- 10:00 am Tuesday, October 27th, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
The district tournaments are over, and regional competition is set to begin. [More]
- 8:30 am Monday, October 12th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Top-10 wins and losses led to significant movement inside the rankings this week.
After dropping all the way to No. 2, Boca Raton is back in the top spot after a pair of wins. Meanwhile, formerly top-ranked Jupiter drops to third after losing to Martin County while Lake Worth Christian rolled to its 15th straight victory. Atlantic held serve at the fourth spot, but Benjamin jumped from eighth to fifth as other teams moved around it. Palm Beach Gardens falls one spot after losing to Wellington, which jumps from tenth to seventh. American Heritage and Oxbridge Academy took their shares of [More]
- 12:00 pm Monday, October 5th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
After another week of matches, the top 10 sees a change at the top.
The Warriors move to the top spot this week after taking down last week’s No. 1, Boca Raton, in five sets. The Bobcats move down a single spot after the close loss to another top team. Lake Worth Christian moves up to No. 3 as it continues to surge, taking the spot from Atlantic, which drops a spot after losing to the Bobcats. American Heritage, Oxbridge, Palm Beach Gardens, Benjamin and Park Vista stick in the top 10, and Wellington re-enters after winning its last two matches.
- 12:00 pm Monday, September 14th, 2015 by Adam Lichtenstein
Several top volleyball teams fell in Week 3, taking their first loss or more.
Boca Raton stays at No. 1 despite dropping its first game of the season, while Atlantic — the only undefeated team left in the Top 2 — moves to No. 2. Oxbridge Academy jumps to No. 4, and John I. Leonard moves up to No. 6. In Wellington, the Wolverines drop to No. 9 after losing three of their last four games.
New to the top 10 are American Heritage and Seminole Ridge, which enter at Nos. 8 and 10, respectively.
Here’s the Post’s top 10 entering Week 4:
Boca Raton (9-1): [More]
- 11:13 am Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 by Jodie Wagner
Bailey Williams’ first overseas volleyball trip was a hot one, both on and off the court. [More]
- 11:58 am Thursday, June 25th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang
Bailey Williams’ athleticism has taken her a long way.
Despite being undersized for the outside hitter position, the 5-foot-8 Wellington senior will stick to that position as a Division I indoor girls volleyball player next year. Williams, who is considered as one of the top volleyball players in the Palm Beach County, announced her verbal commitment to George Mason University through Twitter on Wednesday night. [More]
- 7:00 am Thursday, June 18th, 2015 by Anthony Chiang and Jodie Wagner