- 9:01 am Friday, April 3rd, 2015 by Scott Andera
Want to see who we honored on our 2015 winter sports All-Area teams? Check out links to all our coverage here. The links for each team below will take you to the story for each team, which features our athlete of the year for each sport, followed by the all-area teams on the same story.
See a gallery of all our athletes of the year here.
- 2:40 am Friday, October 19th, 2012 by Matt Porter
I’ve seen somewhere in the neighborhood of 60 high school football games since joining The Post in 2009. There have been some great ones. I can’t remember one quite like the one that happened on Thursday, when Atlantic pulled off a 28-12 upset of No. 2 Dwyer. [More]
- 9:03 pm Thursday, May 10th, 2012 by Matt Porter
Palm Beach Gardens and their non-stop, sometimes-nonsensical dugout chatter are a win away from the Class 8A baseball state final four. Click to see video of what their dugout sounds like and hear from players. [More]
- 8:15 am Sunday, April 29th, 2012 by Matt Porter
JACKSONVILLE — Suncoast senior Davison Colimon wanted to win gold in the 110 hurdles at his last state meet. As one of the top-ranked competitors, he had a great shot at doing so.
Until he came crashing to the ground. [More]
- 12:24 pm Saturday, September 24th, 2011 by Matt Porter
Unlike others whose games went down to the wire, Palm Beach Gardens wrapped up its Friday night win over Jupiter with plenty of time to spare. As such, last night’s game story had everything fairly well laid-out: Gardens posted 305 yards on the ground in a 54-14 no-doubter, with Roshard Burney and Alex Clark accounting for 241 yards and 4 scores.
Burney and Clark get plenty of shine in the game story and the above video (and will be the subject of a story in Tuesday’s Post), so we’ll just touch on them here. They attacked Jupiter like they’ve hit every other team in Gardens’ first four games: with speed, power and great blocking for each other. Their line, which will a big part of Tuesday’s story, was outstanding, locking onto Warriors defenders like magnets and driving them off the ball. Pure run-game excellence from the Gators, who lead the county in rushing yards by a wide margin (full stats here).
Some other thoughts from Gardens–Jupiter: [More]
- 12:14 am Sunday, June 5th, 2011 by Matt Porter
The 2011 Dick Howser All-Star Game was a tie — 3-3, in 10 innings — but no one felt ambivalent about the event itself. [More]
- 3:26 pm Saturday, June 4th, 2011 by Matt Porter
Funny moment from the 2011 Dick Howser All-Star Game: South team batter Michael Kelly, a West Boca Raton right-hander and Florida Gators commit, turns on a pitch and grounds it a little too close to the North team dugout. [More]
- 2:02 pm Saturday, June 4th, 2011 by Matt Porter
West Boca Raton right-hander Michael Kelly, a Florida Gators commit, talks about playing in the 2011 Dick Howser All-Star Game at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter and preparing for the MLB Draft. Kelly is expected to be a first- or second-round draft pick. [More]