Mayor Kriseman: Rays Want To “Formally” Look At Split-Season Idea

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Conversations exploring the Tampa Bay Rays’ split-season idea with Montreal may be intensifying.  Rays fans were shocked this summer, and not too happy, to hear about a plan approved by Major League Baseball that would allow the team to pursue splitting its season between St. Petersburg and Montreal.  In order to explore the…

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Seminole, Northeast Football Teams Bond Over Tragedies

SEMINOLE — This past summer, the Seminole High School football program was dealt a tragic blow when one of its young players died before the start of the season. Sophie Delott, 17, who broke ground as the only female player on the team, was killed June 28 after being struck by a vehicle while she…

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Seminole Teen vies for Next Kickboxing World Title, Spot on Olympic team

SEMINOLE — Before he could even walk, Austin Bybee, 16, crawled around the mats at his father’s martial arts gym in Pinellas Park. By the time he was 4, he was training with his father, David Bybee, at the gym, American MMA, and earned his first belt. David, a three-time world champion kickboxer who also…

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Largo High Football Ready to Roll in 2019

FSU commit McCluster among the Packers’ multiple Division I prospects who have bright hopes for team LARGO — Jayion McCluster has plenty to look forward to in the coming years. The soon-to-be Largo senior is one of the most highly rated inside linebackers in the entire country and announced his commitment to continue his football…

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New Largo High Baseball Coach Handles Curveball to Start Season

Former Osceola High star pitcher eager to start moving team in right direction LARGO — Since becoming the new head coach for Largo High School baseball, Taylor Layner has overcome many obstacles in order to set a standard for the 2019 season in a short amount of time. It all started when David Neverline stepped…

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