Making history isn’t supposed to be easy.
LAKELAND – Unfinished business.
Many student-athletes at Carver Middle School eventually wind up at Leesburg High School.
It’s likely that P.J. Foster’s accomplishments on the basketball court at Limestone College won’t soon be forgotten.
Local boys basketball players fared well recently when the Florida Athletic Coaches Association announced its postseason awards for District 8.
He wasn’t forced to, but Jaylon Graham followed family tradition when it came time to pick a college to continue his football career.
Buck Solomon has never been a demonstrative football player.
Jill Semento knew it would take more than one season to transform the Lake-Sumter State College softball into a regular visitor to the postseason.
Two former Leesburg Lightning players and a Lake County high school alum were named on Thursday to the Florida Collegiate Summer League’s All-Decade Team.
The Lake-Sumter State College baseball team no longer hopes to win games.
P.J. Foster has grown comfortable behind the three-point line.
A trio of area boys soccer teams and tone girls team will look to extend their seasons this week in regional tournament action.
The Eustis High School football team is holding its second annual golf tournament on Feb. 8 at Black Bear Golf and Country Club.
A new rivalry may have been created in the Florida Collegiate Summer League.
The Sunshine State Athletic Conference is going places.
Lake Minneola boys basketball coach Freddie Cole knows his team will not bring their “A” game to the floor every night.
Montverde Academy’s one-of-a-kind soccer facility is about to become reality.
I have always been intrigued by coaches, their machinations and the way they go about getting their players to elevate their games.