Florida athletes were all over the map this past weekend. Here are some storylines that you may have missed.
Articles with New Smyrna Beach HS
We were on site at "The Championship," a combined conference meet between the 5 Star conference and Seminole Athletic Conference.
With 3 days till the cross country season officially begins, here is the scouting report for the 3A boys.
Our virtual meet predicts both the girls and boys individual and team battles.
We rank the top girls and boys teams in 3A. Where do you and your squad stack up?
We preview the Embry Riddles Asics Classic which features nearly three dozen teams including high school and collegiate athletes.
We use our virtual meet to see how both the girls and boys individual and team battles are predicted to play out.
As part of our Saucony Flo 50 rankings series, we take a look at the top 25 boys and girls individuals as well as the top 25 boys and girls teams and rank them. Here are the top boys teams after the cross country state championship.
Land O' Lakes sophomore Natalie Abernathy and Vanguard junior Diego Lavieri-Sosa brought home their first regional championships by taking the 3A-2 crown at Holloway Park in times of 19:17.37 and 16:13.20. On the team side, Vanguard and Matanzas finished 1-2 while Logan Locascio and the Gainsville boys won by 18 points over New Smyrna Beach. Andy Warrener recaps all the action.
Creekside and Chiles finished 1-2 at the 3A state meet last year and look to be positioned for the same showing this fall. Creekside will rely on a skilled and experienced senior laden team while the Timberwolves have three runners capable of placing in the top 25. We take a look at the top 10 teams in 3A as we head into the 2016 season.
Ralph Epifanio gives us an inside look at the 5 Star Conference Championship.
Ralph Epifanio was on-site at the Flagler County Fairgrounds in Bunnell for the Five Star Conference Championship and captured over 750 photos of all the action. Check them out and make sure to tag yourself!
The 2013-2014 school year has provided some great highlights in both cross country and track across the Sunshine State. In the coming weeks many of our seniors will head out to start their college careers both athletically and academically. We wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature and say thank you for your support over the years.
When it comes to weather, I always go-a with NOAA, or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Everything else is just a watered-down version of true meteorology.
Going into the cross country season of 2011 many obstacles were thrown at us. Our head coach had to move, and we were switched into a new district and region. One thing that didn't change, however, was our family bond. We all knew that what ever came our way we would fight through it together.