Creekside’s Will Mayer finished second in the voting for the Florida Dairy Farmers Class 8A Boys Basketball Coach of the Year. Mayer was second behind Melvin Randall of Pompano Beach Ely, the team that beat the Knights in the 8A state championship game.Mayer led the Knights to a 27-5 record and their first title game appearance in school history. Mayer has a 92-27 record in his four seasons at Creekside. In each of the four years, the team improved its win total.
Creekside High School is looking for a new head coach for the Varsity Dance Team. Responsibilities include: managing, choreographing, and fundraising. Coach attendance will be required for all practices, events, and performances which include Varsity football and basketball games.
Interested parties should see Luke Marabell or email: [email protected]
Brandon Dickman not only finished third for the second consecutive year at the Class 2A state wrestling championships, the Creekside senior also beat the same wrestler in the third-place match.
Dickman and Bartram Trail junior Nick Vugman both took home third-place medals at the 2A championships Saturday in Kissimmee.
Dickman, a four-time state qualifier, pinned Jermaine Teague of Cypress Lake in 3:59 in the third-place match of the 182-pound weight class. Teague had sent Dickman into wrestlebacks with a 4-3 decision.
Last year Dickman won in overtime with a sudden victory over Teague to claim third place in the 170-pound class.