High School Buzz 

Ex-Dwyer star Tommylee Lewis lives BCS dream with Northern Illinois

  • 4:29 pm Friday, December 28th, 2012 by Jeff Greer

Tommylee Lewis never thought he’d play in a BCS bowl game, especially so quickly.


Football: Atlantic LB Lewis headed to Ohio Dominican, three others commit

  • 4:06 pm Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 by Matt Porter

Hard-hitting Atlantic linebacker Martavius Lewis is the latest Palm Beach County player headed to the next level. [More]

Final notes from the Palm Beach-Treasure Coast All-Star Game

  • 8:19 pm Saturday, January 22nd, 2011 by Jeff Greer

Welcome to our in-game coverage of the 18th annual Palm Beach County-Treasure Coast All-Star Game (formerly known as the Outback Bowl). It’s hovering in the high 50s, low 60s around kickoff.

Here are some final-quarter thoughts. The National team edged out the American team, 20-19.


Dwyer wide receiver Tommylee Lewis commits to Northern Illinois

  • 5:22 pm Monday, January 17th, 2011 by Matt Porter

They talked plenty of trash to each other during Dwyer High football practices, so don’t expect Tommylee Lewis and Darrell Hunter be quiet if they face each other in the next few years. [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]

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]

Kirk Herbstreit upset over Dwyer-Glenville result

  • 2:43 pm Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 by Matt Porter

Speaking on The Joe Rose Show on 560-WQAM, the man who lent his name to the Kirk Herbstreit National Kickoff Classic said Dwyer was robbed of a win.

“It made me sick to my stomach,” said Kirk Herbstreit. [More]