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Fort Lauderdale Flying L's Spring 2014

Overall Record
11-9-1
District Record
5-1
Home Record
8-5
Away Record
3-4-1
Head Coach: Terry Portice
Team Colors: Royal Blue, White
Team Mascot: Flying L's
District: 7A District 14
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Latest News for Fort Lauderdale Flying L's

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale earned the top seed to put itself in great position to chase after their third district title in team history...

Monarch - Nick Alonzo

The Knights leapfrogged the Flying L’s for the district’s top position with a big 6-2 victory on Thursday afternoon…

Pembroke Pines Charter

Derick Garcia had a strong overall game to lead the Jaguars past the Flying L’s 8-2 in the Broward Game of the Week…

Game-of-Week-Final

The Jaguars and Flying L's are reuniting a former district rivalry in this week's HSBN Game of the Week...

Fort Lauderdale - Matt Freeman

Fort Lauderdale enters a three-team race for the district crown with Monarch and defending district champion Northeast...

Coral Springs Christian - Early Signing Day 2013

A total of 14 baseball players across Broward County took part in Early Signing Day to sign their college letters of intent on Wednesday...

Fort Lauderdale

The Flying L's are chasing their first district title in 10 years and are finally in an all-public school district...

Archbishop McCarthy

Archbishop McCarthy overcame an early deficit for a 4-1 victory over Fort Lauderdale to earn the right to defend its 6A-15 district title, as well as earning a regional playoff berth...

Fort Lauderdale team pic

The Flying L's battled back twice to top Santaluces for the tournament title as they extended their winning streak to five games...

lauderdale

The Fort Lauderdale Flying L's got a much-needed win against a Taravella team that could not find enough offense...

pinescharter

Down to their last strike, Pines Charter gets a massive hit from Derick Garcia to claim its first victory of the season...

Hollywood Hills' D'Andre Diaz (#6) congratulates Tommy Grant as he scores during the second inning.

Jordan Hill earned his first win of the year as he pitched a complete game to lead Hollywood Hills past Fort Lauderdale 4-2...

mavericks

By winning three state titles in a row last year, the Mavericks completed a rare feat, but they don't intend to stop there...

Fort Lauderdale ace Brad Smith went 5-5 with 60 strikeouts and a 2.08 ERA in 64 innings last year.

The Flying L's lost just two players from last year's team and are expecting a successful season this spring.

PP Charter's Jorge Marrero is tagged out at the plate by Flying L's catcher Kenny Miggins.

Pembroke Pines Charter advanced to the District 6A-15 title game with a 5-3 win over Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday afternoon at Archbishop McCarthy.

Monarch's Andrew Rohloff singles in the second inning of the Knights' 2-1 victory over Fort Lauderdale.

Monarch prevailed 2-1 in a pitchers' duel featuring the Knights' Andrew Pierson and the Flying L's Brad Smith, beating host Fort Lauderdale for the second time this season.

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Lopez hits a three-run sixth inning homer, and drives in five on the night as Pembroke Pines Charter came from behind to defeat Fort Lauderdale 7-4, taking the district lead in the process.

Monarch's Kenny Finley dives back into first on a pick-off attempt.

Monarch won the battle of surprise Broward teams on Tuesday, defeating Fort Lauderdale 4-2 in the third-place game of the Titan Classic.

The Mavericks Nick Travieso was awesome on this night, striking out 10 and giving up no runs in five innings of work.

Archbishop McCarthy plays some of the top teams in the state each year. Tuesday night, the Mavericks received one of their toughest tests of the year, beating Fort Lauderdale 2-0.

The Flying L's Brandon Rodriguez waits for a pitch during Fort Lauderdale's 6-5 win over Northeast.

Fort Lauderdale and Northeast go down to the wire as the Flying L's secure a 6-5 win in the season opener for both teams Tuesday night.


"It's all about what you can do in the situation you're in to help the team." - Matt Cleveland, Coral Springs Christian Manager
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