Brooksville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Brooksville, FL
  • Wednesday | via St. Petersburg Times 

    District baseball: Wesley Chapel, Central pull upsets

    In the first semifinal Wednesday, Wesley Chapel narrowly topped Hernando 2-1 to earn its first playoff berth since the retirement of longtime coach Chuck Yingling. "Both pitchers threw outstanding," Wesley Chapel coach Steve Mumaw said.


  • Monday Apr 20 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    Track and field: Nature Coast girls first in 2A-7

    The host Nature Coast Tech girls squad won their fourth straight district title on Monday after a weather postponement cut the meet in half from the week before. Meet officials got the field events and the 1,600 meters finished last Thursday in the Class 2A, District 7 meet but inclement weather forced the final running events to Monday.


  • Saturday Apr 18 | via Tampa Bay Online 

    Wildcats boast 1-2 punch

    The Wildcats head into the Class 5A-District 7 baseball tournament as the third seed with two of Pasco County's top pitchers - seniors Branden McLeod and Jakob Barker - that coach Steve Mumaw and his staff developed into a 1-2 combination that could carry the team far. “I put my two guys out there with anybody,” Mumaw said.


  • Friday Apr 17 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    District softball: Hernando upsets Nature Coast

    Nature Coast was the heavy favorite to win the first district title in school history Friday, but Hernando had other plans. In a season in which the Sharks swept the Leopards in the regular season and didn't lose a Class 5A, District 7 game, Nature Coast was toppled at home, 7-4 in the championship game.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    District softball: Hernando wins a wild one over Zep...

    After drilling two homers - a grand slam by Stephanie Mesiemore and a solo shot by Lindsey Hupp - Zephyrhills had to be confident in its chances to advance from the Class 5A, District 7 semifinals on Wednesday at Nature Coast. Hernando refused to give in to the Bulldogs and went off offensively for a 24-8 victory in the semifinals, advancing to the state playoffs for the third straight year.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    State tennis: Day 1 of Class 4A, 2A action tough on ...

    Jesuit started fast, and the Countryside girls started late, but both will head into the final day of the Class 2A and 4A team state championships out of title contention. Academy of the Holy Names was in the middle of the pack in Class 2A, with a chance at No.


Brooksville High Schools

Central High School (14075 Ken Austin Parkway)
Frank W. Springstead High School (3300 Mariner Boulevard)
Hernando High School (700 Bell Avenue)
Nature Coast Technical High (4057 California Street)