The 2021-2022 Western Conference Wrestling awards were announced earlier this month, with several Hillsborough County athletes nabbing honors. In the American Division, six Steinbrenner High School wrestlers received first class honors. Joey Vitale (113), Daniel Bush (120), Red Noble (132), Frank Diaz (138), Christian Santana (145) and Colin Bernstein (220) helped lead the Warriors to a second-round berth in the 3A FHSAA Dual Team Wrestling Tournament in January. In the National Division, Freedom High’s Randall Watson (132), and Wharton High’s Nathan Patrick (138) and Jarquez Knight (160) also made First Team.
As efforts continue to remove dead fish from regional waterways, officials from Hillsborough County have compiled some pointers from the Florida Department of Health, to help reduce the risks posed by red tide.
Here are those pointers, shared in a news release from Hillsborough County:
- When possible, stay away from water bodies and beaches where red tide or fish killed by the toxic algae is present.
- Don’t touch or swim near dead fish.
- Wear shoes to prevent injuries from stepping on fish carcasses.
- Keep pets away from water, sea spray, and dead fish affected by red tide.
- Don’t harvest or eat shellfish from an affected area.
- People with chronic respiratory problems should avoid a red tide area.
- If breathing difficulties do not subside after leaving a red tide area or going indoors, contact your health care provider.
For more information on the status of red tide in Hillsborough County and how to report fish kills, visit HCFLGov.net/RedTide.
Published July 28, 2021
Hillsborough County is asking residents to weigh in on what matters most to them.
The county’s 2021 Citizen Survey, launched May 14, asks citizens to share their opinions about quality of life issues.
The survey asks residents to share their opinions on a number of key issues, including: the local economy, public safety, life enrichment and recreation opportunities, self-sufficiency programs for individuals and families, and high-quality community assets, according to a county news release.
The survey is available in both English and Spanish and typically takes 15 minutes to 20 minutes to complete.
Every Hillsborough County resident, including those who live in the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Plant City, are encouraged to take the anonymous online survey, the release says.
The survey will be used as a baseline for future surveys as well as to gather information about the services residents think are most important in this community.
The county’s last Citizen Survey was conducted in 2019 and the results are available to view online.
For more information about the 2021 Citizen Survey and to complete it, visit HCFLGov.net/Survey.
Published May 19, 2021
The Pasco County Commission has confirmed the appointment of Roy Mazur as the county’s new director of building and construction services.
In his new role, which takes effect on April 19, Mazur will receive an annual salary of $125,000.
A national search was conducted before Mazur was selected for the post, according to an agenda memo in the board’s backup materials.
“I’m ecstatic to be here. This is the opportunity of a lifetime. I just can’t wait to get going.” Mazur told the board.
Sally Sherman, assistant county administrator of development services, pointed to Mazur’s credentials and experience as key reasons he will be a good fit for the job.
She said the position is critical.
“We’re being presented with an unprecedented amount of work that is coming to us, as a branch,” Sherman said.
At the same time it is responding to greater demand, it also is trying to improve service delivery, she said.
Mazur has held positions at WRA Engineering, Southwest Florida Water Management District, Hillsborough County and Autodesk.
He is a Florida professional engineer, a certified planner and he holds bachelor’s degrees from the University of South Florida and from Florida State University, according to the agenda packet.
There’s no doubt the county’s building and construction services department has been busy.
Sherman pointed to some statistics contained in the agenda backup, as evidence of the amped up activity.
In calendar year 2020, the county had 5,741 residential single family permits, A 32% increase over the previous year.
It had 581 new commercial permits in 2020, a 16.7% increase over the previous year.
Published March 24, 2021
National and local news reports show images of long lines of vehicles waiting to obtain COVID-19 vaccinations, as efforts continue to improve the process for signing up for the shots, and to speed the production and distribution of the vaccines.
President Joe Biden last week announced that the United States signed a final contract for 100 million more Moderna and 100 million more Pfizer vaccines. The news came during a Feb. 11 speech at the National Institutes of Health.
Biden also said that 100 million doses that were promised by the end of June now will be delivered by the end of May, and that the country is on track to have enough supply for 300 million shots by the end of July.
A public-private partnership has been launched, as well, with vaccinations being distributed through 21 national pharmacy partners and networks of independent pharmacies representing over 40,000 pharmacy locations across the country. The effort is part of a national strategy to expand equitable access to the vaccines. (More information is available at CDC.gov/covid19)
Participating chains nationwide include Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Publix, Costco and Winn-Dixie. To find participating local pharmacies, check those companies’ websites.
The retail pharmacy efforts are in addition to ongoing distributions coordinated through local public health departments.
So far, based on Gov. Ron DeSantis’ order, COVID-19 vaccinations are limited to long-term care facility residents and staff; individuals age 65 and older; and, health care personnel with direct patient contact.
Hospital providers also may vaccinate persons deemed extremely vulnerable to COVID-19.
Pasco County seniors can register through the Pasco County health department’s portal.
They also can register through participating private pharmacies.
In Hillsborough County, seniors can pre-register for the state’s portal and reserve their space in line. The state will contact them once it is their turn for a vaccine. Additionally, they can register through participating private pharmacies.
Florida has no county residency requirement, so individuals can attempt to secure an appointment through any of these options.
Despite increased supplies and more vaccination options, Pasco County commissioners said they continue to hear from constituents who are frustrated about not being able to get registered for a shot.
At their Feb. 9 meeting, Commissioner Kathryn Starkey told her colleagues: “I am concerned and want to be sure that we’re doing all we can, that our senior citizens who don’t have access to computers and aren’t computer savvy, are able to figure out how to get on. I’m hearing this over and over again.”
She thinks the county needs to do more to help.
Commissioner Jack Mariano agreed. He’d like to see a system that would allow people to sign up and be put on a waiting list, and then to be notified when a vaccine becomes available.
That would be better, he said, “even if you’re going to be (number) 135,000 — as opposed to not getting in the system.”
Starkey reiterated her concerns: “The queue is the queue. I’m just saying, some people don’t know how to get in the queue.”
County Administrator Dan Biles noted there is a telephone number that people can call to make appointments.
Starkey responded: “I know, but it’s really hard to get through.
Biles observed: “You have 100,000 people trying to get 1,000 shots. It’s going to be hard to get through right now.”
Meanwhile, across the country, 52.9 million COVID-19 vaccines have been distributed, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of COVID-19 cases nationally stood at more than 27.4 million, as of Feb. 14, and there has been a downward trend in cases for the past 30 days. The death toll for COVID-19 related cases stood at 482,536.
In Florida, the total number of positive cases exceeded 1.82 million, and there were 28,779 resident deaths, as of Feb. 14, according to data recorded on the Florida Department of Health’s COVID-19 dashboard.
The figures stood at 31,348 positive resident cases in Pasco County, and 642 deaths; and at 105,531 positive resident cases and 1,397 deaths in Hillsborough County.
In Pasco County: Go to PatientPortalFl.com to complete an account with CDR Maguire Health & Medical for upcoming appointments, or call 1-844-770-8548. New appointments open up every Sunday at 2 p.m., for the following week, and are typically filled within minutes.
In Hillsborough County: Call 866-200-3896, TTY 844-251-5532, or visit MyVaccine.fl.gov.
National Retail Pharmacy Program: Some retail pharmacies also are participating in a public-private partnership to administer COVID-19 vaccinations. Check the website of individual retail pharmacies to find out more.
For the most recent COVID-19 vaccination information, check with your local health department websites.
Published February 17, 2021
Hillsborough County’s Sunshine Line provides door-to-door transportation and bus passes for elderly, low-income, and people with disabilities who do not have or cannot afford their own transportation, according to the Hillsborough County website.
Transportation is provided for medical and social service appointments, grocery trips, health and wellness, personal business and more.
Sunshine Line continues to provide service with COVID-19 precautions in place.
Trips are prioritized based on trip purpose and provided on a space-available basis.
Eligibility for the program is based on income, age, disabilities, available transportation and where the transportation is needed.
To find out if you’re eligible and to enroll in the door-to-door service program, call Sunshine Line at 813-272-7272, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (The same number and hours apply for making reservations).
When calling to enroll, be prepared to provide the following information: Name, address and telephone number, Social Security number, date of birth, type of disability and household income.
Reservations for the service must be made at least two days in advance, but can be made up to seven days early.
Return trips are scheduled when you make your trip reservation.
Callers currently are being screened for COVID-19 symptoms and exposure to protect all riders.
All vehicles are wheelchair accessible, but wheelchairs that are larger than 30 inches wide by 48 inches long, as measured 2 inches from the ground, cannot be transported.
The wheelchairs also cannot weigh more than 600 pounds when occupied.
Transportation is provided Monday through Saturday, and is provided to the nearest location available. The drivers will not go into the building to find the customer, but will offer to assist to and from the building and into the vehicle, including help with the seatbelt and securing the wheelchair.
Changes to return times will be accepted, when possible.
Seating is limited in vehicles, and masks are required for passengers and drivers to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Published January 20, 2021
Hillsborough County voters will go to the polls on Aug. 18 to make their voices heard, in the 2020 Primary Election.
Of course, some voters will take advantage of early voting before then, and others will cast their ballots by mail.
It remains unclear how concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic will affect voter turnout, but election supervisors in both Hillsborough and Pasco counties have reported efforts to ensure the safety of both poll workers and voters.
Such measures include social distancing and ongoing cleaning. As a result, lines at the polls could be longer, the supervisors in both counties have said.
In Hillsborough County, the Clerk of the Circuit Court race is a universal primary, meaning all voters can vote in this election, regardless of party affiliation. Candidates Kevin Beckner and Cindy Stuart are vying for that seat.
On the ballot for Democrats, voters will be selecting candidates for the District 1 and District 3 seats on the Hillsborough County Commission.
Harry Cohen and Jen McDonald are vying to be their party’s choice in the race for Hillsborough County Commission, District 1.
In the race for District 3 on the county board, there’s a five-way race among Ricardo “Rick” Fernandez, Gwen Myers, Frank Reddick, Thomas Scott and Sky U. White.
In the race for Tax Collector, it’s a face-off between April Griffin and Nancy C. Millan.
On the Republican ballot, Charles Brian Boswell and Chad Chronister are competing to be their party’s nominee in the race for Hillsborough County Sheriff.
Scott Franklin and Ross Spano are vying for District 15, in the U.S. House of Representatives.
In the Hillsborough County Commission, District 1 seat, Scott Levinson is facing off against Tony Morejon.
There are four nonpartisan seats up for grabs on the seven-member Hillsborough County School Board.
Competitors in District 1 are Nadia Combs, Steve Cona, Ben “Floridaman” Greene and Bill Person.
In District 3, the candidates are Alexandra Gilmore, Leo Haggerty, Mitch Thrower, Jessica Vaughn and Rick Warrener.
Those competing in District 5 are Elvis Piggott, Tammy Shamburger, Selena Ward
and Henry “Shake” Washington.
In District 7, the candidates are Lynn Gray, Sally A. Harris, Jeffrey Alex James Johnson and Angela Schroden.
There also are a number of nonpartisan judge races on the ballot.
Voters have the option to vote early at 24 locations through Hillsborough County. The early polling sites are open through Aug. 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Voters can also drop their Vote By Mail ballots off at Early Voting sites during Early Voting hours.
Go to HillsboroughVotes.org, for more election information and for early polling locations.
Hillsborough County Registered Voters*
*As of 08/09/2020
Source: Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections
Published August 12, 2020
Hillsborough County has launched a COVID-19 dashboard to help residents keep themselves better informed, to enable them make the best decisions to keep them and their families safe, according to a county news release.
The dashboard is accessible at HCFLgov.net/COVID19Dashboard.
The dashboard provides data on testing numbers, positive cases, and the number of COVID-19 patients being treated in local hospital systems.
Users can scroll through visual data charts and click on icons to review the information.
Most of the numbers are updated twice daily. The data related to coronavirus testing is updated once each week.
Sources for the data include the Florida Department of Health, Tampa General Hospital Data Exchange, the United States Census Bureau, and the Florida Office of Economic Development.
Published July 22, 2020
Hillsborough County’s annual Hiking Spree is back, with some new twists, turns and challenges.
The hiking extravaganza, now in its fourth year, encourages people to exercise, explore the outdoors, and experience nature through the county’s numerous parks and preserves.
The 2020 Hiking Spree trail list features 24 trails at 21 locations throughout the county.
Five of those parks sit within The Laker Lutz News coverage area: Carrollwood Village Neighborhood Park, Lake Conservation Park, Lettuce Lake Conservation Park, Upper Tampa Bay Trail— Lutz Lake Fern, and Brooker Creek Headwaters Nature Preserve.
The Hiking Spree is designed to offer something for everyone from hiking rookies to seasoned outdoor enthusiasts. Hikers can walk paths near their homes, but also are encouraged to explore new terrain throughout the county.
Here’s how it works: Hikers who complete at least eight trails between Nov. 1 and March 31, 2020 can earn a patch, a medallion for a walking stick or a dog tag. Hikers may repeat any trail twice for credit provided they occur on different dates. Participants may hike on their own, with a dog, with others or on guided park staff hikes.
Most trails range from less than a mile to more than 4 miles, labeled from easy to strenuous.
To captivate more daring hikers, lengthier trails ranging from nearly 7 miles to over 9 miles are new this year — at Alafia River Corridor Nature Preserve North and South locations in Plant City and Lithia, and Lower Green Swamp Nature Preserve in Plant City.
Incorporating some longer trails was requested by Hiking Spree participants last year, said Hiking Spree program coordinator Chris Kiddy, who also works for the county’s conservation and environmental lands management division.
Said Kiddy: “We’ve introduced a lot of people to hiking over the last few years with this, and some of the feedback we were hearing from last year was, ‘Hey, I love this, but I’d really like some longer hikes.’”
The Hiking Spree has shown to be a hit since introduced in 2016 by the county’s parks and recreation department.
About 1,000 people participated in the inaugural year, growing to about 3,700 participants in 2018-2019. County parks and recreation officials this year are hoping for as many 5,000 participants.
Kiddy has witnessed the surge over the years, as he gets trails ready each year and participates in the hiking challenge himself.
He put it like this: “What we hear more than anything from people is that they’re just amazed by how many opportunities that they have to see nature in Hillsborough County. We have over a million people in this area and you kind of think that it’s just this huge, urban area, (but) we have these little hidden places all over the county that are just places you can go to escape and get in touch with nature.”
While most parks and preserves and trails are rotated in and out of the Hiking Spree each year, a few locations are constants because of their popularity.
That includes Lettuce Lake, one of the county’s most visited parks, at 6920 East Fletcher Ave., in Tampa.
More than half of the park’s property lies in the natural floodplain of the Hillsborough River, consisting of a hardwood swamp forest. The remainder of the park consists of hardwood hammocks and pine flatwoods plant communities.
Within the park is a 1.25-mile paved exercise trail and 3,500-foot boardwalk with an observation tower that provides scenic views of the Hillsborough River and the opportunity to see all sorts of wildlife, from wading birds and songbirds, to alligators.
Kiddy said of the spot: “Pretty much everything you can possibly see in nature you see right there in that small area, I think that’s why people enjoy that so much.”
Another hiking favorite is the 1.25-mile Singing Bluffs Trail at Edward Medard Conservation Park, 95256 South County Road 39 in Plant City.
“That’s another one where you see a lot of wildlife,” Kiddy said, “and that one is also really cool and unique because it uses some old phosphate mines as part of the trail, so there’s some elevation changes on that trail that people seem to really enjoy.”
Organizers this year also have added a new adventure challenge called “Trail Magic.”
Each week, hikers will be given clues and directions on the county’s social media accounts to locate a hidden “Trail Magic” spot on a trail and then become eligible for a free prize.
The hidden spot will rotate between each of the designated Hiking Spree trails and will have signs showing off the giveaway you could win, once you locate it. Giveaways will range from hiking supplies to massage gift certificates.
Kiddy said the concept derives from thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail to describe an unexpected act of kindness or goodwill that lifts a hiker’s spirits. In that environment, it’s often something as simple as being offered a snack or drink by a passing hiker or an onlooker offering a hot meal and a shower at their cabin.
“We just kind of wanted to play on that and approach providing some ‘trail magic’ of our own for the hiking spree,” Kiddy said.
This year’s Hiking Spree will be celebrated with a kickoff party on Nov. 9 at 9 a.m., at Upper Tampa Bay Park, 8001 Double Branch Road in Tampa.
The event will include games, nature arts and crafts, outdoor workshops, and classes on orienteering, knot tying, how to make your own hiking stick, and more. A variety of hikes will be offered, including a plant ID hike, birding hike, bug walk, and kids hike.
Registration for the Hiking Spree is available at hcflgov.net/hikingspree. Cost is free, though there is a $2-per-vehicle fee to enter some parks.
Also of note: The county is seeking volunteers to join its new Trail CATS (County Associated Trail Stewards) stewardship program, to help county staff maintain existing trails and explore new trail opportunities. Duties may include blazing and trimming trails, inspecting trails, installing signs, and other trail-related tasks.
Here is the list of parks and trails for the 2020 Hiking Spree:
Neighborhood Parks and Recreation Centers — short, paved, trails with water and facilities
- All People’s Life Center: All People’s Fitness Trail (0.4 miles)
- Branchton Neighborhood Park: Gray Fox Fitness Trail (0.75 miles)
- Carrollwood Village Neighborhood Park: Laurel Oak Fitness Trail (1 mile)
- Dover District Neighborhood Park: Arrowhead Fitness Trail (1.2 miles)
- Jackson Springs Neighborhood Park: Conejo Fitness Trail (0.5 miles)
- Ruskin/Baudette Neighborhood Trail: Quiet Pines Fitness Trail (0.5 miles)
- Stephen J. Wortham Park: Bluestem Hiking Trail, Sand Pine Trail (3.1 miles total)
Conservation Parks — mid-range, well-maintained paths and trails
- Alderman’s Ford Conservation Park: Two Rivers Loop, Rivers Edge Trail (2.2 miles total)
- Edward Medard Conservation Park: Singing Bluffs (1.25 miles)
- Eureka Springs Conservation Park: Peaceful Paths Trail (0.75 miles)
- Lake Conservation Park: Tortoise Trail (3.2 miles)
- Lettuce Lake Conservation Park: Limpkin Loop, Cypress Dome (2.2 miles total)
- Upper Tampa Bay Conservation Park: Bobcat, Eagle, and Otter Trails (1.7 miles)
- Upper Tampa Bay Trail—Lutz Lake Fern: Robin Trail (3.3 miles)
Nature Preserves— No facilities, subject to daily conditions
- Alafia River Corridor Nature Preserve-North: Old Mine Trail (7 miles)
- Alafia River Corridor Nature Preserve-South: Chito Branch Trail (6.7 miles)
- Alderman’s Ford Nature Preserve: Riverbend Trail (3.5 miles)
- Brooker Creek Headwaters Nature Preserve: Ramblewood Trail (3.6 miles)
- Camp Bayou Nature Preserve: River Ramble Trail (2 miles)
- Lower Green Swamp Nature Preserve: Cone Ranch Trail (9.5 miles)
- Wolf Branch Nature Preserve: Salty Trail (2 miles)
For information or to register, visit hcflgov.net/hikingspree.
Published October 30, 2019
The 2019 Florida high school football regular season has reached the midway point. Here’s a closer look at how teams and players are faring from The Laker/Lutz News coverage area.
At the midway mark, there are three programs sporting undefeated records — Academy at the Lakes, Gaither and Steinbrenner. What do each have in common? Potent offenses backed by efficient, veteran quarterback play.
- Academy at the Lakes is averaging over 39 points per game. Junior quarterback Jalen Brown, a fourth-year starter, has completed 55% of throws for 785 yards, 14 touchdowns and three interceptions. He’s also the team’s leading rusher (445 rush yards, six touchdowns).
- Gaither is averaging over 38 points per game. Senior quarterback Tony Bartalo, a two-year starter, has completed 63% of throws for 1,320 yards, 19 touchdowns and three interceptions. He currently boasts multiple Division I offers.
- Steinbrenner is averaging over 48 points per game. Senior quarterback Haden Carlson, a three-year starter, has completed 64% of throws for 783 yards, 12 touchdowns and one interception. He is a FIU (Florida International University) verbal commit.
Also notable: Wiregrass Ranch (5-1) has received stellar quarterback play from sophomore Rocco Becht, who’s posted a 56% completion rate, 936 passing yards, 13 touchdowns and two interceptions.
Entering the 2019 season, Land O’ Lakes and Zephyrhills were expected to build off winning seasons and compete for a playoff spot in their respective classifications. But early season struggles has all dampened those hopes for both teams.
- The Gators finished 7-3 last season — its first winning campaign since 2013. But, they’ve hobbled to a 0-5 start before finally securing a 44-0 win over Freedom last week. A team thin on seniors and an anemic running game has magnified the struggles.
- One of the most consistent and dominant programs in Pasco County in recent years, the Bulldogs haven’t lost four or more games since 2012 and haven’t missed the postseason since 2013. But after losing 22 seniors from last year’s 11-1 squad, the Bulldogs have shown less bark this season. They lost their first three games, but have begun to show life with recent road wins against Wesley Chapel and Tarpon Springs, respectively.
New coaches finding their way
- Sunlake has jumped to a respectable 3-3 mark under first-year head coach Trey Burdick, holding his own in assuming the role previously held by one of the county’s winningest coaches in Bill Browning. Under Burdick, the team is on pace to surpass the 4-6 mark the program has had each of the past two seasons. Better yet, Burdick, a longtime assistant under Browning, steered the Seahawks to a 34-23 victory over crosstown rival Land O’ Lakes in the annual ‘Butter Bowl’ showdown.
- New Pasco head coach Jason Stokes already has led the struggling program to as many wins as it did all of last season. And while the 2-4 mark doesn’t seem all that great, the Pirates have battled hard in one possession losses to Sunlake and Springstead, respectively. With that, this year’s “9-Mile War” rivalry game against Zephyrhills should provide some more intrigue; Zephyrhills has won the past four contests. Stokes is no stranger to being a head coach in the Tampa Bay area — he steered Gaither to three playoff appearances between 2011 to 2016, and also had stints at Bloomingdale and Middleton, respectively.
Here’s a look at a top statistical performer from each high school in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area:
- Reggie Johnson II, Carrollwood Day, junior defensive end: 15 tackles, three sacks
- Hussein Hafiz, Freedom, senior linebacker: 12 tackles (five for loss), three sacks
- Deveon Knighton, Gaither, senior receiver: 28 receptions, 431 yards, six touchdowns
- Deon Silas, Steinbrenner, junior tailback: 828 all-purpose yards, 11 touchdowns
- Adrian Leverette, Academy at the Lakes, junior tailback: 379 scrimmage yards, five touchdowns
- Jack Miller, Bishop McLaughlin, freshman receiver: 19 receptions, 502 yards, three touchdowns
- Jehlani Warren, Cypress Creek, senior quarterback: 57% completions, 515 passing yards, five touchdowns, three interceptions
- Ethan Forrester, Land O’ Lakes, senior quarterback, 39% completions, 790 passing yards, seven touchdowns, four interceptions; 336 rushing touchdowns, five touchdowns
- Gabriel Barnes, Pasco, junior linebacker: 49 tackles, 20 hurries, three sacks
- Mark Anderson, Sunlake, junior receiver: 475 all-purpose yards, three touchdowns
- Brenden Maddox, Wesley Chapel, senior fullback/linebacker: 269 rush yards, four touchdowns; 45 tackles (six for loss)
- Keith Walker, Wiregrass Ranch, senior receiver: 735 all-purpose yards, 10 touchdowns
- Tyler Davis, Zephyrhills Christian, senior tailback: 616 rush yards, six touchdowns
- Zyree Roundtree, junior tailback: 483 rush yards, four touchdowns
Schools in Laker/Lutz News coverage area (and their current 2019 records)
- Carrollwood Day School Patriots (0-5 overall)
- Freedom High School Patriots (1-4)
- Gaither High School Cowboys (5-0)
- Steinbrenner High School Warriors (5-0)
- Academy at the Lakes Wildcats (eight-man) (4-0 overall)
- Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School Hurricanes (1-5)
- Cypress Creek Middle High School Coyotes (2-3)
- Land O’ Lakes High School Gators (1-5)
- Pasco High School Pirates (2-4)
- Sunlake High School Seahawks (3-3)
- Wesley Chapel High School Wildcats (2-3)
- Wiregrass Ranch High School Bulls (5-1)
- Zephyrhills Christian Academy Warriors (3-2)
- Zephyrhills High School Bulldogs (2-3)
Published October 2, 2019