Bay Area Ballin’ Once Again

Time to handout some more kudos to programs that have been achieving in not just one sport or just one gender. Teams from Manatee to Polk, Pasco and from within Hillsborough and Pinellas have made their mark thus far in their quest to win Floyd E Lay Sunshine Cup all-sports for the 2011-2012 Season. The standings are calculated by several factors with points accrued for titles, runners-up and regional appearances in addition to deductions for incidents in violation of the FHSAA’s level of conduct policy.

The on the field achievements do not include just the boys either, there were many girls teams that made their lists in their respective classifications. The following are the schools from the Bay Area who play football that do not include Holy Names or Tampa Prep. For the full list (boys and girls) see the link below.

Plant (#1 all-sports and in boys)
Palm Harbor University (#3 in all-sports)

Wiregrass Ranch (#7 in all-sports)
Countryside (#7 in all-sports)
Lakeland (#9 in all-sports)
Manatee (#4 in boys)

Lakewood Ranch (#1 all-sports and #3 in boys)
Armwood (tie with Norland for #5 in boys)

Jesuit (#4 in all-sports and #2 in boys)

4A Private
Berkeley Prep (#3 in all-sports and #2 in boys)

2A Private
Canterbury (#1 in all-sports and #3 in boys)
St. Stephen’s Episcopal (#5 in boys)