WESLEY CHAPEL — The loquaciousness will return soon enough. But now, this week, Mark Kantor doesn’t really have the time. His focus, and Kantor hopes that of the Wiregrass Ranch High football team he coaches, is completely on Lakeland. The Bulls have been here before, and Kantor’s been here a couple times. The "here" being Bryant Stadium, home of the Lakeland Dreadnaughts. It hasn’t gone well. Last year the Bulls hung around for a bit before being blitzed 43-20 in the first round.
TRINITY — Though he has guided the Mitchell High from a football team happy to make the playoffs, to one that expects to advance in them, even Andy Schmitz didn’t see this coming. "Ah, no," said the coach as his undefeated squad readied to host Chamberlain (8-2) as the No. 2 seed in Class 7A, Region 2. "I knew we could be really good. I felt like we could have a loss or two and have a really successful season." Everything else, Schmitz has had a pretty good read on.
HUDSON — So loose, and likely feeling so assured of a third straight trip to the state semifinals, was Ponte Vedra that after Tuesday's third set the Sharks started playing that water bottle flipping game on their bench. One set later, Fivay had the Sharks' attention fully back to the match at hand. Behind a tremendous home crowd and defensive effort, the Falcons forced the defending state runnerup to the limit before falling 25-19, 22-25, 25-9, 23-25, 15-9.
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Selecting a term
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