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  • FSU's Roberto Aguayo, Terrance Smith to return in 2015

    FSU's Roberto Aguayo, Terrance Smith to return in 2015
    FSU kicker Roberto Aguayo is returning for his junior season. Aguayo announced his decision to return Thursday, a day after the Seminoles found out they were losing QB Jameis Winston to the NFL Draft. “I am more than excited to continue to build...
  • FSU DE Mario Edwards Jr. officially declares for NFL Draft

    FSU DE Mario Edwards Jr. officially declares for NFL Draft
    FSU DE Mario Edwards Jr. has officially declared for the NFL Draft. The junior and two-year starter was reportedly going to turn pro several days ago, but he made an announcement Thursday to clarify that he was indeed leaving FSU. “Over the past...
  • WHS Band members celebrate successful season

    WHS Band members celebrate successful season
    Wellington High School's Mighty Wolverine Sound Marching Band earned the school's 21st overall Superior rating at the Florida Bandmasters Association District Marching Assessment, which took place at Palm Beach Central High School this fall. The band...
  • Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2002 | Proviso East's Dee Brown

    Mr. Basketball of Illinois 2002 | Proviso East's Dee Brown
    Maybe the reason everything happens so fast in Daniel "Dee" Brown's life is because he embraces the immediacy of every moment. He walks fast, talks faster and dribbles a basketball fastest of all. Illinois coach Bill Self says that "Dee Brown changes...
  • Softball: 2015 season preview

    Softball: 2015 season preview
    For the first time since 2009, Palm Beach County didn't capture a state softball championship, but there is reason for optimism this year. Grandview Prep (2A) was the lone Palm Beach County team to reach the state semifinals last season before falling...
  • Letters: College Football Playoff is good, but it could be better

    Letters: College Football Playoff is good, but it could be better
    After watching the semifinal games, plus the Peach, Orange and Cotton bowls, one thing is clear. A four-team playoff is not enough. No one can argue any longer that Ohio State didn't belong in the final four, but Texas Christian, Baylor and Michigan State...
  • Unwanted Florida State and baggage arrive on Pasadena's doorstep

    Unwanted Florida State and baggage arrive on Pasadena's doorstep
    They are swooping down upon Pasadena this week like Santa Ana winds in October. They irritate. They agitate. They make blood boil. They make skin crawl. Face it, they just arrived and we can't wait for them to leave. But, like it or not, the Florida...
  • Parents want world to know son who committed suicide

    Parents want world to know son who committed suicide
    On the night before he died, 15-year-old Adnan "Ado" Halkic was texting with his dad, excited about the next day's Rose Bowl game between Florida State and Oregon. "He loved the Oregon Ducks," Adam Halkic recalled this week. "He said, 'Dad, let's get...
  • Bosa keeps both Aquinas, South Florida national title streak alive

    Bosa keeps both Aquinas, South Florida national title streak alive
    Ohio State's 42-20 win over Oregon on Monday in the College Football Playoff Championship game was also a victory for South Florida. Including Ohio State, the previous nine national championship teams have featured a Broward and/or Palm Beach County...
  • It's his place to keep Oregon's offense on pace

    It's his place to keep Oregon's offense on pace
    The running back gives a little wiggle, then lowers his shoulder to break free and scamper downfield. A roar fills the stadium as the remaining defender gives chase. It is a footrace, a test of speed and will, man against man. But the players are not...
  • A college degree in 4 years? Try 6

    A college degree in 4 years? Try 6
    Frederick LaLanne describes his mother as a helicopter parent who doesn't seem to mind that the baby of the family lives at home while he commutes to college. But it doesn't keep her from echoing the common refrain at the end of the semester: When are...