- 11:47 am Monday, December 15th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
Pahokee’s rise continues.
The Blue Devils improved to 8-0 with two wins last week, as they are one of just two undefeated girls basketball teams in Palm Beach County. Pahokee shouldn’t be ignored, as it is a real threat in Class 4A and is the clear favorite to win the District 12-4A title. [More]
- 11:59 am Monday, December 8th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
Palm Beach Lakes just keeps on rolling.
The Rams won three more games this past week to stay perfect on the season and stay at the top of the rankings. Boca Raton is right behind the Rams, as its only loss of the season came against Palm Beach Lakes. [More]
- 12:26 pm Monday, November 17th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
The regular season is just one week old, but the Post’s Top 10 already looks a little different.
Palm Beach Lakes, Lake Worth and Cardinal Newman and Boca Raton are still at the top of the rankings, but Dwyer dropped out of the top 10 after an 0-3 start. Spanish River took the Panthers’ spot, entering the rankings at No. 9 after beating Boynton Beach and Suncoast to begin the year. [More]
- 11:56 am Sunday, February 16th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
For the past three years, Davie-Nova meant the end of the road for Palm Beach Lakes. But this season, that changed. [More]
- 4:05 pm Friday, February 15th, 2013 by Matt Porter
Dwyer, Palm Beach Lakes and Grandview Prep are one step away from Lakeland. Here’s what to expect from Saturday’s regional finals. [More]
- 5:44 pm Sunday, January 10th, 2010 by Post Staff
Palm Beach Lakes got junior guard Myeisha Hall back on Wednesday after she missed seven games with a calf injury and a torn ligament in her elbow. She was back in time to play with the Rams in Saturday’s thrilling two-point loss to Dwyer.
- 6:58 pm Monday, December 7th, 2009 by Post Staff
There was a common thought before basketball season started that Palm Beach Lakes (1-5) would be among the area’s best teams despite losing eight seniors. It might be a while into the season before that forecast comes true. The Rams did return Myeisha Hall, a Post first team all-area selection last season, but their team consists of five juniors and four freshmen.
Just how young are they? When the Rams kept losing, the younger players thought they wouldn’t be able to play in the district tournament until coach Cassandra Rahming informed them that everyone makes the district tournament regardless of their regular season record. The young Rams got all starry-eyed when Rahming told them they’d be staying in a hotel for their holiday tournament in Fort Myers. One player wasn’t sure where to go for pregame introductions.
But that fact that the regular season is a mere warm-up for the postseason is giving them a reason to be optimistic.