PUNTA GORDA — Not much has changed for a group of Tarpon seniors, who began their football careers together at 5 years old as part of the Charlotte Warriors Pop Warner organization.
After 33 years of service to Charlotte High School, Athletic Director Brian Nolan was rewarded by having the soccer stadium scoreboard bear his name.
The season officially began for the Venice girls soccer team on Tuesday night at Lakewood Ranch, and it didn’t take long for the Lady Indians to get back into the swing of things after going undefeated in last year’s regular season.
With the Old Dominion football team's offense ranking last in the country in yards per game and riding a seven-game losing streak, the team and coach Bobby Wilder turned to a freshman quarterback to help change that two weeks ago.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH — A stellar season ended with a sour taste for the Port Charlotte volleyball team, which was making its first trip to the final four since 1988.
TALLAHASSEE — After losing almost every starter from last season, few would have guessed that the Venice volleyball team could make it back to the final four for the seventh time in the past eight seasons.
FORT PIERCE – The Charlotte Tarpons set the tone early by scoring on three of their first four possessions in a 20-7 win over Ft. Pierce-Westwood in a Region 3-6A quarterfinal playoff game at Lawnwood Stadium on Friday night.