Most Recent Entries
- Sunlake’s Remi Pimm named Florida Dairy Farmers’ 2014 Mr. Soccer
- Rays v Twins: Injury updates and lineups
- Novel explores temptations, ramifications of steroid use
- Rays @ BoSox: Lineups and injury updates
- Rays @ Yankees: Notes and lineups
- Update on Peralta’s neck
- Rays v Pirates: Moore on the bump, McClung on the bus
- Plant coach Roy Harrison elected to FHSAA Hall of Fame
- Volleyball: Freedom’s Schaller signs with Eckerd
- Five athletes at Strawberry Crest to play at next level
- Sunlake F Remi Pimm named Florida Dairy Farmers State 3A Player of the Year
- Anclote volleyball coach Chris Vergnaud steps down to join PHSC staff
- Hillsborough County’s top seniors take court tonight in TBBCA All-Star game
- Gregory, Corbett, Sanders, Childs, Channer to play in FABC state all-star basketball game
- Rays prepare for raining day - Price now pitching sim game in Port Charlotte
At least five Gryphons expected to sign letters of intent
Posted Apr 20, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated Apr 20, 2012 at 12:21 PM
Sickles football coach Brian Turner announced today five players from his 2011 squad have made college decisions and will be taking part in a signing ceremony next week at the school.
Heading to the next level for the Gryphons are offensive lineman Sean Smith, who is headed to Florida Tech in Melbourne, strong safety Jordan Robinson and offensive lineman Rico Najera, who will attend Jacksonville University, defensive tackle Jorge Soba, who will compete for Moorehead State, and kicker Andres Vasquez, who will sign with Western Michigan.
Two other Gryphons standouts, defensive back Adrian Lopez and offensive lineman Michael Santana, are taking recruiting trips this weekend and are likely to finalize their college decisions, Turner said.