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Leopards Win County Championship

The Hernando baseball team won the Hernando County regular season championship with their 12-2 victory over Weeki Wachee High School.  The Leopards improved their record to 18-5 on the season.  Carson Lashley picked up the win on the mound in a game shortened by the mercy rule.  Javy Bonilla hit a two-run homerun in the

Lady Leopards #1 Seed in District Tournament

The Lady Leopards are the #1 seed heading into the district tournament next week.  The softball team finished the regular season with a record of 23-2. The tournament will be held at Tom Varn Park. Below is the schedule of the games: Monday, April 29th,  6 PM  #2 NCT vs. #7 Fivay Tuesday, April 30th, 

Leopards Clip Eagles in Season Sweep

The Hernando baseball defeated the Springstead Eagles 3-2 to complete the season sweep of the county rival at Hernando High School.  Marick Aske pitched 6 innings with 8 strikeouts. Carson Lashley went 3-3 at the plate and Dalton Black smacked a triple on the night. The Leopards improved their record to 17-5 and travel to

Jerome Brown Camp Coming Back to Hernando

The Jerome Brown camp will be coming back to Hernando High School this summer.  The camp will be held on Saturday, June 8th. All the details on the camp will be released shortly. Jerome Brown’s son, Dee Brown is excited to bring the camp back.  Dee stated, “Our hope is to provide a fun, filled

Lady Leopards defeat #6 ranked River Ridge

Freshmen Jadyn Wright had two hits in her first start at second base and Senior Ali Shenefield continued her dominance on the mound with 18 K’s, giving her 306 for the season, in throwing a 4-hitter in the Lady Leopards 4-0 win over host 6th ranked (6A) River Ridge.  Shenefield also collected two hits and

Tampa Bay Times Writes on Jerome Brown Project

Tampa Bay Times writer, Rodney Page wrote a story on the Jerome Brown Project. Here is the link: The Jerome Brown Project is a goal of raising $1.4 million to install a turf field that will be named after the former Hernando, Miami and Philadelphia Eagle great.  Money raised from this project will also

Former USF and NFL Player Visit Hernando

Former USF Football player and former NFL player, Kion Wilson, visited Hernando High School to talk to the Leopard football team before their spring practice.  Wilson even came out to watch the practice after the speaking engagement. The USF defensive MVP played for the Carolina Panthers, San Diego Chargers and the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Head Coach

Events For Jerome Brown Project

Dinner & Auction – July 19th – Location to be determined. More information to be released soon. Golf Outing – July 20th, 8:30 AM Shotgun Brookville Country Club, $300 a Foursome. Lunch being catered by Texas Roadhouse. T-shirts given to all participants donated by Eddie Looper and Looper Sports Connection. Hole sponsorships cost $150. If

LaRocca Chiropractic Donates 10K Towards Project

Dr. Chris LaRocca of LaRocca Chiropractic has donated $10K dollars towards the Jerome Brown Project.  Dr. LaRocca will have naming rights to the press box at Tom Fisher Stadium.  This is the kick-off towards the Jerome Brown Project as we are raising money to put a turf field at Tom Fisher Stadium and name the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Apr 22 – Apr 28

Apr 24 Varsity Baseball vs. Springstead High School 7:00 pm | Hernando High School Apr 24 Varsity Softball at River Ridge High School 7:00 pm | River Ridge High School Apr 25 Varsity Baseball at Weeki Wachee High School 7:00 pm | Weeki Wachee High School