Dig Pink champs
The Seabreeze Lady Sandcrabs won the Dink Pink Tournament Saturday, Oct. 15, at Mainland.
The Sandcrabs beat Matanzas, University and Mainland all in straight sets, though they played with only seven for the last two matches, because their homecoming was held on the same night.
Lula Harris led all players with 36 kills and added four blocks, and Shannon Stack: won 20 service points, including 12 aces. Vail Linn added 22 kills, and Kate Roth had 43 assists
Seabreeze and Mainland will begin the district tournament against each other tonight at 7 p.m. at Atlantic.
Mainland boys, runner-ups
The Mainland Bucs have advanced to the Florida High School Golf State Championships for the second year in a row after finishing runner-up in the region tournament with a 313 team score.
Logan Reese led the Bucs with a 72 to finish second overall individually. Scotty Greene scored a 75 to take fifth, and Tyler Reese shot an 81 for 10th. Shane Yelverton and Keith Froling shot an 85 and 87 respectively.
The state championship will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 1-2, at Mission Inn Resort in Howie-In-The-Hills.
Sandcrabs cross country come just short of championship
The Seabreeze Sandcrabs finished runner-up at the Five-Star Conference, missing the championship by four points to New Smyrna on Monday, Oct. 17, in Deland.
Seabreeze played six runners in the Top 20 with an average time of 17:54 of the 10 schools and 184 runners who competed. Logan Horning took third; Shane Brownwig, fourth; Ian Yates, eighth; Nick Barnes, 12th; Jared Bell, 13; Dylan Oakes, 19.
The district meet will be held on Saturday, Oct. 22, at New Smyrna Beach High School.
Dylan Cary, student-athlete of the month
The Ormond Beach Lions Club honored Seabreeze ball player Dylan Cary as its Student-Athlete of the Month for September.
Dylan, who has earned a 3.7 GPA, is a member of the National Honor Society and a football team captain. Dylan plans to enter Daytona State following graduation, followed by UCF. He plans to major in Sports Science.