- 1:18 pm Friday, April 5th, 2013 by Jeff Greer
Several Class of 2013 players — and one 2012er — from Palm Beach County have found college homes after a long wait.
- 8:29 pm Monday, November 14th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
There are 16 playoff games on Friday involving teams from our area. In the buildup to the games, we’ll break down every matchup.
- 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]
- 5:27 pm Saturday, September 17th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
PALM BEACH GARDENS — At halftime of Friday night’s game at Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Central coach Rod Harris grinned in my direction and said, “We must be doing something right if you’re here.”
- 1:11 am Friday, September 9th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
PALM BEACH GARDENS — It didn’t take long to figure out Palm Beach Gardens’ offensive game plan on Thursday night against West Boca Raton.
- 11:16 am Tuesday, May 24th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
Note: Welcome to the PBGametime 2011 Spring Football Tour. During our three-week tour, we visit area teams, meet some of the top players and answer the most pressing questions. Today’s stop is Palm Beach Gardens, where the Gators’ rushing attack has them primed for a playoff run.
- 8:23 pm Thursday, October 7th, 2010 by Jeff Greer
After the next two weeks, Palm Beach Gardens (2-2) will officially be sick of the wing-T offense. With games at Vero Beach this week and at home against fourth-ranked Seminole Ridge next week, the Gators need to stop the old-school, multi-tiered running attack that both upcoming opponents use.