Northeast coach Will White won the 400th game of his coaching career against Hollins on Wednesday.
This is White’s second job coaching girls basketball in the county. For eight seasons (2002-11) he coached at Boca Ciega, compiling a 193-45 record with six district championships and seven straight 20-win seasons. He also kept intact the Pirates’ streak of making the playoffs for 19 seasons, the third-longest streak in the state at the time. In three of his final four seasons, White led Boca Ciega to the state final four.
After stepping down in 2011, White took a four-month hiatus before taking over the Vikings. He inherited a Northeast program that averaged seven win per season during its existence and made the playoffs just once in 1986.
The Vikings have won at least 16 games in each of the last eight seasons under White. He also transformed the program into a consistent title contender with a rosters mostly of girls who have played their high school career with the Vikings.
Indian Rocks Christian 60, Canterbury 32
Lakeside Christian 42, Academy at the Lakes 22
Carrollwood Day 83, Mount Dora Christian 14
Hernando Christian 56, Meadowbrook Academy 45
St. Petersburg Catholic 52, Northside Christian 13
Bishop McLaughlin 63, North Tampa Christian Academy 40
Sarasota Christian 55, Bell Creek Academy 23
Northeast 56, Calvary Christian 53
Hudson 31, Cypress Creek 22
Tampa Prep 51, McKeel Academy 44
Seffner Christian 70, Wesley Chapel 63
Nature Coast 42, Citrus 15
Academy of the Holy Names 57, Wiregrass Ranch 28
Seminole 30, Osceola 17
St. Petersburg 63, Hollins 54
Mitchell 55, Fivay 39
Bradenton Saint Stephen’s 66, Cambridge Christian 6
River Ridge 58, Gulf 53
Lecanto 68, Central 8
Largo 63, Dunedin 39
Hillsborough 59, Bloomingdale 48
East Bay 51, Leto 34
Chamberlain 41, Robinson 26
Wharton 47, Plant City 22
Strawberry Crest 66, Brandon 2
Durant 60, Lennard 21
Riverview 59, Gaither 9
Jefferson 59, Sumner 13
Prime time performers
G Ka’Yanti Burden, Jr., St. Petersburg Catholic: Scored a team-high 13 points in a win over Northside Christian.
G/F Grace Garvin, Fr., Academy of the Holy Names: Had 12 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Wiregrass Ranch.
G Kimberly Guzman, So., Lakeside Christian: Finished with 23 points in a win over Academy at the Lakes.
G/F Zanaliyah Hutchinson, Sr., Jefferson: Scored a team-high 31 points and had 11 steals in a win over Sumner.
G/F Esther Jackson, Sr., Hernando Christian: Scored a team-high 25 points in a win over Meadowbrook Academy.
G Meya King, Sr., Northeast: Led all scorers with 29 points in a win over Calvary Christian.
G Maggie Lauber, So., Durant: Scored a team-high 28 points in a win over Durant.
G Courtney Logan, Sr., East Bay: Scored a team-high 17 points in a win over Leto.
F/G Arianna Mosley, So., Tampa Prep: Finished with 26 points and 10 rebounds in a win over McKeel Academy.
G Isabella Prada, Sr., Bishop McLaughlin: Finished with 28 points, seven rebounds and four assists in a win over North Tampa Christian Academy.
G Marinique Reddin, Sr., Wharton: Led the Wildcats in scoring with 12 points in a win over Plant City.
G Ava Stoller, So., St. Petersburg: Led the Green Devils with 36 points, including four 3-pointers, in a win over Hollins.
East Lake 65, Tampa Catholic 57
Brooks DeBartolo 77, American Collegiate 18
Northeast 46, Hollins 35
Leto 51, Gaither 19
Plant 68, Robinson 11
Durant 64, Sickles 14
Steinbrenner 55, Spoto 35
Lennard 45, Plant City 37
Prime time performers
F Kendal Cheesman, Sr., Plant: Finished with 12 points and seven rebounds in a win over Robinson.
G Nyla Jean, Sr., Plant: Had 18 points and five steals in a win over Robinson.
G Meya King, Sr., Northeast: Led all scorers with 20 points in a win over Hollins.
G Tamara Moragne, Sr., Northeast: Scored 14 points, including a half-court 3-pointer as the first half expired, in a win over Hollins.
G Whitney Rush, Sr., East Lake: Led all scorers with 41 points in a win over Tampa Catholic.
F Cameron Siler-Nixon, Jr., Steinbrenner: Had 10 points and eight rebounds in a win over Spoto.
G/F Ayonna Simmons, Jr., Brooks DeBartolo: Finished with 17 points and seven rebounds in a win over American Collegiate.
G Triniti Youngblood, Sr., Brooks DeBartolo: Scored 16 points and had seven steals in a win over American Collegiate.