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Time to vote: Boys lacrosse player of the week

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Here are the nominees for the boys lacrosse player of the week. Voting lasts through Friday. 

Turner Ashby, So., Plant: Had a combined nine goals and nine assists to help the Panthers beat Palm Harbor University and Alonso for the Class 2A, District 10 title. 

Sam Johnson, So., Steinbrenner: Finished with a combined 16 saves and had a 4.5 goals against average to help the Warriors beat East Lake and Mitchell for the Class 2A, District 9 title. 

Ashton Kitchiner, Jr., Newsome: Ended up with a combined nine goals and a ground ball in wins over Bloomingdale and Lakeland to take the Class 2A, District 11 title. 

Scott Moore, So., Jesuit: Won 24 of 27 faceoffs and had a combined 14 ground balls in wins over Tampa Catholic and Berkeley Prep to take the Class 1A, District 9 title.  

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Friday sports schedule — Dec. 3

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State semifinals

7A

Lake Gibson at Tampa Bay Tech, 7:30

6A

Miami Northwestern at Jesuit, 7:30

4A

Lakewood at Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons, 7:30

3A 

Lakeland Christian at Berkeley Prep, 7:30

Boys basketball

East Lake at Mitchell, 6

Sickles at Riverview, 6:30

King at Brandon, 6:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Wharton, 6:30

Plant City at Blake, 6:30

Hudson at Chamberlain, 6:30

Hillsborough at Armwood, 6:30

Bloomingdale at East Bay, 6:30

Middleton at Lennard, 6:30

Spoto at Alonso, 6:30

Tampa Bay Tech at Strawberry Crest, 6:30

Hope Christian at West Hernando Christian, 6:30

Zephyrhills Christian at Melbourne Central Catholic, 6:30

Steinbrenner at Plant, 7

St. Petersburg Catholic at Clearwater Central Catholic, 7:30

Wesley Chapel at Zephyrhills, 7:30

Community Christian at Ruskin Christian, 7:30

Durant at Sarasota Riverview, 7:30

IMG Academy White at Calvary Christian, 7:30

Anclote at Nature Coast, 7:30

Cambridge Christian at Brooks DeBartolo, 7:30

Hernando at Central, 7:30

Bishop McLaughlin at Land O’ Lakes, 7:30

Winthrop College Prep at Tampa Prep, 7:30

Pinellas Park at Dunedin, 7:30

Bradenton Saint Stephen’s at Canterbury, 7:30

Weeki Wachee at Springstead, 7:30

Hernando Christian at Lakeside Christian, 7:30

Osceola at Largo, 7:45

Palm Harbor University at Tarpon Springs, 7:45

Gibbs at Hollins, 7:45

Shorecrest at Keswick, 8

Northeast at Lakewood, 8

Seven Rivers Christian at Patel, 8

Boys soccer

Keswick Christian at Seffner Christian, 3:30

Lakeside Christian at Pepin Academy, 4

Academy at the Lakes at Cambridge Christian, 4

Hillsborough at Freedom, 6

Robinson at Steinbrenner, 6

King at Chamberlain, 6

Lennard at Plant City, 6

East Bay at Riverview, 6

Middleton at Armwood,6

Strawberry Crest at Wharton, 6

Plant at Alonso, 6

Jefferson at Gaither, 6

Leto at Blake, 6

St. Petersburg at Tampa Catholic, 6

Hernando at Central, 6

Bloomingdale at Newsome, 6

Brandon at Sumner, 6

Gibbs at Hudson, 7

St. Petersburg Catholic at Sarasota Cardinal Mooney, 7

Springstead at Countryside, 7

Clearwater Central Catholic at Shorecrest, 7

Brooks DeBartolo at Northside Christian, 7

Northeast at Calvary Christian, 7

South Sumter at Sunlake, 7:30

Patel at Bradenton Saint Stephen’s, 7:30

Nature Coast at Crystal River, 7:30

Clearwater at Palm Harbor University, 8

Largo at Osceola, 8

Lakewood at Pinellas Park, 8

Girls basketball

St. Petersburg Catholic at Clearwater Central Catholic, 4:30

Cambridge Christian at Universal Academy, 5

Keswick Christian at Southwest Florida Christian, 5:30

Hernando Christian at Lakeside Christian, 6

Spruce Creek at Seffner Christian, 6:30

Newsome at Academy of the Holy Names, 6:30

Cypress Creek at Sunlake, 6:30

Seven Rivers Christian at Patel, 6:30

Land O’ Lakes at Leto, 7

Pasco at Anclote, 7

Pinellas Park at Indian Rocks Christian, 7:30

Springstead at Palm Harbor University, 7:30

Steinbrenner at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Nature Coast at Citrus, 7:30

Central at Hernando, 7:30

Lakewood at Countryside, 7:30

Gulf at Fivay, 7:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Wharton, 8

Hudson at Chamberlain, 8

Sickles at Riverview, 8

Bloomingdale at East Bay, 8

Hillsborough at Armwood, 8

Middleton at Lennard, 8

Spoto at Alonso, 8

Plant City at Blake, 8

King at Brandon, 8

Tampa Bay Tech at Strawberry Crest, 8

Girls soccer

St. Petersburg Catholic at Zephyrhills Christian, 4

Brooks DeBartolo at Northside Christian, 5

Tampa Catholic at Tampa Prep, 5

Universal Academy at Berkeley Prep, 5:30

Pasco at Zephyrhills, 6

Patel at Bradenton Saint Stephen’s, 6

Clearwater at Palm Harbor University, 6

Largo at Osceola, 6

St. Petersburg at Boca Ciega, 6:30

Shorecrest at River Ridge, 6:30

Lakewood at Pinellas Park, 6:30

Academy of the Holy Names at Venice, 6:30

Anclote at Gibbs, 6:30

Crystal River at Springstead, 7

Lemon Bay at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Crystal River at Springstead, 7:30

Central at Hernando, 7:30

Lecanto at Weeki Wachee, 7:30

Bloomingdale at Newsome, 8

Brandon at Sumner, 8

Robinson at Steinbrenner, 8

Strawberry Crest at Wharton, 8

Middleton at Armwood, 8

King at Chamberlain, 8

Leto at Blake, 8

Jefferson at Gaither, 8

East Bay at Riverview, 8

Hillsborough at Freedom, 8

Plant at Alonso, 8

Lennard at Plant City, 8

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6A state semifinals

Miami Northwestern (10-3) at Jesuit (13-0), 7:30

The Tigers are in the state semifinals for the fourth straight season and the sixth time in the past seven seasons. The biggest difference is Jesuit hosts, something it has not done in its past four appearances. All four of those trips were against powerhouse programs in Fort Lauderdale or Miami (American Heritage in 2016 and ‘20, Cardinal Gibbons in 2018 and Northwestern in 2019), all of which went on to win state titles. Getting a home game was due to having the highest RPI ranking in the region (the Florida High School Athletic Association decided to reseed teams in the state semifinals based off their rankings). That happened largely because of the Tigers win over Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas the second week of the season. Jesuit rocketed up the national rankings (now 12th according to MaxPreps). Better still, the Tigers have confidence that they cannot just compete with teams in Fort Lauderdale and Miami, but also beat them. The toughest task for Jesuit’s offense will be handling the constant pressure from the Bulls. Luke Knight, a sophomore who is a first-year starter, has been efficient, throwing for 25 touchdowns and five interceptions. Joquez Smith is the workhorse in the run game, gaining 1,649 yards and 24 touchdowns. On defense, the Tigers’ top priority will be keeping Northwestern’s potent passing game in check. Bulls quarterback Taron Dickens has thrown for more than 300 yards and at least four touchdowns in the last three games. Jesuit has posted seven shutouts and has allowed 85 points this season. 

Stat leaders

CategoryNorthwesternJesuit
Passing yardsTaron Dickens, 3,462 (41 TDs, 7 INTs)Luke Knight, 2,049 (25 TDs, 5 INTs)
Rushing yardsJamari Ford, 536 (8 TDs)Joquez Smith, 1,649 (24 TDs)
Receiving yardsDaverrick Jenkins, 777 yards (8 TDs)Junior Vandeross, 740 (8 TDs)
TacklesN/AAJ Cotterill, 123
SacksN/AWayne Quin, 6
InterceptionsN/ACaleb Williams, 5
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Boys Basketball Player of the Week Poll — Nov. 22-28

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Here are the nominees for the boys basketball player of the week. Voting lasts until 9 a.m. Friday. 

G Justin Kruszewski, Jr., East Lake: Averaged 18.5 points per game in wins over Impact Christian and Wiregrass Ranch at the Wildwood Hoopsgiving Classic. 

G Daniel MacGregor, So., Calvary Christian: Named game MVP after scoring a team-high 24 points to lead the Warriors to a win over Lake Nona at the Get Down Showcase at Orlando Christian Prep. 

C Ronnie Roberts, Sr., Springstead: Named MVP of the Central Thanksgiving Tournament after leading the Eagles to the title. . 

G/F Patrick Ruffner, Sr., Jesuit: Averaged 13 points and 9.5 rebounds per game in wins over St. Petersburg Catholic and Sickles. . 

G Deondrae St. Clair, Sr., Fivay: Averaged 31.3 points in three games at the Central Thanksgiving Classic, including 40 against Gulf. 

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