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Off-season diet: How is it different?

For most competitive athletes, the off-season is anything but a time to take a complete break from their preparation for the upcoming year. While rest is important, athletes will resume their preparation at some point in the off-season. Similar to how they remain ready throughout the year, athletes typically partake in intense training and dieting to keep themselves in peak condition over the break. Keep Reading

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Sprinting to states

Racing to the finish line, 20 track and field students made their way to The University of North Florida Jacksonville, FLA for the FSHAA Outdoor State Finals held May 3-4. After continuous training, the girls team finished third out of 45 teams and the boy’s team finished eleventh out of 52. Keep Reading

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Kelly Torres: Destined for Duke

Six years of varsity softball finally paid off for junior Kelly Torres. Rarely does a 12-year-old make a varsity team; however, Torres has played varsity softball at Heritage since sixth grade. Keep Reading

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Kayla in Sports: Batter (not) up!

Sports may not come to me easily, but “borrowing” things from my younger brother, Dylan, comes like second nature. Dressed in his white stirrups (baseball pants that come up to the knee) and practice jersey (unbeknown to him at the time), I attempted to participate in a baseball practice. Baseball has played a significant role in my life for as long as I can remember. My 13-year-old brother began playing as a toddler, and I have cheered him on since.… Keep Reading

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