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Taylor Hancock fired 2-under par 34 to lead Calvary Christian past Clearwater Central Catholic 151-160 Tuesday. The freshman had three birdies and bogey in a round coach Josh Gilmore said could have been even better.
"He had about three birdie putts lip out," Gilmore said. "Otherwise he would have been really, really low."
The Warriors' Aaron Watson (38) and Mike Baskovich (39) also shot under 40. Greg Barrett finished at 38 for CCC.
St. Petersburg Catholic 157, Northside Christian 166
SPC beat the Mustangs for the second time this season behind 36 from Devin Hernandez and 37 from Trey Hill at the Bayou Country Club. David Dresselhaus carded the low round of the day at 34 for the Mustangs.
East Lake 160, Dunedin 163, Largo 262, Gibbs 272
The Eagles (9-0) remained unbeaten with a win at Wentworth, led by a pair from Ryan Stolz and Logan Hand. Dunedin was paced by Wesley Jenson's 38.
Osceola 187, Dixie Hollins 201, Boca Ciega 205
Three Warriors, led by Matt Heinz's 40, shot under 50 at East Bay. Dixie Hollins' Brock Jensen shot a team-low 40.
Indian Rocks Christian d. Bishop McLaughlin
25-14, 25-23, 25-21
Tabitha Henley had 34 assists and Jessica Jones added 12 digs to help the Eagles (7-0, 3-0) beat district foe Bishop McLaughlin and remain unbeaten. Liz Schaner had 11 kills and five digs for IRC, but coach Mark Foster wasn't thrilled with the performance.
"We just never seemed to click out there," he said. "I was just happy to get out of that gym, to be honest."
Countryside d. Alonso
25-13, 25-18, 25-20
The Cougars ran their district record to a perfect 4-0 and raised their season mark to 5-1 with a road victory against the Ravens. Madison Truluck accounted for 17 kills and a pair of aces for Countryside.