May 11, 2000
- Hartley hits, pitches Leopards to title game
HERNANDO 6, NAVARRE 0: The junior drives in the winning run and limits the Raiders to three hits in the Class 3A state semifinal victory.
- For Sharks, trust goes a long way
RIVERVIEW -- As a second-year school, Riverview doesn't have a deep softball tradition to uphold. But ending the second season with a final four berth is a good way to start one.
- Sickles' first title won't come easy
CITRUS PARK -- Sickles shocked many when it advanced to the 1998 final four as a first-year program.
- Bartow rallies, advances to final
BARTOW 5, RIVIERA BEACH SUNCOAST 4: The Yellow Jackets will be in the final for the 4th straight year.
- Bartow gets another shot at state title
AUBURNDALE -- While Hernando is in unfamiliar territory in tonight's 6:30 Class 3A championship game, the Leopards' opponents know the title game all too well.
- Pirate superman focused on state
Able to leap Shaq in a single bound, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's Boca Ciega's Jimmy Baxter.
- Plant 3, St. Thomas Aquinas 1:
The Panthers rally with three runs in the sixth inning to knock off a national power.
- The good, the great and the ugly
HOLLYWOOD CHR. 12, SEMINOLE PRES. 0: Fifteen errors doom the Lancers as every Eagle run is unearned.
Penny pinchers will pay the price
An unspoken but clear message is being sent to tournaments on the PGA Tour: pony up the cash, or be left behind.
The right way to play
The rules of golf aren't made to be broken, and ignorance is no excuse -- at least, according to this book.
Erie men, Morehead women win college crowns
The Erie Community College men's team from Buffalo, N.Y., and the Morehead State University women's squad from Kentucky are the new bowling champions after week-long competition at Wichita, Kan., last week.
This month the Florida Wildlife Commission will consider increasing the slot limit on redfish from 27 to 30 inches for the maximum. Many anglers might wonder where oversized reds are being caught to justify such a proposal.