High School Buzz 

WAR ON DIABETES: For high school athletes, managing diabetes can be stressful, dangerous

  • 6:40 pm Saturday, November 10th, 2012 by Post Staff

The nurse entered the examination room and asked what she thought was a harmless question, simply following up on an assumption she’d made after looking at Teresa Cioffoletti’s patient information.


Park Vista students who alleged cheerleader discrimination to reject offer of more tryouts

  • 4:09 pm Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 by Matt Porter

BOYNTON BEACH — Several of the black Park Vista High School students who complained that no black students received spots on the school’s fall cheerleading team have rejected an offer from the school to open tryouts for four more spots in the fall.

Park Vista will open four new cheerleading spots after racism concerns raised

  • 9:29 pm Wednesday, June 29th, 2011 by Post Staff

BOYNTON BEACH — Park Vista High School’s principal and athletic director offered Wednesday night to open up four spots on the school’s cheerleading teams this fall after complaints from a group of parents that the squads had no black members.

Park Vista officials ‘unaware of magnitude’ of cheerleader team dispute

  • 10:34 pm Thursday, June 16th, 2011 by Post Staff

The principal and the athletic director at Park Vista High School were “unaware of the magnitude of the concerns” over the cheerleading team before allegations arose that black students were denied spots on it, Palm Beach County School Superintendent Bill Malone said Thursday.

Palm Beach Post All-Area winter 2010-11 honorees

  • 10:20 pm Monday, March 28th, 2011 by Post Staff

Check out our winter All-Area teams, listed with players of the year. Click the links after the jump for stories and information on additional honorees for each sport.

FHSAA announces academic team champions for winter sports

  • 1:10 pm Friday, March 11th, 2011 by Jeff Greer

Palm Beach County had quite a few representatives on the FHSAA’s academic team champions list for winter sports.


FHSAA Board votes to restructure baseball, competitive cheerleading state series

  • 6:34 pm Monday, September 28th, 2009 by Post Staff

The Florida High School Athletic Association Board of Directors voted on Monday to eliminate the best-of-three format of the region baseball final. The two-year experiment of the format was in its second year this past season. The FHSAA received feedback that it was a strain on athletic budgets and fans when the series went to three games, thereby forcing a second day for the region final.

There also will be a qualifying round for state competitive cheer and divisions based on school enrollment, while still keeping tumbling and non-tumbling competition in tact. The state championship was previously open to any teams who wanted to participate.

2009 Outback Bowl Cheerleaders

  • 10:54 am Monday, January 5th, 2009 by Jason Lieser