Sports

For PHSC Baseball- reunion game is family reunion

Saturday, January 12, 2019-  Pasco Hernando State College (PHSC) held their annual Alumni baseball game at the West Campus in New Port Richey. This yearly event brings past players back to their home field for the opportunity to step on the clay one more time.

“The main thing is to get the Alumni back on campus,” PHSC Athletic Director Stephen Winterling said. “There’s nothing like going back-reliving the good times they had… it’s just a good reunion.”

Saint Leo Looking to Bring Football to University

On Thursday, Jan 10 and Friday, Jan 11, Saint Leo University held a series of focus groups to begin the process of bringing a football program back to the school. This is the latest step by University President Jeffrey Senese to grow Saint Leo’s attendance. These focus groups are not a guarantee that the school will bring a football program, but are more set as a groundwork to test the feasibility of re-fielding a team.

Bobcats gain momentum with first win against Florida Gateway College

PHSC and Florida Gateway College are the only two colleges that are in their division status (Region 8, Division II).  The advantage of this is that the players can build up fundamental techniques and push their game experience from playing higher division teams

Bobcats have three more games against Florida Gateway College and the team that acquires the most wins will host the tournament game on February 16th.  The winner of that game goes to North Carolina for Regionals.

For PHSC Baseball- reunion game is family reunion

Saturday, January 12, 2019-  Pasco Hernando State College (PHSC) held their annual Alumni baseball game at the West Campus in New Port Richey. This yearly event brings past players back to their home field for the opportunity to step on the clay one more time.

“The main thing is to get the Alumni back on campus,” PHSC Athletic Director Stephen Winterling said. “There’s nothing like going back-reliving the good times they had… it’s just a good reunion.”

Saint Leo Looking to Bring Football to University

On Thursday, Jan 10 and Friday, Jan 11, Saint Leo University held a series of focus groups to begin the process of bringing a football program back to the school. This is the latest step by University President Jeffrey Senese to grow Saint Leo’s attendance. These focus groups are not a guarantee that the school will bring a football program, but are more set as a groundwork to test the feasibility of re-fielding a team.

Coyote Cleanout

Coyotes generally spend their days in search of food and attacking anything they feel they can consume.  A non-discriminate predator Canis latran’s way of life is nothing more than a fiesta of carnage.  When they encroach on a person’s property and target small livestock or family pets, coyotes then become quite problematic.

Spring Hill Marathon Showcases Runners' Skills

It was still dark and a little chilly when the runners took off at a little after 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019 for the Spring Hill Marathon. The fourth annual Marathon Mania consisted of six races – the 26.219 mile Marathon, the Best Friends 50K, the Half Marathon, the 10K, 5K and the Kids' Race for Cupcakes. The course started at Anderson Snow Sports Complex and went south along the Suncoast Trail.

PHSC Basketball- HIgh School Senior Showcase for College Prospects

PHSC Basketball head coach Micheal Jones and Asst. Coach Larry Behm coordinates three High School Senior Basketball Showcases a year at the West Campus in New Port Richey.

On January 5, high school seniors from Orange, Volusia and Charlotte County brought everything they had to display their knowledge and skills on the court during the second showcase.

“The main objective for today was to observe talent,” Jones said.