First Coast High braces for powerhouse Apopka attack after last year's … – Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-Union First Coast High braces for powerhouse Apopka attack after last year’s …Florida Times-UnionThe First Coast football team got a good, quick look at Apopka a year ago. Good because the area rarely sees an offense like the Blue Darters use, and quick because First Coast trailed by three touchdowns in the span of […]

Career Track: Who's on the move on the First Coast – Florida Times-Union

Career Track: Who’s on the move on the First CoastFlorida Times-UnionAmanda L. Ingersoll joined Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin as an associate in their Jacksonville office. Ingersoll’s primary areas of … Armada FC soccer team hired Eric Scott as its Director of Public Relations. Scott is responsible for … Read more…

FHSAA's new district football assignments shake up things across the First Coast – Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-Union FHSAA’s new district football assignments shake up things across the First CoastFlorida Times-UnionThe Florida High School Athletic Association released tentative football reclassifications on Monday, shaking things up across the state. Locally, the most notable moves came in Class 7A. First Coast dropped down one class to join District 2-7A. That …and more » Read […]

First Coast's De'Andre Johnson named Mr. Football – First Coast News

First Coast News First Coast’s De’Andre Johnson named Mr. FootballFirst Coast NewsThe Jacksonville area is home to Mr. Football once again as First Coast High School quarterback and Florida State commit, De’Andre Johnson, has taken home the award for the 2014 season. The future Seminole joins Tim Tebow (Nease, 2005) and Alabama …First Coast quarterback De’Andre […]

First Coast Happenings – Florida Times-Union

First Coast HappeningsFlorida Times-UnionMega Pet Adoption, presented by First Coast No More Homeless Pets, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Jacksonville Expo Center at the Fairgrounds. Adoption fee, $20, includes spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip and city license fee; admission and parking free.and more » Read more…

9 football signings confirmed, including Sherrod Pittman, Dexter Wideman – GoGamecocks

GoGamecocks 9 football signings confirmed, including Sherrod Pittman, Dexter WidemanGoGamecocksSouth Carolina Class of 2015 linebacker commitment Sherrod Pittman of First Coast High in Jacksonville, Fla. … Sherrod Pittman: Four-star linebacker (6-0-224) comes from same Florida high school (First Coast) as former USC linebacker Shaq Wilson. Read more…

Jaguars hold on to beat the Titans, 21-13 – First Coast News

Jaguars hold on to beat the Titans, 21-13First Coast NewsMLB 5 hours, 17 minutes ago. Ole Miss football. Ole Miss football coach proud of team’s 2.57 GPA · NCAAF 12 hours, 33 minutes ago. Former baseball first-rounder killed in dispute over candy · High School Sports 10 hours, 17 minutes ago. Quick Links …and more » […]

First Read: Friday, December 19, 2014 – WJCT NEWS

First Read: Friday, December 19, 2014WJCT NEWSThe Thursday Night Football game featuring the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans was one of the worst matchups this season as both teams went into the game 2-12. NFL Network’s Rich Eisen was not happy about having to fly to Jacksonville to … Read more…

NFL Network, Rich Eisen mock Jags, Titans game – First Coast News

NFL Network, Rich Eisen mock Jags, Titans gameFirst Coast NewsEisen did some venting about the game, and poked some fun, in a new video about the two cellar dwellers. Thursday Night Football has seen its share of bad games this season, but this Thursday’s game in Jacksonville is the worst. Instead of lying to … […]

No "F" high schools in Duval County – First Coast News

First Coast News No “F” high schools in Duval CountyFirst Coast NewsDCPS high schools also continue to demonstrate a strong track record in improved college readiness rates, as well as participation and performance in accelerated coursework. The college readiness score this year is 83% meaning eight-of-ten seniors are …and more » Read more…