Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014

CHRIS BERNHARDT JR.

Hernando Today

Nature Coast hammers Central, 56-7

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– In Nature Coast’s first two games of the season, the Sharks couldn’t hold on to fourth-quarter leads.

Prep Football Previews: Week 4

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Springstead at Sunlake, 7:30 p.m.

Wright carries Springstead past Sharks

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– Daniel Wright stood there, looking understandably winded, surprised to hear just how much of a night’s work he had put in.

Local swim teams forced to reload

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One thing appears certain as a new prep swim season gets underway. The county landscape looks considerably different.

Central falls short in second half

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– Through the first two quarters, Central hung tough against The Villages on a soggy field Friday night.

Hernando-Bishop Kenny washed out

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For the second consecutive season, Hernando and Jacksonville-Bishop Kenny had their Week 2 matchup canceled by rain.

Central names new volleyball coach

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The unusual circumstance under which Central High began its volleyball season has finally been resolved.

Sharks left stunned on final play

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– Despite difficulty getting out of its own way, it appeared Nature Coast would escape with a season-opening victory Friday night.

Eagles set sights on encore

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Building seems like the recurrent theme for Hernando County football this season.

Pellage primed for final push

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Before the season had even begun, Christian Pellage had his big moment in the spotlight.

Prep Football Previews: Week 1

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Citrus at Springstead, 7:30 p.m.

Hernando, Weeki Wachee hoping for more

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In 2013, a budding new rivalry emerged in the county volleyball ranks.

Mistakes, missed opportunities haunt Hornets

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– Through one drive Friday night, things fell into place for Weeki Wachee.

Prep Football Previews: Preseason

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Hernando at River Ridge, 7:30 p.m.

Springstead faces Hudson for preseason

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Springstead embarks on the 2014 season having set the bar higher than any team in county history.

Harris ready to resume pro career

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As he readied for the opening kickoff Saturday night, DuJuan Harris admitted to feeling the jitters.

Lowe’s lends hand to Little League

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After vandals struck the West Hernando Little League complex last week, Friday’s event meant that much more.

Pellage picks South Carolina

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– 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.

Weeki Wachee hires two coaches

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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.

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