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Brevard County: Headed down field
Palm Bay High School junior varsity soccer player Jeremiah Mercado kicks the ball toward the goal during the team's game against Merritt Island at Mustang's field Tuesday, Nov. 6. The Palm Bay Pirates were outplayed by the Mustangs and lost the game 8-0.......
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Indian River County: Vero Beach Indians spear Jaguars
VERO BEACH - For Jason Pierre and the rest of his Vero Beach High School football teammates, their bye week came at the best and worst time. Experiencing their first loss of the season two weeks ago to Fort Pierce Central, the Indians were forced to cool their heels and wait to get back on the f......
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Martin County: Defending his goal
Steven Graff, a detective sergeant with the Stuart Police Department, defends his goal Thursday night, Oct. 11 in the Martin County adult hockey 30 and over league game at the Halpatiokee Rink. For more information, visit www.orgsites.com/fl/hockey.......
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St. Lucie County: Green on the carry
Jaylen Brooks-Carter (No. 35), of Port St. Lucie High School tackles Greg Green (No. 6) of St. Lucie Centennial High School on Friday, Nov. 9. Port St. Lucie High went on to win 14-12.......
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Volusia County: Sports notes
Biologist to address Flyfishers The Mid Coast Flyfishers of New Smyrna Beach will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at the Fraternal Order of Police, 471 Mission Road, New Smyrna Beach. The speaker will be Dr. Eric Reyier, a fisheries biologist with the Kennedy Space Center. He will talk about the work on the Northern Indian River Lagoon System. ......
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