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Replacing quarterback Brandon Vinkler and top wideouts Matt Elkins and Denver Eldredge will not be easy, but Timmy Dallaire is slated to be Anclote's starting QB and has already looked good at various camps. Braxton Johnson returns as the team's leading rusher and as a pass catcher from last fall. Comment?
Each of Pasco County's 14-member boys weightlifting contingent has their eyes set on the sport's main prize - a top-of-the-podium finish this weekend at the state finals at the Kissimmee Civic Center. Today's 1A field includes: Ridgewood seniors Nick France at 119 pounds, Justin Mayorga at 139 and Kody Keup at 238, Zephyrhills seniors Tyler Sweet at 129, Artonyo Lee at 183 and Kevin Lee at 238, Hudson sophomore Francisco Gener at 119, Anclote senior James Doukas at 219, Gulf senior Kaine Davis at 139 and River Ridge Ridge senior Chris Schwarz at 199. Comment?
The wheels in turning that around began moving in 2014, when Pasco County Parks and Recreation introduced a 7-on-7 spring league. With the passing game in prep football growing, the need to practice route running and passing became a necessity, and now teams throughout Pasco have taken advantage. Comment?
Mitchell's Kyle Rapaport scored a game-high 21 points and helped lead the Pasco All-Stars to an 81-78 victory at Pasco-Hernando State College. “Like coach Puhalski said, he's never lost this game, so we wanted to make sure he won,” Hudson guard Peyton Sestok said. Comment?
Pasco County's final 69 high school wrestlers, representing 12 schools, will fan out across the state to five different region venues beginning today. The reigning Pasco County champion, Pasco High, saw its three-year run of district titles end last weekend at Armwood, where four of coach Mark DeAugustino's grapplers failed to advance. Comment?
At the mile mark of the 3.1-mile race - in which only three of the district's six teams would advance to regionals - the result was completely up in the air. “At the mile mark we were in third or fourth place as a team, and it was a little nerve-racking to see,” Plant coach Bryan Garcia said. Comment?
Tuesday: Mitchell vs. Land O' Lakes , 6 p.m.; Sunlake vs. Spring Hill Springstead , 8 p.m. Thursday: Semifinal winners, 7 p.m. The Mustangs dominated district play, going 8-0, and are the favorites to come away with the district crown. Mitchell narrowly edged rival Sunlake in two five-set thrillers and defeated Spring Hill Springstead and Land O' Lakes by a combined 12 sets to 1. Keith Paulk's team is led by the stellar play of sophomore Jessie Mooney, who has a team-high 197 kills, and senior Payton Murchie . Comment?
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