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“It’s not the medal you’ve got around your neck, it what’s behind the medal, in your heart.” That’s what a former Nease basketball player told the Nease girls basketball team after its 43-40 loss to Dillard in the Class 7A state championship game on Saturday, March 2, in Lakeland. more
The PGA TOUR FAN SHOP at THE PLAYERS Welcome Experience will open to the community the weekend prior to the tournament for a sneak peek shopping experience and exclusive first look at THE PLAYERS Welcome Experience. The PGA TOUR FAN SHOP will be open Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Parking is free, and no ticket is required. Parking is located in the general parking lot located off CR 210. more
The Ponte Vedra High School boys lacrosse team defeated Bolles, 16-2, on Tuesday night. more
It was a full house at the San Jose Country Club on Tuesday, Feb. 19, when a crowd of 250 people attended the seventh annual “Celebration of Golf Banquet” to honor Elizabeth “Anne” P. Nimnicht, who received the Deane Beman Award, and numerous other 2018 winners and award recipients. more
The Nease girls basketball team defeated Booker T. Washington 65-44 last Friday, Feb. 22 in the regional finals at home. With the win, the Lady Panthers have advanced to the state semifinals in Lakeland, where they will play Fort Myers on Friday, March 1 at noon. more
On Wednesday, Feb. 20, Ponte Vedra High School completed its most successful 2A-4 District wrestling tournament in several years, as six Sharks wrestlers advanced to the 2A Regional Championships to be held in Tallahassee on March 1. more
The Ponte Vedra High School boys lacrosse team beat Nease on Tuesday night, 19-2, in the annual rivalry between the two teams. more
Ponte Vedra recently topped Nease in wrestling in the annual renewal of the Battle of the Bridge. more
Ponte Vedra High School, Nease and the Bolles School recently hosted special ceremonies on Feb. 6 to honor student-athletes for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers. more
After staying close with a talented Palatka five for the first half of last week’s district semifinals, the Sharks ran into a buzzsaw in the second half as the Panthers ended the Ponte Vedra season, 58-37. more
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