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Booker T. Washington

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  • Booker T. duo Trail, Dunbar air commitment intentions to UF

    After coming up with two sacks and seven tackles, Booker T. Washington defensive end Lynden Trail and receiver Quinton Dunbar let the nation know where they would be headed to school. "Is Urban Meyer still in town," Trail asked, regarding the...
  • Looking for RB prospects, Florida State offers Mississippi State commit RB Rajion Neal of Georgia

    ESPN affiliate NoleInsider.com reported Sunday night that Florida State has offered Mississippi State commit RB Rajion Neal (5-11, 210) of Sandy Creek High in Tyrone, Ga. Neal has yet to take any official visits. The Seminoles appear to be looking to...
  • Miami-Dade County: Columbus hopes to learn from first regular-season loss in two years

    It had been two years since Miami Christopher Columbus High lost a regular-season game, and while its foe on Friday night was a team the Explorers knew very well from the state playoffs the past two years, it was a game that head coach Mike Merritt will...
  • Miami-Dade County report: Youth movement leading way at Miami Jackson

    Sophomore and junior lead way for Miami Jackson - Miami Jackson set the tempo for the future, using 2012 standout DeAndre Jasper (86 yard kickoff return) and 2011 two-way player Robinson Therezie (68 yards rushing, 5 tackles). - The Central Rockets...
  • Gator fans won't have to worry about trying to spell Owamagbe Odighizuwa

    Portland, Ore., defensive end Owamagbe Odighizuwa, nicknamed 'Owa,' narrowed his list of possible colleges to four on Tuesday, and Florida, which had made the cut in his final seven, was not one of them. "It's down to four now basically," he told...
  • Aquinas DB Keion Payne commits to Miami

    Keion Payne, a 5-foot-11, 160-pound defensive back from national No. 1-ranked Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas has committed to Miami, the fourth high-profile commitment the Hurricanes have landed in the past week. Miami also received pledges from...
  • South Lake's Nick Waisome, Jordan Montgomery and Patrick 'P.J.' Jones shine at Miami Nike Camp

    CORAL GABLES -- For South Lake receiver Patrick Harris, linebacker Jordan Montgomery and defensive back Nick Waisome, the opportunity to head south to compete against what many believe are the best athletes in the state, was well worth the 225 mile trip....
  • Bill Buchalter's Top 100 State High School Recruiting Rankings

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  • Sentinel's Saturday Starcaps, Miami-Dade County: Dr. Krop could be the real surprise in the playoffs

    Three years into the opening of the school, head coach Joe Mira guided Dr. Michael Krop High into the third round of the state playoffs against 5A power Pompano Beach Blanche Ely. The Lightning would lose that game to Tyrone Moss and company, and wouldn't...
  • Census race wording fuss? Please!

    In comedy circles, black comics now commonly dismiss brethren who commit acts of headlining stupidity with the expression, "Negro, please!" However, some disgusted blacks find it no laughing matter that the U.S. Census Bureau, in kicking off its 2010...
  • DeLand captures championship at Florida State 7-on-7 tournament

    With quarterback De'Ante "Pop" Saunders throwing to a receiving corps led by Tevin Gordon, Shawn Willis and James Ward, DeLand went 8-0 to win Florida State University's 7-on-7 passing tournament Saturday. "Pop was probably the best player in the whole...
  • Is there room for Zora in Eatonville's transformation?

    Is there room for Zora in Eatonville's transformation?
    Two decades ago, Eatonville used its link to Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston to get noticed by the world. Now, as the community attempts to transform itself into a major African-American cultural destination, leaders are struggling to define...