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 Published Articles

Local golfers lead in conference first team


ROD GIPSONSt. Petersburg TimesSt. Petersburg, Fla.: Nov 28, 2003.  pg. 6

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Copyright Times Publishing Co. Nov 28, 2003

When the boys' golf Western Conference National Division First Team was announced

last week, it read like a who's who of local golfers. All the players were from Durant,

Riverview and Newsome and all made appearances deep into the recent state playoffs.


Durant's Ulf Andersson, Matt Galloway and Kyle Hughes, Riverview's Matt Colson and

Newsome's Bobby Dyer all made the first team. The second team featured East Bay's

Austin Conforte and Kris Shane, along with Brad Schneider from Bloomingdale. National

Division Coach of the Year honors went to Dick Sheffield of Durant.


On the girls' side, numerous local teams had honorees.


First Team included Jeana Taylor (Durant), Mallory Rush (Riverview), Steffani Smith

(Armwood) and Chelsea Richards (Bloomingdale). The Second Team featured Ashley

Simonds (Armwood), Tiffany Wenjen (Durant), Lindsey Garbleman (East Bay) and Alina

Blakenship (Brandon).


BOYS SOCCER: Bloomingdale is off to a 2-0 start after wins against Sarasota Riverview a

nd Sarasota. After defeating Sarasota Riverview 2-0 on Nov. 18, the Bulls beat Sarasota

3-2 Nov. 21. Alex Labadie scored the Bulls' first goal while Alex Muniz and Tom Davison

scored second half goals. Davison's game-winning score came with less than four

minutes remaining in the game. Bulls' goalkeeper Chris Sedlak had 16 saves.


In other matches, Brandon defeated East Bay 1-0 and Durant topped Riverview 4-1. In

upcoming matches on Tuesday, Armwood plays at Jefferson, Bloomingdale is at Plant

City, Brandon is at Plant, Durant hosts Sarasota Riverview, East Bay is at King,

Riverview is at Sarasota and Tampa Bay Tech is at Blake.


WRESTLING: "The Streak" is set to continue. Brandon's 30-year unbeaten streak in dual

matches is the longest streak in any high school sports in the country. The Eagles, who

have earned five national championships, six state titles and have had 36 individuals

wrestlers take state crowns during those 30 seasons, will look to keep it alive

Wednesday when the season opens with Alonso. In other season-opening matches that

day, Armwood hosts Bloomingdale, Newsome hosts Freedom and Tampa Bay Tech hosts

Freedom. East Bay opens the season Thursday at Wharton and Durant opens the season

Dec. 9 at Armwood.


GIRLS' BASKETBALL: In action Monday, Armwood hosts Chamberlain, Bloomingdale hosts

Blake, East Bay hosts Plant, Durant is at King, Newsome hosts Plant and Riverview is at

Brandon. Tampa Bay Tech hosts Newsome on Tuesday.


BOYS' BASKETBALL: The prep season tips off Monday with all of the local teams in

action. Armwood plays at Plant City, Bloomingdale travels to Alonso while Brandon is at

Gaither. Durant hosts Newsome, East Bay is at Riverview and Tampa Bay Tech is at



SCHOLARSHIPS: Brandon basketball player Jonathan Banks has signed with Valdosta

State. The 6-foot-2 Banks was the starting guard for the Eagles team that won the

district and went to the region quarterfinals.





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