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By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer LAKELAND – It’s official, the American Heritage 51-33 victory over Pine Forest for the Class 5A girls state basketball championship was a Wyche-wash. The Patriots 6-foot-3 junior twin towers of Taliyah and Tatyana Wyche combined for 47 points and 24 rebounds to lead their team to a third straight title…

February 29, 2020

FRIDAY’S REGIONAL FINAL RESULTS CLASS 7A: Palm Beach Lakes 63, Boca Raton 61; Miami High 62, Dr. Krop 30. CLASS 6A: Blanch Ely 53, Dillard 40. CLASS 5A: American Heritage 54, Miami Norland 41. CLASS 4A: Cardinal Gibbons 72, Keys Gate 62. CLASS 3A: Miami Country Day 50, Westminster Academy 33. CLASS 2A: Grandview Prep…

February 22, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer Of the 20 Broward County high school girls basketball teams that have advanced to the FHSAA state playoffs, just two are in position to repeat at state champions. Dillard and American Heritage, a pair of regulars at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland, qualified for Thursday’s regional quarterfinals. Dillard will…

February 10, 2020

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer The University School and Westminster Academy boys’ basketball teams each led Broward County with two players named as first-team All-State selections by the Florida Association of Basketball Coaches. A total of 27 players from Broward were part of the FABC All-State teams, including 10 first-team selections. Players were selected based…

June 12, 2019

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer FORT LAUDERDALE – Alex Hoover of Western scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers as Broward completed a swept Miami-Dade in the girls South Florida All-Star basketball games at Stranahan High on Saturday. Hoover, who made three of her shots behind the arc in the second half, was named the game…

March 16, 2019

By Dave Brousseau Staff Writer FORT LAUDERDALE – The Florida High School Athletic Association released the reclassification of boys’ and girls’ basketball for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons. The FHSAA also reduced the number of classifications from nine to seven that helped balance the number of schools within each classification. Classifications were based solely on…

March 15, 2019

By Pat Lammer Staff Writer COCONUT CREEK — University School’s Vernon Carey Jr., one of the top two prospects nationally in the Class of 2019, said Saturday he will announce his college decision on Thursday. The 6-foot-10 All-American is down to three finalists: Duke, Michigan State and North Carolina. “It’s just come down to one…

December 2, 2018