- 10:58 am Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
Oxbridge Academy’s Tre Gabriel and Tyree Smith will head north for to play college football this fall. [More]
- 12:31 pm Friday, April 3rd, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Travis Homer’s offseason keeps getting better.
After an impressive showing at the Nike Football Opening Regional camp in February, the Oxbridge Academy running back learned he had earned an invite to Nike’s “The Opening” on Thursday. [More]
- 3:29 pm Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Are you ready for some football?
The start of spring football practice is less than a month away, as it begins on April 27 and spring games are scattered throughout the second half of May. Below are all the 2015 spring football games that have been confirmed by coaches and/or athletic directors. The list will be updated frequently. [More]
- 3:08 pm Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 by Anthony Chiang and Jodie Wagner
The countdown is on.
We’re less than one month away from the start of spring football practice and less than five months from the start of the high school football regular season.
While we wait for those big dates, the Palm Beach Post obtained a copy of the finalized high school football schedules sent to local coaches Tuesday. These schedules include each team that’s considered to be a part of the Palm Beach County Conference, which leaves out the majority of private schools.
Here you go … [More]
- 5:30 pm Monday, March 30th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
It’s no secret that Steve Walsh has high aspirations for himself.
Walsh interviewed for the Cleveland Browns open quarterbacks coach position in January, but he didn’t get the job. However, he has found a new home at Bradenton-IMG Academy.
After six seasons as the head football coach at Cardinal Newman, Walsh was named the Director of Football at IMG Academy on Monday. [More]
- 11:49 am Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Andy Siegal’s tenure as head football coach at Boynton Beach High did not last long.
After accepting the job to replace longtime Tigers coach Rick Swain in December, Siegal has stepped down due to “personal things and family issues,” according to Boynton Beach athletic director Evan Caruso.
“I resigned due to family issues that I don’t want to get into,” Siegal said. “Nobody told me to resign and nobody forced me to resign.”
Boynton Beach did not wait long to replace Siegal, as they named Errick Lowe as the new head football coach Tuesday. Before accepting a job on Siegal’s staff as the Tigers wide receivers coach in January, Lowe spent nine seasons as Lake Worth’s head coach from 2004-12 and the past two seasons as the wide receivers coach at Park Vista. [More]
- 7:46 pm Friday, March 20th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Less than a week after decommitting from Miami, Isaiah Johnson has a new home.
The 2016 Dwyer wide receiver verbally committed to Florida on Friday evening. Panthers coach Jack Daniels confirmed the news, which was first reported by 247Sports. [More]
- 10:49 am Monday, March 16th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
After taking an unofficial visit to Florida this past weekend, Isaiah Johnson is rethinking things.
The 2016 Dwyer wide receiver decommitted from Miami on Sunday afternoon, announcing that his new top three consists of Florida, Miami and UCF. It’s the second time Johnson has decommitted this year, as he flipped his commitment from Louisville to the Hurricanes in February. [More]
- 1:22 pm Thursday, March 12th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
It’s never too early to talk recruiting.
Time to start the discussion. With less than 11 months before 2016 recruits can sign national letters of intent, who are Palm Beach County’s prized football recruits?
Well, here’s 247Sports’ answer … [More]
- 1:45 pm Thursday, March 5th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Josh Ward spent the past month on the phone.
After the University of Buffalo made a late decision to withdraw its scholarship offer to him just before National Signing Day (Feb. 4), Ward was left without a school to commit to. So, the Post’s 2014 Small Schools Defensive Player of the Year made it a daily habit to call college coaches to check if any still had room left in their recruiting class.
“I can’t even count how many schools we called,” Ward said. “We called every one that we could. All of the Division I-AA schools I called were full, so I thought the chances of going to a Division I school were slim.” [More]