Saturday, Aug 23, 2014

Sports

Weeki Wachee hires two coaches

Weeki Wachee hires two coaches

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.
Published: 07/27/14
Updated: 07/31/14
Veteran HHS skipper seeks second World Series title

Veteran HHS skipper seeks second World Series title

Don’t blame Hernando County Majors coach and University of Alabama product Tim Sims for asking the bus driver to “Turn it up” this weekend.
Published: 07/24/14
Spring Hill Angels seek first World Series crown since 2010

Spring Hill Angels seek first World Series crown since 2010

This weekend’s third annual Dixie Softball Angels (ages 9-10) All-Stars World Series serves as a homecoming of sorts for Spring Hill skipper Scott Budlove.
Published: 07/24/14

Spring Hill 13s finish second in state tournament

For the third time in six summers, West Volusia’s Juniors Boys (age 13) All-Stars captured Florida Dixie Youth Baseball’s state championship Monday night in Highlands County.
Published: 07/24/14

Between the Lines

Weeki Wachee physicals, parent meeting
Updated: 1 months ago
Persistence pays off for Brooksville Majors

Persistence pays off for Brooksville Majors

If the church bells were heard ringing loudly Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Brooksville, there was plenty of reason.
Updated: 1 months ago
Spring Hill American completes repeat

Spring Hill American completes repeat

ARCADIA – Thanks to right-hander Jacob Kelly’s imposing complete game 1-hitter, Hernando County’s old Dixie Youth Baseball record book has a new entry.
Updated: 1 months ago

Between the Lines

Junior Olympic fish fry
Updated: 1 months ago

Spring Hill rallies for Ozone title

SPRING HILL – Spring Hill American skipper Joe Abbadessa can rest easier now that his baseball team finally reached the top of the podium.
Updated: 1 months ago

World Series dreams resonate in Sebring

Three local Dixie Boys Baseball All-Star squads – including two from Spring Hill, another from Brooksville – will trek approximately 130 miles for a pair of state championships at the City of Sebring’s Max Long Baseball Complex.
Updated: 1 months ago

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