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Pasco Prep Report

A prep sports blog

A roundup of local sports briefs from Pasco County schools and area athletes.

Wicks named Anclote athletic director

BY ANDY VILLAMARZOTribune correspondent

Anclote High football coach Matt Wicks will be doubling up his work load at the school. The only coach the Sharks have known in their short history will add the responsibility of athletic director to his duties, Wicks said Tuesday.

Wicks will replace Heidi Michaels, who stepped away from the athletic director position after the 2013-2014 school year concluded.

Wicks has led the Sharks to two postseason berths and in 2013 the school claimed its first district championship in football. Wicks will be heading into his sixth season as the head coach.

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Rohrberg leaves Sunlake to take Newsome baseball coach job

Published:   |   Updated: July 7, 2014 at 03:48 PM
BY JARRETT GUTHRIETribune correspondent

Sunlake High’s Dick Rohrberg has been named the baseball coach at Newsome High, Wolves athletic director Paul Lindstrom announced Monday.

Rohrberg replaces replacing Bill Highsmith, who stepped down following the 2014 season.

Rohrberg went 73-85 during the last six seasons as the head coach at Sunlake, including a 20-10 record this season leading the Seahawks to a Class 5A state semifinals. Sunlake battled from the district runner-up spot, topping Hernando, Pasco and North Marion in region games before falling to Jesuit 3-0 in the state semifinal.

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Castelamare steps down at Academy at the Lakes

Published:   |   Updated: July 7, 2014 at 01:33 PM
BY ANDY VILLAMARZOTribune correspondent

John Castelamare is retiring after 43 years of coaching football.

The longtime staple in Pasco County stepped down Monday at Academy at the Lakes and will be replaced by his top assistant, Shawn Brown, according to athletic director Tom Haslem.

Castelamare took over the football program at AATL in March, 2010 and helped bring immediate results, as the Wildcats have qualified and made deep runs in postseason playing 6-man and 7-man football.

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