Brooksville Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Brooksville, FL

  • Tuesday | via Hernando Today 

    Lady Eagles trip Sharks, 4-2

    Last winter was no exception as NCT swept SHS for the first time ever, 7-2 at Shark Tank Stadium and 4-3 at Booster Stadium. In a match pushed back 24 hours after Monday afternoon's deluge, visiting NCT trailed 10 minutes into the second half Tuesday, 2-1, before NCT sophomore forward Jayna Tyler converted a feed from junior midfielder Stephanie Hanley for the equalizer.


  • Saturday Nov 15 | via Hernando Today 

    Sharks hope county grip wona t slip

    Consider that the Sharks have captured 37 of their past 38 contests against county foes Central, Hernando, Springstead and Weeki Wachee. Add in the fact that they've collected three straight district championships and four in five years, have advanced to at least the Sweet 16 five consecutive seasons, gone on to the Elite Eight four of those years, including last season, and made one Final Four appearance.


  • Friday Nov 14 | via Hernando Today 

    Eight county runners enter states

    For the fifth straight season and seventh time since 2007, Nature Coast Technical's vaunted boys cross country program has reached its ultimate goal: the FHSAA Finals. The 68th annual state finals, featuring eight races , are set for Saturday morning at Tallahassee's Apalachee Regional Park's 3.1-mile layout.


  • Saturday Nov 8 | via Hernando Today 

    Expectations soar for Lady Sharks

    As Nature Coast collected its belongings and prepared to depart the Land O' Lakes gym, smarting from a 46-40 loss in the Sweet 16 in February, it felt like a missed opportunity. The Lady Sharks, who had already been upset in the Class 5A, District 7 final by Pasco, could only watch as the Lady Gators went on to defeat Citrus and advance to the Final Four.


  • Friday Nov 7 | via Hernando Today 

    Leopards block Eaglesa county title bid

    In the county's oldest rivalry dating back to Jimmy Carter , the Leopards snapped a two-game series losing skein to the Eagles to force a three-way tie for the Hernando County championship between Springstead, Hernando and Nature Coast Technical. “It was an unbelievable game,” pointed out HHS' first-year skipper Bill Vonada, who collected a share of his sixth Hernando County title in 16 seasons, including five with Springstead.


  • Thursday Nov 6 | via St. Petersburg Times 

    Football: Hernando 19, Springstead 17

    In his first season as coach at Hernando, Bill Vonada hadn't experienced much success, but his players had shown growth. His team responded on Thursday night at Tom Fisher Memorial Stadium as Vonada faced the team he coached for 15 years, and his former defensive coordinator, Springstead coach Mike Garofano.


  • Wednesday Nov 5 | via Hernando Today 

    Vonada, Eagles set for reunion

    As he wraps up his 16th season as a head coach, there are few – if any – teams Bill Vonada hasn't coached against on the North Suncoast. But there is one he most definitely hasn't, and he'll scratch that one off the proverbial list on Thursday night at Tom Fisher Memorial Stadium.


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)