The Frostproof Bulldogs will start the new season with two losses after having to cancel two games due to COVID-19.
Two more Hillsborough County High School football teams won't be playing under the Friday night lights this week because of COVID-19. Several players from Newsome and Durant high schools are now in quarantine following their game against each other Friday.
The Lakeland Dreadnaughts are the latest high school football team to be sidelined by COVID-19.
When it comes to high schools sports this fall, rules won’t just apply to the guys and girls on the field: fans will have plenty to follow as well. From where to sit or stand to how to even get tickets, spectators in Pinellas will see plenty of changes to the game day experience.
Former Zephyrhills Christian Academy Warrior Evan Miller is a sprinter, but he knows all about dealing with hurdles.
Two Hillsborough County high school football teams won't be taking the field during the first week of the season after at least one player on each team tested positive for COVID-19, the district confirmed Thursday.
The Hillsborough County School District released its "Return to Athletics" plan, which calls for all sports to proceed -- but with a list of COVID-19 safety guidelines.
Florida high school football had to wait what felt like forever to begin fall practice, so what's an extra hour's worth of delays due to lightning?
Beginning Monday, all fall high school sports in Florida can begin practice, but without following strict CDC guidelines.
Students in Pinellas County can hit the practice fields next week, the district says, with high school football games resuming three weeks later.
The Florida High School Athletics Association went against medical advice given at its meeting Friday and agreed to allow fall spots to begin August 24.
Fall high school sports in Florida could be back as early as August 24. Friday, FHSAA board members will vote to either keep that date, or push it back. Meanwhile, a local petition has gathered nearly 40,000 signatures to get sports back ASAP.
COVID-19 is raising lots of questions for high school sports. Will there be a season? Will kids miss their chance to play in college? The same goes for other activities like band, chorus, and choir.
The board of trustees for the Lake Wales charter school system voted unanimously Wednesday to cancel school sports until further notice because of COVID-19.
The Florida High School Athletic Association Board of Directors on Thursday issued a ruling to push the start of fall sports back to August 24.
Three counties in Tampa Bay announced Tuesday a delay in fall sports when school starts back.
The meeting began with an update from Mayo Clinic's Dr. Jennifer Maynard, who was part of the board’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. Dr. Maynard presented three key recommendations from the committee, all of which the board declined to adopt as policy.
Early Sunday morning, the Northwest Tampa Lacrosse community suffered a devastating setback when their equipment shed at North Lakes Sports Complex in Hillsborough County caught fire, destroying everything inside. The shed was filled with thousands of dollars in lacrosse equipment and priceless memories in the form of team photos.
The Pinellas County School District was supposed to kick off Phase Three of their summer conditioning and workout plan for their athletes on Monday, however, out of an abundance of caution, the district has now said they plan to stay in Phase Two.
Jordan Young is one of Tampa Bay's top high school football cornerback recruits. For his senior year, Young has made the jump from Jesuit -- transferring to Gaither High to join the Bay Area's other top-ranked cornerback, Jordan Oladokun.