It was a pretty good week last week for sports fans in Polk, especially if soccer is your thing.
Noah Sims scored twice to lead Auburndale to the FHSAA Class 4A, District 7 boys soccer championship last week. Dante Lavigne and Ben Pigg also found the back of the net for the Bloodhounds.
LAKE WALES – Officials from the Lake Wales Charter Schools system and the Polk County Public Schools Board agree that operation of the three middle schools in the city is problematic, but there was little agreement about what to do about it during a city-sponsored community forum on the topi…
Football fans are familiar with the rule that once a team has a 35-point lead on an opponent, the clock does not stop for the rest of the game. There's something similar in high-school soccer, as well.
With school going back in session after the holidays, that means local high-school girls basketball teams will jump back into the heart of their district games this month, making it a good time to get a gauge on where some of the East Polk teams stand.
LAKE WALES — The Lake Wales boys basketball team continued its strong start to the 2018-19 season Dec. 20, holding off a late rally from Winter Haven for 65-53 victory.
LAKE WALES — The Kegel Training Center, located just off of U.S. 27 in Lake Wales, played host to a showcase event for the Professional Bowlers Association earlier this month.
Has anyone in the country – any level, any conference – played a more difficult schedule than the Warner University men's basketball team? So far this season, the Royals have played the No. 2, No. 4, No. 9, No. 11 and No. 19 ranked teams in the NAIA.
The Florida High School Athletic Association released its updated classifications and districts for football Friday morning, with implications for programs throughout Winter Haven, Bartow, Lake Wales and other surrounding areas.