- 9:00 am Monday, September 7th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Week 2 of the football season continued this weekend, and there was a mix of blowouts, last-minute victories and unexpected defeats.
No. 1 American Heritage traveled to New Jersey but struggled mightily against a talented Bergen Catholic team, falling 37-7. While No. 2 Dwyer had a bye week, No. 3 Atlantic scored 44 against West Boca Raton and No. 4 Glades Central shut out Palm Beach Lakes. No. 5 Oxbridge rounded out the top 5 with a loss to Miami-Carol City.
With four top-10 teams falling this weekend, the top 10 had a substantial shakeup. With its second straight game with more [More]
- 12:00 pm Saturday, September 5th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Week 2 of the high school football season proved just as exciting as the first, with several top 10 teams falling.
No. 5 Oxbridge Academy had the first top-10 game of the week, dropping the first home game in program history. But the two other top 5 teams that played Friday, Atlantic and Glades Central, each handled their opponents. However, there was chaos in the bottom half of the top 10 as No. 6 Palm Beach Gardens fell to No. 8 Boca Raton while No. 10 Royal Palm Beach dropped its game against No. 9 Wellington. Outside the top 10, Spanish [More]
- 7:20 am Saturday, August 8th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner and Adam Lichtenstein
More than 100 South Florida high school football teams will gather today at Nova Southeastern University for the Miami Dolphins’ Third Annual High School Media Day. [More]
- 3:39 pm Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 by Adam Hirshfield
Scroll and click around our interactive map of Palm Beach County for updated football recruiting information on our 2016 Big Board’s top 25 recruits.
- 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]
- 10:10 am Wednesday, February 4th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
It was only fitting Louisville commit Lamar Jackson entered his signing ceremony with a Florida backpack.
The Boynton Beach quarterback spent the past few days going back and forth between the Gators and the Cardinals.
“Florida coaches were blowing my phone up,” Jackson said. “I had to really sit down and think about it and talk to my mom about it.”
But in the end, Jackson stuck with his commitment and signed with Louisville in a ceremony held at Boynton Beach High on Wednesday. Along with Louisville and Florida, Jackson also considered Miami and Mississippi State.
“It went down to the wire,” Jackson said. [More]
- 2:25 pm Monday, February 2nd, 2015 by Anthony Chiang and Jodie Wagner
Signing day is just days away (Feb. 4), but there are still plenty of questions left to be answered.
Will Lamar Jackson stick to his Louisville commitment? Where will Shelton Johnson end up? Jodie Wagner and I tried to answer these questions and more in this blog post. [More]
- 3:21 pm Thursday, January 8th, 2015 by Adam Hirshfield
- 3:12 pm Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
With the retirement of Rick Swain, Boynton Beach lost a football coach and athletic director that had 41 years of coaching experience.
But the Tigers gained some of that experience back with the hiring of longtime football coach Andy Siegal this week. Siegal confirmed reports Tuesday that he was named Swain’s replacement as Boynton Beach’s head coach and athletic director. [More]