Auburndale HS Auburndale, FL, USA

Auburndale HS

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Five Storylines To Follow At 2017 Kowboy Invitational Todd Grasley Mar 10, 2017

Osceola High School in Kissimmee, Florida will welcome nearly three dozen teams from around the state for the annual Kowboy Invitational which you can WATCH LIVE on MileSplit Saturday morning. We give you five storylines we are looking forward to the most. Keep it locked on for archived video, interviews, photos, recaps, results, and more.

Auburndale Sprint Standout Chauncy Smart Stays In-State, Selects FSU Seminoles Todd Grasley Nov 6, 2016

One of the nation's top sprinters, Auburndale senior Chauncy Smart, is gearing up for National Signing Day, and will make his college choice LIVE on The explosive short sprinter, ranked FL#1 and US#3 in the 100m dash for the class of 2017 with his PR of 10.30, will announce Sunday at 12:30 p.m. and has narrowed his finalists to Nebraska, Iowa, Oregon, Tennessee, Miami, and FSU.

Recruiting Rundown: Chauncy Smart - Auburndale High School Todd Grasley Jul 24, 2016

July 1st marked the open recruiting period for college coaches around the country to contact the top class of 2017 prospects. Over the next 12 months we will chronicle some of Florida's best on their recruiting journey including Auburndale senior Chauncy Smart. Smart's personal best of 10.30w to win the Pepsi Florida Relays ranks as the third best 100m time in the nation in the senior class.

Auburndale's Chauncy Smart At His Best As Brooks PR Beckons Todd Grasley Jun 10, 2016

Auburndale junior Chauncy Smart is hungry. Hungry to prove he is one of the fastest sprinters not just in Florida, but in the rest of the country. Smart a two-sport standout in both football and track, clocked a then US#1 time of 10.30w to win the Pepsi Florida Relays. In fourteen races, he tallied two losses, with the last coming at the 3A state championship meet, a heartbreaking photo finish that saw him come up one one-hundredth of a second from the win. Following the meet, Smart thought his year was done, no postseason plans on the horizon, and spring football practice looming. He says he switched from his track spikes and laced up his cleats gearing up for the gridiron.