South Sumter High School’s dominance on the football field in 2014 paid off on Jan. 7 when three Raiders were named to the Associated Press
For Kaitlyn Hime, wrestling was a way to break up the monotony of high-school life.
Local Florida State football fans will be able to cheer for Roberto Aguayo for at least one more season.
Goodbye, 2014. Hello, 2015. But before we look ahead to what is sure to be another great year in sports, let’s take a look back at some of the most memorable moments in Lake and Sumter counties from the year 2014.
Montverde Academy used an 11-2 run late in the fourth quarter to secure a 78-64 win over fellow top-10 opponent Bishop O’Dowd Friday at Montverde.
Basketball is a game of runs, and Lake Minneola used them to its advantage against Mount Dora.
Emmanuel Dominguez and Jakiya Dixon like calling the shots.
Lake Minneola’s climb to the pinnacle of public school boys basketball supremacy in Central Florida might be complete.
Dante Jimenez has earned the admiration of his little sister.
The reputation of the Montverde Academy Soccer Tournament for bringing quality teams together has steadily grown.
Freddie Cole doesn’t usually walk away from losses feeling victorious.
Wilfred Taylor couldn’t really remember how he got so open on Mainland’s first drive of the second half in its 42-7 playoff win over South Lake Friday.
Kaylin Whitney likes to do what every 16-year-old girl does.
Jacob Dimmitt and and Sierra Summers are at home in the water and in the classroom.
PJ Foster is playing for pay.
When Josh Acevedo scored his first touchdown earlier this season, Ashlye Short was leading the cheering crowd.
Josh Bacon said he wasn’t feeling any added emotion when he reached the tee of the final hole in the last regular-season home golf match of his high school career.
Rain, rain go away!