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Thursday sports schedule (Sept. 2)



What to watch


Northeast (1-0) at Gibbs (1-0), 7

Both teams are off to fast starts with wins in the preseason and first week of the regular season. 

Wiregrass Ranch (2-0) at Land O’ Lakes (7-0), 7:30

A matchup of undefeated teams that will go a long in determining supremacy on the east side of Pasco County. 

Bloomingdale (3-0) at Plant City (2-1), 7:30

The undefeated Bulls will get their biggest test of the season so far against the Raiders. 

The schedules


Northeast at Gibbs, 7


Springstead vs. Ysleta (KSA tournament), 9 a.m.

Springstead vs. Boca Raton Christian, 10:30 a.m.

Solid Rock Community at Elfers Christian, 4:30

Inverness Christian at Hope Christian, 5:30

Lakeside Christian at Bayshore Christian, 6

Admiral Farragut at Northside Christian, 6

Foundation Christian at Seffner Christian, 6

Classical Prep at Seven Rivers Christian, 6

Winter Haven All Saints’ at Zephyrhills Christian, 6

Sarasota Out-of-Door at St. Petersburg Catholic, 6

Academy of the Holy Names at Shorecrest, 6

East Lake at Calvary Christian, 6:30

Tarpon Springs at Clearwater, 6:30

Tampa Bay HEAT at Keswick Christian, 6:30

Hernando at Weeki Wachee, 6:30

Anclote at Cypress Creek, 7

Pinellas Park at Mitchell, 7

Palm Harbor University at Largo, 7

Hollins at Lakewood, 7

St. Petersburg at Countryside, 7

Cambridge at Sarasota Christian, 7

Canterbury at Hernando Christian, 7

Boca Ciega at Seminole, 7

Sunlake at Gulf, 7

Spoto at Lennard, 7:30

Wiregrass Ranch at Land O’ Lakes, 7:30

Anclote at Cypress Creek, 7:30

Sumner at East Bay, 7:30

King at Freedom, 7:30

Middleton at Chamberlain, 7:30

Tampa Bay Tech at Wharton, 7:30

Zephyrhills at Wesley Chapel, 7:30

Bloomingdale at Plant City, 7:30

Brandon at Durant, 7:30

Riverview at Newsome, 7:30

Strawberry Crest at Armwood, 7:30

King at Freedom, 7:30

Dunedin at Gibbs, 7:45

Osceola at Northeast, 7:45


Blake, Leto at Jefferson (Interbay), 6

Palm Harbor University at St. Petersburg, 6:30

Tarpon Springs at Hollins, 6:30

Plant City, Sumner at Strawberry Crest (High 5), 6:30

Blake, Spoto at Middleton (Cyrus Green), 6:30

Chamberlain, King at Hillsborough (Copeland), 6:30

Alonso at Wharton (New Tampa YMCA), 6:30

Freedom, Tampa Bay Tech at Gaither (Bob Sierra), 7

Robinson at Plant (Bobby Hicks), 7

Cross country

Cougar Invitational at Countryside, 4

(Countryside, Largo, Hollins, Palm Harbor University, Pinellas Park, Tarpon Springs)

Indian Rocks Christian Invitational at Taylor Park: 5:30 girls; 6 girls


Bloomingdale at Strawberry Crest (boys/girls @Diamond Head), 2

Riverview at Plant City (boys @Sumfield), 2

Steinbrenner at Freedom (boys/girls @USF), 2:15

East Bay at Durant (boys @Riverhills), 2:30

Boca Ciega, Clearwater, East Lake, Largo, Osceola at Clearwater Country Club (girls), 3

Countryside, Hollins, Northeast, Seminole, Tarpon Springs at Mangrove Bay (girls), 3

Robinson at King (boys/girls @Temple Terrace), 3:30

Chamberlain at Sickles (boys/girls @The Eagles), 3:30

Newsome at Lennard (boys @Buckhorn)

Plant at Tampa Prep (boys/girls@Westchase), 4

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Monday sports schedule



What to watch


Bloomingdale (8-4) at Sickles (10-8), 7:30

The Bulls enter on a two-match win streak while the host Gryphons are coming off a 2-3 record at the Fivay Invitational this past weekend. 

Weeki Wachee (11-3) at Bishop McLaughlin (10-4), 7:30

The Hornets wanted tough matches like this one on their schedule after playing mostly against teams from Hernando and Citrus counties a year ago. It will not be easy facing the Class 3A defending state semifinalist Hurricanes. 

Plant City (6-3) at Wharton (9-6), 7:30

The Raiders are starting to find their groove after sweeping Sumner and Brandon last week. The host Wildcats, meanwhile, are trying to bounce back after going 1-3 at the Academy of the Holy Names Invitational this past weekend. 

The schedules


Central Baptist at Community Christian, 4:30

Tampa Catholic at Carrollwood Day, 5

Elfers Christian at Faith Outreach, 5

Lakeside Christian at Canterbury, 5

Cambridge Christian at Brandon Academy, 5

Inverness Christian at Oldsmar Christian, 5:30

Seven Rivers Christian at Classical Prep, 6

North Tampa Christian at Hernando Christian, 6

Lakeland Christian at Seffner Christian, 6

Academy at the Lakes at Winthrop College, 6

Bradenton Saint Stephen’s at Tampa SLAM, 6

Boca Ciega at Admiral Farragut, 6

Lakewood at Pinellas Park, 7

Armwood at Riverview, 7

Bloomingdale at Sickles, 7:30

Weeki Wachee at Bishop McLaughlin, 7:30

Plant City at Wharton, 7:30

Strawberry Crest at East Bay, 7:30

Hillsborough at Newsome, 7:30

Northeast at Dunedin, 7:30

Sumner at King, 7:30 


Sumner at Lennard (boys), 2

Newsome at Strawberry Crest (boys/girls), 2

Chamberlain, Freedom at Brandon (boys/girls), 2

Gaither at Jefferson (boys) 2:30

East Bay at Armwood (boys), 3

Durant at Plant (boys), 3

Bloomingdale at Robinson (boys), 3:30

Alonso at Mitchell (boys), 4

PCAC championship at Bardmoor (boys)

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Volleyball Player of the Week



Here are the nominees for the volleyball player of the week. Voting lasts until 9 a.m. Tuesday. 

L Brooke Arnold, Sr., Riverview: Recorded a combined 54 digs in the Sharks’ last four matches and helped the team stretch its win streak to eight

S Bella Baldyga, Sr., Mitchell: Finished with 19 assists, seven assists and four service aces in a win over Fivay to help the Mustangs stay undefeated through their first nine matches. 

OH Bailey Higgins, So., Berkeley Prep: Selected to the all-tournament team at the Berkeley Premier after helping the Buccaneers win the tournament, then knock off Plant in five sets this past week. 

OH Sydney Jackwin, Sr., Keswick Christian: Named MVP after leading the Crusaders to the team title of their own tournament, as well as a five-set victory over St. Petersburg this past week.  

S/L Taylor Parks, So., Calvary Christian: Was named the American Volleyball Coaches Association state player of the week after leading the Warriors to a runnerup finish at the Berkeley Premier.  

S Sydney Waldenmyer, Sr., Land O’ Lakes: Had a combined 38 assists and 18 digs in wins over Cypress Creek and Sickles this past week. 

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Friday sports schedule (Sept. 24)



The schedules


Fivay Invitational (compiled from MaxPreps)

Wiregrass Ranch vs. Mitchell, 1

Anclote vs. Sickles, 2

Lecanto vs. Mitchell, 3

Sunlake vs. Palm Harbor University, 3

Nature Coast vs. Anclote, 3

Fivay vs. Sickles, 4

River Ridge vs. Palm Harbor University, 4:30

Wesley Chapel vs. Mitchell, 6

Nature Coast vs. Sickles, 6

Hudson vs. Palm Harbor University, 6

Academy of the Holy Names Tournament (compiled from MaxPreps)

Carrollwood Day vs. Tampa Prep, 4:30

Keswick Christian vs. Academy of the Holy Names, 4:30

Wharton vs. Newsome, 5:45

Robinson vs. Academy of the Holy Names, 7

Wharton vs. Tampa Prep, 7

Carrollwood Day vs. Newsome, 8:15

Warrior Invitational (compiled from MaxPreps)

Calvary Christian vs. St. Petersburg, 3

Brooks DeBartolo vs. Calvary Christian, 4

Osceola vs. East Lake, 4

East Lake vs. St. Petersburg, 5

Berkeley Prep vs. Calvary Christian, 5

Other matches

St. Petersburg Catholic at Shorecrest, 6

Clearwater Academy at Northside Christian, 6

Patel at Zephyrhills, 6:30

Countryside at Dunedin, 7:30

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