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By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – In the 35 years John O’Connell has been the coach of the boys’ basketball team at St. Andrew’s he’s led now to four state finals following the 68-58 victory over Chaminade-Madonna on Wednesday. Now the Scots need to win one for the veteran coach. St. Andrew’s was led…

March 5, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – Schoolhouse Prep let its chance at playing for a boys Class 2A state basketball championship slip away. Up by 12 points early in the fourth quarter the Wolfpack saw their lead evaporate only to lose 56-54 in overtime to Impact Christian in a semifinal game at the RP…

March 4, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – The four-year championship drought has expired. Miami High pieced together strong outing on Saturday to defeat Tampa Plant 63-38 for the Class 7A girls state basketball title at the RP Funding Center. After the falling the past two seasons in the state final, the Stingarees (27-5) won their…

March 1, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – The Blanche Ely girls basketball team was assembled to win a state championship. In came coach Henry McNabb and three players over from Somerset Prep that had won back-to-back Class 3A state titles. With those expectations, Blanche Ely erased an 11-point third quarter deficit to earn a 51-46…

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – It’s official, the American Heritage 51-33 victory over Pine Forest for the Class 5A girls state basketball championship was a Wyche-wash. The Patriots 6-foot-3 junior twin towers of Taliyah and Tatyana Wyche combined for 47 points and 24 rebounds to lead their team to a third straight title…

February 29, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer South Florida, primarily Broward and Palm Beach County boys high school basketball teams, will be significantly represented when the FHSAA State Championships begin play next week at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland. Stranahan, the lone state champion returning from last year, survived a close game against Gulliver Prep with…

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – At times it can be difficult to watch, but the steady dose of defense with just enough offense has been the right combination for the Miami High girls’ basketball team. It worked again on Friday at the Stingarees advanced to their third straight state championship game with a…

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – The Palm Beach Lakes girls’ basketball team has seen this scenario play out several times this season. The Rams entered the Class 7A state semifinals with a 1-5 record against teams in the state tournament, including Friday’s opponent Tampa Plant. The result was more of the same as…

By Dave Brousseau Staff writer LAKELAND – The Blanche Ely girls played perhaps their worst game of the season in the Class 6A state semifinal against Winter Haven. Then Mekhia Lumsdon saved the Tigers season and chance for the teams’ first state title since 1992 with a game-winning layup at the buzzer for a 55-53…

February 28, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff writer LAKELAND – It wasn’t just Tatyana and Taiyah Wyche that did all the damage for American Heritage in its Class 5A state semifinal against Bradenton Southeast. The influence of Daniella Aronsky’s season-high six 3-pointers played a crucial role why the Patriots defeated the Seminoles 67-55 at the RP Funding Center…

February 27, 2020