Weekend wrap-up

Cross country

St. Petersburg City Championships

Prime time boys teams (top five)

1. St. Petersburg 43

2. Northeast 44

3. Admiral Farragut 76

4. Lakewood 94

5. Shorecrest 131

Prime time boys performers (top five)

1. Dylan Bailey, So., Northeast 16:27.65

2. Frank Tenore, Jr., St. Petersburg 17:20.20

3. Nason Hunsinger, Jr., Northeast 17:31.30

4. Nickolas Forbes, Fr., St. Petersburg 17:57.93

5. Calvin Mead, Sr., Northeast 17:58.47

Prime time girls teams (top four)

1. St. Petersburg 30 points

2. Shorecrest 52 points

3. Northside Christian 67 points

4. Boca Ciega 69 points

Prime time girls performers (top five)

1. Sofie Dericks, Jr., St. Petersburg 19:33.30

2. Ashley Eagan, Jr., St. Petersburg 19:54.30

3. Julia Mularoni, Fr., Admiral Farragut 20:26.81

4. Lili Scoby, 8th, Shorecrest 20:55.36

5. Avery Lazzara, So., St. Petersburg 21:16.69

Land O’ Lakes Invitational

Prime time boys teams (top five)

1. Sunlake 32 points

2. Newsome 55 points

3. Osceola 109 points

4. McKeel Academy 132 points

5. Wiregrass Ranch 174 points

Prime time girls performers (top five)

1. Colby Robbins, Jr., Sunlake 15:56.00

2. William Stone, Jr., Osceola 15:56.70

3. Carter Stuhlmacher, So., Newsome 16:03.10

4.Alex Pena, So., Sunlake 16:32.10

5. Jason Swartzlander, Jr., Newsome 16:35.60

FSU Invitational

Elite boys

Prime time performer (area top 10 finish)

4. Seth Martinez, Sr., Lennard 15:37.80

Elite girls

Prime time performer (area top 10 finish)

5. Jacquelyn Abanses, Sr., Steinbrenner 18:46.70


Nike Tournament of Champions

Prime time teams


1. Bishop McLaughlin: After being swept by Sarasota Cardinal Mooney earlier in the week, the Hurricanes came back in a big way, winning all five of their matches to take home the title at the Nike Tournament of Champions. It marked the third straight weekend Bishop McLaughlin has won a large invitational tournament. 

2. Clearwater Central Catholic: The Marauders went 4-1 at the Nike Tournament of Champions. Their lone loss to Longwood Lyman in the semifinals. CCC followed that up by beating Carrollwood Day in the consolation match to take third place. 

Prime time performers

OH Audrey Koenig, Sr., Bishop McLaughlin: For the third straight week, Koening was MVP of a tournament, the latest coming at the Nike Tournament of Champions. She finished with a combined 76 kills, 29 digs, 6 blocks and 4 aces in five matches this past weekend.

S Victoria Hensley, Jr., CCC: The director of the Marauders offense not only helped her team take third place at the Nike Tournament of Champions, but she also recorded the 2,000th assist of her high school career during the weekend.