Jeff Tewksbury is a multimedia journalist for FOX 13 Sports.
He came to Channel 13 in 1988 from WATE-TV in Knoxville, Tennessee where he was a sports photographer/reporter and fill-in anchor.
Tewksbury graduated from Emory & Henry College in 1982 with a degree in mass communications.
The winner of two Suncoast regional Emmy awards, Tewksbury lives in Seffner with his wife Judy.
I see two distinctly different, joyous emotions on the face of Dr. Tim Bain as I talk to him via Zoom. There is the joy of being a part of the Lightning's incredible journey to the Stanley Cup championship and there is the equal joy of finally being reunited with his family after 65 days in the isolation bubble in Toronto and Edmonton.
Team managers pull a little orange wagon up and down the Buccaneers' practice field. In it are the items necessary for battling the heat and humidity of Tampa summers: Cold sports drinks, lots of clean fresh towels, and a shaker of baby powder, to name a few.
Chris Godwin wore number 12 in college at Penn State, and he wore number 12 for his first three years as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. He made the Pro Bowl last season wearing that number.
Donovan Smith has missed one start in five years as the Buccaneers’ left tackle. Seventy-nine games out of 80 possible, Number 76 has come out of the tunnel with the Bucs’ starters.
Fans are forced to sit-out their favorite team's games but thanks to a clever marketing tool, first employed by the South Korean Baseball League, fans are able to put their likeness in the seat of their choice at the stadium.
The Tampa Bay Rays scored two runs in the bottom of the 10th Sunday to beat the Toronto Blue Jays.
Matt Joyce went from Armwood High School in Seffner to Florida Southern in Lakeland, and from there he was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2005.
The University of Tampa women’s basketball team was in the midst of a historic season. The Spartans won 19 straight at one point during the 2019-2020 schedule.
The North Brandon YMCA resides in Seffner but serves the communities of the greater Brandon area.
Bobby Finke swims, fast and far. At the SEC championships in February, the Florida Gator won the 1650 yard freestyle event -- and he set an American record in doing it.