- 9:00 pm Thursday, April 18th, 2013 by Matt Porter
After May 30, Jupiter High’s football field will be known as Charlie Persson Field.
- 6:08 pm Friday, December 21st, 2012 by Matt Porter
Matt Dickmann, the coach who built Seminole Ridge from the group up and won district titles in each of the last three seasons, resigned Friday to take an out-of-state coaching job. [More]
- 7:39 pm Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 by Matt Porter
Jupiter High on Tuesday named its first new head coach since 1982, selecting Doug Uccellini to succeed the recently retired Charlie Persson. [More]
- 2:06 am Sunday, September 11th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
PALM BEACH GARDENS — There was a sense of urgency about Dwyer on Saturday night.
Reports from Day 1 of high school football practice at Dwyer, Jupiter, Jupiter Christian, Palm Beach Gardens, Suncoast (with video)
- 9:46 am Monday, August 8th, 2011 by Matt Porter
PALM BEACH GARDENS – First of all – not to poke the bear or anything – what happened to the heat? At 8:30 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 8, it was a mere 81 degrees with a “feels like” temperature of 88. It was so cold, Palm Beach Gardens senior lineman Avery Young took the field in sweatpants. [More]
- 9:33 am Monday, March 7th, 2011 by Matt Porter
After the resignation of coach Mitch Henghold, Olympic Heights has canceled its spring football jamboree with Jupiter and Martin County. [More]
- 6:03 pm Thursday, February 10th, 2011 by Matt Porter
Jupiter will have a familiar name helping out its offense this season. [More]
- 3:12 pm Monday, August 9th, 2010 by Matt Porter
For me, the official start of the 2010 football season began at 5:55 a.m., with the first of two coffees. Both were consumed on the way to Palm Beach Gardens, the first stop on a five-school kickoff tour. I’ll be posting updates throughout the day in this space, reporting scattered observations from Gardens, Jupiter, Jupiter Christian, Benjamin and Dwyer. Hope you enjoy.
- 3:06 pm Monday, November 30th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Jupiter football coach Charlie Persson said he will return in 2010 and plans to coach at least one more season after that as well.
- 10:58 pm Friday, October 16th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Staff writer Andrew Abramson contributed to this story.
Benjamin football coach Ron Ream’s sudden resignation has caused an uproar among parents, supporters and former players, but the school is staying silent regarding the reasons for his departure.
School administrators would not discuss Ream’s resignation publicly and several Benjamin employees said they have been instructed not to speak with the media.
“We’re still focusing on all the issues and details,” said Robert Goldberg, the Head of School at Benjamin. Goldberg, who also is a member of the board of trustees, declined to take any questions or comment further.
Jay Selvig, Head of Upper School, declined comment through a secretary Friday morning.
Parents still were stunned at the news at Friday night’s game against Pope John Paul II, which the Buccaneers won 58-23. [More]