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Salute To Seniors: Lindsay Tomaini - Community School Of Naples Todd Grasley Jul 21, 2016

The 2015-2016 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.

Final Rankings: Girls Discus - Ransom's Ajagbe, CSN's Paul Pave Way Todd Grasley Jun 23, 2016

Community School of Naples senior Stephanie Paul became one of only two discus throwers in the state to go over 150 feet joining state leader Debbie Ajagbe of Ransom Everglades who launched the implement an impressive 157'10" at a mid-week meet at Belen Jesuit. Check out the top 500 girls discus throws for the 2016 season.

CSN's Lindsay Tomaini Hooked On TCU Horned Frogs Todd Grasley Dec 3, 2015

The college decision is in for Community School of Naples senior Lindsay Tomaini. Tomaini who owns personal bests of 5:13.68 (1,600m), 11:14.57 (3,200m), and 18:45.20 (5k) ultimately selected the TCU Horned Frogs over the University of Florida. We caught up with her to talk about her college plans.

NXN Southeast: Atkinson Wins Jason Byrne Nov 29, 2008

Brian Atkinson had a fantastic day to won the race in 15:11 by three seconds. Melbourne upset Belen Jesuit to place as the top Florida boys team in 8th place, Tampa Jesuit was 11th, and Belen Jesuit 12th. Chiles girls were 7th place and Community School Girls 8th place. Erika Fluehr is top Florida girls finisher in 10th place with 18:11. While no Florida teams advance, Brian Atkinson can move on to the national meet in Portland.  This is the first year NXN is accepting individuals as well was teams.

1A Girls: Hale, CSN cap season with style Bob Thomas Nov 25, 2008

As if Kayla Hale hadn’t done enough for the Melbourne Holy Trinity cross country program over the course of her career, her actions minutes after securing an historic fourth individual state title Saturday, spoke louder than words. Instead of basking in the spotlight of her record-tying feat - becoming just the fourth runner in state history to win four titles - Hale was in the finishing chute at Little Everglades Ranch, heaping praise on her teammates while helping them to their feet.

Showdown at the Ranch, Pre-State Meet is Tomorrow Jason Byrne Oct 17, 2008

This weekend a couple thousand of runners, including many of the best in the state of Florida, will be headed to an out-of-the way ranch in dimly populated North Pasco County.  Down the small dirt, wooden path they will venture, hoping their bus does not get stuck.  And then finally over the railroad tracks, the woods open up and they will see it:  the beautiful Little Everglades Ranch.  Some hate the course, some love it.  But there is no denying it is one of the most beautiful spaces of authentic Florida that you will find.  No tourists.  No urban sprawl.  Just a serene natural setting filled with the greenest grass, wetland ponds, blue herons and other water birds, along with a few hundred head of cattle! 2096 athletes and 80 schools are entered, coming from as far away as Key West and Fort Walton Beach.  Some of them are perennial powers.  Others are small but developing programs.  All coming together for this preview of the season culminating state championship meet just over a month from now. Here is your first look at the competition.

Community School of Naples Girls - Wow! Jason Byrne Nov 3, 2007

In case you didn't notice in the horde of district results this week... Community School of Naples is FOR REAL!  Sure they've had an excellent season thus far, but the performance from these girls at their 1A District 6 meet was an amazing breakthrough.  Perfect score of 15. Team average of 19:23.  1-5 Split of just 17 seconds!  The performance vaulted them into second place according to our controversial yet objective "team rankings" that score the individual rankings as a large meet.