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.
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.
ENGLEWOOD — After waiting through three lightning delays over three days, Lake Placid scored twice in the top of the eighth inning and defeated Lemon Bay, 5-3, in the Class 5A-District 12 Championship game Saturday morning.
Two more Charlotte Tarpons will be moving onto play collegiately, Lady Tarpon shooting guard Azuree Pascal and golfer Billy Brumbaugh, who signed their letters of intent Friday Morning to go to Warner University in Lake Wales and the College of Mount Saint Vincent, in the Riverdale section o…
ENGLEWOOD — After waiting for two days and numerous delays, Lemon Bay and Lake Placid will have to wait one more day to decide the Class 5A-District 12 baseball championship.
ESTERO — After waiting out a two hour and 15 minute rain and lightning delay, the Charlotte Tarpons fell to Estero, 6-1, in a Class 7A-Region 3 softball quarterfinal matchup Wednesday night.
PORT CHARLOTTE — Island Coast’s Chase Chatman and two relievers combined to shut down the Port Charlotte offense on four hits and the Gators ended the Pirates season with a 3-1 victory in a Class 6A-District 11 baseball semifinal Tuesday night.
PORT CHARLOTTE. — Port Charlotte scored in every inning and got a complete game from pitcher Damian Ashley in rolling to an 11-2 win over North Fort Myers in a Class 6A-District 11 baseball quarterfinal Monday night.
After two straight nights of extra-inning wins, the Port Charlotte baseball team got more good news on Thursday as four players signed to play collegiate baseball.
PUNTA GORDA. — After a 45 minute lightning delay, the Charlotte Tarpons celebrated Senior Night in style with a 13-2 victory over Lemon Bay Thursday night.
After the Port Charlotte Pirates’ softball team concluded the final game of their 2019 season, there were understandably some long faces and few tears shed after the final out. But when coach Ryann Baker gathered the team in a circle afterwards, it wasn’t long before the tears stopped and th…
NORTH PORT — One night after the seniors pulled off a great comeback victory, the junior varsity call-ups proved the difference for the Port Charlotte High School baseball team.