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California has created an open division for its boys and girls basketball state playoffs, an innovation designed to boost waning interest by matching up elite teams. National pollsters are suggesting the concept should be considered in Florida, where top...
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: High School Sports, Football, 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....
Tags: USA Today, High School Sports, Football, Rod Woodson, Sports
The scheduling gods are smiling on undefeated Kissimmee Osceola and its fervent football fans. Osceola (13-0), hitting the jackpot in the Florida High School Athletic Association's bracket rotation, has hosted all four rounds of the playoffs. That...
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...
For roughly eight decades, the Florida High School Athletic Association held Sundays as sacred territory where it dared not tread. No games, no practices, no athletics allowed. That has changed to the point that the FHSAA reluctantly will play two...
Tags: Baseball, High School Sports, Dwight Howard, Basketball, Sports
Joel Berry's comfort zone has a hardwood floor. But Lake Highland Prep's rising junior basketball standout stepped away from his sweet spot last month, passing on a major travel-team tournament in California to take part in a week of boot camp operated...
Tags: High School Sports, Sports, Basketball
Perennial all-sports juggernaut Winter Park is doing it again. The Wildcats were eighth in the Florida High School Athletic Association's Class 8A Sunshine Cup standings following the winter season, trailing front-runner Olympia by nearly 200 points. But...
Tags: Baseball, Joe Montana, High School Sports, Football, Volleyball
Defending state champion Dr. Phillips will showcase four of the top girls flag football teams in Florida as host of a tripleheader Friday night. DP (7-0) will face Tallahassee Chiles (7-0) at 5:30 p.m., followed by Seminole Ridge (9-0) vs. Apopka (6-1)...
When Trinity Prep captured its boys track and field state championship a year ago, the four Saints who won the 4 x 800-meter relay in the heat of the early afternoon headed home to chill on a favorite couch before returning for individual races in the...
At the tail end of the boys basketball regular season, nobody was picking West Orange and Hagerty to be the last two teams standing in the rugged Class 8A, Region 1 playoffs. But here they are. The Warriors (23-7), who endured a late 3-3 stretch with...
Gate receipts for last week's state boys basketball tournament show that more classes, more teams, more games and one more day at the state tournament didn't add up to more fans in the seats. Rather than rise, attendance dropped for the second...
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