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Yesterday | via Tampa Bay Online
In addition, Zephyrhills senior running back/strong safety Jaylen Pickett was voted Player of the Year. Pickett wasn't the only Pasco County to earn player of the year honors, as Land O' Lakes' James Pensyl was named Class 6A's top player. Comment?
Saturday Oct 18 | via St. Petersburg Times
Each week, our HomeTeam staffers nominate male and female Hot Shot athletes from each of the counties we cover. Then we turn the voting over to readers. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via NBC2 News
It's a great time of the year to be a Florida Gulf Coast Eagles fan. Dunk City is back! Fans were able to check out this year's men's and women's basketball teams for the first time on Friday night at the Dunk City After Dark Midnight Madness event. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Miami New Times
The Miami Gardens Ravens were gearing up to take on the Carol City Chiefs at Miami Carol City Park. Both teams plays in the Flo Rida-sponsored Florida Youth Football League, which includes children as young as five. Comment?
Monday Oct 13 | via The Miami Herald
Look at their 13-2 record as they head into the final week of their regular season and you would never know that two months ago the girls volleyball program at Miami Springs High School was up in the air and in total disarray. That's because, with a new coach in place, having been hired the previous May, everything blew up in smoke when all of a sudden, there was no coach. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via The Miami Herald
The Tornadoes committed four turnovers, had a punt blocked, and were outplayed by the Bulls for most of the first half Friday night at Traz Powell Stadium. But thanks to a few late defensive stops and some late offensive outbursts, Booker T. Washington managed to keep its state-best winning streak alive with a 27-12 win against Northwestern. Comment?
Friday Oct 10 | via Palm Beach Post
It could make for some interesting shenanigans at the annual NFL owners meetings but is there any truth to a rumor that the Dolphins have actually sat down and discussed selling a piece of the team to rap mogul and Carol City native Rick Ross? The Dolphins say no - they're denying Rick Ross' claims from a recent interview with a New York radio station that he had meetings with Dolphins officials. "I went and sat down with the Miami Dolphins, we discussed a few things," Rick Ross said this week. Comment?
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