Below are a few games we think are the matchups to watch for this week in Hernando County for high school basketball on the girls end.
By Andy Villamarzo
Hernando Sun sports reporter
Below are a few games we think are the matchups to watch for this week in Hernando County for high school basketball on the boys end.
Beaming with joy, Carrie Wilson, school guidance counselor at Challenger K-8 was announced as the Hernando County School District Teacher of the Year at the annual gala celebration on January 10, 2020. A boisterous crowd erupted in cheers as the announcement was made by outgoing Teacher of the Year Justen Early from Nature Coast Technical High School.
Dr. Dakeyan Cha Dre Graham, 2020 Florida Teacher of the Year, and the evening’s keynote speaker aptly described teaching as “the most noble, humbling and significant profession on the face of this planet.”
by MEGAN HUSSEY
As the nation this year celebrates the centennial anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, the Constitutional Amendment granting United States women the right to vote, Brooksville Main Street and The Hernando Sun are marking the milestone with the Women Leading the Way Women's Suffrage Event/Exhibition March 20-21. And in addition to honoring the brave suffragists who put their lives on the line to secure a basic human right, this event will honor the visionary women of Hernando County.
Lady Hornets are ready to face the Lady Pirates on their home court for their second Gulf Coast 8 game.
Currently at 360 points and 211 total in rebounds for 20 games played, Sophomore Sy Crowley (1) leads the Hornet’s court, along with Princess Hester (11) and Morgan McDaniel (2) bringing the extra support. Both Princess and Morgan are currently at 17 games played and averaging around 16 points per game.
BROOKSVILLE, Fla.- The first Hernando County Board of County Commissioners meeting of 2020 commenced with the election of new officers. Officers preside for a period of one year.
The new officers for 2020 are as follows: Chairman John Mitten, Vice Chairman John Allocco and Second Vice Chairman Wayne Dukes.
Mike and Stephanie Shaw of Spring Hill were the lucky recipients of a refurbished 2008 Toyota van thanks to the generosity of an American Idol runner-up and the combined efforts of several local businesses.