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Tampa Bay boys lacrosse leaders



Here are the statistical leaders among area boys lacrosse players. The stats were compiled this past weekend from MaxPreps. There was a minimum requirement of six games played.


67 Nicholas Vreeland, Jr., Cypress Creek

63 Matthew Wyatt, Sr., Steinbrenner

56 Finn Doherty, 8th, Northside Christian

56 Luke Haley, Jr., Newsome

54 Paul Johnson, Sr., Newsome

51 Colson Williams, Jr., Mitchell

51 Jordan Bauer, Sr., Northside Christian

41 Jacob Mollohan, Sr., Steinbrenner

38 Chris Ferrini, So., Mitchell

38 Shaun Blackburn, Jr., Newsome

36 Nick Cordero, Sr., Durant

36 Colin Kruger, So., Jesuit

36 Ashton Kitchiner, So., Newsome

35 Joshua Hughes, Jr., St. Petersburg Catholic

33 Andrew Diaz, So., Steinbrenner

32 Nick Villicana, So., Mitchell

31 Gavin Eldien, Sr., Cypress Creek

31 Caden Kohlmeier, Sr., Newsome

29 Evan Ortigosa, Jr., Northside Christian

29 Chase Minacci, Jr., Jesuit


50 Luke Haley, Jr., Newsome

47 Shaun Blackburn, Jr., Newsome

28 Chris Ferrini, So., Mitchell

28 Jacob Mollohan, Sr., Steinbrenner

28 Avery Kamuf, So., Steinbrenner

27 Luke Gallivan, Sr., Palm Harbor University

27 Matthew Wyatt, Sr., Steinbrenner

27 Nicholas Vreeland, Jr., Cypress Creek

26 Payton Kassay, So., Alonso

26 Caden Kohlmeier, Sr., Newsome

21 Gavin Eldien, Sr., Cypress Creek

20 Will Swanson, Sr., Robinson

20 Cameron Choate, So., Cypress Creek

20 Finn Doherty, 8th, Northside Christian

18 Andrew Allen, Sr., Mitchell

18 Nick Wolfgang, So., Mitchell

17 Kennedy Klaus, Sr., Alonso

16 Evan Ortigosa, Jr., Northside Christian

16 Chase Minacci, Jr., Jesuit

15 Colin Kruger, So., Jesuit

15 Kyle McGoldrick, Sr., Sickles

15 Paul Johnson, Sr., Newsome


106 Luke Haley, Jr., Newsome

94 Nicholas Vreeland, Jr., Cypress Creek

90 Matthew Wyatt, Sr., Steinbrenner

85 Shaun Blackburn, Jr., Newsome

76 Finn Doherty, 8th, Northside Christian

69 Jacob Mollohan, Sr., Steinbrenner

69 Paul Johnson, Sr., Newsome

66 Chris Ferrini, So., Mitchell

65 Colson Williams, Jr., Mitchell

61 Jordan Bauer, Sr., Northside Christian

57 Caden Kohlmeier, Sr., Newsome

52 Galvin Eldien, Sr., Cypress Creek

51 Colin Kruger, So., Jesuit

49 Peyton Kassay, So., Alonso

45 Evan Ortigosa, Jr., Northside Christian

45 Chase Minacci, Jr., Jesuit

44 Will Swanson, Sr., Robinson

44 Andrew Allen, Sr., Mitchell

43 Nick Cordero, Sr., Durant

43 Ashton Kitchiner, Jr., Newsome

Ground balls

140 Shale Saeger, Fr., Steinbrenner

136 Caden Kohlmeier, Sr.,Newsome

117 Scott Moore, So., Jesuit

115 Charlie Fisher, So., Mitchell

114 Nicholas Vreeland, Jr., Cypress Creek

90 Gage Ferris, Sr., Robinson

73 Cameron Spence, Sr., Robinson

71 Jordan Bauer, Sr., Northside Christian

70 Tyler Anderson, Jr., Sunlake

70 Luke Gallivan, Sr., Palm Harbor University

68 Julian Clark, Sr., Northside Christian

60 Nathan Gembarowski, Jr., Tampa Catholic

59 Chris Ferrini, So., Mitchell

58 Luke Haley, Jr., Newsome

57 Luke Barrow, Sr., Sickles

57 Jack McKay, So., Northside Christian

56 Trey Bradford, Sr., Newsome

53 Andrew Allen, Sr., Mitchell

53 Finn Doherty, 8th, Northside Christian

52 Phillip Gaukel, Jr., Sickles

Goals against average

2.5 Erik Laflamme, Jr., Cypress Creek

4.4 Dylan Causey, Jr., Jesuit

5.5 Logan Sinn, Sr., Newsome

5.8 Jameson Clark, So., Mitchell

8.0 Hayden Miller, Sr., Pasco

8.0 Zachary Stowe, Jr., Steinbrenner

9.3 Ace Dillon, So., St. Petersburg Catholic

10.4 Maxwell Christopher, So., Sunlake

10.7 Liam Schambeau, Fr., Pasco

10.7 Brent Anderson, Sr., Palm Harbor University

11.8 Sam Johnson, So., Steinbrenner

12.5 Nathan Pepe, Sr., Bloomingdale

13.4 Logan Saunders, Sr., Wesley Chapel

14.0 Jayce Chamberlain, Jr., Durant

14.5 Jefre Dasovich, Jr., Robinson

Save percentage

.849 Erik Laflamme, Jr., Cypress Creek

.667 Dylan Causey, Jr., Jesuit

.643 Jameson Clark, So., Mitchell

.597 Chase Williams, So., Tampa Catholic

.589 Hayden Miller, Sr., Pasco

.558 Max Christopher, So., Sunlake

.549 Ace Dillon, So., St. Petersburg Catholic

.529 Logan Saunders, Sr., Wesley Chapel

.511 Nathan Pepe, Sr., Bloomingdale

.500 Jayce Chamberlain, Jr., Durant

.500 Brent Anderson, Sr., Palm Harbor University

.500 Logan Sinn, Sr., Newsome

.484 Liam Schambeau, Fr., Pasco

.444 Zachary Stowe, Jr., Steinbrenner

.443 Jefre Dasovich, Jr., Robinson

.434 Sam Johnson, So., Steinbrenner


The Hillsborough County Football Player of the Week



LB/S Cole Highsmith, Jr., Plant City

After becoming a starter as a sophomore last season, Cole Highsmith took on a more prominent role as one of the leaders of Plant City’s defense. 

He took on that task by making play after play. 

This season, Highsmith has recorded 73 tackles and six sacks. Those totals already surpassed what he ended up with last year. 

Against Bloomingdale two weeks ago, Highsmith had 13 tackles, two sacks and an interception to lead the Raiders to victory. 

Fans paid attention. Highsmith received 50 percent of the votes (746) in the Hillsborough County football player of the week poll to beat out Wharton’s Daveon Crouch, who had 25 percent (376 votes). 

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Thursday night football forecast



Seffner Christian (2-3) at St. Petersburg Catholic (3-3), 7

After starting 2-0, the visiting Crusaders have lost three straight. The host Barons, meanwhile, have rebounded from a 1-2 start to win two of their last three games. 

Putnam’s prediction: St. Petersburg Catholic 30-28

Gibbs (3-3) at Tarpon Springs (3-3), 7

An important Class 5A, District 10 game for both teams not only to stay in the mix for a title but also to get above .500 for the season. 

Putnam’s prediction: Gibbs 34-21 

Clearwater (5-1) at Anclote (1-5), 7:30

The Tornadoes have won five straight and are the clear favorite to the Class 5A, District 10 title. The host Sharks are on a two-game losing streak. 

Putnam’s prediction: Clearwater 42-7

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Thursday sports schedule (Oct. 14)



What to watch


Sunlake (12-5) at Wesley Chapel (13-4), 6

The Seahawks, who have won four straight, try to maintain their streak against the Wildcats in a rematch from last week that Sunlake took in five sets. 

Palm Harbor University (14-8) at Mitchell (18-0), 6:30

The Mustangs have a shot at going undefeated in the regular season. To do that, Mitchell has get the Hurricanes, who have turned things around. 

St. Petersburg (15-8) at East Lake (16-7), 7

The Pinellas County Athletic Conference final is between teams with impressive streaks. The Green Devils have won seven straight while the host Eagles have won five in a row. East Lake has owned the series this season, sweeping its rival in the previous three meetings. 

Newsome (16-7) at Bloomingdale (11-5), 7:30

Both teams have won three straight heading into their regular season finale. 

The schedules


Solid Rock Christian at Grace Christian, 4:30

Zephyrhills Christian at Hernando Christian, 5

Hillsborough Baptist at Foundation Christian, 5

Tampa Prep at Ocala Trinity Catholic, 5:30

Oldsmar Christian at Elfers Christian, 5:30

Brandon Academy at Universal Academy, 6

Sunlake at Wesley Chapel, 6

Tampa Bay HEAT at Shorecrest, 6

Weeki Wachee at Hernando, 6:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Anclote, 6:30

Carrollwood Day at Calvary Christian, 6:30

Citrus at Nature Coast, 6:30

Palm Harbor University at Mitchell, 6:30

St. Petersburg Catholic at Sarasota Christian, 7

Zephyrhills at Gulf, 7

Gulf Coast HEAT at Tampa SLAM, 7

Seven Rivers Christian at Cambridge Christian, 7

Alonso at Freedom, 7

Crystal River at Springstead, 7

St. Petersburg at East Lake, 7

Central at Lecanto, 7:30

Sumner at Brandon, 7:30

Cypress Creek at Pasco, 7:30

Tampa Bay Tech at Gaither, 7:30

River Ridge at Hudson, 7:30

Riverview at East Bay, 7:30

Newsome at Bloomingdale, 7:30

Spoto at Durant, 7:30

Middleton at Leto, 7:30

Plant at Robinson, 7:30

Jefferson at Armwood, 7:30

Indian Rocks Christian at Countryside, 7:30


Plant at Berkeley Prep, 5

Tampa Prep at Berkeley Prep, 5:30

Lennard, Riverview at East Bay (Apollo Beach), 6

Blake, Leto at Hillsborough (Copeland), 6

Spoto, Tampa Bay Tech at Plant City (Plant CityYMCA), 6

Freedom at Academy of the Holy Names, 6:30

Steinbrenner, Wharton at Robinson (Bobby Hicks), 6:30

Gaither at Middleton (Cyrus Green), 6:30

Spoto, Sumner at Jefferson (Interbay), 6:30

Brandon, Tampa Bay HEAT at Bloomingdale (High five), 7


East Bay at Riverview (boys), 2

Hillsborough at Leto (boys), 2:30

Freedom at Jesuit (boys), 2:30

Alonso at Chamberlain (boys), 3

Sickles at Jefferson (boys/girls), 3

Steinbrenner at Gaither (boys), 3

Newsome at Plant City (boys), 3

Sumner at King (boys/girls), 3:30

Plant at Robinson (boys), 3:30

Berkeley Prep at Tampa Prep, 4

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