HOUSTON — As the Rays loudly and wetly celebrated their fourth straight playoff berth and eighth in 15 years, baseball operations president Erik Neander stepped outside the fray Friday night to offer some perspective — and wishful thinking.
Tampa Bay has had a week to settle down after the roiling event of Category 4 Hurricane Ian, and fish — like humans — are trying to get back to normal.
Six teams in the Top 10 either had bye weeks last Friday or had their game cancelled due to weather. Everyone’s in action for a Week 5 schedule that includes a few big ones that will shake up the rankings.
WILDCATS 47 COWBOYS 6NORTHDALE – Wharton forced six turnovers Friday night and Stacy Gage rushed for three touchdowns as the Wildcats blasted Gaither on the road, 47-6.
TAMPA – If you were jonesing for some high school football action and were willing to withstand the weather, you got your fair share of it this past Thursday and Friday nights. Preseason games took placethroughout Hillsborough County and beyond we have your final recaps and scores from Frida…
It’s been an interesting offseason throughout Hillsborough County. There have been head coaching firings, head coaching hirings and, obviously, the slew of transfers all over. But the biggest question that sticks out there is, ‘Who’s got the best team in the county?’. Well, that tough questi…
The high school football season is just around the corner and Varsity Sports Network and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are teaming up to promote programs throughout Hillsborough County.
TAMPA — The Tampa Bay Strikers made a splash last week announcing the club’s new — and first — head coach.
Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic hit, longtime professional golfer and PGA broadcast analyst Gary Koch saw a new need on the course.
TRINITY – When looking for a model of consistency of prep football in Pasco County, the focus should go to the school located on Little Road, a bit north of the Pasco-Pinellas border.
Members of the accomplished Jesuit High golf team that took second place at the Class 2A state tournament this past season made a trip to one of America’s most prestigious courses this month.
The Tampa Bay area’s newest professional sports franchise introduced itself to the community last week, with an emphasis on community.
USF explained the next steps in its plan to build an on-campus football stadium July 6 to a standing-room-only crowd of architecture and construction firms.
For the second time in five months, Bucs fans have felt the blunt force of a major retirement announcement etched on social media.
As an unbeaten defending state champion, there’s no problem with holding your head up a little higher and preparing for the upcoming season with confidence.