Also in Sidelines: Bulldogs compete in UCF's 7-on-7 tournament; College offers, signees and commitments.
Some highly anticipated improvements are being made at the Palm Coast Tennis Center: A fence repair and maintenance project are currently underway and the next big improvement is court resurfacing, according to a news release.
The resurfacing project started Monday, June 3, and could take up to three weeks to complete. The courts will only have be shut down the weekend of June 7-9. The facility will remain open through the rest of the renovation with limited courts available for play. The court resurfacing is part of regular maintenance and will allow crews to lay new clay material.
For more information, call Brittany McDermott at 386-986-2321 or email her at [email protected]. To reach the Palm Coast Tennis Center, call 386-986-2550 or visit the complex at 1290 Belle Terre Pkwy.
Bulldogs compete in UCF's 7-on-7 tournament
Members of Flagler Palm Coast High School's varsity football team competed in University of Central Florida 7-on-7 tournament on Saturday, June 1, at UCF. The Bulldogs played well but fell short of the title, losing in the Elite Eight.
College offers, signees and commitments
- Matanzas cross country's Bri Mitchell signed her national letter of intent to run for Lake Sumter State College, a Division I program in the Mid-Florida Conference of the Florida State College Activities Association.
- FPC 2019 defensive back Marquise Gilbert received two offers on Wednesday, May 29: one from Division II program Tusculum University and the other from Division II program Concord University.