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#2 Ponte Vedra Continues to Roll with 16-6 Win Over #12 LHP

#2 Ponte Vedra Continues to Roll with 16-6 Win Over #12 LHP

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  via our Submit Game Recap feature!   Scores by Quarter 6-2 at half...Final Score 16-6 Ponte H.S. Sharks over Lake Highland Prep     Leading Scorers per Team Patrick Dotsikas(Merchant Marine Academy commit) for Ponte Vedra had 7 goals, Freddie Amato(Lehigh commit) had 4 goals & 2 assist. For LHP attackman Derek Farwell had 2 goals and 1 assist     Goalies and Number of Saves Freshman Nolan Parlette in goal for PVHS had 9 saves.     Noteworthy events during game This is always a "high profile game". These two teams have met many times in the state final 4 over the years. Ponte Vedra continued to show that they are one of the top teams in the southeast. A very strong, relentless defens...
#22 First Academy Takes 8-4 Win Over West Orange

#22 First Academy Takes 8-4 Win Over West Orange

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photo by David N. Jester   Submitted via our Submit Game Recap feature! Scores by Quarter TFA 2-3-2-1 West Orange 2-2-0-0 Leading Scorers per Team The First Academy were led by PBA Commit Tanner Pohl with 4G and 1 A and David Prinsell with 3 G Matthew Nastasi had 1 G 3 A for West Orange Goalies and Number of Saves TFA: Led by Ryan Olivers 16 Saves and 6 GB WOHS: Sam Malausena had 8 Saves Both are 2 of the top Goalies in Central Florida Noteworthy events during game TFA went down 2-0 and overcame a slow start by leading 5-4 at Half. TFA was able to shut out a good West Orange offense by controlling tempo in the second half. Ryan Oliver got hot in the second half making 10 big consecutive saves for TFA. LSM Josh Thomson led the defense with 9 GB, 3 TA...
District 16 – Jesuit and Plant Lead A Darn Good District

District 16 – Jesuit and Plant Lead A Darn Good District

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Okay, as those who read District 15's preview know there's a bit of an issue on MaxPreps.com on the data so we'll skip the 2018 final regular season standings on this. The FHSAA has placed the following teams in this District for this year: Jesuit of Tampa, HB Plant, Alonso, Berkeley Prep, Jefferson, Robinson, Tampa Catholic and Tampa Prep Oh, and to apologize for my LaxRecords.com podcast goof . . . HALAX, not HALAL . . . not too kosher on that one . . . Jesuit and Plant both had marvelous years last year as indicated in their final rankings of #8 and #11, and both were earned on the field.  Jesuit avenged the regular season loss to Plant in the district final after they eliminated Tampa Catholic and and Plant took down Berkeley Prep.  Jesuit then advanced to the Elite Eight of the FH
District 15 – New Teams But Sickles Still the Favorite, Wiregrass Ranch and Steinbrenner Looking to Climb

District 15 – New Teams But Sickles Still the Favorite, Wiregrass Ranch and Steinbrenner Looking to Climb

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  District 15 unfortunately loses one of the more interesting competitive stories in the state as Kuebrich and Kuebrich has broken apart as the Steinbrenner brother has moved on . . . too good a story to last!  Sickles won this district last year and was a surprise team last year, finishing at #17 in the FLN Final Poll.  They gave Elite Eight participant Jesuit of Tampa a run in the 1st round of the brackets. Steinbrenner also started very strong but faded a little later in the season, having appeared in the Top 25 early in the season and receiving consideration for the final poll.  Wiregrass Ranch had a very good first varsity year and should challenge in the near future. This district also has been reshuffled by the FHSAA, as the teams competing this year are:  Steinbrenner
District 14 – Newsome Continues Its’ Dominance, Will Bloomingdale Catch Up This Year?

District 14 – Newsome Continues Its’ Dominance, Will Bloomingdale Catch Up This Year?

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  Now we are getting into the territory of where the sport most grew last year, the area east of Tampa down towards the Fort Myers area.  We start with District 14, the long-time provenance of Newsome and last year they continued their streak of district titles and made it to the Round of 16 before bowing to Jesuit of Tampa.  Newsome finished at #19 in the Final FLN Poll. We also are getting into the territory of where Tampa Lax Report also covers previews and since I only got one questionnaire returned so far I will also include the link to TLR’s previews. The MaxPreps District 2018 Records seem incomplete and the new FHSAA school listings have this now as Bloomingdale, Durant, Freedom (Tampa - District 16 last year), Newsome and Wharton (District 16 last year) so there’s be
District 13 – Will the All Saints/Bartow/Lakeland Round Robin Continue?

District 13 – Will the All Saints/Bartow/Lakeland Round Robin Continue?

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  District 13 is kind of an overlooked district since it is geographically between the hot spots of Orlando and Tampa and has not had success in the FHSAA bracket games.  Within their area All Saints, Lakeland and Bartow have had success recently in competing for the district title and we’ll see if that continues this season. Lake Wales and Lakeland Christian step up to varsity status in this district and we’ll see how much impact they can bring. Last season’s Regular Season records via MaxPreps (Note: possibility not all results were uploaded):   School Name *W-L *Pct. W-L Pct. GF GA All Saints' Academy 5-0 1.000 13-2 0.867 198 123 Bartow 4-1 0.800 11-2 0.846 179 100 Lakeland 3-2 0.600 7-5 0.583 158 109 Winter Ha
District 12 – Bishop Moore to Continue Dominance with TFA and WP Looking to Narrow the Gap

District 12 – Bishop Moore to Continue Dominance with TFA and WP Looking to Narrow the Gap

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  Bishop Moore is clearly the big program in this district, having played their way to the FHSAA title game last year and finishing tied for #2 in the Final Media Poll.  This year looks to be potentially the same, albeit having to overcome some key losses to both graduation and a very significant transfer to area rival LHP of FOGO Hudson Bohn.  He will not easily be replaced. Last season’s Regular Season records via MaxPreps (Note: possibility not all results were uploaded):   School Name *W-L *Pct. W-L Pct. GF GA Bishop Moore 6-0 1.000 19-3 0.864 308 82 The First Academy 6-1 0.857 12-4 0.750 215 97 Windermere Prep 4-3 0.571 12-7 0.632 189 170 Edgewater 3-3 0.500 9-8 0.529 151 175 Olympia 2-4 0.333 6-10