Cambria Garvelink catches up with former Hillsborough HS triple jumper Jeremiah Green who is competing in his last NCAA Championship as a collegiate athlete.
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Andy Warrener recaps the 2018 Charles Johnson Jr. Invitational.
We take a look at the top returning girls teams in 3A.
Andy Warrener recaps the 3A Region 3 Championship held at Clearwater High School.
Andy Warrener recaps the Hillsborough County Championships.
Hillsborough hurdler/jumper Daneesha Davidson has decided to make the short trip up I-4 for college and attend UCF. Davidson is the 4th ranked senior 300m hurdler in the state of Florida with a personal best of 43.78, which ranks 38th nationally for the class of 2017. She also boasts a PR of 39'1" in the triple jump. We caught up with Davidson, who says she will be competing in both events at the next level, to talk about the recruiting process, her goals for 2017 and more.
Inclement weather nearly torpedoed the Vernon Korhn Hillsborough County Track and Field Championships Tuesday. The 4x800m got off and a few field events got scored before a deluge and lightning forced everyone indoors. Meet officials elected to postpone the meet until later in the evening and run timed finals. It proved to be the right call as the weather relented and the rest of the meet ran smoothly.
Hillsborough High School has a 1-2 knockout punch in senior Jada Roberson and sophomore Daneesha Davidson. The duo has the scoring potential to keep the Terriers at the top of the team standings in most meets.
For the Hillsborough boys, it came down to the last event and the last two laps to eke out a nail-shredding victory over a hard-charging Steinbrenner team. The Terrier boys, typically dominant through the field events, took the early lead.
Next year, Hillsborough High School triple jumper Dwayne Lawson will be wholly focused on the game of football.
The 19th Annual Charles Johnson Invitational got some north-Florida infusion on Saturday. Typically, a Hillsborough County-heavy tournament, many area teams split off for the Wharton Invitational, opening up slots for teams like Sebastian River and Tallahassee Godby to mix it up with area teams. The Sebastian River Sharks, at least the girls team, will have a pleasant ride home as they took the team title with 105 points to Tampa’s Freedom with 91.
There is no doubt Florida is one of the most talented states in the country when it comes to track and field. We wanted to honor the best of the best with our 2013 Track & Field Athlete of the Year Awards. Jeremiah Green of Hillsborough High School is our winner in the Boys Field Event category. Green claimed indoor and outdoor national titles in the triple jump, clearing 50 feet in five track and field meets this season, and posting the longest leap in the nation for 2013.
Hillborough High's Jeremiah Green is the best in the nation at what he does -- but he often has to explain exactly what it is. (via www.myfoxtampabay.com)
Pine Forest senior Johna Whitaker and Hillsborough senior Jeremiah Green are this week's Athletes of the Week. Whitaker tore up the hurdles at the Mobile Challenge of Champions. She finished second in the 100 hurdles with a state leading and US#5 time of 13.73 finishing second to Kendell Williams of Georgia. In the 300's she posted another state leading time and US#5 mark of 42.42. Green set new personal bests in the 100,200 and long jump, as well as winning the triple jump to score 40 points for Hillsbourough giving his team a conference championship. Four days later, Green leaped an outstanding 52-1.75 to set a new personal best, and US#1 mark in the triple jump at the Florida Relays.
Hillsborough High sprinter Jorian Ordway may have developed her athletic prowess before she was even born. (via Tampa Bay Times)
The Vanguard Award Selection Committee is proud to announce that Jeremiah Green, a senior from Hillsborough High School, has been selected as the October Student Athlete of the Month.
Hillsborough junior Jeremiah Green, who last week shot to the top of the national prep leader board of the triple jump, has been accepted to compete in the New Balance Indoor National Indoor Track and Field Championships in New York City, Terriers coach Joe Sipp said. (via www.tboblogs.com)
Hillsborough junior Jeremiah Green and Miami Northwestern sophomore Lloydricia Cameron are this week's Warriors of the Week. Green unleashed a monster jump of 50-6.5 to win the Charles Johnson Invitational. Cameron won both the shot put and discus at the Louie Bing Classic with season best marks of 40-11 and 135-4.
It's one thing to be a promising athlete. It's an entirely different matter to be one who has already proven they are among the best in their sport. (via TBO.com)