statement against new district foe and stake lone claim to the top seed, Sebring toppled Lemon Bay Friday night by an 88-72 score.
Coach Chris Martello and his Mosley Dolphins without star Nat Dixon, who was on a football recruiting trip to Western Kentucky, holding it down without him.
As much as it seems like the same old story - the Bulldogs playing heavily favored Miami Booker T. Washington for the Class 4A state championship Saturday night in the Orlando Citrus Bowl - it is far from the same old story.
Chris Watson shot a double-double with 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead South Fork past John Carroll 72-48 on Saturday at South Fork High School .
The Cardinal Mooney and Braden River boys basketball teams are missing what could be called their franchise players from last season.
Lakewood hadn't made a 3-point shot all night Friday so getting one down by three with seven seconds remaining seemed like a tall order.
MAE GAMMINO/SPECIAL TO TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Centennial's Nick Succes knocks the ball from the hands of Sebastian River's Sheldon Thomas during a high school boys basketball game Friday at Sebastian River High school.
American Heritage's Isaiah McKenzie runs in for a touchdown in the second half of the Class 5A state semifinal against Lake Wales.
East Lake High School's Artavis Scott is tackled by William T. Dwyer High School linebacker Jerrad Ward .
Arlington Country Day and Providence meet Saturday night at the University of North Florida at 7 p.m. in a showcase of two of the best teams in the country.
So far this season St. Petersburg has used a simple formula to frustrate opponents.
It was also the Eagles' fist meeting against East Bay since they lost to the Indians in last year's Class 7A district championship.
Students and supporters of the Booker T. Washington Tornadoes are out in force at the school Friday morning as the top-ranked football team prepares to leave for the state championships in Orlando.
Freshmen LaDazhia Williams and Aleah Robinson led a balanced scoring attack for the visiting Lakewood Ranch girls basketball team, which blew out rival Braden River 71-34.
The opportunity has arrived. When head coach John Hicks and the Niceville Eagles opened fall practice in early August, they did so with the hopes of playing into December and competing for a Class 7A state championship.