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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Area golfers fare well in junior tournaments over Labor Day break

     
    It was a busy weekend for area high school golfers on the junior circuit. Shun Yat Hak of Lake Mary Prep placed fifth in The Junior Players Championship, an American Junior Golf Association tournament at the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra...
  • Previews on this weekend’s Metro vs. Florida boys hoops matchups

     
    Wekiva boys basketball coach Scott Williams doesn't just hatch the idea of a Metro vs. Florida Challenge. He gets every ball rolling, including compiling previews for all the games. Here are his matchup profiles for this weekend's inaugural event: Day One...
  • Metro vs. Florida basketball: Olympia looks strong in victory

     
    Here are details on today's four early games and matchups for the rest of the way at the inaugural Metro vs. Florida Challenge at Wekiva High. My work is done here for the day as I gear up for Friday night playoff football at Dr. Phillips. OurÂ...
  • Metro vs. Florida basketball: Olympia wraps up its second win

     
    It's a wrap from a long day at Wekiva High, with Olympia putting the finishing touch on the inaugural Metro vs. Florida Challenge with a 73-59 win over Miami Monsignor Pace. With that win, the Metro Conference prevails 9-6 in matchups against teams...
  • Orlando sends first MMA fighter to TUF finale

     
    After four tries, Orlando has produced its first finalist in season 12 of Spike TV's "The Ultimate Fighter" reality competition show. 25-year-old Jonathan Brookins will compete for a six-figure contract in the UFC this Saturday...
  • A belated salute to Bud Greenspan

     
    Between a holiday vacation and total immersion in a story to be published later this winter, I have been absent from this space for several weeks. That means it's time to catch up. There were a number of things worth......
  • Once-popular Venice-area medical marijuana dispensary is barred from reopening

     
    Los Angeles has won a court order permanently barring Organica, a once-popular Venice-area medical marijuana dispensary, and its former operator from reopening. In a judgment issued Wednesday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Johnson also...
  • Five BCS Busters to watch this season

     
    Five BCS Busters to watch this season The Ivory Tower that hosts the BCS National Championship has been under siege for the past several seasons. Non-BCS Conference teams have been making their way slowly up with perennial favorites TCU and Boise State...
  • College Football Countdown: No. 112 UNLV

     
    College Football Countdown: No. 112 UNLV...
  • Judge refuses to reduce death sentence for man who murdered two in South L.A.

     
    A judge denied a request today to reduce the death sentence for a man convicted of murdering two people and attempting to murder two others in a South Los Angeles housing project. Defendant Kai Harris, 32, along with another man,......
  • Longtime Vernon mayor, scion of ruling family, convicted of voter fraud

     
    A former mayor of Vernon and his wife were convicted today of voter fraud and conspiracy, capping a three-year legal saga that ended the family’s long grip on the tiny industrial city in southeast Los Angeles County. Prosecutors accused Leonis......
  • 2 counties offer H1N1 flu vaccine to general public

     
    The shortage of H1N1 flu vaccine appears to be improving in California, prompting a few counties to begin offering inoculations to the general public, health officials said today. Sacramento and Ventura counties now have no limitations on who can receive....