HEADLINES

STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

 Girls Volleyball (Fort Myers)
 Suncoast Credit Union Arena, Nov. 15-17, 2018

Matchupsclick here
Schedule: click here
Team Information: click here
Brackets: 9A | 8A | 7A | 6A | 5A | 4A | 3A | 2A | 1A
Admission: $9 in advance, $12 day of (click here)
Parking: $10 for cars
Live Webcast: click here

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 Swimming & Diving (Stuart)
 
Sailfish Splash Waterpark, Nov. 16-17, 2018
 Classes 1A & 2A

Resultsclick here
Schedule: click here
Admission: $9 in advance, $12 day of (click here)
Parking: $10 for cars
Live Webcast: click here

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American Heritage (Plantation) scored with seconds remaining in Double OT to defeat defending champion Seabreeze (Daytona Beach) 1-0, claiming the 2018 Class 3A Boys Soccer State Championship.

Competition at the 2018 Track & Field State Championships from UNF's Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville. In Class 3A, Miami Northwestern swept both the boys and girls divisions, claiming the team title for both.

Miami Christian claimed its second baseball championship by defeating Wakulla Christian (Crawfordville) 9-3 in the 2018 Class 2A title game in Fort Myers.

American Heritage (Plantation) completed an undefeated season with a 44-15 victory over Baker County (Glen St. Mary) in the 2017 Class 5A State Championship title game at Camping World Stadium in Orlando.

Spruce Creek (Port Orange), led by 169 lb. individual champion Vincent Sneed, claimed the 2018 Class 2A team title at the Boys Weightlifting State Championships in Panama City Beach. Making it the school's 27th overall title in the sport.

Jefferson (Tampa) captured the first baseball state championship in school history with a 6-5, extra inning thriller over Merritt Island in the 2018 6A title game in Fort Myers.

Fort Myers three-peats and claims the 7A title with a 65-41 victory over Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach) at the 2018 State Championship Event.

Oviedo claimed the school's third girls bowling state championship by outlasting Coral Springs Charter at the 2017 event in Orlando.

Monsignor Pace (Miami) out-dueled defending champion Bolles (Jacksonville) 10-4 to claim the 2018 Class 5A baseball state championship, the school's seventh baseball title overall.