- 12:22 pm Tuesday, November 24th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
American Heritage’s star running back Devin Singletary plans to spend his college career in Champaign, Illinois. The senior committed to Illinois on Tuesday, as first reported by Scout.com.
“I like the vibe that I have with the coaches,” Singletary said. “Early playing time, and I know a couple people up there, and they told me a lot about the school that I like.”
Singletary, No. 6 on the PBGametime Big Board and a Super 11 pick, also had offers from Florida State, North Carolina, FAU, USF and Temple, among others. Rivals ranks Singletary as a two-star recruit.
Singletary has been an offensive force [More]
- 7:00 am Monday, November 23rd, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Six teams were left entering Round 2 of the playoffs. Only two remain, and they are both from Delray Beach.
Here are the local teams that are still alive in the FHSAA playoffs after the second round:
Atlantic (12-0): Beat Boca Raton 29-14
American Heritage (9-2): Beat Oxbridge Academy 16-11
Atlantic defeated Boca Raton for the second time this season and move ahead to the 8A regional championship against Pembroke Pines-Flanagan. American Heritage snuck past Oxbridge Academy, avenging its regular-season loss to the Thunderwolves, and will face Clearwater Central Catholic in the state semifinals.
Games of the Week:
Clearwater Central Catholic (12-0) at American Heritage (9-2): The [More]
- 8:15 am Saturday, November 21st, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
And we’re down to two. [More]
- 7:00 am Monday, November 16th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Six Palm Beach County teams advanced to the second round of the playoffs after winning Friday, but that number will shrink after this week, as four of those teams play each other in Round 2.
Here are the local teams that are still alive in the FHSAA playoffs after the first round:
Atlantic (11-0): Beat Wellington 34-0
Boca Raton (9-2): Beat Palm Beach Gardens 27-26
Dwyer (10-1): Beat Pompano Beach-Ely 16-14
Glades Central (9-2): Beat Miami-Gulliver Prep 61-33
American Heritage (8-2): Beat Miami-Westminster Christian 27-19
Oxbridge Academy (9-2): Beat Hollywood-Chaminade Madonna 32-24
Atlantic and Boca Raton made it through their first-round clashes in Class 8A to set up [More]
- 8:00 am Thursday, November 12th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
The 2015 postseason kicks off in just a few days, with a dozen area teams set to take the field on Friday. [More]
- 7:45 am Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
Atlantic goes into the playoffs this week as the state’s top-ranked Class 8A team. [More]
- 11:36 am Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Post Staff
2015 Football Championships Brackets & Info
Schedules and information (courtesy of fhsaa.org)
Regional Tournaments (Classes 4A, 3A, 2A, 1A)
Regional tournament semifinals – 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 13, 2015
Regional tournament finals – 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 20, 2015
Where: sites notated on State Series brackets
FHSAA State Semifinals
When: 7:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 27, 2015
Where: sites notated on State Series brackets
Florida High School Football State Championships
When: Friday-Saturday, Dec. 4-5, 2015
Matchups and Times: click here
Where: Citrus Bowl
Friday, 12/4 @ 1:07 p.m. – Class 2A
Friday, 12/4 @ 7:07 p.m. [More]
- 7:45 am Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
After 11 weeks of competition, the playoffs are finally here. [More]
- 7:00 am Monday, November 9th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
The final week of the regular season had plenty of intense game action, including the Atlantic-Dwyer showdown, the Muck Bowl and a close Wellington-Boca game. But now the playoffs begin.
A shake-up is in store for the Post’s final Top 10 of the season. Three of top-10 teams (Boca Raton, Dwyer and Pahokee) fell to other ranked schools, while Royal Palm Beach lost to Palm Beach Central in an upset, as the Wildcats may have been looking toward their playoff match up with Fort Lauderdale-St. Thomas Aquinas, which is looming this week.
Atlantic remains the top team in the county after beating [More]
- 1:48 pm Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Former American Heritage running back Greg Bryant committed to the University of Alabama-Birmingham via an Instagram post on Wednesday, as first reported by AL.com.
Bryant played his first two seasons at Notre Dame, where he rushed for 303 yards and three touchdowns, but left the program after head coach Brian Kelly suspended him because he did not “meet expectations.” Bryant spent this season at ASA College in Miami.
UAB infamously dropped its football program in 2014, but it was reinstated for the 2016 season on June 1.