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  • Duke recruit Austin Rivers performs in Jordan Brand Classic

     
    Winter Park’s and Duke recruit Austin Rivers had 16 points, six rebounds and four steals for the East team in its 113-109 victory over the West in Saturday night’s Jordn Brand Classic high school All America game in Charlotte, N.C....
  • FABC announces all-state boys basketball lists

     
    The Florida Association of Basketball Coaches announced its “Baker’s Dozen” All-State basketball teams for each classification and Central Florida was well represented. Austin Rivers of state champion Winter Park is the Player of the...
  • Hoop Mountain draws top rising frosh talent to Rollins

     
    Hoop Mountain will showcase many of the state’s top middle school boys basketball players in its 3rd Annual Florida Junior Elite event at Rollins College on Friday and Saturday. Among the top area players involved are rising ninth graders Xeo...
  • Winter Park grad Austin Rivers scores 18 in Duke debut in China

     
    In his first outing in a Duke uniform former Winter Park basketball great Austin Rivers led the Blue Devils with 18 points in a 77-64 victory over the Chinese U-23 national team on Wednesday in Kunshan, China. Rivers, a 6-foot-4 freshman, hit 8-of-15...
  • High school athletes among nominees for Sportys Awards

     
    High school track athletes Marvin Bracy of Boone, Maite Moscoso of Lake Brantley and Ansley Gebben of First Academy, along with baseball player Dante Bichette Jr. of Orangewood Christian and basketball player Austin Rivers of Winter Park are nominated for...
  • Former DePaul signee Shane Larkin says 'Miami visit went very good'

    Former DePaul signee Shane Larkin says 'Miami visit went very good'
    Shane Larkin, a 2011 DePaul basketball recruit who was released from his Blue Demons' scholarship last week due to a medical issue, resurfaced at Miami on Friday. Following his visit, Larkin sent a text message on Friday night about his trip reading,...
  • Stepping up to FBS requires more than ambition, luxury suites

    Scandalous accusations, radical rules reform and conference realignment have big-footed the college sports news cycles of late, burying notable developments on many fronts. Case in point: Virginia Tech's opening football opponent, Appalachian State,...
  • Teel Time: U.Va., Hokies look like top-half ACC basketball teams next season

    Teel Time: U.Va., Hokies look like top-half ACC basketball teams next season
    The early NBA exits and staggering coaching turnover have marinated. The rosters are close to set, and the summer recruiting circuit will commence next month. So why not do some early handicapping of next season’s ACC basketball race? As always,...
  • Spencer Rivers: Inheriting a legacy

    Without a doubt, expectations are high for Winter Park High School freshman Spencer Rivers. His oldest brother, Jeremiah, plays basketball at Indiana University. His sister, Callie, plays volleyball at the University of Florida and his closest sibling,...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech recruit Finney-Smith snubbed for McDonald's game

    Teel Time: Virginia Tech recruit Finney-Smith snubbed for McDonald's game
    One day after their first meeting of this regular season turned into a classic, Duke and North Carolina added to their collections of McDonald's All-Americans. The 12-player teams announced Thursday for the March 30 McDonald's All-American Game in...
  • Nothing can prepare Virginia Tech's young players for hostile Duke environment

    Nothing can prepare Virginia Tech's young players for hostile Duke environment
    Erick Green has filled his young Virginia Tech teammates in about the close quarters in Cameron Indoor Stadium at Duke University, warned them about how they'll feel the hot, sometimes booze-infused (yes, even at a place like Duke) breath of students just...
  • Teel Time: ACC basketball attendance falls for fourth consecutive season

    From Austin Rivers to Michael Snaer to Karl Hess, ACC basketball has produced a madcap season. Too bad so few saw the games in-person. The conference’s regular-season attendance declined for the fourth consecutive year in 2011-12, with the...