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D1 Sports Training and Generation Food Truck are teaming up to host an “Epic Dodgeball” tournament for charity.
The game started back in April, and was finally completed with dark clouds still threatening much of Tampa Bay.
For the second day in a row, the game has been called due to the bad weather.
The Chamberlain High School Chiefs were facing the Freedom High School Patriots when weather turned ugly on Tuesday night.
The Carrollwood Day School’s girls’ tennis team didn’t take home the title, but they have strong prospects for the coming years.
CABA will sponsor a networking event on the links April 10.
This is the second time in its history the basketball team will take part in the tourney.
With the NCAA tournament now in full swing, Carrollwood-Northdale Patch is on a mission to determine which venue in the area has the most TVs.
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Philip Snyder, a doctor of chiropractic medicine, has worked with Olympic medalists and professional football, baseball and basketball players.
Carrollwood Day School’s Nick Rodriquez struck the milestone during the Patriot’s game against Santa Fe Catholic.
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