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  • Girls soccer | Lake Forest players help out at Camp Hope

    Girls soccer | Lake Forest players help out at Camp Hope
    Bailey Ehrens has been asked the same question many, many times since she helped guide her Lake Forest High School girls' soccer team to a 2A state title this past spring. But when the question was asked again this week, the answer took on a whole new...
  • Basketball camp lets girls practice in the off-season

    Schools are normally quiet in the summer, but from July 28 through Aug. 1, the gym at Suffield High School was filled with the sounds of girls shooting baskets and practicing defensive tactics. The 26 girls, all entering grades four to eight, were...
  • Trouble spots as FHSAA wrestles with sports redistricting

    Trouble spots as FHSAA wrestles with sports redistricting
    The Florida High School Athletic Association soon will be faced with realigning teams statewide into districts for the 2015-16 school year and beyond. Some area trouble spots: Size matters Class 8A, District 2 now has seven teams from Seminole and...
  • Nazareth upsets Allen to join CCHS, Parkland and Reading in Summer League semis

     
    Below are the scores and high scorers from Tuesday night's Stellar High School Boys Basketball Summer League quarterfinals at Cedar Beach. The biggest surprise was delivered by No. 6 seed Nazareth, which upset No. 3 seed Allen. The other top three seeds...
  • For Aberdeen's Pat Connaughton, baseball to take back seat this week

    For Aberdeen's Pat Connaughton, baseball to take back seat this week
    Pat Connaughton wants to be like Bo Jackson. The short-season Single-A Aberdeen right-handed pitcher, who was the Orioles' fourth-round selection in this year's amateur draft, will leave the IronBirds on Wednesday. He will return to Notre Dame to play...
  • Schreiner cites family reasons for stepping down as Emmaus baseball coach

    Schreiner cites family reasons for stepping down as Emmaus baseball coach
    Eventually, nearly every coach is confronted with the dilemma John Schreiner has faced the last few years. For nearly half of his life, the 46-year-old Whitehall High School graduate has been a head high school baseball coach, first for four years at...
  • St. Charles high schools might add lacrosse

     St. Charles high schools might add lacrosse
    St. Charles high school students may have the opportunity to play lacrosse at school this coming spring if a proposal under consideration by District 303 is approved next month. St Charles East Athletic Director Michael Sommerfeld presented the idea...
  • Man killed in lightning strike was about to enter USC

    Man killed in lightning strike was about to enter USC
    Nick Fagnano was ready — excited even — to start school again. The 20-year-old received word in the spring that he'd been accepted to USC after two grueling years in community college. So he quit his job working in a bar at the Ace Hotel,...
  • Countdown to high school football kickoff

    Countdown to high school football kickoff
    31. Playoff games in each class of the IHSA state tournament. There are 16 first-round games, 8 second-round games, 4 quarterfinals, 2 semifinals and 1 state title game. That format has been used since 1985, when the playoffs expanded from 16 teams to...
  • 'Team first' ideology spurred Phoebus Little League team to senior title game

    HAMPTON – It was clear Dakota Schakel knew the question was coming from a mile away. "You're a part of a 14-player team who became Little League senior baseball state championship runners-up two weeks ago." Yeah. "All but a few of you are...
  • Water polo youths make big splash in Sunshine State Games

    For Plantation's Anna Smith-Johnson, the splashes are entirely different in water polo. The former competitive diver has spent the past eight years enjoying a new sport — one that involves making a splash in the pool. Smith-Johnson, 17, was one of...