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The Venice High boys and girls track and field teams defended their home turf well on Thursday in the Venice Track and Field Relays, with each Indians team finishing comfortably in first place out of the 10-team field that included local teams such as North Port, Lemon Bay and Imagine School.

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Venice Regional Medical Center offering free physicals on April 4Venice Regional Medical Center is set to host the 36th annual athletic screening for high school students participating athletic programs during the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.

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The Venice High boys and girls track and field teams defended their home turf well on Thursday in the Venice Track and Field Relays, with each Indians team finishing comfortably in first place out of the 10-team field that included local teams such as North Port, Lemon Bay and Imagine School.

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Venice baseball team drops game to Providence School

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Trailing district rival North Port since the top of the first inning, the Venice softball team finally found itself in a position to win the game in its very last at-bat in the home half of the seventh.

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The Venice baseball team opened its Monday night game against Sarasota as it typically does — scratching across an early run and pitching lights-out baseball at Sarasota High School.

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Though the Venice Indians boys volleyball team lost a four set district match to the Tampa Bay HEAT on Tuesday night at the TeePee, no one in the boisterous crowd went home feeling cheated.

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Editor’s Note: The Venice Bulls play in the Florida Spring Youth Football League, and are not a part of Pop Warner. The Venice Vikings, which play football in the fall season, are a part of Pop Warner.

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Venice Regional Medical Center offering free physicals on April 4Venice Regional Medical Center is set to host the 36th annual athletic screening for high school students participating athletic programs during the upcoming 2019-2020 school year.

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Leading 3-2 in the top of the seventh inning, the Venice baseball team found itself on the brink of coughing up the lead it had held since the second inning.

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Prior to Friday night’s clash of boys volleyball unbeatens, Celebration – last year’s state runner-up – hadn’t even come close to losing a set all season.

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Days after learning of the loss of top pitcher Karsyn Rutherford to a muscle tear, the Venice softball team turned around to play one of its most important games of the year — against the Fort Myers Green Wave on Thursday night.

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After 29 hits, 25 runs scored and two teams that refused to give in, the Venice Indians finally outlasted the Lemon Bay Manta Rays, 13-12, in a non-district softball matchup Tuesday night at Larry Pope Field in Englewood.

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When the Symetra Tour a.k.a. the “Road to the LPGA” begins with the SKYiGOLF Championship at Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club on Thursday, one of the game’s next stars could be in attendance.

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Venice Water Polo Sweeps Osceola and GatewayGirls (5-2)

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Boys weightlifting wins back-to-back Sarasota County titles

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