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U.S. defeats Europe in Junior Ryder Cup; Pano loses singles match

Alexa Pano and her United States teammates defeated Europe 12 1/2-11 1/2 to win the 2018 Ryder Cup Tuesday in Paris. Rachel Heck, 16, of Memphis, Tennessee, clinched the winning half-point on the 18th hole with a 12-foot birdie putt that halved the match with Annabell Fuller, 16, of England. After her 25-foot birdie putt helped the U.S. lead by 3 points after Monday’s matches at Disneyland Paris...
Week 6 HS football look-ahead: Wellington, Seminole Ridge square off

Week 6 HS football look-ahead: Wellington, Seminole Ridge square off

Benjamin nabbed a very impressive 47-18 win over Key West, a team that had been ranked in the AP polls in previous weeks, last Friday. The victory continues a hyper-successful run for Benjamin, King’s Academy and American Heritage, all undefeated programs making a legitimate case to be considered top three teams in Class 3A. Elsewhere in the county, Forest Hill continued its undefeated season...
Anybody know what day it is? Short week tests Miami Hurricanes 

Anybody know what day it is? Short week tests Miami Hurricanes 

In the Miami Hurricanes’ world, Tuesday became Monday and Wednesday became Tuesday, and if that sounds confusing to you, try living it, thanks to a crammed week leading up to a rare Thursday night game. The No. 16 Hurricanes face visiting North Carolina at 8 p.m. Thursday on ESPN. Although the 3-1 Hurricanes don’t lose a good part of one day because of travel like the 1-2 Tar Heels, the...
What Patriots coach Bill Belichick said about the Miami Dolphins Tuesday

What Patriots coach Bill Belichick said about the Miami Dolphins Tuesday

Here is some of what Patriots coach Bill Belichick said in a conference call with South Florida media on Tuesday: • Ryan Tannehill is doing well in pretty much everything. Start with 73 percent completions. He handles a lot at the line of scrimmage. He can get the team into the right plays. He’s making good decisions in the option game and on who to throw the ball to. They have a lot of...
Gardens’ Amari Carter, on starting for Miami Hurricanes: ‘It felt natural’

Gardens’ Amari Carter, on starting for Miami Hurricanes: ‘It felt natural’

Palm Beach Gardens’ Amari Carter made the first start of his University of Miami career last weekend, which might have seemed like a big deal to some. To Carter? “It felt natural,” he said. “It’s what I’ve been preparing for.” Given that Carter is a defensive back, that kind of cool under pressure is just what defensive coordinator Manny Diaz is looking for...
JUST IN: Ex-Dwyer football standout arrested in Jupiter shooting incident

JUST IN: Ex-Dwyer football standout arrested in Jupiter shooting incident

In his latest run-in with Jupiter police, former Dwyer High School football standout Michael Fleurizard is accused of shooting at a car and fleeing about 3 miles south. Fleurizard, 26, was arrested Monday on a slew of charges including multiple counts of aggravated assault and driving-related offenses. Judge Dina Keever-Agrama ordered the West Palm Beach resident be held without the possibility...
The Tape Don’t Lie: Miami Dolphins vs. Oakland Raiders, a review

The Tape Don’t Lie: Miami Dolphins vs. Oakland Raiders, a review

Dolphins coach Adam Gase says, “The tape don’t lie.” So each week, I’ll give the game tape a closer look. Here are some things I noticed after watching Miami’s 28-20 defeat of the Oakland Raiders, which moved Gase’s Dolphins to 3-0 for the first time, and gave the team a two-game lead in the AFC East. 1. Ryan Tannehill throws a pretty, accurate football. ...
Dan Mullen set for return to Starkville when Gators play Bulldogs

Dan Mullen set for return to Starkville when Gators play Bulldogs

Dan Mullen will forever be tied to Starkville, Mississippi. It’s where he landed his first head coaching job. It’s where his two children were born. It’s the place he called home for nearly a decade. It’s “StarkVegas” to Mullen, and he takes a lot of pride in everything he did to help get the 23rd-ranked Bulldogs to where they are today. Packed stadiums. Legal cowbells...
Pano’s 25-foot putt helps U.S. take 3-point lead at Junior Ryder Cup

Pano’s 25-foot putt helps U.S. take 3-point lead at Junior Ryder Cup

Lake Worth’s Alexa Pano made a 25-foot putt to win her afternoon four-balls match for the United States Monday in Paris on the first day of the 11th Junior Ryder Cup at Golf Disneyland. Pano and teammate Cole Ponich of Utah shot 12-under for 17 holes. The U.S. stretched a two-point morning foursomes lead over Europe into a 7 1/2-4 1/2 margin after mixed four-balls, with Tuesday singles set to...
Weekend rewind: Santaluces pulls off upset, Atlantic rolls on

Weekend rewind: Santaluces pulls off upset, Atlantic rolls on

The county’s top teams are beginning to separate themselves from the pack with key district wins. Here are some highlights from Week 5 in Palm Beach County Santaluces pulled off a second-half comeback against Boca Raton (Game Story) Atlantic finished an early season gauntlet with a win over Park Vista (Game Story) Dwyer won big against Palm Beach...
Lieser: Miami Dolphins ride high into first real test at Patriots

Lieser: Miami Dolphins ride high into first real test at Patriots

They’ve tried to keep it to themselves, even when they pulled off a couple of big wins to open the season, but the Dolphins can’t contain themselves any longer. Their poorly kept secret is out. All the talk during the last few months about not caring what anybody outside their building said and being unaware of the perception that their season was going to be a trainwreck was pretend....
Mike Gesicki ready, if thrust into starting role with Miami Dolphins

Mike Gesicki ready, if thrust into starting role with Miami Dolphins

Mike Gesicki pushed off of a Raiders cornerback, ran an in-route, caught a pass from Ryan Tannehill and turned upfield, ran past a slower linebacker and lowered his head as he plowed into a defensive back. With the Dolphins trailing in the third quarter, it was a critical gain of 19 yards. Gesicki confidently signaled first down. “All my routes I’m just running to win, whether it&rsquo...
Dolphins DT Akeem Spence disputes ejection for using helmet as weapon

Dolphins DT Akeem Spence disputes ejection for using helmet as weapon

Dolphins defensive tackle Akeem Spence regrets the situation his ejection caused for his teammates, but that’s about it. Miami lost Spence for the day early in the second quarter of its 28-20 victory over the Raiders when a post-play celebration got out of hand. As Spence joined the fun after Cameron Wake sacked Derek Carr for a big third-down stop, he got into it with Oakland left guard Kelechi...
Miami Hurricanes mum on QB, although N’Kosi Perry appears to have edge

Miami Hurricanes mum on QB, although N’Kosi Perry appears to have edge

All signs point to redshirt freshman N’Kosi Perry being the University of Miami’s starting quarterback Thursday night against visiting North Carolina. Well, almost all signs. Because Mark Richt, the guy whose vote counts the most — actually, the only vote on the matter — has taken a page from the coaching bible and doesn’t plan to reveal whether he’ll start Perry...
Miami Dolphins lose William Hayes for season as he tries not to apply weight to QB

Miami Dolphins lose William Hayes for season as he tries not to apply weight to QB

The Miami Dolphins lost defensive end William Hayes for the season with a torn ACL, coach Adam Gase said Monday. Hayes injured his knee on a sack of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. Gase said Hayes injured himself while trying to avoid putting his body weight on Carr. That rule is a point-of-emphasis for NFL officials this season. “I’m just telling you what happened,” Gase...
What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Monday (Patriots week)

What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Monday (Patriots week)

The Dolphins are riding high at 3-0 heading into Sunday’s game at New England, and coach Adam Gase even smiled a few times at this morning’s press conference. Not all the news was good for Miami, though. Here are some updates from Gase: -- Defensive end William Hayes is out for the year with a torn ACL. Gase said he got injured trying to avoid putting his body weight on quarterback Derek...
Miami Dolphins Snap Conclusions: Who played a lot, who didn’t

Miami Dolphins Snap Conclusions: Who played a lot, who didn’t

The Dolphins are 3-0 and every other team in the AFC East is 1-2. Just as everyone predicted. Miami is finding ways to win. In Sunday’s defeat of the Oakland Raiders, the defense bent but did not break. And Miami’s exciting playmaking and speed came through as Jakeem Grant and Albert Wilson, tiny troublemakers, exploded in the fourth quarter with game-winning touchdowns. Here are five...
Dolphins defensive line depth tested in win over Raiders

Dolphins defensive line depth tested in win over Raiders

During halftime Sunday, starting defensive tackle Akeem Spence’s backup, Vincent Taylor, approached him inside the Dolphins’ locker room and made him a promise. “Next time I see you, we’re going to have a dub [win],” Taylor said he told Spence, who had been ejected in the second quarter for ripping off Raiders offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele’s helmet and then...
 Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase dialing up fun, thrilling, winning trick plays

 Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase dialing up fun, thrilling, winning trick plays

We may never know what the play was called, and perhaps it’s better that way, it sort of adds to the mystery, the suspense, the lore. It was a touchdown. And it was critical. And it involved Ryan Tannehill, Frank Gore, Albert Wilson and Jakeem Grant. And it was fun. And it was splendid. And it was thrilling. And it was the most important play in the Miami Dolphins’ 28-20 home defeat of...
Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase: Gadget play for touchdown ‘straight thievery’

Miami Dolphins’ Adam Gase: Gadget play for touchdown ‘straight thievery’

The play that everybody wanted to talk about the most was the one Adam Gase wanted to talk about the least. The play, naturally, was the gadget that covered 52 yards and gave the Dolphins their first lead in a 28-20 victory over the Oakland Raiders. Ryan Tannehill took the snap, handed off to Frank Gore, who pitched it to Albert Wilson, who threw it to Jakeem Grant. “It was just straight thievery...
Meet the next great NFL cornerback: Dolphins’ star Xavien Howard

Meet the next great NFL cornerback: Dolphins’ star Xavien Howard

Xavien Howard has arrived, and he knows it. His teammates know it, too, and they barely allowed him to get through his post-game media availability after snaring two interceptions in the Dolphins’ 28-20 victory over the Raiders. A few lockers over, Bobby McCain wouldn’t stop yelling, “X-Factor,” and players from across the room were hollering as Howard tried to answer...
Ryan Tannehill: Miami Dolphins’ ways ‘are going to take us there’

Ryan Tannehill: Miami Dolphins’ ways ‘are going to take us there’

There came a point Sunday when Ryan Tannehill knew if the Dolphins were going to beat the Oakland Raiders, they were going to have to do it through the air. He also knew they were going to have to do it after scoring not many points and losing too many players. It says something about these Dolphins that Tannehill was fine with all that. In the end, the Dolphins beat the Oakland Raiders 28-20 to improve...
Tiger Woods caps off amazing comeback with a win

Tiger Woods caps off amazing comeback with a win

Tiger Woods, in his Sunday red shirt, both arms raised in victory on the 18th green. For so many years, the scene was familiar. This time, it was surreal. "I can't believe I pulled this off," Woods said Sunday during the trophy presentation at the Tour Championship, where he gave thousands of delirious fans at East Lake, and millions more around the world, what they wanted to see, and what...
Dolphins WR DeVante Parker has key catch in return from injury

Dolphins WR DeVante Parker has key catch in return from injury

DeVante Parker never says much, but it was clear missing out on all the Dolphins’ fun the first two weeks of this season was tough on him. It was to the point that he didn’t come into his season debut Sunday with any expectations other than just getting the joy of running out there with his teammates again. Parker did much more than that, though. He caught a deep ball down the right...
Jeter's Marlins finish as poorest home draw since 2004 Expos

Jeter's Marlins finish as poorest home draw since 2004 Expos

The 25th anniversary of the Marlins franchise was seen by the fewest fans at home in team history. The Marlins became the first major league team to draw fewer than 1 million fans at home since the 2004 Montreal Expos, beating the Cincinnati Reds 6-0 Sunday before 13,595 to complete the Miami portion of their schedule in Derek Jeter's first season as chief executive officer. "Obviously we would...
Grading the Miami Dolphins for their 28-20 victory against the Oakland Raiders

Grading the Miami Dolphins for their 28-20 victory against the Oakland Raiders

Grading the Dolphins for their 28-20 comeback victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon: Ryan Tannehill had a day of extremes. His touchdown “pass” to Jakeem Grant was a glorified pitch that traveled a couple of yards in the air and had to be the easiest TD pass of his career. But wait: Was it his fourth-down pitch to Albert Wilson that officially was scored as a 74-yard TD...
Five instant takeaways from Dolphins’ 28-20 win over Raiders

Five instant takeaways from Dolphins’ 28-20 win over Raiders

Another week, another wild win for the Dolphins. This one required a trick play straight off the playground and an interception in the end zone for Miami to emerge with a 28-20 victory over the Raiders and move to 3-0 as it heads into a crucial showdown against the Patriots. It was a rocky afternoon, one that saw the home crowd booing them early then erupting at the end, but the Dolphins pulled it...
Miami Dolphins DL: Akeem Spence ejected; William Hayes injured

Miami Dolphins DL: Akeem Spence ejected; William Hayes injured

The Dolphins’ defensive line took two blows in the first half of a game against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. First, defensive end William Hayes sustained an apparent injury during a sack of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. Hayes was writhing on the ground in pain and his knee was checked by trainers. Hayes was able to walk off the field with some discomfort. If Hayes is out for any measure...
Miami Dolphins: Who’s In/Who’s Out vs. Oakland Raiders

Miami Dolphins: Who’s In/Who’s Out vs. Oakland Raiders

The Miami Dolphins will go without Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones (shoulder) against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium. Rookie Minkah Fitzpatrick will start at safety for the Dolphins. This means Bobby McCain could play some slot and Cordrea Tankersley and/or Torry McTyer could see some time at outside corner. Maurice Smith is also capable of playing deep safety. Wide receiver DeVante...
NEWS: Update on Reshad Jones’ status for Dolphins vs. Raiders

NEWS: Update on Reshad Jones’ status for Dolphins vs. Raiders

Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones is not expected to play today against the Oakland Raiders, according to a league source. Jones has been listed as questionable this week with a shoulder injury. In his place, the Dolphins could use safety Maurice Smith, who has been activated from the practice squad. The Dolphins could also move slot corner Minkah Fitzpatrick to safety, move corner Bobby...
5 Miami Dolphins under pressure vs. Oakland Raiders

5 Miami Dolphins under pressure vs. Oakland Raiders

The Dolphins are attempting to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2013 by beating the Raiders at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday. The Raiders beat the Dolphins 27-24 in Miami last season despite Jay Cutler’s 311 yards and three touchdowns. Here are five Dolphins under pressure in Sunday’s game: 1) S Minkah Fitzpatrick — Last year, Raiders tight end Jared Cook abused Miami...
Competitive culture: On Adam Gase’s Dolphins, no player entitled to start, or dress, any given week

Competitive culture: On Adam Gase’s Dolphins, no player entitled to start, or dress, any given week

When the Dolphins start a new week of practice, coach Adam Gase generally has a good idea of the players who will end up inactive the following Sunday. But in no way is it etched in stone. In fact, players have been been “up” or “down” as coaches and players say, based on their practice performance on offense, defense, or often most importantly, special teams. &ldquo...
Keiser rally falls short as Seahawks lose school’s first home game

Keiser rally falls short as Seahawks lose school’s first home game

Roughly a decade after the idea of a football program was first floated and after three long weeks on the road to begin their inaugural season, the Keiser Seahawks finally played their first home game. The record book will show a mistake-filled 21-15 loss to Georgetown College (Kentucky), a decorated program ranked ninth in the country that made the NAIA quarterfinals last year and won national titles...
A conversation with Dolphins DE Cameron Wake about learning, teaching and being unhappy

A conversation with Dolphins DE Cameron Wake about learning, teaching and being unhappy

Whenever Cameron Wake flashes a smile, it always seems like it’s escaping from him. He’d prefer to maintain the image of the bad, brooding defensive end who exists only to demolish opposing quarterbacks. He rarely seems less happy, by the way, than when he does his weekly media availability. Or media obligation, as Wake puts it. When told Friday — jokingly — that it’s...
Dolphins begrudgingly admire Marshawn Lynch’s powerful running style

Dolphins begrudgingly admire Marshawn Lynch’s powerful running style

Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke has trouble getting himself in the right frame of mind to give Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch his due. The nature of his job makes it hard to think of Lynch as anything other than a problem he must deal with in Sunday’s game. But if he steps back for a moment, it seems like Lynch would be one of his favorite players to watch.  “I respect...
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill keeps it safe, steady in revamped passing attack

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill keeps it safe, steady in revamped passing attack

There’s a fine line between complimenting and insulting Ryan Tannehill when it comes to discussing his role in the Dolphins’ thriving offense. Calling him proficient, for example, sounds nice. But saying he’s capable or competent starts veering into that “game manager” description most quarterbacks seem to hate.  The essence of what Miami’s done in the first...
Ex-Dwyer, FSU TE Nick O’Leary starts from bottom with Dolphins

Ex-Dwyer, FSU TE Nick O’Leary starts from bottom with Dolphins

One of the best Palm Beach County high school football players in recent history is getting a second chance with the Dolphins. Nick O’Leary, a tight end who played for Dwyer and Florida State, is attempting to climb his way up from Miami’s practice squad three years after being drafted in the sixth round. “It’s good to get going again, get on the field again and work your way...
Hard to find great pass rushers? Miami Dolphins have embarrassment of riches

Hard to find great pass rushers? Miami Dolphins have embarrassment of riches

Robert Quinn has 63.5 career sacks and so he knows a thing or two about what it takes to be a premier pass rusher in the NFL. “You’ve got power rushers, you’ve got speed rushers,” Quinn said. “You’ve got guys who love to use their hands. You know when you see it on tape.” Quinn mentions that Von Miller is the best pass rusher he’s seen. He agrees Khalil...
Palm Beach County High School Football Scores: Week 5

Palm Beach County High School Football Scores: Week 5

THURSDAY’S RESULTS Santaluces 22, Boca Raton 17. Click here to read about Chiefs’ upset FRIDAY’S RESULTS Atlantic 21, Park Vista 7 Click here to read story GALLERY of Atlantic-Dwyer game Dwyer 42, Palm Beach Gardens 7 Click here to read story GALLERY of Dwyer-Gardens game American Heritage 44, Fort Lauderdale-Archbishop McCarthy 0 Cardinal Newman 45, Royal Palm Beach 12 Benjamin...
Dolphins S Maurice Smith back on roster after turbulent 3 weeks

Dolphins S Maurice Smith back on roster after turbulent 3 weeks

At any point in the last year or so, Dolphins safety Maurice Smith would’ve made the obligatory statements about how the NFL is a business and nothing is guaranteed. Now he knows firsthand how true those things are. Smith clawed his way onto Miami’s roster as an undrafted free agent in 2017 and stayed with the team the entire season, then believed he’d made the cut once again at...
Jerome Baker inspired by Cam Wake’s powerful message to rookies

Jerome Baker inspired by Cam Wake’s powerful message to rookies

Jerome Baker is one of the happiest guys you’d ever want to meet. He is a perpetual bundle of positive energy. Here is a Friday conversation with the Miami Dolphins rookie linebacker: Post: If you had a party in your backyard, what artist or band do you want there? Baker: Drake. He brings something different. And I’m going to the show later tonight in Miami. Everybody knows his songs....
Miami Dolphins RB Frank Gore trained as boxer in 2018 offseason

Miami Dolphins RB Frank Gore trained as boxer in 2018 offseason

It takes creativity to find ways to keep in shape this late in a career without putting on unnecessary mileage, and Dolphins running back Frank Gore went into the recent offseason trying to find exercise that required minimal exertion on his legs. He settled on boxing. Gore, a 14-year veteran who is surely headed to the Hall of Fame, spent his summer in the ring and took to the sport quickly. &ldquo...
What Dolphins coach Adam Gase just said, Friday before Raiders game

What Dolphins coach Adam Gase just said, Friday before Raiders game

Here are some things Adam Gase said Friday, two days before Miami tries to go to 3-0 by defeating the Oakland Raiders: • Reshad Jones is doing a little bit more each day. There is a good chance he’ll be able to go. • DeVante Parker is in good shape. • I like that we’re getting so many guys touches. • It’s a good problem to have so many running backs and wide receivers...
Miami Dolphins’ position groups of concern vs. Oakland Raiders

Miami Dolphins’ position groups of concern vs. Oakland Raiders

As much as the Raiders look like they’re spiraling and the Dolphins are surging to start the season, Miami rarely has an easy one. It’d be surprising to see Sunday’s home game against Oakland be anything other than a tight game. It’s one the Dolphins can’t afford to lose, though, if they’re going to contend for a playoff spot this year. Good teams win these...
Miami Dolphins practice report: Updates on DeVante Parker, Reshad Jones

Miami Dolphins practice report: Updates on DeVante Parker, Reshad Jones

The Dolphins held their final practice of the week, a walk-through, this morning in preparation for Sunday’s home game against the Raiders. The biggest question remains whether wide receiver DeVante Parker will make his season debut. Here are some updates from today’s practice: -- Parker appeared to be a full participant, as he has been all week. He ran routes with the rest of the receivers...
Kiko Alonso returns to destructive, disruptive ways; leads neophyte Dolphins linebackers

Kiko Alonso returns to destructive, disruptive ways; leads neophyte Dolphins linebackers

Dolphins coach Adam Gase mentioned on Thursday that outside linebacker Kiko Alonso has been involved in defensive play-calling. Through two games this season, it is clear that Alonso has re-established himself as a tenacious, walloping force, but also that he has emerged as the trusted leader for Miami’s youthful linebackers. “The responsibility is getting them the call so everyone can...
This is the smooth, dependable Laremy Tunsil the Miami Dolphins chose as building block

This is the smooth, dependable Laremy Tunsil the Miami Dolphins chose as building block

Laremy Tunsil is saying over and over again that it’s about being there for the team, the offensive line and his coaches. “I’m going to keep saying the same thing over and over,” Tunsil said Thursday. What Tunsil has put on tape over and over this season are consistently good reps. Tunsil is fully living up to his status as a first-round Miami Dolphins offensive tackle. &ldquo...

HS volleyball: Oxbridge, Benjamin, Spanish River, Dwyer win

Oxbridge Academy d. Jupiter Christian 25-18, 25-19, 25-21: Libby Nieporte had 14 kills and 12 digs and Morgan Weber added seven digs and three aces as the ThunderWolves (14-2) swept the Eagles in Jupiter. Benjamin d. Fort Pierce-John Carroll 25-16, 25-10, 25-10: Madeline Comorat had 16 assists and Ellie Blain contributed 14 kills as the Buccaneers (13-4) handled the Rams in Palm Beach Gardens. Heather...

HS volleyball: Oxbridge, St. Andrew’s, Benjamin, Suncoast win

Oxbridge d. Boca Raton Christian 25-16, 26-24, 31-29: Kaylon Smith had 11 kills and five blocks and Josie Foreman added five blocks as the ThunderWolves (12-2) took down the Blazers (11-6) in Boca Raton. Sydney Visser had 20 kills, 16 digs and five service points for the Blazers. St. Andrew’s d. King’s Academy 21-25, 25-21, 25-10, 25-22, 15-12: Caroline Cleveland had 17 kills and 21 digs...
U.S. takes historic gold medal at FEI World Equestrian Games

U.S. takes historic gold medal at FEI World Equestrian Games

In a dramatic jump-off for the gold medal between the United States and Sweden, the NetJets U.S. show jumping team won a historic gold medal at the FEI World Equestrian Games Sunday at Tryon (N.C.) International Equestrian Center. The U.S. team of McLain Ward of Wellington, Laura Kraut of Royal Palm Beach, Adrienne Sternlicht of Greenwich, Conn. and Devin Ryan of Long Valley, N.J. won the team gold...
High School Sports Schedule Sept. 24-Sept. 29

High School Sports Schedule Sept. 24-Sept. 29

FOOTBALL Thursday’s games Atlantic at Spanish River, 6 p.m. Pahokee at Boynton Beach, 6 p.m. Friday’s games St. Andrew’s at Somerset Canyons, 4 p.m. Boca Raton at Palm Beach Central, 6 p.m. Cocoa at Glades Central, 6 p.m. Dwyer at Olympic Heights, 6 p.m. John I. Leonard at Park Vista, 6 p.m. Jupiter at Palm Beach Gardens, 6 p.m. Lake Worth at Santaluces, 6 p.m. Port St. Lucie at...
Elam does it all as Benjamin trounces Key West

Elam does it all as Benjamin trounces Key West

Earlier this week, Benjamin four-star cornerback Kaiir Elam received his jersey for the 2019 Under Armour All-America Game. On Friday night, the senior showed what he can do on special teams and offense. Elam returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown, made an athletic catch to keep his team’s first possession alive and scored on a 63-yard catch-and-run to help Benjamin remain unbeaten with...
Lane’s interception return sparks Dwyer’s rout of Gardens

Lane’s interception return sparks Dwyer’s rout of Gardens

On their first play, Dwyer High defenders made it clear they would bully around the Palm Beach Gardens offense Friday night. Antavious Lane jumped a route and intercepted a pass near the line of scrimmage, returning it 27 yards for a touchdown. The Panthers rode that momentum the rest of the game in 42-7 rout of the visiting Gators. * PHOTO GALLERY: Click here Lane, a Post Super 11...
Ilimaleota’s three TD passes lift Atlantic past Park Vista

Ilimaleota’s three TD passes lift Atlantic past Park Vista

Atlantic continued its season-opening gauntlet against some of the best teams in Palm Beach County on Friday night, rallying for a 21-7 road win over Park Vista in a District 10-8A game. *PHOTO GALLERY: Click here Atlantic (4-0, 1-0) had its hands full against an efficient Park Vista (2-3, 1-1) offense in the early going. The Cobras moved the ball well on their first few drives and took a 7-0 lead...
Unanimous: Our staff says Dolphins will be 3-0 after Raiders game

Unanimous: Our staff says Dolphins will be 3-0 after Raiders game

Miami has more talent than Oakland, and is favored for a reason. This is a pivotal game in the Dolphins’ season. Win and earn legitimate respect from the league for a 3-0 start. Lose, and well… same old. The Dolphins have been good at home offensively and Ryan Tannehill has never had a greater variety of weapons. Miami thinks their conditioning in the heat gives them an advantage with...
Carnegie lifts Santaluces to 22-17 upset of Boca Raton

Carnegie lifts Santaluces to 22-17 upset of Boca Raton

Running back Val Carnegie scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 7-yard run in the fourth quarter as Santaluces rallied from a 17-6 halftime deficit to upset visiting Boca Raton 22-17 in a District 10-8A game Thursday night. It was a signature victory for coach Brian Coe’s Chiefs (3-2, 2-0). Coe inherited a winless program two seasons ago and his team already has surpassed its win total from last...
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