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1 hr ago | Tampa Bay Online
Plant celebrates their 4-0 win over Jefferson for the Championship at the Saladino Tournament Friday, March 14, 2014 in Brandon.
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1 hr ago | Bradenton.com
With just a few weeks to go before district track meets get underway, the participants in Friday's inaugural IMG Academy Invitational Track and Field kept working to lower their times in their quest to advance deep in the postseason.
4 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Player of the year: MF Karli Gutsche, Jr., Newsome Why we picked her : Gutsche was the most valuable player on the county's best team.
9 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
For the second time this season, the Wakulla High softball team defeated Rickards in dominant fashion.
13 hrs ago | Florida Today
Melbourne Central Catholic's softball team was dealt its first loss of the season on Thursday, falling 4-2 to Benjamin.
17 hrs ago | The News-Press
Alico Arena literally shook on Sunday. FGCU forward Filip Cvjetcanin drilled a 25-footer and was fouled.
18 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
Leon pitcher Jensen Strickland left the field in the top half of the sixth inning a bit on the disgruntled side.
BRANDON – Of the many things the Saladino Tournament offers to coaches, maybe the most under-appreciated is the chance for teams that reach deep into the tournament to get a look at the future, as the number of games forces a skipper to turn to untested players in big situations.
Nature Coast senior James Harkless runs ahead of the pack during the 1,600 meter, one of two races he won on Thursday.
Whatever the reason, it took some time for the machine better known as Bayshore's offense to get rolling Thursday night.
Remi Pimm, Sunlake, So.: Scored 64 goals, which was a county record, led the nation and earned the Florida Dairy Farmers State 3A Player of the Year honors in leading the Seahawks to their second-straight Class 3A state tournament berth.
Matt Railey comes off as shy and reserved, which kind of fits for a centerfielder, a position seemingly on its own island.
As the Lions boys basketball team celebrated its first state championship since 1992 on the floor of The Lakeland Center on March 1, it was another in a string of state titles for the school dating back a little more than a year.
Brooke Wooten announced his candidacy for Gulf County School Board Member District 2, a position currently held by Mr. George Cox.
The Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High School softball team traveled to Tallahassee to compete in a tournament at Chiles High School last Saturday.
Southeast High School girls varsity basketball coach John Harder was last in line to help cut down the nets during a school-wide celebration of the teams state championship at Southeast High School on Tuesday.
Though both teams faced significant roster changes coming into the 2014 high school softball season, Astronaut and Melbourne have made perfect transitions.