Check out some of the top sports moments for the March 19 edition of the Palm Coast Observer!
- Flagler Palm Coast basketball player Emma Parrish, a guard on the Bulldogs' girls team, signed her national letter of intent to play for Webber International University. Located in Babson Park, Webber is an NAIA Division I program that plays in The Sun Conference.
- Luis Corazon and Landon Stone, both stars on FPC's boys soccer team, recently represented the Bulldogs at the North Florida All-Star Game, which features the top players from the area's high school teams.
- The Bulldogs' girls tennis team defeated DeLand 5-2 on Wednesday, March 11. Singles: Allen (DeLand) def. Mauro (FPC), 8-3; Warren (FPC) def. Teixeira (DeLand), 8-2; Subachev (FPC) def. Trawick (DeLand), 9-7; Walls (FPC) def. McShane (DeLand), 8-4; Carlisi (FPC) def. Jensen (DeLand), 8-4. Doubles: Allen-Teixeira (DeLand) def. Mauro-Warren (FPC), 9-7; Subachev-Walls (FPC) def. Trawick-McShane (DeLand), 8-4.
- Matanzas' softball team stomped Seabreeze 16-0 on March 10. Sophomore Emma Wood went 2-for-4 from the plate and had 4 RBIs, and junior Alyssa Payne went 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs.
- Bethune-Cookman football player Jimmie Robinson, an FPC graduate, received an invitation to showcase his skills as the the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Combine for the NFL.