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APOPKA – Jay R. Perkins looks like a different basketball player than he was once as soon as he walks into a gym. He looks even better when you watch him play. Perkins who has shed almost 30 pounds since his days as a rather roly-poly 240-pound...
Tags: Football, Basketball, Sports, High School Sports
Volleyball State tournament At Kissimmee Silver Spurs Arena Class 4A semifinals Bishop Moore 3, Miami Ransom Everglades 2 25-21, 20-25, 25-22, 22-25, 15-11 Tampa Berkeley Prep 3, Jacksonville Episcopal 0 25-...
What happened to Daniel Brett is the worst-case scenario. After constant, excruciating headaches that stemmed from multiple concussions and months of unsuccessful treatment, the 16-year-old chose suicide as the way to free himself from the pain. In...
Rematches from the district-championship round make up some of the most intriguing matchups for Central Florida teams in the girls volleyball regional semifinals. There will be 16 area squads, fittingly, competing in Tuesday’s round of 16, which...
Tags: High School Sports
The road to Kissimmee gets underway Tuesday and Wednesday, with 31 Central Florida girls volleyball teams competing in the regional quarterfinals, the first round of the FHSAA playoffs. Round one boasts some interesting storylines for local teams....
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Life Christian Academy of Kissimmee, questioned last week regarding boys basketball transfers, resigned its membership with the Florida High School Athletic Association on Monday. The inquiry was prompted when Freedom High School of Orlando filed a...
Tags: High Schools, Basketball, Schools, Sports, High School Sports
It's hard to say what the biggest thing is today in Yulee, a little town of about 11,000 people that sits just north of Jacksonville on the Florida-Georgia border. The man they call the Yulee Mule, prized college prospect Derrick Henry, the 6-foot-3,...
Stephen Gibbs School: Lake Brantley GPA: 4.0 unweighted College: Florida Major: Biomedical engineering Sports: Football, basketball, volleyball The Buzz: Ranked fifth in senior class, Gibbs was named state's boys scholar-athlete of year by Florida...
Hoop Exchange’s Florida Fall Festival brings most of Florida’s top players and teams to the Orlando Sports Center for two days of boys basketball on Saturday (5:15-9 p.m.) and Sunday (8 a.m.-7 p.m.). The four team tournament brackets...
Tags: Baptist, Basketball, Sports, Deerfield Beach, Christianity
Statewide district realignment, that painstaking, problematical process the Florida High School Athletic Association tackles every two years, is under way with initial discussions at last week's board of directors meeting. Change can't come soon enough...
Tags: Football, Sports, High School Sports
Former Sentinel staffer Pete Thomson, who still masterfully scoops up nuggets of Florida high-school football knowledge, points out that 11 of the 13 touchdowns scored in Purdue's 51-41 victory against Marshall on Saturday were tallied by Floridians....
It's pretty much a foregone conclusion that Colonial will repeat as the Class 4A boys state cross country champion on Nov. 17 in Tallahassee. Not that a repeat won't be sweet for a school that never had won a Florida High School Athletic Association...
Tags: Basketball, Football, USC Trojans, Joe Montana, Florida Gators
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