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Past articles by Rodney:

20 memorable PGA moments from 20 years at Innisbrook

From John Daly and Erik Estrada to Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth, the Copperhead Course has seen its share of highlights. → Read More

First state basketball title remains elusive for Plant girls

One bad quarter throws the Panthers off their game in a Class 7A loss to Miami. → Read More

If you’re keeping score, 50 years and counting for Eckerd’s Bill Thornton

Thornton, 75, has kept the books for Eckerd College athletics since 1970. “He’s Eckerd through and through." → Read More

St. Petersburg girls soccer ready to make another run at state

The Green Devils’ roster may not be the same, but there is still that mix of youth and experience that served them well a year ago. → Read More

Six Tampa Bay basketball players who are ball hogs in the best way

When it comes to scoring and rebounding, these three girls and guys are among tops in the state. And word to the wise: Stay out of Kailyn Gilbert’s way. → Read More

High school girls basketball rankings for Tampa Bay

Not much change in this week’s rankings as the top teams keep on winning. → Read More

Quest for Olympic gold begins here for U.S. women’s soccer team

The national team, training in Tampa, hopes to follow World Cup supremacy by also conquering the Tokyo Games. → Read More

USF turns attention toward Armwood defensive back, Chamberlain lineman

Ahead of national signing day on Feb. 5, Jalil Core and Cesar Reyes have increased interest from the Bulls. → Read More

Mets standout Pete Alonso visits middle school stomping grounds at Holy Names

The school inducts the reigning National League Rookie of the Year into its Hall of Fame. → Read More

Tampa Bay Tech girls get back on track after holiday slump

The Titans snap a two-game losing streak with a decisive win over Armwood. → Read More

High school girls basketball rankings for Tampa Bay

Prior to winter break, five area teams were unbeaten. Now there is just one. Here are the first rankings of 2020. → Read More

Ten Tampa Bay basketball players who starred in holiday tournaments

Winter break isn’t much of a respite for area high school teams, and these five girls and five boys ruled the court. → Read More

Mitchell High’s Nick Gabrelcik runs away with New Year’s Invitational title

The high school senior wins by seven shots in the rain-shortened 54-hole tournament. → Read More

Academy of the Holy Names falls short in Jaguar Holiday Tournament

The host Jaguars, looking for a fourth straight win, hang around most of the final before fading late vs. Lakeland Santa Fe Catholic. → Read More

Tampa Bay Times’ all-Tampa Bay volleyball

The standouts on the court from Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Hernando counties for the 2019 season. → Read More

Tampa Bay Times’ all-Pinellas County volleyball

Calvary Christian outside hitter Cathryn Long heads up our picks for the top talent in the county. → Read More

Tampa Bay Times’ all-North Suncoast volleyball

Bishop McLaughlin outside hitter Audrey Koenig heads up our picks for the top talent in Pasco and Hernando counties. → Read More

Teams from far and wide flock to Seffner Christian’s holiday basketball tournament

The annual girls tournament now has four brackets at two sites and a waiting list for teams that may cause the event to expand. → Read More

New FSU coach Mike Norvell soothes Largo linebacker Jayion McCluster’s concerns

The senior kept his options open before meeting with the Seminoles coach. Quavon Matthews, meanwhile, sticks with the school (Iowa) that stood by him through injury. → Read More

A basketball season of highs so far for unbeaten Wesley Chapel

Coach Peter Livingston finally has all the pieces in place for a what could be a remarkable run. → Read More