High School Buzz 

Baseball: Area teams to take part in spring break tournaments

  • 2:25 pm Friday, March 13th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Palm Beach Central will take part in next week's Florida League High School Invitational. (Photo by Thomas Cordy)

Spring break gives high school baseball teams a chance to take part in tournaments around the state and country.

Many Palm Beach County teams are taking advantage of the opportunity.

Five teams from Palm Beach County will travel to Sanford and Altamonte Springs to take part in the Florida League High School Invitational next week. And 10 of the area’s teams will stay close to home to play in the annual GGI Classic hosted by Lake Worth High, which will be played at John I. Leonard High and Dave Manzo Field.

Here is the schedule of games involving local teams from each tournament: [More]

Baseball: Palm Beach Central’s Scott Benedict turns a taste of the pros into a stellar coaching career

  • 1:49 pm Thursday, February 16th, 2012 by Matt Porter

It was only a matter of time before Palm Beach Central coach Scott Benedict arrived here. [More]

Baseball: Can Palm Beach Central make a 9-6A repeat without Poyner?

  • 4:36 pm Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 by Matt Porter

Let’s get this out of the way first: losing Bobby Poyner is a huge blow to Palm Beach Central’s tournament hopes. [More]

Baseball: Palm Beach Central ace Bobby Poyner shut down for season

  • 9:49 am Thursday, April 7th, 2011 by Matt Porter

Bobby Poyner helped pitch No. 4 Palm Beach Central through a tough District 9-6A schedule, but he won’t be available to help them come tournament time. [More]

Palm Beach Central streaking, gets two more big wins Saturday

  • 2:05 am Sunday, March 14th, 2010 by Post Staff

Palm Beach Central’s baseball team started the season 1-3 but has won six straight including a pair of big wins on Saturday over Timber Creek from Orlando and district opponent Park Vista. The more dramatic of the two came earlier in the day when the Broncos were down 7-0 to Timber Creek, then 10-3, then scored 10 runs in the sixth inning – including a grand slam from Alex Hernandez – to win 13-10. A few hours later, they dominated Park Vista 8-2.

So how did the Broncos have enough to beat Park Vista after that monstrous effort against Timber Creek?