High School Buzz 

John I. Leonard is the county’s largest FHSAA member school based on population

  • 11:11 am Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
John I. Leonard's athletic teams compete in the state's largest classification. Student population is 3,425.

John I. Leonard High School’s football and volleyball teams competed this fall in Class 8A, the Florida High School Athletic Association’s largest classification. [More]

List of 2016 early signees from Palm Beach County

  • 5:48 pm Tuesday, November 10th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
Palm Beach Gardens pitcher Bailey Whalen will sign with Northern Illinois on Wednesday. (Photo by Thomas Cordy)

The 2016 early signing period begins Wednesday for all sports other than soccer and football. [More]

Dwyer, Glades Day ranked in new AP state football poll

  • 9:18 pm Monday, September 23rd, 2013 by Jeff Greer

The new Associated Press statewide rankings are out, and a few local teams made the list. [More]

Baseball: Nine area players make FACA All-State teams

  • 3:22 pm Tuesday, June 11th, 2013 by Matt Porter

Six Palm Beach County players are among the nine area players chosen as state all-stars by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association. [More]

Park Vista hurdler Christopher Grinley commits to USF

  • 12:23 pm Friday, June 7th, 2013 by Matt Porter

One of the best hurdlers in Palm Beach County history will ply his trade at South Florida. [More]

Looking forward to baseball regionals, looking back at district predictions

  • 11:42 am Saturday, April 27th, 2013 by Matt Porter

A total of 22 baseball teams from Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast made it out of districts and into regionals. Here’s a quick look at what’s ahead. [More]

Largest Park Vista signing class ever: 16 athletes signing with colleges

  • 10:19 am Tuesday, April 16th, 2013 by Matt Porter

Park Vista, which opened in 2004, will hold its largest signing ceremony in its auditorium at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. [More]

Text message prank tries to frame football coach for recruiting

  • 12:00 pm Friday, April 12th, 2013 by Matt Porter

A late-night text message popped up on the quarterback’s cell phone.

This is Coach Socha, the message read. Please call me tomorrow about playing football at Oxbridge.

J.P. Caruso didn’t know what to think. Was he, a standout junior quarterback at Palm Beach Gardens High, receiving a recruiting pitch from the coach of the upstart Oxbridge Academy football program – at 2 a.m., no less?