Coach George Petik announced his retirement after the 2011 season and we quickly sat down with him for an interview to reflect on his career. This is part 1 of 3.
Coach Sonny Hansley sat down with us after the season to discuss his retirement, baseball, and how it has evolved through his years of coaching. This is part 1 of a 3 part interview.
Archbishop’s Alexander Fernandez hit a three-run homer in the state championship game earlier this week, and now he has been named the BHSB District 15-4A Player of the year.
The North team scored three runs in the top of the ninth to nip the South 9-6 in the BCAA Senior All-Star Game at Pat McQuaid Field at Nova High Wednesday night.
Alexander Fernandez stepped out of the shadows Tuesday and into the spotlight, powering his Archbishop McCarthy teammates to a class 4A state title.
Jose Brizuela had a day to remember Monday, graduating high school in the morning, then carrying Archbishop MCarthy to the state 4A title game at night.
Pine Crest may not have gone as far as they wanted to this post-season, but they still had an exceptional year, led by District 14-3A Player of the Year Michael Pierson.
Flanagan’s Mike Melendez’ arm and bat helped Flanagan to the regional finals this season, and earned Melendez the District 12-6A Player of the Year award.
The Eagles came into the state semi-finals in Port St. Lucie as one of only two remaining Broward teams playing, but they left on the short end of a 5-0 score.
Coral Springs center-fielder Lewis Brinson is the District 10-6A Player of the Year, leading one of the most talented All-District teams in Broward County this season.
In one of the two inter-county districts for Broward teams, University, Somerset Academy, and Chaminade Madonna, all placed players on 15-3A All-District team.
Jason Hepple was one of the best players in Broward County this season, which is why Hepple easily won the District 14-1A Player of the Year, hitting .581 for the Knights.
Tyler Henning led McArthur to a District 11-6A title with a 7-2 record. The Mavericks ace had a stellar senior season that has now won him our District Player of the Year honor.
Archbishop McCarthy will play in the state tournament starting next Monday in an attempt to defend their 2010 state crown.
North Broward Prep’s powerful lineup and dominant pitching has led them to next week’s tournament in Port St. Lucie where they will compete for a 3A championship.
Flanagan has become accustomed to late inning heroics over the years, but on Friday the Falcons came up one rally short while falling to Park Vista 7-6 in a class 6A regional final.
Highlands Christian’s bid for a return to the state championship fell just short Friday, as the Knights were defeated 4-1 by Miami Brito at Florida Memorial University in Opa Locka.
George Gugino was the ultimate five-tool player for Nova this season, and those tools led him to becoming the District 16-5A Player of the Year.
The reigning Class 6A state champion Flanagan Falcons (22-2) host rival Park Vista in today’s regional final, pitting the two previous state champions against one another.
Defending Class 4A state champion Archbishop McCarthy (26-3) plays its final home game of 2011 on Friday when it hosts Eau Gallie (21-8) in a regional championship.
North Broward Prep is proud to have earned their first regional championship berth in school history. The Eagles play Friday at Gulliver Prep at 4 P.M. with a state berth on the line.