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Florida High School Flag Football State Poll

Posted Apr 14, 2014 by Nick Williams

Updated Apr 14, 2014 at 03:37 PM

The Florida Flag Football Power 25

1. Seminole Ridge (10-0) 94.6
2. Robinson (10-0) 93.5
3. Northeast-St. Pete (7-0) 83.0
4. Apopka (4-0) 78.5
5. Harmony (7-0) 74.6
6. Alonso (9-1) 74.5
7. Everglades (8-0) 73.7
8. William T. Dwyer (8-0) 73.6
9. Bloomingdale (7-0) 73.0
10. Trinity Catholic (7-0) 72.9
11. Monsignor Pace (8-1) 72.8
12. Coconut Creek (8-0) 72.7
13. Jupiter (4-2) 72.3
14. Chiles (8-0) 72.2
15. Boyd Anderson (6-1) 72.1
16. Taravella (6-3) 71.5
17. Oak Ridge (7-1) 70.9
18. Dr. Phillips (6-1) 70.3
19. First Coast (5-0) 68.5
20. Miramar (7-1) 68.4
21. Armwood (7-0) 68.3
22. Westwood (7-0) 68.2
23. Treasure Coast (4-1) 68.1
24. Durant (9-0) 68.0
25. Robert E. Lee (5-0) 67.9

About the rankings: The Florida Flag Football Power 25 is the only ranking recognizing the Sunshine State’s best flag football teams. Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated using a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory. To determine the forecasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.


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Flag Football Top 25 Power Rankings

Posted Apr 7, 2014 by Nick Williams

Updated Apr 7, 2014 at 09:47 AM

The Florida Flag Football Power 25

1. Seminole Ridge (7-0) 94.5
2. Robinson (8-0) 93.8
3. Apopka (4-0) 75.5
4. Harmony (5-0) 74.6
5. Northeast-St. Pete (5-0) 74.5
6. Alonso (8-1) 73.7
7. Everglades (5-0) 72.9
8. William T. Dwyer (6-0) 72.3
9. Taravella (5-2) 72.2
10. Bloomingdale (5-0) 71.9
11. Treasure Coast (3-0) 71.8
12. Trinity Catholic (5-0) 71.7
13. Oak Ridge (6-1) 71.6
14. Monsignor Pace (5-1) 71.5
15. Jupiter (4-1) 71.4
16. Chiles (5-0) 71.3
17. Boyd Anderson (5-0) 71.2
18. Boca Ciega (4-0) 71.1
19. Dr. Phillips (4-1) 70.9
20. Coconut Creek (6-0) 68.4
21. DeLand (4-0) 68.3
22. First Coast (4-0) 68.2
23. Durant (8-0) 68.1
24. King (6-0) 68.0
25. Robert E. Lee (4-0) 67.9

About the rankings: The Florida Flag Football Power 25 is the only ranking recognizing the Sunshine State’s best flag football teams. Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated using a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory. To determine the forecasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.


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Florida High School Softball State Poll

Posted Apr 2, 2014 by Nick Williams

Updated Apr 2, 2014 at 10:06 AM

Here is this week’s Miracle Sports softball poll.

CLASS 8A

1. Oviedo Hagerty 16-2

2. Jupiter 17-2

3. Valrico Bloomingdale 15-1

4. Cooper City 14-2

5. Lake Worth Park Vista 17-4

6. Orange City University 14-2

7. Weston Cypress Bay 12-4

8. Miramar 17-1

9. Palm Harbor University 15-3

10. Apopka 12-3

Honorable mention: Boca Raton Spanish River 12-3; Miami Coral Reef 12-5; Palm Beach Gardens 14-6; Jacksonville Mandarin 13-4; West Orange 13-4; Wellington 14-6; Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast 10-2; Palm Beach Central 14-6; West Boca Raton 11-4; Parkland Douglas 13-3


CLASS 7A

1. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas 17-0

2. Harmony 17-1

3. Cantonment Tate 12-2

4. Melbourne 16-1

5. Niceville 16-2

6. Bartow 16-3

7. Clermont East Ridge 14-3

8. Tallahassee Chiles 15-4

9. Sarasota 11-3

10. Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer 11-5

Honorable mention: Navarre 15-3; Plant City 15-4; Tallahassee Lincoln 14-5; Clearwater Countryside 14-4; Deltona 12-3; Hialeah American 11-2; Coconut Creek Monarch 13-2; Dover Strawberry Crest 17-5; Plant City Durant 13-5; Tampa Gaither 12-3

CLASS 6A

1. Columbia 14-1

2. Auburndale 16-4

3. Lake Region 16-4

4. Naples Barron Collier 15-4

5. Lake Wales 16-3

6. Naples 13-3

7. North Fort Myers 14-1

8. Ocala Forest 15-1

9. Orlando East River 14-2-1

10. New Port Richey Mitchell 19-1

Honorable mention: Jacksonville Creekside 12-3; Bartram Trail 14-4; Tampa Chamberlain 10-2; Doral Academy 11-5; Venice 14-5; Pembroke Pines Charter 10-4-1

CLASS 5A

1. Ponte Vedra 19-0

2. Plantation American Heritage 15-3

3. Glen St. Mary Baker County 16-1

4. Brooksville Hernando 17-1

5. New Port Richey River Ridge 19-2

6. Belleview 13-4

7. Brooksville Nature Coast 17-2

8. Bradenton Bayshore 16-2

9. Inverness Citrus 16-4

10. Green Cove Springs Clay 14-4

Honorable mention: New Port Richey Gulf 12-2; Pompano Beach 12-4; Arnold 11-5; Suwannee 15-7; Rockledge 14-6

CLASS 4A

1. P.K. Yonge 16-0

2. West Florida 14-0

3. Miami Gulliver Prep 14-3

4. Bradford 13-3

5. Titusville Astronaut 18-2

6. Fort Pierce Lincoln Park 14-1

7. Coral Springs Charter 15-2

8. Cocoa Beach 16-4

9. Montverde Academy 11-3

10. Miami Florida Christian 12-2-1

Honorable mention: Alachua Santa Fe 15-6; Hollywood Chaminade Madonna 15-3; West Nassau 12-5; Winter Park Trinity Prep 13-4; Bushnell South Sumter 11-5; Tampa Academy of the Holy Names 9-4; Boca/Delray American Heritage 10-6

CLASS 3A

1. Miami Westminster Christian 15-3

2. Lake Worth Trinity Christian 12-1

3. Tallahassee North Florida Christian 12-2

4. Melbourne Central Catholic 9-3

5. Seffner Christian 11-2

6. Niceville Rocky Bayou Christian 9-2

7. St. Petersburg Admiral Farragut 9-2

8. St. Petersburg Catholic 9-3

9. Tampa Carrollwood Day 10-4

10. Lakeland Christian 12-5

Honorable mention: Windermere Prep 9-4; Orlando First Academy 11-6

CLASS 2A

1. St. Petersburg Canterbury 10-4

2. Monticello Aucilla Christian 8-1

3. Land O’Lakes Academy at the Lakes 10-2

4. Ocoee Central Florida Christian 10-2

5. Boca Raton Christian 14-6

6. Lecanto Seven Rivers Christian 10-3

7. Winter Garden Foundation Academy 8-4

8. Tampa Cambridge Christian 9-4

9. Orlando Pine Castle Christian 9-6

10. Boca Raton Grandview Prep 6-4

Honorable mention: Winter Garden Foundation Academy 8-4.

CLASS 1A

1. Dixie County 14-0

2. Jay 14-1

3. Sneads 18-2

4. Graceville Poplar Springs 18-1

5. Mayo Lafayette 14-7

6. Wewahitchka 13-4

7. Vernon 9-3

8. Chipley 12-6

9. Chiefland 10-2

10. Port St. Joe 12-5

Honorable mention: Franklin County 8-4; Live Oak Melody Christian 12-3; Trenton 12-6; Williston 9-6

ALL CLASSIFICATIONS

1. St. Thomas Aquinas (7A) 17-0

2. Ponte Vedra (5A) 19-0

3. P.K. Yonge (4A) 16-0

4. Columbia (6A) 14-1

5. Harmony (7A) 17-1

6. West Florida (4A) 14-0

7. Hagerty (8A) 16-2

8. Westminster Christian (3A) 15-3

9. Plantation American Heritage (5A) 15-3

10. Tate (7A) 12-2


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Flag Football Top 25 Power Rankings

Posted Apr 2, 2014 by Nick Williams

Updated Apr 2, 2014 at 09:47 AM

The Florida Flag Football Power 25 (as of March 30)

1. Seminole Ridge (5-0) 93.9
2. Robinson (4-0) 92.8
3. Dr. Phillips (2-0) 82.8
4. Harmony (4-0) 75.6
5. Apopka (3-0) 72.6
6. Alonso (4-0) 71.8
7. Northeast-St. Pete (3-0) 71.7
8. Bloomingdale (3-0) 70.7
9. Taravella (3-1) 70.1
10. William T. Dwyer (4-0) 69.7
11. Jupiter (2-1) 68.7
12. Leon (2-0) 66.4
13. Durant (6-0) 66.3
14. Coconut Creek (4-0) 66.2
15. Timber Creek (3-1) 65.7
16. Stranahan (4-1) 65.6
17. Kissimmee Osceola (3-0) 65.5
18. Mater Academy (4-0) 65.4
19. Mandarin (3-0) 65.3
20. Treasure Coast (1-0) 65.2
21. Trinity Catholic (3-0) 65.1
22. DeLand (2-0) 65.0
23. Boca Ciega (3-0) 64.9
24. Robert E. Lee (3-0) 64.7
25. Oak Ridge (4-0) 64.6


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Basketball: Hillsborough vs. Pinellas Senior All-Star Game

Posted Mar 21, 2014 by Nick Williams

Updated Mar 21, 2014 at 11:07 AM

WHAT: Hillsborough vs. Pinellas Basketball Senior All-Star Game
WHEN: Tonight, 6 p.m.
WHERE: Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry campus, 4001 W. Tampa Bay Blvd. Tampa,
ADMISSION: $5
BOYS: Hillsborough — Chivarsky Corbett, Tampa Catholic; Malik Channer, Strawberry Crest; Calen Watts, Lennard; Gary Hector, Lennard; Anton Crutcher, East Bay; MJ Williams,East Bay; Hayden Harkins, Newsome; Rashad Green, King; Roderick Davis, Brandon; Jack Taylor, Wharton; Craig Bowman, Berkeley Prep. Coaches: Billy Teeden, East Bay; Danny Gaddis, Lennard. Pinellas — Cobi Boykins, Lakewood; Michael Clark, Lakewood; Antonio Walker, Gibbs; Shaquille Speights, Gibbs; Dayon Griffin, St. Pete High; Ben Claire, St. Pete High; Kyle Mogged, East Lake; Connor Frain, Seminole; Nick Preradovic, Pinellas Park; Brandon Jones, Largo; Curtis Reed, Largo. Coaches: Nick Miller, Pinellas Park; Pete Alexandro.

GIRLS: Hillsborough — Cristina Snyder, Holy Names; Ashley McWilliams, Holy Names; Taylor Thigpen, Steinbrenner; Kiana King, Armwood; Toni Cox, Jefferson; Cierra Wheatley, Sickles; Sabrina Whiting, Seffner Christian; Kashari James, Gaither; Kierra Haywood, Riverview; Aliyah Gregory, Strawberry Crest; Keaundra Ivory, Armwood; Shakela Smith; Tampa Bay Tech Brianna Thomas, Tampa Bay Tech. Coaches: Patrick Kelly, Armwood; Mark Key, Sickles. Pinellas — Alexis Alford, Clearwater; Kasey Howard, Calvary Christian; Bria Bostick, Gibbs; Brinesha Myric, St. Pete High; Meagan Thomas, Dixie Hollins; Lisa Waithe, Northeast High; Angel Brown, St. Pete; Emily Dine, East Lake; Amber Jennings, Palm Harbor University; Jordan Berenbaum, St. Pete; Lazasha Baskin, St. Pete; Deja Blunt, Clearwater; Shea Jemmott, Dixie Hollins. Coaches: Kelley Jones, Dixie Hollins; Will White, Northeast.