The Mavericks will be forced to forfeit all of its regular season wins from this past season and will have to pay fines totaling nearly $16,000 after an FHSAA investigation revealed three players has received impermissible benefits.
Several top Miami-Dade and Broward County football players are set to compete in this weekend’s 10th annual Miami Dolphins’ 7-on-7 tournament, which will also feature competition in three youth divisions.
The Mavericks scored five runs in the final two innings including four in the seventh as they rallied to beat Tampa Jesuit and secure their third state title in a row and seventh in the past eight seasons.
The Nova High School baseball team is spending its mornings practicing in Davie, preparing for Friday’s 10 a.m. start to the Titans’ Florida Class 8A semifinal game against Tallahassee Lincoln in Fort Myers.
Tornadoes’ ace Trevor Kniskern faced the minimum 18 batters over the final six innings without a allowing a hit, but Pompano Beach couldn’t overcome the two runs he surrendered in the first which led to a 2-1 loss to Jacksonville Bolles.
After 11 seasons, Angel Herrera has left the Cougars’ baseball program after accepting a coaching position at Miami-Dade College. Killian has hired longtime former Southridge coach Ed Doskow as his replacement.
Coach Jevon Glenn said 19-year-old senior receiver TJ Bradley died Tuesday morning from injuries sustained when he and 17-year-old Demetrius Palmer were ejected from a red Corvette Bradley’s mother had rented for him to use on prom night. Palmer remains in critical condition
Some of South Florida’s best pitchers take the mound this week in Fort Myers as four more local teams chase state titles including Archbishop McCarthy, the No. 2 team in the nation, which plays No. 3 Lynn Haven Mosley in the Class 6A semifinals.
St. Thomas Aquinas’ Brook Bauer and Coral Springs Charter’s Allison Muraskin dominated the competition, while Dillard’s Jordan Wright and Calvary Christian’s Diego Fagot excelled in multiple sports, earning the quartet Athlete of the Year honors.
Jupiter High catcher Mason Doolittle pitched for just the second time this season and got the game-ending strikeout as the Warriors beat Stoneman Douglas 6-4 in 11 innings in the Florida high school Region 3-9A baseball championship on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.