High School Buzz 

Football: Inlet Grove hosting free coaching clinic Feb. 13

  • 8:00 am Friday, February 5th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Terry Bradden

Inlet Grove and football coach Terry Bradden have assembled an All-Star group of coaches for a free coaching clinic Feb. 13 at the school. [More]

Boys soccer: Three teams make it to regional finals

  • 7:00 am Friday, February 5th, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
Joseph Pal of Boca tries fights for ball against Giovan Torres-Pinto (l) and Aly Cadet of (r) of Palm Beach Central during a soccer game held at Boca January 6, 2015. Damon Higgins / The Palm Beach Post

The state playoffs are only a game away for three Palm Beach County soccer teams.

Boca Raton, Benjamin and Trinity Christian all won their regional semis matchup on Tuesday and are now one game away from the state playoffs.

The three games are on Friday at 7 p.m. Here are the match ups:

Class 5A:

Boca Raton (23-4-1) at Haines City (22-5-2): It’s a familiar scenario for the Bobcats on Friday. In the same position last year, coming off a district title and wins in the first two rounds of the regional playoffs to face Haines City in the regional final. Last year, the game ended [More]

Softball: Cardinal Newman dedicates new field; named after longtime coach Sam Budnyk

  • 10:00 am Thursday, February 4th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Sam Budnyk and his wife, Maurita, pose with the 2016 Crusaders softball team. The complex named after Budnyk was dedicated last week. (Photo provided)

Longtime Cardinal Newman softball coach Sam Budnyk and his wife, Maurita, helped the Crusaders’ softball team dedicate its new complex Saturday in a ceremony held at the school. [More]

Wrestling: The new individual and team rankings

  • 8:00 am Thursday, February 4th, 2016 by Jodie Wagner

Here are the updated individual and team wrestling rankings for Palm  Beach County schools: [More]

Girls basketball: Newman, Gardens, Boca lead county teams into regional quarterfinals

  • 7:00 am Thursday, February 4th, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
Tracey Kemp of Boca Raton loses possession in a turnover during the first period of the matchup against Lake Worth at John I. Leonard High School in Greenacres, January 29, 2016. (Daniel Owen / The Palm Beach Post)

The district tournaments have all wrapped up and 16 Palm Beach County teams have made it to the regional playoffs.

The 16 teams square off in 14 games that will all start at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

Here are the games:

Class 8A
Lake Worth (18-8) at Palm Beach Gardens (19-5)
Wellington (19-8) at Boca Raton (22-5)

Class 7A
Pompano Beach-Ely (17-5) at West Boca Raton (17-8)
Palm Beach Lakes (14-7) at Fort Lauderdale (17-8)

Class 5A
Hallandale (13-13) at Suncoast (21-3)

Class 4A
St. Andrew’s (18-3) at Fort Lauderdale-Cardinal Gibbons (19-4)
Clewiston (3-15) at Cardinal Newman (25-1)
Oxbridge Academy (14-10) at Fort Pierce-Lincoln Park (19-3)

Class 3A
Yeshiva (15-7) at Fort Lauderdale-Westminster Academy (21-5)
Sagemont (7-15) [More]

Signing Day 2016: Miami’s Mark Richt sweeps Palm Beach’s top players in first recruiting class

  • 5:31 pm Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards chose Miami over Auburn and Alabama on Wednesday. (Photo by Daniel Owen)

Miami coach Mark Richt has only been at the Hurricanes’ helm for two months, but he’s got recruiting Palm Beach County down. The top three players in the county will all be on his roster when Miami opens the season on against Florida A&M on Sept. 3.

Ahmmon Richards, the No. 1 player on the PBGametime Big Board, committed to Miami during Wellington’s signing ceremony on Wednesday.

Less dramatically, No. 2 Zach McCloud enrolled early and No. 3 Travis Homer signed his National Letter of Intent early Wednesday morning after being committed since June. 

“Palm Beach, there’s great [More]

Signing Day 2016: Wellington WR Ahmmon Richards chooses Miami

  • 12:23 pm Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards chose Miami over Auburn and Alabama on Wednesday. (Photo by Daniel Owen)

Orange blended perfectly with silver and black Wednesday for Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards. [More]

Signing Day 2016: American Heritage halfback Devin Singletary chooses FAU over Illinois

  • 10:59 am Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Adam Lichtenstein
American Heritage running back Devin Singletary throws up an "Owl" sign after committing to FAU over Illinois on Signing Day (Photo by Adam Lichtenstein).

Devin Singletary committed to Illinois in November, but when it was time to send his letter of intent, he decided to stay close to home.

The American Heritage halfback, the Post’s Small Schools Offensive Player of the Year, committed to Florida Atlantic over Illinois at a signing ceremony in American Heritage’s gym in Delray Beach on Wednesday.

“It feels great to stay home,” Singletary said. “Why not? Why change my climate? I’ve been playing in this my whole life.”

Singletary, a two-star recruit according to Rivals, cited several reasons for changing his school in addition to FAU’s close proximity, [More]

Signing Day 2016: Travis Homer (UM) among six Oxbridge Academy players to sign

  • 10:13 am Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Jodie Wagner
Six Oxbridge Academy football players signed national letters of intent Wednesday. (Photo by Allen Eyestone)

Miami-bound running back Travis Homer and five of his Oxbridge Academy teammates signed national letters of intent Wednesday in a standing room only signing ceremony held in the school’s main lobby. [More]

Signing Day 2016: News and notes from around Palm Beach County

  • 7:00 am Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Jodie Wagner and Adam Lichtenstein
UM signee Travis Homer and his family.

National Signing Day 2016 is here, and the PBgametime team is set to provide complete coverage. Stay tuned for updates from what will be a busy day in Palm Beach County and check out our photo gallery from today’s signings.