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Today's Sports

  • Wildwood comes back to down...

    The Wildwood High softball team scored six runs in the seventh inning to come back and down South Sumter 15-11 Thursday, March 4 at the Raiders Field.

    Wildwood’s Chelsa Watson led off the inning with a triple off losing Raiders hurler Kenna Stollar. Nikarre Sesler then laid down a bunt single and Rhonisha Mitchell reached on a bunt fielder’s choice. Watson scored on a throwing error. Shelby Pope reached on another fielder’s choice.

  • Young Performing Artists...

    Young Performing Artists (YPAs), Inc. will celebrate its 11th anniversary and its first annual fundraising golf tournament, ‘Golf For Art’ on Saturday, March 13, at Continental Country Club, 50 Continental Boulevard, Highway 44 East, Wildwood.

    Sign up and breakfast at 8 a.m. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.

  • Golf for Art tourney set for...

    Young Performing Artists (YPAs), Inc. will celebrate its 11th anniversary and its first annual fundraising golf tournament entitled ‘Golf For Art’ on Saturday, March 13, at Continental Country Club, 50 Continental Boulevard, Highway 44 East, Wildwood, Fl.,  34785. Sign up and breakfast at 8 a.m. Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.

  • Outta' the Woods

     

  • Angler's Legacy

     

     

    Anglers’ Legacy!

     

  • Wildwood's Cumbie signs...

    Wildwood High softball coach Mary Jo Cardona brought down the house Wednesday morning.

    Her ace pitcher, Ashley Cumbie, was signing a letter of intent to play softball at Lake-Sumter Community College in Leesburg. The scholarship will cover books and tuition.

    “We are excited to have Ashley coming to us,” said LSCC head coach Kelly Golden.

    “And we can’t wait to get rid of her,” said Cardona.

    Cardona was just kidding, folks.

  • Outta the Woods

     

  • Outta' the Woods

     

  • Outta the Woods

     

  • Wildwood loses 6-3 to Pirates

    It was a night when it felt like everyone was living in Michigan.

    The temperatures were in the 40s and head coach Mary Jo Cardona felt like her team was playing in her home state and the softball team froze up.

    Wildwood (1-5 overall and 1-3 in district play) lost 6-3 to district foe Crystal River High Thursday, Feb. 25 at the Wildwood High diamond.

    The team had problems with making a couple of errors and too many Wildcats thoroughly studying called third strikes.