The 2016-17 campaign wasn’t one of the most memorable in Citrus County history. For the first time since 1999, all of the county teams failed
Broward County, which led Florida with three boys’ basketball state titles last season, has a parade of stars and top teams yet again. The three
Has the torch passed? To know definitively will require a retrospective view. FAMU DRS’ girls basketball team hopes at least that the answer is “No,” but
Tim Hardaway’s son, Tim Jr., played basketball for Miami Palmetto and is now in the NBA with the New York Knicks. Alonzo Mourning’s son, Trey,
Godby, Lincoln, Leon and Rickards all have good players, but which team emerges – or even another area team – to make a deep playoff
Here’s a look at the area’s boys basketball teams. All Saints Coach: Scott Robinson (3rd year). Class/District: 3A-4. 2016-17 record: 22-5. Key Losses: Dale Booker.
There is no post-Trent Frazier era at Wellington. Though the Wolverines will tip off the 2017-18 boys basketball season this week without the two-time Palm
Breaking down boys basketball contenders by classification in the Orlando Sentinel Varsity coverage area: Osceola and Oak Ridge | 9A State champ Osceola (30-2) and
Kissimmee Osceola brought back the three sophomores who helped spark its run to last season’s Class 9A boys basketball state championship. Josh Marte, Omar Payne
Coach Keith Skinner taught his basketball and football players to play to win. But win or lose, he taught them to do it with grace.