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East Lake, Merritt Island Complete Sunshine State Championship Runs
Written by John Tawa
Sunday, 20 November 2011
Brittnay Estes soars to score in East Lake's state championship repeat on Saturday
Nationally-ranked East Lake was so confident that it would win a second
consecutive Florida state championship that after the Eagles defeated DeLand in
a Class 8A semifinal on Friday. Senior OH Brittnay
Estes lifted up her shirt, revealing the word “Repeat” scrawled on her
On Saturday, Estes’ message became reality when the Eagles defeated Wellington,
25-16, 27-29, 25-21, 25-16, to become the first school in Pinellas County
history to win back to back titles.
Senior southpaw Erika Thomas' power was hard to combat in the Florida 3A final, where The First Academy won its fourth straight title
After appearing listless in the first two sets, Evangelical Christian School
had ratcheted up its defense and was playing the kind of scrappy, opportunistic
match that had earned the Sentinels a four-set win over Miami Westminster
Christian in a Florida 3A semifinal the night before.
Westminster Christian, however, did not have a front court presence like 6-2
lefty senior Erika Thomas.
Thomas proved to be the “X” factor, recording 14 kills and six blocks Wednesday
night as The First Academy bested ECS, 25-15, 25-19, 20-25, 25-20, to claim its
fourth consecutive state title.
Berkeley Prep Bucs Off Bishop Moore Challenge for Florida 4A Title
Written by John Tawa
Friday, 18 November 2011
Mackenzie Dagostino used her strong left arm to generate 13 kills for the state champs from Berkeley Prep
The remarkable careers of Tampa Berkeley Prep seniors Mackenzie Dagostino and Jordan
Burgess culminated in a third consecutive Florida state title last night in
Kissimmee, a 25-15, 25-18, 15-25, 25-16 pounding of Orlando Bishop Moore in a
Class 4A tilt most observers thought would go the limit.
Lindsey Owens celebrates a Bishop Moore point in yesterday's semifinal win over The Bolles School
Berkeley Prep, the seventh-ranked team in the nation, and No. 11 Bishop Moore will play tonight for the
Florida 4A title after both teams won semifinal matches yesterday. Berkeley won
a four-set decision over nationally-ranked Cardinal
Gibbons of Fort Lauderdale while Bishop
Moore looked very impressive in sweeping past Jacksonville Bolles.