High School Buzz 

Boys basketball: Dwyer G Jalen Huff overcomes major injury, gaining national attention

  • 11:18 am Friday, August 1st, 2014 by Jodie Wagner

Just over a year after sustaining a major knee injury while playing in a travel basketball game, Dwyer guard Jalen Huff is drawing attention from college coaches. [More]

Football recruiting: The second edition of the 2015 Big Board rankings

  • 4:26 pm Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Anthony Chiang and Jodie Wagner

It’s finally August, which means you get fall practice and a new version of the PBgametime Class of 2015 Big Board. [More]

Football: Pre-season poll of top 25 non-public school teams features three from Florida

  • 9:38 am Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Jodie Wagner

Fort Lauderdale-St.Thomas Aquinas (No. 1), Plantation-American Heritage (No. 3) and Jacksonville-Trinity Christian Academy (No. 11) are among the nation’s top 25 non-public high school football teams, according to MaxPreps. [More]

Football: 2014 kickoff classic schedule

  • 3:59 pm Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

The start of the regular season is fast approaching, which means a week full of kickoff classics is near.

Below are all the 2014 kickoff classic games that have been confirmed by coaches and/or athletic directors. The list will be updated frequently. [More]

Football: Ray Berger named new Olympic Heights head coach

  • 11:57 am Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

With less than a week before the start of fall practice, Olympic Heights was forced to hire a new head football coach.

The Lions made the move Tuesday, naming Ray Berger as their new coach.

Berger will replace Dale Williams, who was forced to resign last week after “taking a job outside of teaching.” Williams did not coach a regular-season game at Olympic Heights, as he was hired by the school in March.

“With the job that I took, I couldn’t guarantee that I would be there every day,” Williams said. “I had to turn in my resignation.”

Berger, 51, had interviewed for [More]

Recruiting: Glades Central OT Jah’Shaun Seider commits to West Virginia

  • 10:54 am Sunday, July 27th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

Glades Central offensive tackle Jah’Shaun Seider didn’t have to think about it for too long.

After receiving an offer from West Virginia during the program’s camp Saturday, Jah’Shaun verbally committed to the Mountaineers that evening. Before West Virginia offered Jah’Shaun, his top four schools were Bowling Green, Minnesota, Louisville and South Florida.

“I committed right then and there on the spot,” said Jah’Shaun, who will be a senior this fall. “It’s right for me.”

Jah’Shaun is familiar with the program, as his brother is the running backs coach at West Virginia. JaJuan Seider is entering his second season as a Mountaineers assistant coach [More]

Football mailbag: Will Florida Gators pick up players from PB County, the Muck and best Week 1 matchup?

  • 3:52 pm Friday, July 25th, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

The mailbag took a week off, but it’s back.

In this week’s installment of the mailbag, we discuss a county player that is considering the Gators, if the Muck will bring home a state football title in 2014, and the best Week 1 matchup. Oh, and I also share a little bit of advice for those in the friend zone.

If you weren’t able to ask a question this week, you still have a chance to have your questions answered. Send your questions for next week via Twitter, email (achiang@pbpost.com) or in the comment section here.

Here we go.

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Recruiting: 2016 Wellington WR Ahmmon Richards commits to Miami

  • 2:29 pm Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 by Anthony Chiang

Miami’s 2016 recruiting class keeps getting better.

On Tuesday, the Hurricanes added 2016 Wellington wide receiver Ahmmon Richards (see his Hudl tape here). The four-star recruit verbally committed to Miami, choosing the Hurricanes over schools like Penn State, Georgia, Louisville and Florida Atlantic. [More]

Football: American Heritage LB Lawrence Graham honored at TOP GUN camp

  • 1:23 pm Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014 by Jodie Wagner
American Heritage linebacker Lawrence Graham (left), with his mom, Monica Robinson, and FBU coach Steve Quinn, was honored at last week's TOP GUN football camp in Ohio. (Photo provided)

American Heritage’s Lawrence Graham was one of five Class of 2016 linebackers honored at Football University’s TOP GUN High School Showcase in Dublin, Ohio, July 17-19. [More]

Baseball: Four county players to take part in Perfect Game All-American Classic

  • 1:47 pm Monday, July 21st, 2014 by Anthony Chiang
Park Vista pitcher Austin Smith was one of four players from Palm Beach County to be selected to play in the 2014 Perfect Game All-American Classic. (Photo by Bill Ingram)

Palm Beach County will be well represented at the 2014 Perfect Game All-American Classic. [More]