Eddie Romero recaps 2A Region 4 from Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek.
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Will Bridges was on-site at the Broward Elite Athletic Club Showcase and captured over 200 photos including this one of the coaches from Pine Crest and Calvary Christian posing with Olympian Tyson Gay who was one of the many professional athletes competing.
The battle for the 3A team title is going to be close with Miami Northwestern and Chiles both in that classification and finishing 1-2 in our Super 25 Pre-Season Power Rankings.
American Heritage won the 2A crown in 2016, but lose hurdler McKinly Brown to graduation. The school has one of the top football programs in the country and will hope to get some of those gridiron standouts onto the track. Anthony Schwartz is the defending 100/200m champion and was a major factor in the team's relays. Six other teams are listed higher on our pre-season rankings making the chance to defend very hard. Satellite High School is the top team with an impressive distance corp and the number one ranked pole vaulter in Noah Mumme.
Trinity Prep looks for their third straight 2A Cross Country Finals team title in 2015 while Satellite could benefit from some incoming transfers. Take a look at the top boys teams in 2A!
The 32nd Annual Spanish River Invitational kicked off on Saturday morning with a few changes to the usual routine, but the tradition of one of the biggest and longest standing South Florida competitions continued successfully...
Calvary Christian (Ft. Lauderdale) senior Tayler McDuffie is a huge asset to their success as she is one of the top throwers in 2A right now. Last year she placed sixth in the shot put in the 1A State Finals with a throw of 37"0'. Since then she’s increased her personal best by five feet. McDuffie, a University of Central Florida signee is the 2A District 15 shot put winner, and Region 4 runner-up, and is projected to finish second at the 2A state meet.
Calvary Christian (Fort Lauderdale) senior Amanda Gale and Plantation American Heritage senior Jerimy Strainge are this week's Athletes of the Week. Gale picked up her first state title in the pole vault, clearing a new personal best mark of 12'6". Gale finished runner-up to her sister Emily last year. Strainge opened up eyes at the 2A State Finals, when he ran a blistering 20.97, US#8 time in the 200 meters to win the state title. He then ran an incredible leg on the team's 4x400 meter team helping them achieve gold. He did this after a three year absense due to injury.
Emily Gale is one of the nation’s top pole vaulters. The senior at Miami (Fl.) Calvary Christian School is the reigning Florida Class 1A state champion in the event. Throughout her senior year, she has dominated at competitions across the state. In short, she should be a shoo-in to repeat. (via Yahoo! Sports)