High School Buzz 

Familiar names mix with newcomers in boys’ basketball region semifinals

  • 5:27 pm Monday, February 20th, 2012 by Jeff Greer

Tuesday’s region semifinals have every kind of matchup a hoops fan could want.


The Road to Lakeland: Predicting the playoffs, one class at a time

  • 7:14 pm Monday, February 13th, 2012 by Jeff Greer

District tournaments are fun, but basketball season just got a bit more serious this week. It’s region playoff time.


Girls basketball: regional semifinals preview

  • 6:30 pm Monday, February 13th, 2012 by Matt Porter

Eight area teams are left traveling the road to Lakeland. Here’s a preview of Tuesday’s regional semifinals: [More]

Palm Beach Lakes hires Willie Snead as its new football coach

  • 1:19 pm Friday, February 10th, 2012 by Jeff Greer

Palm Beach Lakes has found a new football head coach, and it’s a familiar name.


Boys’ hoops: Inside the top 10

  • 6:41 pm Monday, January 23rd, 2012 by Jeff Greer

Let’s take the weekly look at the boys’ hoops top 10, which is printed every Tuesday in the Post.


Notebook: Dwyer, Fort Pierce Central to play spring game, Jupiter set to name coach, Lakes lineman commits

  • 4:58 pm Monday, January 23rd, 2012 by Matt Porter

Two of the state’s top teams in Class 7A, Dwyer and Fort Pierce Central, will play each other in their spring game. [More]

Boys’ hoops: Inside the top 10

  • 6:09 pm Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 by Jeff Greer

Now that the new year is here and district play is heating up, we’ll take weekly looks at the boys’ hoops top 10s, which are printed every Tuesday in the Post.


Alonzo Jefferson out as Palm Beach Lakes head football coach

  • 10:44 am Monday, January 9th, 2012 by Matt Porter

After a pair of tough seasons, Alonzo Jefferson and Palm Beach Lakes have parted ways. [More]

Notebook: Avery Young taking his time with commitment; girls basketball, baseball recruiting updates

  • 1:39 am Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 by Matt Porter

The No. 1 football recruit in Palm Beach County, Palm Beach Gardens offensive lineman Avery Young, isn’t rushing to choose a college, plus updates on some of the best girls basketball players in Palm Beach County and a baseball commit to announce: [More]

For Olympic Heights, changing coaches and offensive schemes will take time, patience

  • 1:56 pm Friday, September 2nd, 2011 by Jeff Greer

It was a scary number for Olympic Heights fans: A zero on the scoreboard at the end of the Lions’ 19-0 kickoff classic loss to West Boca.

But new O-Heights coach Travis Johnson isn’t worried — it’s all part of the larger plan.