Windermere Wildfire ‘00 softball team members (l. to r.) Casey Heinle, Erin Rogers, Lauren Evans, Tori Phillips, Erin Welsh, Kaitlyn Cozart, Grace Turner, Kaitlyn Kittleson, Grace Gregorie, Shelby Blandford and Megan VanGerena attend softball camp at the University of Florida.
Kevin Boyle, recipient of the 2011 Naismith Boys High School Coach of the Year award, is the new men’s varsity basketball coach at Montverde Academy.
With a season record of 8-1, Southwest Middle School’s girls soccer team places second in Orange County. Kudos to (front, l. to r.) Amanda Massey, Brooke Harrigan, Madison Lamb, Emily Jones, Kaeli Trail, Caitlyn Brown, Megan Ashton, (second row, l. to r.) Haley Morse, Molly Ortiz, Samantha Boshears, Gianna Fischetti, Hannah Waddell, Larkin and Ireland Frost, Monique Bernier, Emma Canty, (third row, l. to r.) Carmen Rodriguez, Shae Vevera, Sydney Houde, Alexa Reisig, Nikki Trimarche, Mackenzie Lambert, (back, l. to r.) head coach Tommy Sprague, and assistant coach Daniel Isaac.
Olympia High School linebacker Kyle King (far right) is named Week 4 Defensive Player of the Week by the Orlando Touchdown Club. He is congratulated by Sports Illustrated writer Andy Staples (left) and his linebacker coach, Raul Gomez.
The Windermere Wildfire ‘98 softball team, playing up to the 14-under division, wins the National Softball Association Blazers Spooktacular at the Beach tournament held in Port Orange. Celebrating the victory are (front, l. to r.) Shannon Crenshaw, Brianna Jenkins, Taylor Van Arsdol, Maia Folk, Jill Chabot, Jeda Folk, Morgan Walls, (middle, l. to r.) coach Dave Chabot, Kate Wiles, Samantha Golden, Ciara MacAleavey, Kailey Wiles, manager John Van Arsdol, and (back) coach Phil Golden.
The Windermere Wildfire ‘98 softball team came back from a 5-4 loss to the Red Raiders to secure a spot in the championship game — a rematch against the Raiders — and win the National Softball Association Blazers Spooktacular at the Beach tournament held in Port Orange. With a final score of 4-1, the Wildfire clinched a win in the 14-under division, which the team recently has begun playing up to.
The Roper YMCA Family Center girls 9- and 10-year-olds soccer team wins the fall 2011 division championship. Kudos to (front, l. to r.) Gracie Schultz, Kaitlyn Miller, Johnna Rogers, Julianna Wright, Erin Pearce, Andrea Echevarria, (back, l. to r.) assistant coach Alan Stearn, Kat Stearn, Mairead Cassidy, Bryce Brozovich, Riley Ostrander, McKayla Childs, Faith Campopiano, Abby Miller and coach Jeff Brozovich. Not pictured: Grace Johnson.
Jacqui Concolino, a student at Celebration Golf Clubs Ping nFlight Fitting and Teaching Studios, won her first professional golf tournament. The Orlando resident finished the 54-hole Suncoast Ladies Series tournament at Reunion Resort with a 17 under-par 199. She followed up the first-place finish with another win at SLS’s tournament at MetroWest Golf Club, shooting a 10-under-par 206. Concolino received cash prizes of $2,000 for each tournament.
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