Central boys beats Lecanto on the court- ready for Citrus tonight.

Article and Photography by Alice Mary Herden

Brooksville--Last season for Central was rough with twelve wins and fifteen losses which included losing against Lecanto twice. However, on the night of February 12, 2019, Central took the Districts Quarterfinals title win defeating Lecanto 60-57.

When Central faced Lecanto during the Thanksgiving Tournament on November 29 at Weeki Wachee High school, Coach Matt Zandecki observed Lecanto’s game strategies and their players’ performances.

Springstead boys roll to 75-55 win over New Port Richey Gulf

By Andy Villamarzo 

Hernando Sun sports reporter 

Photography by Joe DiCristofalo

SPRING HILL- When Springstead entered the gymnasium on Thursday night, the Eagles were coming off their first loss of the season to Crystal River. So it was a bit understandable that Springstead was looking to take out its frustrations on New Port Richey Gulf when they took the court. 

Saint Leo Pushed Around by Valdosta State

LAKELAND, Fla. --- Okay, one holiday down and Christmas to go!

Saint Leo University went back to work, Friday night, November 29, inside the George W. Jenkins Field House on the campus of Florida Southern College.

 An expectation to play in the Terrace Hotel Classic Basketball Tournament against the No. 17 ranked Valdosta State University making the trip from the state of Georgia and representing  the Gulf South Conference. 

NCT Girls Basketball beat River Ridge

The holiday of Thanksgiving, it is a time to reflect and give acknowledgement to your accomplishment. For Nature Coast Tech High School girls’ basketball coach Emily Gore, she was thankful Tuesday night, November 26, to leave River Ridge High School for the victory.

Gore watched her team put together one good quarter and was able to officially start the holiday season with a unattractive 41-34, victory over the Royal Knights.

Talking The Talk

There are a lot of people out there who apparently think that whitetail deer are simply cute little mutes wandering about the forest.  Well, although they aren’t the loudest of critters, they’re far from mutes.  The fact is, they have a pretty fair range of vocalizations from social grunts, a “hey how are ya” type of call, to a shrill wheeze, sounding the alarm of danger.  But, one call that’s been mighty important for deer hunters to learn, is the bleat.