High School Buzz 

Boca Raton sends 10 student-athletes to college on scholarships

  • 12:50 pm Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 by Post Staff

Boca Raton held a signing day ceremony for 10 Bobcats who signed college scholarships.

Anthony Darrisaw signed with Independence Community College (Kan.) and Terrell Williams signed with Arizona Western College for football. In swimming, Fallon Fitzpatrick signed with Northwestern, Alex Bagshaw signed with Drexel, Danielle Smith signed with West Virginia and Katie Parker signed with St. Bonaventure. In baseball, Dylan Massey signed with the University of Chicago and Ben Ladner signed with the University of Illinois at Chicago. Alex Whitney signed with Ava Maria College for women’s basketball, and Olivia Poole signed with Wingate College for tennis.
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WR Terrell Williams headed to Arizona Western

  • 8:53 am Thursday, March 25th, 2010 by Jason Lieser

Former Boca Raton wide receiver Terrell Williams, a senior, said he will continue his football career at Arizona Western, a junior college in Yuma, Ariz.
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Terrell Williams does not intend to sign next week

  • 9:39 am Friday, January 29th, 2010 by Jason Lieser

Even though he claims some impressive scholarship offers, Boca Raton wide receiver Terrell Williams said he will not sign next week.
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Game within the game: Terrell Williams vs. Matt Thomas

  • 6:21 am Friday, September 11th, 2009 by Jason Lieser

When No. 6 Boca Raton visits No. 10 Palm Beach Lakes on Friday, the game pits the Bobcats’ spread offense against one of the area’s best secondaries. There are a lot of big questions heading into this one (How will the Rams try to contain QB Eddie Sullivan? Are the Bobcats good enough up front to slow down Palm Beach Lakes’ running game), but one matchup to watch is Boca Raton WR Terrell Williams vs. Rams CB Matt Thomas.
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High school football Week 1 Platinum

  • 10:32 pm Sunday, September 6th, 2009 by Jason Lieser

Admittedly, this will be an incomplete list. There is no way to catch every single game and newspapers don’t record thorough defensive stats or linemen grades, but here are some of the performances that stood out from games I saw either in person and on DVD, read about in the paper or based on information I got from school staff.
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