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Basketball Players of Year

Alachua County Boys Players of the Year

Apr 26, 2018No Comments

When football season closes, it takes some time for Buchholz’s Trent Whittemore to switch into basketball mode, usually two to three weeks. “January is when

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Nease’s Camille Hobby named Player of...

Apr 26, 2018No Comments

Nease junior Camille Hobby is The Record’s 2018 Player of the Year after averaging 14.2 points, 9.7 rebounds and 1.6 blocks for a team that

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Sarasota HS stays all in the Fields Family

Apr 26, 2018No Comments

It’s been a busy few months for the Fields family. First, Kevin Fields, the head coach of the Sarasota High boys basketball team, left the

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Rowe Ends Successful Career at Cocoa

Mar 29, 2018No Comments

When he considers his career a decade or more from now, Cocoa High boys basketball coach James Rowe will see the young faces and what they’ve

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Winter Haven Girls Selected for Geico Natio...

Mar 28, 2018No Comments

In case anyone was wondering, Winter Haven has not been celebrating its latest state championship — not when there is work to be done. Fresh

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Mississippi Grants St. Pete’s Serrel ...

Mar 28, 2018No Comments

St. Petersburg’s Serrel Smith was granted his release from Mississippi on Friday. Smith, a four-star recruit, would have been the Rebels’ highest-rated signee in the

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Spruce Creek’s Jayla Adams named News...

Mar 28, 2018No Comments

Winning a state championship marked the end of a four-year quest for Jayla Adams. From the time she set foot on the court for her

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St. Pete’s Tai Strickland picks Wisco...

Mar 28, 2018No Comments

St. Petersburg guard Tai Strickland had already narrowed his college choices to three schools. He went to Wisconsin two weeks ago and came back from

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2018 All Star Game

Mar 22, 2018No Comments

2018 FABC All Star Game Statistics

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Legendary Winter Haven Coach Jack Deedrick ...

Mar 09, 2018No Comments

Jack Deedrick loved basketball. He loved coaching and was a fixture at the college final four for decades until he stopped going in 2016 at