It’s made more than just a splash.
VERO BEACH –— The never say die Sebring softball team staged a three-run rally in the sixth inning en route to a thrilling 3-1 win over Crystal River in Friday’s Class 6A State Championship game.
VERO BEACH – Sebring has had a flair for dramatic wins in its postseason run and that theme continued in Thursday’s Class 6A State Championship semifinal against Ridgeview at Vero Beach.
University of Miami’s Michelle Atherley is the Atlantic Coast Conference heptathlon champion for a second consecutive year. The Port Charlotte High School graduate was first in the 100-meter hurdles, high and long jumps, shot put and 200 run; second in the 800; and seventh in the javelin thr…
FORT MYERS – Nothing has come easy for the Sebring High School softball team this season. Friday night’s Class 6A-Region 3 championship game against the North Fort Myers Red Knights wouldn’t be any different.
CAPE CORAL — Charlotte High School football coach Binky Waldrop had to be quite pleased by what he saw out of his Tarpons on Friday during their three-way spring football game against Gulf Coast and Cape Coral.
Friday marked the first time the Lemon Bay softball team hosted a regional final game, and it was also the first time the Lady Mantas had made it within a game of states since 2015.
The Venice baseball team was on the road for Saturday night’s regional semifinals against Gulf Coast, but it couldn’t have felt like more of a home game for the Indians.
AVON PARK – Hard work, perseverance and dedication have helped Avon Park senior Joe Jacobsen succeed on the diamond and off of it. Jacobsen has excelled in baseball and his ability was recognized as he signed a scholarship to play for the Albany State University Golden Rams.
LAKE PLACID – After winning a district championship last week, Lake Placid’s season came to an end Wednesday night in a 2-1 loss to the Booker Tornadoes in the Class 5A-Region 3 quarterfinals.
ST. PETERSBURG — All the Mantas could do was watch the bouncing single roll toward second baseman Flynn Stewart, whose throw was unable to beat out the runner at first base.