Sarasota resident plays tennis, racquetball, works out daily and lifts 250 pounds. Doug Fernandes @dfernsports
SARASOTAYounger Doug handed Older Doug his early-bird special, that’s for sure. Site of the senior smackdown? The racquetball courts at the nearby YMCA.A few blistering corner serves, a few ceiling shots that had the old guy muttering something about needing a nap, and it was over.
Doug Fernandes @dfernsports
ORLANDOThe 17-year gap between title appearances didn't give the Venice High football team amnesia. Saturday at the Class 7A state championship at Camping World Stadium, the Indians remembered why they were there.And once there, what they were supposed to do.Score-wise, it wasn't as dominant as the Indians' 63-point victory over Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer back in 2000.
Doug Fernandes @dfernsports
The ex-player thinks it’s a great hire. The former coach said it’s a no-brainer. The alum whose blood runs garnet and gold sees no downside.A person may exist somewhere inside Seminole Nation who believes former Manatee High star Willie Taggart isn’t the right choice to succeed Jimbo Fisher as head football coach at Florida State.If so, that individual has yet to step forward.
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