#5 FSU to face #6 UGA in the Capitol One Orange Bowl
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — After being left out of the College Football Playoffs, the fifth-ranked Florida State Seminoles and sixth-ranked Georgia Bulldogs will face off in the Capital One Orange Bowl on Dec. 30 at 4 p.m. ET at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Capital One Orange...
DeSantis team’s cruel words about Broward trans student athlete embarrass Florida | Opinion
It takes a special kind of callousness to publicly misgender a transgender child, the Editorial Board says | Opinion
Get Ready to Roll at Fort Lauderdale's SIP N' SKATE: An Unforgettable Night of Skating, Music, and Fun!
Get ready to roll into an unforgettable night at the SIP N’ SKATE event, the one and only adult outdoor skating rink that promises to keep your spirits high and your feet moving! Set to take place on Sat, Dec 02, from 4pm - 10pm, this event is the perfect way to kick off your weekend in style.
Seminole Chief Upset Winner of $300K In Reality
HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla.— Brad Grady and David Grund’s Seminole Chief pulled off a 12-1 upset victory in Saturday’s $300,000 In Reality, the FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes final in which undefeated Bentornato came up short in his bid to sweep the series for 2-year-olds sired by accredited Florida stallions,
MLB star, Parkland native Anthony Rizzo holds annual Walk-off for Cancer event
PARKLAND, Fla. – Hometown hero Anthony Rizzo, first baseman for the New York Yankees, is in South Florida to give back to his community. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School graduate returned to Parkland, where he grew up, to host his 12th annual Walk-off for Cancer event at Pine Trails Park.
State expects ‘serious consequences’ over trans athlete at Broward school. Like what?
“I definitely think they’re looking to do something harsh,” said a union leader about the district.
2 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coaches Receive National Awards
Coming off another historic season where the Marjory Stoneman Douglas baseball won their third straight state and National Championship, the Eagles had a pair of their leaders receive their National Coach of the Year Awards at The Camby Hotel in Phoenix on Thursday. Todd Fitz-Gerald managed the Eagles to a...
Referee calls Jewish school basketball team ‘disgusting’ after not saying prayer for Gaza
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – A referee was fired after he allegedly called a basketball team that plays for a Jewish middle school in Miami-Dade County “disgusting” when they opted to not say a prayer for the people of Gaza and Palestine during a moment of silence at their game Tuesday night.
Berkeley Prep upends Plantation American Heritage in 2M state semifinal
Heading into Friday night's Class 2M state semifinal between the visiting Berkeley Prep Buccaneers and Plantation American Heritage Patriots, to many it seemed more like a coronation for the latter. In the end, it became a return to the state championship for the former. The Buccaneers ...
Syracuse to Play in Boca Raton Bowl, Will Face South Florida
Syracuse football has learned where it is headed for its bowl game. The Orange was selected to the Boca Raton Bowl and will face South Florida, according to a report from Brett McMurphy. The game is played in Boca Raton, Florida and will take place on December 21st at 8:00 p.m. It will be broadcast ...
Registration Open for Deerfield Beach's Spring 2024 Adult Coed Softball League
The Deerfield Beach Parks and Recreation Department is opening registration for its adult coed softball league. Registration for the Spring 2024 Season begins on December 8, 2023, and ends on March 10, 2024. The league is open to adults 18 and older, with a team registration fee of $250.
'Coach Sid' gets open water athletes ready for Paris Olympics
BOCA RATON, Fla. — The Summer Olympics in Paris are about 7 1/2 months away on July 26. As athletes make their way home for the holidays, many swimmers will be making their way to St. Andrew's Aquatics Club to learn from one of the best: Sid Cassidy. Cassidy,...
Lynn University looks for redemption in road to NCAA women's tournament
Last year, the Lynn University Knights reached the NCAA Division II women's basketball tournament. But just reaching the tournament isn’t the goal. “The word this team chose was hungry," Julia Tucker, who has been Lynn University's women's basketball coach for seven years. "I think they’re really, really hungry to get back there, but not only get there, win our first round which Lynn women’s basketball has never done.” Last year, Lynn was 23-8 in the regular season and lost to Lee University of Cleveland 63-52 win in the opening round. With a new team, the Knights are looking to make a statement this season. “We just have to play together," junior Guard Makayla Hemmingway said. "No one can beat us but ourselves if we stick together. I think that’s what we have more this year is that we are still together. Being together is just going to help us in the long run.” They're hoping they can capture that national title, when the dust settles.
Charleston coach Pat Kelsey completely flips out midgame
Pat Kelsey absolutely flipped out like a mad man during Charleston’s game against Florida Atlantic on Saturday. Kelsey’s Cougars lost 90-74 in their Field of 64 Tip-Off game at Eleanor R. Baldwin Arena in Boca Raton, Fla. During the game, Kelsey appeared to think he was called a name by FAU guard Brandon Weatherspoon. Kelsey... The post Charleston coach Pat Kelsey completely flips out midgame appeared first on Larry Brown Sports.
Chaminade-Madonna returns for its 8th straight football state final
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA – What Chaminade-Madonna makes look so routine is now historical. To the surprise of no one, the Lions roared to a 47-7 blowout of Miami Archbishop Carroll on Friday night at Vince Zappone Field. The outcome was never in doubt. Five-star receivers Jeremiah Smith and Joshisa ...
Aventura Youth Sports 2024-25 Season Registration Opens for Local Families
The City of Aventura is opening registration for the 2024-25 Youth Sports season on December 4, 2023. The program, for children aged 3-17, includes sports like peewee tennis, soccer, and basketball.
Monarch High School Football Team’s Magical Season Ends in State Semifinals
Monarch’s incredible season ended in the state semifinals on Friday against Jacksonville's Mandarin High School.
Transgender athlete controversy in Broward schools; Big sugar; Puerto Rico's healthcare system
On the South Floria Roundup, we discussed the Broward County controversy over whether a transgender student can play girls’ volleyball, WLRN's new podcast Bright Lit Place and Big Sugar’s role in blocking the cleanup of one of our key eco-treasures. Plus we examine how Puerto Rico’s mortality rate is going up as its healthcare system tumbles down.
Opening Day Friday 2023-2024 Championship Meet
Atone, winner of the Pegasus World Cup Turf (G1), is scheduled to make his return Saturday. (Lauren King) 2024 Gulfstream Park Calendar Giveaway Friday, Saturday. Stakes Schedule with 68 Stakes Worth $14.875 million. $3 Million Pegasus World Cup Set for Jan. 27. $1 Million Curlin Florida Derby Renewal March 30.
North Broward Prep Sports Recap: Soccer, Basketball and More
North Broward Prep wrapped up a busy week of sports with both their basketball and soccer teams.