High School Buzz 

Dwyer TE Nick O’Leary signs with Florida State

  • 8:38 am Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011 by Matt Porter

Just before 8:30 a.m. on signing day, Florida State received a letter of intent from the nation’s top tight end, Dwyer’s Nick O’Leary. [More]

Dwyer DT Keith Bowers commits to Maryland

  • 9:12 am Wednesday, January 26th, 2011 by Matt Porter

Maryland commit Keith Bowers is a fiery kid. Metaphorically speaking, he wants to burn every school that overlooked him. [More]

Live blog: Dwyer 24, Palm Bay 7 (final), Class 4A regional final

  • 11:34 pm Friday, December 3rd, 2010 by Matt Porter

MELBOURNE — With a dominant effort on defense and three touchdown passes, Dwyer beats Palm Bay 24-7 and will face Armwood in the Class 4A state semifinals. Check out our live blog for a full recap of the game. [More]

Florida, Florida State, Wake Forest hanging out at Dwyer, Glades Central

  • 6:38 pm Friday, October 22nd, 2010 by Matt Porter

Hours before Dwyer departed for an away game at Okeechobee Friday afternoon, head coach Jack Daniels hosted two of the state’s big three football programs. [More]

Recruiting: Nick O’Leary leaning FSU, official visits for Big Three, other D-I Dwyer possibilities

  • 4:10 pm Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 by Matt Porter

In his 15th year at Dwyer, coach Jack Daniels could set a record, of sorts.

In 2001, Daniels’ team graduated seven Division I scholarship athletes, the most in his tenure. Next fall, Dwyer could could see as many as nine more alums playing D-I ball, the most in school history. [More]

Dwyer defensive end Curt Maggitt doubtful for Friday’s game against Palm Beach Lakes

  • 7:57 pm Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 by Post Staff

Dwyer junior defensive end Curt Maggitt is not looking good for Friday’s game against Palm Beach Lakes, Dwyer defensive coordinator Bobby Sifrit said. Maggitt hyper-extended his shoulder in last Friday’s win over Atlantic. He left in the first quarter and didn’t return. So far the diagnosis is a sprain but he’ll have the shoulder reevaluated Friday before making a final decision.

If he can’t go, junior Nick O’Leary, senior Layton Haynes, or junior Keith Bowers will play in his place. Sifrit said that although Maggitt is a big time defensive end, the others behind him are good enough that the [More]