What a week for Dade and Broward at the state tennis championships.
I can't remember the last time South Florida won this many team titles.
Seven of the eight team trophies went to Dade and Broward.
Krop's girls started what they hope will become a dynasty, winning their second straight and the Cypress Bay boys secured the 4A title at long last.
And then there was the Gulliver boys, which throttled Jacksonville Bolles, winning every singles finals match.
Ransom sweeps the 1A and what a classic finish by Anson McCook for the boys to win their first team crown in 10 years. He did his best Andre Agassi celebration to boot, which must have been a great moment to witness.
St. Thomas' girls won in 3A, giving Broward three championships for the week.
Meanwhile, it's not over yet.
McCook will be competing for the singles overall championship, and Gonzales Austin will be competing for the overall doubles title as well.
And Rachel Saiontz can cap the storied history of her family with an overall championship today if she can beat rival Casey Hertzberg of Miami Country Day again. Saiontz and Jaime Yapp-Shing are also going for the overall doubles title.
The Princeton-bound star's older sister Melissa won five individual titles from 2004-2006.
I'm up at Winter Park covering the small school state track with Patrick. One of us will blog later. Look for Dade Christian's boys and girls and Westminster Academy's boys to make strong runs at the team crowns.