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Arm cast is not a deterrent for this soccer standout

It has been easy to spot Newsome High soccer standout Jackie Simpson during the past few seasons. The tall and physical senior has made her presence known wherever she has played for the Wolves in her career, dominating ...

Published on 12/21/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Girls soccer: Lott, Plant City get past East Bay

Plant City High's Ericka Lott said that when this season started, the team was aware of the Raiders' struggles historically in girls soccer. All season, the freshman forward and her team have been trying to change the cu...

Published on 01/20/11
Updated on 03/19/13
Newsome runners are 'in a good place'

The numbers for Newsome High's cross country team are a good place to start appreciating its health.

Published on 09/15/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Fullback ready again for workhorse role

While one player does not make a team, the impact one player has on a team can be immense. Just ask the Newsome Wolves.

Published on 08/17/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Newsome hires new baseball coach

Newsome has hired Brian Black as its new baseball coach, Wolves athletic director Paul Lindstrom announced Thursday.

Published on 06/30/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Newsome's Dobler thrives on hard work

Kyle Paladini can't help but chuckle when recalling the first time he met Chandler Dobler.

Published on 02/10/10
Updated on 03/22/13
Gonzalez sparks Newsome's rally

Prior to the whistle to start the first overtime in Tuesday's Class 5A-Region 2 semifinal between Plant City and Newsome, Wolves coach Neal Rickmers got the attention of Raiders coach Stephen Rossiter and simply shook hi...

Published on 02/10/10
Updated on 03/22/13
Newsome eliminates familiar opponent, East Bay

Karina Gutsche spurred Newsome's 3-1 win in the 5A-Region 2 semifinals to eliminate rival East Bay.

Published on 02/03/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Freshmen golfers pace Newsome team

Newsome High's top two golfers started the season as newcomers to the Wolves program. However, freshmen Colin Julian and Brian Allen have showed youth has nothing to do with success.

Published on 09/23/09
Updated on 03/23/13