PC Dolphins make YSFL state championship games
The Plant City Dolphins have been active this spring, and the Pee Wee and Mighty Mite teams got to play in championship games this past Saturday.
The teams competed in the Florida Youth Spring Football League in the TCYFCC offseason. The Pee Wees posted a 7-1 record and got to play the Fleming Island Spartans. Fleming Island won the game, 23-6. The Mighty Mites went 5-2-1 and got to play the Inbound Warriors, but inbound scored a 12-8 victory in another hard-fought game.
Several Dolphins players also made the cut for the league’s Pro Bowl games.
PEE WEE D2 PRO BOWL – NORTHWEST REGION
Cason Dash, Elijah Frazier, Vance Parrish
MIGHTY MITE D2 PRO BOWL – NORTHWEST REGION
Reagan Korlacki, Brice Robinson, Henry Pettys
TINY MITE D2 PRO BOWL – WEST REGION
Santana Sheppard, Easton Brevered
Plant City team competes in St. Anthony’s Triathlon
Team Advantage Restoration Plant City had a strong showing at the 2019 St. Anthony’s Triathlon over the weekend, placing third in the Team Male division in Sprint Relays and fourth of 57 teams to have finished the course.
The team of Cleto “Sundy” Chazares, Noah Jones and Nick Thurston finished in 1:14:13. Their swim time of 13:07 and bike time of 32:12 were second-best in the Team Male division.
Local golfers win Manatee 4-H tournament
The 28th annual 4-H Clover Classic Golf Tournament was won not by a Manatee-area team, but by Dover’s own James Irrigation Inc.
Beau James, Mike James, Sean James and Brian Bowes were the four top shots of the day in a tournament of 90 golfers.
Baseball tourneys on deck
Global Sports Alliance’s State Championship tournament for 7U though 18U teams comes to Plant City this weekend.
The tourney runs from Friday through Sunday at Ellis-Methvin Park, Mike Sansone Park, Snowden Park, Plant City Stadium, the Randy L. Larson Softball Four-Plex and the MLK ball fields, as well as the Chain of Lakes complex in Winter Haven.
Admission for fans is $5 at the gate.
Next weekend will see Florida USSSA Baseball’s Mother’s Day Mayhem tournament using multiple fields at Plant City Stadium, Randy L. Larson Softball Four-Plex, Mike Sansone Park, Ellis-Methvin Park and the MLK Complex.
The tourney runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 11 and 12.