UCF football returns
The Knights are back on the gridiron Saturday to take on Temple — a team that fell victim to UCF in 2013 in a stunning comeback win.
Hurricane delays game
A blowout win that was supposed to be a loss gave the Knights enough momentum Friday that it would take a hurricane to stop them. That’s exactly what they got.
Knights even record
The resounding win, coupled with a season-opening 38-0 smashing of South Carolina State, bookended a pair of big losses against then No. 5 Michigan and Maryland.
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Can UCF recover after Maryland?
Three hours and 55 minutes after kickoff, the Knights were left standing on their home football field, vanquished in a double overtime thriller in the Bright House Sept. 17.
Wildcats fight off Freedom
The Wildcats have bounced back well from a one-point loss to start the season, improving to 2-1 after beating West Orange two weeks ago and then Freedom in a 46-13 win Sept. 9.
Knights start season with win
Scott Frost got his first win as the Knights’ head coach, and the team got their first win since going 0-12 last year.
UCF hits gridiron Saturday
A new era begins for the UCF Knights on Saturday under new coach Scott Frost.
Football almost underway
The Knights held their annual Football FanFest on Saturday, with thousands of UCF football fans showing up to have autographs signed by players and to meet new coach Scott Frost.
Winter Park High School to face Lake Nona this week
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Football season approaches
Fans will be eager to see how Winter Park’s team shapes up after a disappointing 5-5 season last year that saw the Wildcats hold opponents to less than two touchdowns just twice.
Baseball teams ousted
Winter Park High School and Edgewater High School baseball teams both saw their seasons come to an end last Wednesday.
Lose three games
After a weekend allowing double-digit runs in three straight games, the Tars are looking to regroup when they take off for a road trip to South Florida looking to salvage their record.
Blast Ave Maria
The Tars had a wild few games in the past week, stomping Ave Maria by a 18-5 score on Thursday, then turning around and losing to Florida Southern by a score of 10-1.
Followed by big loss
When the Knights took a break from American Athletic Conference play to host No. 12 Florida Atlantic, they were in for the fight of their season.