Saturday, Oct 25, 2014

Sports

Springstead’s district celebration stalls

Springstead’s district celebration stalls

NEW PORT RICHEY – Its vaunted defense protecting a 10-0 lead against an opponent employing a backup quarterback and running back, everything seemed to be falling in line.
Updated: 3 hours ago
Raiders overwhelm Hornets

Raiders overwhelm Hornets

WEEKI WACHEE – Weeki Wachee High running back Shawn O’Gorman managed a respectable game Friday despite the Hornets’ 42-10 loss to South Sumter.
Updated: 9 hours ago
Pasco rolls past Central, 31-7

Pasco rolls past Central, 31-7

BROOKSVILLE – The Pasco Pirates thoroughly routed the Central Bears, 31-7 on Friday night in Brooksville.
Updated: 9 hours ago
Sharks stave off late rally

Sharks stave off late rally

BROOKSVILLE – DeShawn Smith ran for 137 yards and recorded two interceptions as Nature Coast held off a late rally by the visiting Ocala-Forest Wildcats to win Friday night, 34-21.
Updated: 10 hours ago
Bulldogs lick Leopards, 56-34

Bulldogs lick Leopards, 56-34

BROOKSVILLE – On a night when the Zephyrhills defense was particularly vanilla playing minus its starting nose guard – 6-foot, 386-pound senior Quintan Foster (suspended for the game for the violation of team rules) – its prolifi...
Updated: 10 hours ago
FRIDAY SCORES

FRIDAY SCORES

Football:
Updated: 13 hours ago
2014 Hernando County Football Stats and Standings (thru 10-30)

2014 Hernando County Football Stats and Standings (thru 10-30)

2014 HERNANDO COUNTY TEAMS OVERALL FOOTBALL STANDINGS
Updated: 13 hours ago
Sharks bag Panthers, fifth straight title

Sharks bag Panthers, fifth straight title

BROOKSVILLE – All season long veteran Nature Coast Technical mentor Eric Milholland primed the Sharks toward peaking during pressure-packed postseason cross country meets.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Déjà vu all over again

Déjà vu all over again

ZEPHYRHILLS – It took 364 days for Hernando and Weeki Wachee to face once again in the Class 5A, District 7 Volleyball Tournament final.
Published: 10/24/14
Lady Eagles return to county’s perch

Lady Eagles return to county’s perch

BROOKSVILLE – To no one’s surprise, Crystal River claimed its fifth Hernando/Citrus Distance Classic girls cross country title Thursday at McKethan Lake.
Published: 10/24/14

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