Women Playing for T.I.M.E. co-founder Elaine Lustig (second from left) and WPFT members co-present a $510,000 check to M. D. Anderson Cancer Center — Orlando President/CEO Clarence Brown III (far left) and oncologist Veronica Schimp, D.O. (far right).
The SouthWest Spartans travel baseball team places first in the Grand Slam Slugfest V tournament held in Apopka. Members of the newly formed team are (front, l. to r.) Robbie Henselin, Victor Osuna, Jarret Bambei, Mattie Barrett, Arnaud and Colin Bergeron, Caleb Philbreck, (middle, l. to r.) Jaxon Bambei, Mitchell Stockwell, Matt Jacobs, Stephen Luttrell, Thomas Furry, Brendan Riley, C.J. Cantwell, (back, l. to r.) coaches Scot Bambei and Paul Weaver, and manager Al Osuna.
With a season record of 8-1, Southwest Middle School’s girls soccer team places second in Orange County. Kudos to (front, l. to r.) Amanda Massey, Brooke Harrigan, Madison Lamb, Emily Jones, Kaeli Trail, Caitlyn Brown, Megan Ashton, (second row, l. to r.) Haley Morse, Molly Ortiz, Samantha Boshears, Gianna Fischetti, Hannah Waddell, Larkin and Ireland Frost, Monique Bernier, Emma Canty, (third row, l. to r.) Carmen Rodriguez, Shae Vevera, Sydney Houde, Alexa Reisig, Nikki Trimarche, Mackenzie Lambert, (back, l. to r.) head coach Tommy Sprague, and assistant coach Daniel Isaac.
Congratulations to the following Dr. Phillips High School teams and student athletes who were recently recognized for their accomplishments: Nine seniors have committed to play their respective sports at the collegiate level: Phillip Amone (football), Brigham Young University; Tyler Aycock (diving) Florida Atlantic University; Erika Figueroa (volleyball), East Carolina University; Jack Flaherty (baseball), University of Notre Dame; Walker Haymaker (baseball), Virginia Commonwealth University; Roderick Lawrence (basketball), Morehead State University; Nick Patti (football), Boise State University; Jalen Phillips (baseball), Duke University; and Jecoliah Pratt (softball), Brevard College.
The men’s and women’s swimming teams won their respective Metro Conference championship titles and advanced to their district tournaments. This was the fifth consecutive Metro Conference title for the women and second for the men. At the district meet, for the ninth time in the school’s history, the men were named district champion. The women placed second, just 39 points behind Olympia High School and more than 200 ahead of East Ridge High School.
Nine fall sports teams earned GPAs of 3.5 or higher. Leading the group were men’s golf (3.556), men’s bowling (3.541) and women’s cross country (3.441).
Gabriel Ferreira of Dr. Phillips wins the Boys 10 Singles division of the Junior Summer Slam Local tournament held at Lake Cane Tennis Center. He is congratulated by coach Nelson San Pedro of Dr. Phillips.
Gabriel Ferreira won the Boys 10 Singles division of the Junior Summer Slam Local tournament held at Lake Cane Tennis Center. The Dr. Phillips resident trains at LCTC with coach Nelson San Pedro of Dr. Phillips.
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