It went to overtime, but American Heritage (Plantation) came away with its ninth state title in a 2-1 win over Land O' Lakes at the 2015 Class 3A Girls Soccer State Championships.
Dillard (Fort Lauderdale) once again proves its the best in Class 5A by beating Paxon 51-35 at the 2015 state championships for the school's ninth title, and fifth in six years.
St. Johns Country Day (Orange Park) makes it four titles in a row with a 4-0 win over Lakeland Christian at the 2015 Girls Soccer State Championships.
In its first-ever trip to the finals, Freeport defeated Wildwood 46-36 to capture the 2015 Class 1A girls basketball state title.
Bay (Panama City) is crowned the 2015 Class 1A Competitive Cheerleading state champion in the medium varsity division.
Cypress Bay celebrates the school's fourth boys soccer state title with a 2-1 victory in penalty kicks over West Orange at the 2015 Class 5A championship.
Blanche Ely (Pompano Beach) once again dominated Class 7A, beating Osceola (Kissimmee) 72-60 in the state championship game for its third title in four years.
Adding to its impressive collection of girls soccer titles (14), St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) defeated Oviedo 2-0 at the 2015 Class 5A Girls Soccer State Championships.
Dr. Phillips (Orlando) claims the team title at the 2015 Class 4A Boys Track & Field State Championships from the University of the North Florida in Jacksonville.
Miami Christian took home its third-ever boys basketball title, its first since 2002, with a 71-44 victory over Agape in the 2015 Class 2A state championship.