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Gold was the favorite color of several Nease and Ponte Vedra track and field athletes, who won state champions in their respective disciplines during the state meet at the University of Florida in Gainesville May 14. more
What makes a special team? In the case of the Ponte Vedra boys lacrosse squad, it was the group’s togetherness that was already strong to start the season but continued to grow with every game and helped propel the Sharks to their state runner-up finish in Class 2A. more
The Ponte Vedra Sharks are two wins away from a boys lacrosse state championship and will face-off against Winter Park in the state semifinals May 5 at 7 p.m. at Paradise Coast Sports Complex in Naples. more
For the Ponte Vedra High boys tennis team winning a state title was something they felt confident in since the start of the season, and it came to fruition with them handing over the school’s first tennis state championship trophy to athletic director Michael Harrison during a presentation May 2. more
Ponte Vedra High won the boys tennis Class 3A state championship following a 4-3 victory over St. Petersburg in the final matchup April 26. more
Quality over quantity was the motto of the Ponte Vedra girls wrestling program this season and they proved that once again with their performances at the 2022 FHSAA State Championships March 3-5 in Kissimmee. more
It has been a busy end to the winter sports season for Ponte Vedra High’s athletic programs with several teams competing for state titles, including girls weightlifting for the first time in school history. more
What makes this year’s Ponte Vedra boys basketball so dangerous is the depth of playmakers they have on the roster and the confidence they have in each other and with their own game. more
The Ponte Vedra boys soccer team found themselves trailing early, but stormed back to defeat Pensacola Booker T. Washington 3-1 in a Class 6A regional quarterfinal tilt. more
Round three of the Nease and Ponte Vedra girls basketball rivalry lived up to all the billing and turned out to be an instant classic that the Panthers won with a Sydney Gomes drive and layup with five seconds left. more
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