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  • Yulee RB Derrick Henry sets nation's top Nike SPARQ rating, bumping East Ridge LB Justin Horton

    Yulee RB Derrick Henry sets nation's top Nike SPARQ rating, bumping East Ridge LB Justin Horton
      Yulee High running back Derrick Henry is used to dominating opponents on the football field. The 5,263 rushing yards and 65 touchdowns he has accumulated during his freshman and sophomore seasons are proof of that. But now the junior-to-be is...
  • Dvario Montgomery has missed all of spring practice with ankle injury

    Dvario Montgomery has missed all of spring practice with ankle injury
    Winter Park wide receiver Dvario Montgomery, ranked by the Sentinel as the top rising senior prospect in Central Florida, has missed most of spring practice with a high-ankle sprain. Montgomery (6-3, 205) suffered the injury during one-on-one drills...
  • Brown twins lead Florida Tarheels to 4-1 showing in AAU Showcase

     
    The Florida Tarheels 15U team, led by Lake Minneola twin guards Avery and Anthony Brown, went 4-1 in the AAU Ninth Grade Super Showcase, losing only to CIA Bounce of Canada 61-60. Other rising sophomores on that team who bear watching are Joshua Rolle (6-...
  • Democratic candidate drops out in competitive state House race

     
    The Democratic candidate in a Volusia County-based state House district abruptly dropped out this week, throwing into flux one of the few potentially competitive legislative races in Central Florida. Dennis Mulder, a former mayor of Deltona, was forced to...
  • Colombian artist in Deltona wants to share vision with the world

     
    The Colombian-born Alberto Gomez, a painter of murals and portraits who lives in the Central Florida city of Deltona, launched a website to promote his artwork beyond the region and tell a bit of his story through art....
  • Judge removes ‘religious freedom’ amendment from the ballot

     
    TALLAHASSEE — A Florida judge has removed a constitutional amendment from the 2012 election ballot that would have deleted the state's ban on using taxpayer money “in aid of any church, sect, or religious denomination or in aid of any...
  • Pine Castle Christian, Winter Springs are state leaders in softball poll

     
    Below is the third state high school softball poll of the season, released Wednesday by Miracle Sports. The poll is the sole responsibility of Miracle Sports. Central Florida schools have been placed in bold print. N/A = Record not available ARV = Also...
  • West Orange moves to No. 2 in Class 8A Miracle Sports state poll

     
    Below is the fifth state softball poll of the season as prepared by Miracle Sports. Miracle Sports is solely responsible for the rankings and content of the poll. Central Florida schools are in bold type. ___________________ ALL CLASS POLL 5A – 8A...
  • Timber Creek moves ahead of West Orange in 8A of Miracle Sports softball poll

     
    Below is the Miracle Sports state softball poll released Wednesday. This is the final poll before the start of the district tournaments next week. The contents of the poll are strictly the responsibility of Miracle Sports. N/A = Record not available ARV =...
  • Pine Castle Christian is No. 1 in Class 2A in Miracle Sports state poll

     
    The eighth of 10 weekly Miracle Sports High School softball polls for this season is listed below. Miracle Sports, which uses a committee of current and former high school and college coaches to compose the poll,  is solely responsible for the content...
  • Volusia to get three new charter schools

     
    The Volusia County School Board has given approvalĀ for three charter schools — including one in Deltona that will offer instruction in English and Spanish — to open next year, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal. You can read more...