The road narrows to 2021 state wrestling tourney

The road to States got a little narrower as the 37 Hernando County Wrestlers coming out of District victories faced off against some tough competition in their Regional battles. The nine Springstead wrestlers from 2A -2R took on competition from Lake Gibson, Brandon, and Jesuit. Hernando High School Wrestlers were among those to watch out for in 1A-2R as well as teams from Palm Bay, Merritt Island, and The Master’s Academy (Oviedo).

Hernando County 2021 prep baseball preview

With all the winter sports now officially concluded in Hernando County, we move into the spring  season of athletics and it brings on baseball and softball. Along with baseball and softball is track and field and spring football. The 2020 season was cut short due to the onset of the novel coronavirus and teams were not able to complete a full campaign. We take a brief look at all the prep baseball teams across Hernando County and what to look forward to this upcoming 2021 campaign. 

Class 4A, Region 2 final playoff preview: Weeki Wachee at Cape Coral Mariner

If you’re still playing soccer and it’s towards the end of February, you know you’re doing something right; that’s right where the Weeki Wachee’s boys soccer team is at currently. The Hornets are a step away from clinching a berth in the Class 4A state semifinals and they can clinch their ticket on Tuesday night. The problem is they will have to do it against a very talented Cape Coral Mariner team on the road. The Hornets, fortunately, have been a very good road team for the 2020-2021 campaign, as Weeki Wachee holds an overall record of 8-1.

Crock Pot Coons

I’ve been mighty fortunate to be able to do quite a bit of coonhuting over the last few months and I love it.  The excitement of a fine working hound on the trail is one of those sounds that enters deep inside me and gives me great joy.  And these hounds I’ve been listening to as they untangle the toughest trail laid out for them by Mr.

Tampa Bay Bucs defeat Chiefs to win Super Bowl LV

TAMPA- You couldn’t have written up a better script than the one the Tampa Bay Buccaneers put together for the 2020 campaign. 

In a pandemic season, it was questionable whether Tampa Bay would be able to complete a full season, nonetheless win a world championship. Signing Tom Brady, trading for tight end Rob Gronkowski, signing Antonio Brown and Leonard Fournette was all worth it in the end.