CHRIS BERNHARDT JR.Hernando Today
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BROOKSVILLE – In Nature Coast’s first two games of the season, the Sharks couldn’t hold on to fourth-quarter leads.
Springstead at Sunlake, 7:30 p.m.
SPRING HILL – Daniel Wright stood there, looking understandably winded, surprised to hear just how much of a night’s work he had put in.
One thing appears certain as a new prep swim season gets underway. The county landscape looks considerably different.
THE VILLAGES – Through the first two quarters, Central hung tough against The Villages on a soggy field Friday night.
For the second consecutive season, Hernando and Jacksonville-Bishop Kenny had their Week 2 matchup canceled by rain.
The unusual circumstance under which Central High began its volleyball season has finally been resolved.
BROOKSVILLE – Despite difficulty getting out of its own way, it appeared Nature Coast would escape with a season-opening victory Friday night.
Building seems like the recurrent theme for Hernando County football this season.
Before the season had even begun, Christian Pellage had his big moment in the spotlight.
Citrus at Springstead, 7:30 p.m.
In 2013, a budding new rivalry emerged in the county volleyball ranks.
WEEKI WACHEE – Through one drive Friday night, things fell into place for Weeki Wachee.
Hernando at River Ridge, 7:30 p.m.
Springstead embarks on the 2014 season having set the bar higher than any team in county history.
As he readied for the opening kickoff Saturday night, DuJuan Harris admitted to feeling the jitters.
SPRING HILL — After vandals struck the West Hernando Little League complex last week, Friday’s event meant that much more.
BROOKSVILLE – A little over a week away from the start of his senior year, Nature Coast Technical left tackle Christian Pellage made a critical decision about his collegiate future.
With the new school year on the horizon, Weeki Wachee High has filled two coaching vacancies, hoping to see improvement from two of its more downtrodden programs.