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Registration deadline extended to Oct. 25 for Senior Games in Palm Coast

Registration deadline extended to Oct. 25 for Senior Games in Palm Coast

The City of Palm Coast has extended the deadline to Friday, Oct. 25, to sign up for the Ormond Beach Senior Games sports events to be held in Palm Coast and Bunnell. In addition, an online registration option has been added to make registration easy. Archery, dance, horseshoes and powerlifting will be held in Flagler. […]

Daytona native wants to be voted favorite driver in K&N Pro Series East

Daytona native wants to be voted favorite driver in K&N Pro Series East

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES For the sixth consecutive year, fans can vote online for the most popular driver of the year award in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. NASCAR K&N Pro Series is considered the premier training ground for drivers and crews looking to make it to one of NASCAR’s three national series. […]

Wildcats extend MEAC winning streak to 15 games

Wildcats extend MEAC winning streak to 15 games

FROM WIRE REPORTS WASHINGTON – Anthony Jordan rushed for two first quarter touchdowns, Isidore Jackson added 65 yards and another score as Bethune-Cookman held Howard University to 182 total yards en route to a 27-6 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) victory Saturday at Greene Stadium. The No. 16/13 Wildcats (5-1 overall, 2-0 MEAC) extended their conference-winning streak to 15 […]

B-CU freshmen shine in softball team’s opener

B-CU freshmen shine in softball team’s opener

FROM WIRE REPORTS The opening day of fall ball proved to be a freshman showcase as Bethune-Cookman split a doubleheader with Embry-Riddle Sunday. Sabrina Anguiano threw four innings of shutout relief while Jessica Valenzuela’s two-run triple in the eighth broke open a 1-1 tie as the Wildcats posted a 5-1 victory. In game two, Destinee […]

Daytona Beach Pop Warner team wears pink to bring attention to breast cancer

Daytona Beach Pop Warner team wears pink to bring attention to breast cancer

BY JAMES HARPER DAYTONA TIMES Members of the Daytona Beach Pop Warner League played the Falcons of Flagler Palm Coast this past Saturday. To bring attention to breast cancer, the players wore pink socks and the cheerleaders pink outfits. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This Saturday, the team will play the Deltona Wolves […]

Continuing to grow as Magic coach

Continuing to grow as Magic coach

Jacque Vaughn sought to develop himself before second year in Orlando BY JOSH ROBBINS ORLANDO SENTINEL (MCT) ORLANDO – Orlando Magic players, coaches and support staffers assembled on Amway Center’s practice court a bit before 10 last Sunday morning. The team split into small groups, with three players clustered around each basket to shoot free […]

B-CU freshman named MEAC’s volleyball rookie of the week

B-CU freshman named MEAC’s volleyball rookie of the week

Bethune-Cookman setter Alexas Thomas has been named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Rookie Of The Week, the conference announced Oct. 7. The freshman from Cocoa averaged 11.3 assists per set in the Lady Cats’ three matches last week. Against North Carolina A&T, Thomas set the school record for assists in a three-set match with 48 as […]

MEAC announces top football players of the week

MEAC announces top football players of the week

ASSOCIATED PRESS Morgan State’s Seth Higgins was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Offensive Player of the Week, the conference announced on Monday. MSU’s Cody Acker was named Defensive Player of the Week. Cameron Marof of Norfolk State was named Rookie of the Week. MSU offensive lineman Karim Barton earned Offensive Lineman of the […]

Perfect start to season doesn’t hide FSU’s flaws

Perfect start to season doesn’t hide FSU’s flaws

BY PATRIK NOHE MIAMI HERALD (MCT) TALLAHASSEE — Florida State knew what it was getting into on Saturday, knew it was going to get Boston College’s best shot. The No. 8 Seminoles bested the Eagles 48-34 and the main story line as FSU departed Boston on Saturday evening was a near-miraculous last-second touchdown pass that […]

Volleyball’s Jimenez makes school history with 1,000 digs

Volleyball’s Jimenez makes school history with 1,000 digs

SPECIAL TO THE TIMES Jennifer Jimenez became the first Bethune-Cookman player in program history Tuesday to register 1,000 career digs in the Lady Cats’ 3-0 (25-13,25-12,25-21) recent loss to Florida Gulf Coast in Historic Moore Gymnasium. The senior from Merritt Island, who is already B-CU’s all-time digs leader, reached 1,000 with her third dig in […]