- 7:00 am Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Jodie Wagner and Adam Lichtenstein
- 7:55 am Sunday, January 31st, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
- 3:00 pm Thursday, January 28th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Lake Worth has turned to a Palm Beach County native to coach its football team. [More]
- 11:12 am Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
A bill allowing high school students to attend any school in Florida passed unanimously through the Florida Senate’s Appropriations Subcommittee on Education on Tuesday.
The bill (SB 0684) would allow athletes to play immediately for schools they attend, as long as the team has not reached the limit allowed by the Florida High School Athletic Association.
“Eligibility requirements for all students participating in high school athletic competition must allow a student to be immediately eligible in the school in which he or she first enrolls each school year, the school in which the student makes himself or herself a candidate for [More]
- 7:05 pm Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
Atlantic star defensive back Antwaine Richardson, a former Michigan commit who missed his senior season due to a torn left ACL, committed to Maryland and plans to enroll early.
“I just like Maryland,” Richardson said. “Maryland is a nice school.”
Richardson, a Palm Beach Post Super 11 pick before the season, announced his new college destination on Twitter Tuesday evening.
Richardson, a three-star recruit, according to 247Sports, had originally planned on enrolling early at Michigan, but decommitted on Jan. 21.
Richardson attributed his interest in Maryland in part to his familiarity with the coaching staff, including new head coach D.J. [More]
- 5:19 pm Thursday, January 21st, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Atlantic cornerback Antwaine Richardson has decided against Michigan as his college football destination. [More]
Football: Glades Day, seven-time state champions, leaving Class 2A for Southeastern Football Conference
- 3:11 pm Thursday, January 21st, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
Glades Day, a perennial state power among small-school football teams, will leave the Florida High School Athletic Association for the 2016 season, athletics director Mike Underwood confirmed Thursday.
The Gators, who have won seven state titles in football, will compete in the Southeastern Football Conference next season, as first reported by FloridaHSFootball.com. Glades Day spent the last four seasons in Class 2A.
The school attributed the move to a lack of available FHSAA teams to schedule.
“We will have a full schedule with teams we have played in the past and look forward to challenging them for the conference championship,” the school said in [More]
- 7:30 am Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
- 10:00 am Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
FAU’s 2016 recruiting class grew a little stronger Monday. [More]
- 7:30 am Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner