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.
By virtue of being Super Bowl champs, the Buccaneers had the last pick in every round. And they used the last pick overall to choose Grant Stuard of the University of Houston. He instantly became Mr. Irrelevant.
Matt Diaz was drafted by Tampa Bay in 1999. The then-Devil Ray joined a draft class including Josh Hamilton, Carl Crawford, Doug Waechter, and Seth McClung. The outfielder from Florida State went on to play 11 years in the bigs; his best years came with the Atlanta Braves.
The Bay Area high school flag football talent pool is growing deeper by the day. Thursday night at Durant, the Newsome Wolves knocked off The Cougars 31-6 to hand Durant their first loss of the season.
The 50-yard field and padded walls are back. Tucked inside the RP Funding Center -- formerly the Civic Center -- the arena football turf is in place for practice.
Pro Day is essentially a job interview for college football seniors. And the job they are applying for is NFL player.
Many of the Steinbrenner Warriors have played together for years on the same club lacrosse team. A large part of that group are now sophomores, and they have helped make Steinbrenner into a state contender.
Orson Charles starred at Plant High School during its football zenith. Now, after seven NFL seasons, he is done playing. Just don't use the word "retired."
Physical relaxation and mental sharpness have propelled Strawberry Crest onto the state scene these past few years.
In soccer parlance, a clean sheet translates to a shutout; no marks on the deficit side of the scorers' ledger. The University of South Florida women’s soccer team has already accumulated enough clean sheets to fill the roomiest of linen closets.
Jesuit High School senior Dominic Castellano knows that baseball is a game in which greatness can be fleeting. And one is best served by blending that intense focus with some intermittent fun.