Belen Jesuit (Miami) overpowered St. Thomas Aquinas 14-9 for the 2015 boys water polo state title, the school's second, from the Ransom Everglades High School pool.
Baker County (Glen St. Mary) needed just one run to beat American Heritage (Plantation) in the 2015 Class 5A title game for the school's first-ever softball championship.
Hagerty's stunning 90.75-point performance gives the school a 2015 Class 2A state title in the competitive cheerleading large varsity division.
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.
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.
A free throw with one second left gave Wellington its first-ever boys basketball state championship with a 57-56 victory over Hagerty in Class 8A.
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.
Oviedo captures the first baseball championship in school history after defeating Sarasota 9-5 in Class 7A at the 2015 state championships.
Miami Norland overcame a second half rally to defeat Gainesville 53-46 and capture the 2015 Class 6A boys basketball state title.
Two competitors congratulate each other following a boys 1A swimming state championships race. Click the image for more information on the Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Program.