Lowman Law Firm Student-Athlete of The Week (thru 04-13)

Toby Rahman – Boys Weightlifting Springstead – Junior Rahman was the first F.W. Springstead weightlifter to reach states at the 219 pound weight division since Jesse Cowan in 2012. Toby was part of the Eagles’ Hernando County record tying six state qualifiers at the 45th FHSAA Class 2A State Finals at Panama City Beach-Arnold meet. Rahman placed 16th overall with a 325-230—555-pound total Besides lifting, Rahman split time at fullback…

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Lowman Law Firm Student-Athlete of the Week (thru 04-06)

Alec Priede – Boys Tennis Nature Coast Technical – Junior In preparation for districts, Priede won two-of-three matches at No. 2 singles besting Hernando High’s Michael Stults, 6-3, 6-2, and Pasco High’s Jake Albrighton, 6-2, 7-5, before falling at the hands of Jesuit High’s Nick Haggar, 6-1, 6-1. The three-year tennis starter is also a combined 7-2 with three different partners in doubles play for the Sharks this season. Alec,…

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Eagles’ Jasiak hurls 2-hit whitewash, fanning career-high 16 Sharks, 12-0

BASEBALL Springstead wins seventh straight as Lantigua cracks county-leading 10th homer By TONY CASTRO HernandoSport.com BROOKSVILLE – A year ago, a veteran Nature Coast Technical baseball team terrorized the local woods sweeping the county, district and regional titles en route to the school’s first-ever Final Four appearance. On Thursday night, a much different sophomore-ladened NCT squad faced one of the area’s premier arms in Springstead right-hander Jack Jasiak. The result…

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In a photo finish: Sharks edge Pirates, Bulldogs, 13-12-11

2A-7 GIRLS TENNIS Nature Coast’s Reji, Quach capture singles titles while Roseus/Quach win in doubles By TONY CASTRO HernandoSort.com CRYSTAL RIVER – In a photo finish, Nature Coast Technical edged Crystal River and Zephyrhills, 13-12-11, to earn a three-peat district crown Wednesday along the CRHS courts. In the two-day, seven-team Class 2A, District 7 affair, Hernando placed fourth (6.0 points) followed by Citrus (4.0), Weeki Wachee (3.0) and Central (0)….

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