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Not only did TCHS Cross Country Boys win the District Meet on Friday October 25th, but this past weekend they knocked out past year’s State Champs and Regional favorite Colonial to take the win by 9 points in Gainesville. Timber Creek Cross Country Girls Rallied but came out with a 12th place. Overall it’s become a great season for the team! It’s not over yet! Briana Burnett and the Boys Varsity Team will be competing in Tallahassee Saturday November 8th!
This Friday the team leaves to fight for a State Title. TCHS is expected to place 4th, but so far this season they have proven themselves to be better than anyone has expected.
Go TCHS Boys! Go Briana! Bring home a win!
Timber Creek High School
Cross Country Schedule 2013
Date Meet/Location Time_
October 19-JV/V East Metro Championship/Lake Nona HS 7:00AM
October 26-V District 4A-4/Baldwin Park, FL TBA
November 2-V Region 4A-1/Gainesville, FL 7:00AM
November 9-V 4A State Championship /Tallahassee, FL 7:00AM
Head Boys and Girls Coach- David Gardner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Assistant Girls Coach- Erika Inglis (Erika.email@example.com)
Assistant Boys Coach – Mitch King (Kmitchell2009@knights.ucf.edu)
Also that same night is Physical Night from 5-7pm in the TC cafeteria. The cost is just $20 and benefits Timber Creek, the proceeds go towards medical supplies, tape, band aids, etc. You can also turn in physicals to the trainers during this time.
only equipment the kids are required to provide is cleats. Everything else is provided. Padded girdles are recommended, but not required.
To practice with the team you MUST have a valid physical on file. Forms can be picked up in the front office. Come to physical night July 29th
The TCHS Boosters are excited to launch our new website for the 2013/2014 school year. In order to make sure every sport has equal representation we are looking for Liaison’s from each of the sports to help keep the website up to date with the each sports latest and greatest news.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact your head coach and have them notify us that you will be representing their sport. We are planning on having some high level training sessions to help train everyone.
By Austin Lyon, Bright House Sports Network
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 05, 2013, 1:54 PM
Last Updated: Wednesday, June 05, 2013, 1:54 PM
It didn’t take Timber Creek long to find its next boys basketball coach.
David Bailey, who spent the last seven seasons at Winter Park and won back-to-back state championships in 2010-11, has accepted the coaching position at Timber Creek.
Bailey replaces Ron Schadegg, who coached Timber Creek for 11 years. Schadegg was hired last week at his alma mater, Mater Dei High, in Illinois.
“The big thing is that they’d offered me a different position than what I was teaching at Winter Park. I’m teaching history at Winter Park and I’ll be doing P.E. at Timber Creek,” Bailey said. “It’s also closer to my house which means more time with my family. Those were the big factors.”
Bailey, who also spent time coached at Orlando Lutheran Academy and Cypress Creek, compiled a 158-59 record in seven seasons as Winter Park. With Austin Rivers leading the way, the Wildcats won consecutive Class 6A state titles.
Winter Park went 17-11 last year, losing to Treasure Coast in the first round of the 8A regional playoffs.
“This is one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do,” Bailey said. “I was very fortunate, very lucky in this position and it’s not easy leaving Winter Park.”
Timber Creek went 18-9 last season and returns one of the area’s top guards, Stuckey Mosley.
“They’re very well coached and I know the program is in good shape,” Bailey said. “I hope to continue the tradition they’ve established here at Timber Creek.”
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Tension was building at Lake Highland’s boys lacrosse practice during a hot March afternoon.
The Highlanders lost to North Palm Beach Benjamin the previous weekend, dropping its record to 5-4. Frustrated players were focusing more on running into each other than practicing technical skills.
Disgusted, Highlanders coach Chris Spaulding walked away from practice, putting the onus on his captains to turn things around. That’s when senior Billy Roll delivered a simple, yet passionate message.
“If we all go all-in, we’re going to win a state championship,’” Roll, the All-Central Florida boys Player of the Year, told teammates. “We were going through the motions. I told them that we didn’t have much more time together.”
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Like Lake Highland, Timber Creek’s girls team was humbled by a setback. And just like the Highlanders, the Wolves rallied around their top player, all-area girls Player of the Year Ellie Yenor.
“We all just assumed we were going to win,” said Yenor, recalling a 9-8 overtime loss to Winter Park after a 9-1 start. “We weren’t focused, and when we lost, our seniors got on us.
“We then realized the season wasn’t going to be as easy as we expected.”
Those moments galvanized the two Sentinel coverage-area schools as Lake Highland’s boys won the state title and Timber Creek’s girls reached the state semifinals.
The Highlanders and Wolves dropped just one match after losses to Benjamin and Winter Park, respectively.
Despite a rough start, Roll always believed in his team.
“I remember him saying, ‘Coach, it sounds crazy, but even though we’re 5-4, I feel more confident this year than I did last year [when the Highlanders lost in the state final],’” Spaulding said. “That says a lot.”
Roll guided a potent attack that featured top prospect Devon Lewis and Boston signee Clay Phillips. With so many options, Roll distributed the ball and took advantage of one-on-one situations, netting 57 goals and 70 assists.
His 127 points are a school record.
“He does it almost effortlessly, to where you look at the stat book at the end of the game and wonder how he filled it up,” Hagerty coach Mark Ayad said. “He quietly gets his points every game.”
Yenor, a sophomore, led the area with 121 goals and recorded 36 assists. The Wolves (20-4) became the first Orange County public-school team to reach a girls state semifinal.
The Wolves lost 14-13 to St. Johns Bartram Trail.
“I want to put Timber Creek on the map,” Yenor said. “I want them to know we’re a force to be reckoned with.”
Yenor, who has taken unofficial visits to USC, Princeton and Connecticut, has time to make a college decision. For Roll, he had offers to play on a partial scholarship at colleges such as Salisbury University in Maryland, but he will play club lacrosse at Florida.
“There’s no way I can stop playing lacrosse,” Roll said. “It’s too much fun.”