Saint Stephen's boys basketball coach Dave Ruemenapp has team on path for postseason
John Lembo Staff Writer @johnlembo1878
BRADENTONThe Saint Stephen’s boys basketball team has never won a regional tournament game. It’s been nearly 20 years since the Falcons have even had the opportunity to do so.Last week, however, Saint Stephen’s, a Class 3A private school, visited Class 7A Braden River High, and lost in overtime.
With the help of CrossFit training, 'Canes' sophomore is in good shape to make a run at qualifying for state weightlifting John Lembo Staff Writer @johnlembo1878 BRADENTONOne of Rich Lansky’s rules of coaching is he never makes an athlete choose between sports.Lansky coaches boys and girls weightlifting at Manatee High, and encourages his athletes to do anything they want outside of lifting.That includes Tessa Marquette, and with good reason — the Manatee sophomore is one of the world’s best...
Longtime coach is closing in on his 800th win at the school
John Lembo Staff Writer @johnlembo1878
BRADENTONIt was the spring of 1985, and John Harder, fresh off leading Southeast High’s girls basketball team to a state title in his first season as head coach, was chatting with Paul Maechtle, the school’s head football coach and athletic director.“He came to me in the gym, the old Seminole Alley,” Harder recalled last week.
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