Friday, Oct 31, 2014

Sports

NCT’s Schmit beats heat, district field

NCT’s Schmit beats heat, district field

BROOKSVILLE – First-year coach Deirdre Byrne’s Crystal River Lady Pirates made it look easy capturing the six-team Class 2A, District 7 Girls Cross Country Meet Thursday at Nature Coast Technical.
Published: 10/30/14
Springstead in hunt for district hardware

Springstead in hunt for district hardware

In a county where low numbers and inadequate facilities have long plagued the local prep swimming programs, the state series tends to put the focus on the individual.
Published: 10/31/14
Pickersgill gains state experience

Pickersgill gains state experience

Regardless of the final individual results from the pressure-packed 65th annual Class 2A FHSAA Finals in Lake County, Hernando High junior Maddy Pickersgill can hold her head high.
Published: 10/30/14
Lady Eagles look to ascend back to top

Lady Eagles look to ascend back to top

Imagine capturing two-thirds (40-of-59), or nearly 68 percent of soccer matches over a span of the last three seasons, but during that same stretch playing second fiddle to an archrival.
Published: 10/31/14
Hernando secures spot in Sweet 16

Hernando secures spot in Sweet 16

BROOKSVILLE – As the clock ticked away during the break between the first and second game, the down referee approached the scorer’s table puzzled.
Published: 10/30/14
Sunlake sweeps away Weeki Wachee

Sunlake sweeps away Weeki Wachee

LAND O’ LAKES — For the second straight year, Weeki Wachee fell short in the Class 5A, Region II quarterfinals.
Published: 10/29/14
WEDNESDAY SCORES

WEDNESDAY SCORES

Volleyball:
Published: 10/29/14
TUESDAY SCORES

TUESDAY SCORES

Girls Soccer:
Published: 10/28/14
Updated: 10/29/14
Lady Eagles “in a dogfight” in 3A-7

Lady Eagles “in a dogfight” in 3A-7

A sense of optimism could reign over the majority of the county’s female cross country runners prior to Thursday’s initial leg of the state series in Brooksville.
Published: 10/29/14
County harriers face end of line

County harriers face end of line

The formula for success for the county’s remaining 35 male cross country runners is simple: go hard or go home.
Published: 10/29/14

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