American Heritage standout and Auburn Tigers football signee Anthony Schwartz was named the Gatorade Boys Track and Field Player of the Year. St. Thomas Aquinas baseball's Caleb Roberts and Troy Cameron also earned statewide honors.
The National Hockey League will honor the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School hockey team among others at its annual awards show on Wednesday. Two Florida Panthers — Roberto Luongo and Aleksander Barkov — are nominated for awards, too.
ESPN will posthumously honor Aaron Feis, Chris Hixon and Scott Beigel with the ESPY award for Best Coach on July 18. The three were among the 17 killed during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on Feb. 14.
The University of Southern California won the 2018 NCAA women's outdoor track and field title in Eugene, Oregon, behind a dramatic finish in the 1,600-meter relay. The Trojans' final runner, Kendall Ellis, is a St. Thomas Aquinas alumna.
Venice High reinstated John Peacock as its football coach after firing him April 25 for a series of incidents, with the latest stemming from liking a racially insensitive tweet involving Braden River High head coach Curt Bradley.
The Courage Award at the Miami Herald’s All-Broward Athletic Awards breakfast on Friday went to the 17 victims who died in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School — including coaches Aaron Feis, Chris Hixon Scott Beigel.
A strong outing by junior pitcher Eliza Gonzalez and a fantastic catch by senior left fielder Alexandra Good led Pembroke Pines Charter past Niceville 4-1 for the Class 7A title at Historic Dodgertown on Thursday.
The American Heritage softball team is back on top after defeating Land O’Lakes 5-1 for the Class 6A state championship at Historic Dodgertown on Thursday. It was the Patriots' eighth state title, which tied for second most in state history with Bartow.
`In addition to Coral Springs Charter’s Class 5A title and Miami Westminster Christian’s 4A crown, American Heritage and Pembroke Pines Charter each advanced to their respective 6A and 7A finals on Thursday.
The Coral Springs Charter Panthers softball team joined three other teams in the state to win four consecutive titles by defeating West Nassau 4-1 for the Class 5A title at Historic Dodgertownon Wednesday.