UCF falls to Temple
The UCF Knights had multiple opportunities to finish off Temple Saturday, but couldn't follow through as they lost the game 26-25.
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.
Cat 4 storm nears CFL
Central Floridians prepared for the worst as Hurricane Matthew tore through the Bahamas Thursday and turned toward a possible landfall along the Florida coastline early Friday morning.
Tulane game postponed
Bad news, Knight football fans. The UCF Knights have postponed the upcoming Friday night game against Tulane because of the hurricane bearing down on Central Florida.
Artwork captures Greece
It’s three dimensions and three millennia of decayed marble, captured in two-dimensional photographs with the far more modern artistic technique of printing on brushed aluminum.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Boom shock league
The Florida Collegiate Summer League has a new champion — a team that's enjoying success in just its second season in the league.
Postseason dreams dashed
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs, who have more championships than any other team in the history of the FCSL, have missed the playoffs this year.
Winter Park losses four straight
A Winter Park Diamond Dawgs season that got off to a rocky start is now in free fall as the team lost four straight games recently.
But they still have a shot
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs fell deeper into a hole last weekend, though not far enough to drop below the Leesburg Lightning in the Florida Collegiate Summer League standings.
Can they get to the top?
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs are still in trouble, despite having one of their best weeks so far this season.
Still hope for postseason
The Winter Park Diamond Dawgs’ descent into the bottom of the Florida Collegiate Summer League continued this week, but they’re still not out of the chase for the postseason.
Sanford wins back-to-back
The Dawgs were looking listless after losing back-to-back games against the Sanford River Rats by a combined scoring differential of 27-11.
Team still struggles
After losing two of three games midweek, the Dawgs managed a shaky win Friday to prevent the Lightning (5-10) from striking twice in back-to-back games after a 7-4 loss June 16.
Orlando unites after shooting
Orlando turned to hope, flooding the globe with images and stories of lines of blood donors hundreds long, volunteers passing out thousands of bottles of water to mourners, of millions united in a defiant grief.
Winter Park ends skid
The Winter Park Diamond Dogs are back to their winning ways after suffering a losing streak early in the season.
Boom sees strong start
An 18-8 blowout by Sanford started it, then an 8-2 comeback by a winless Winter Park team ended a wild opening weekend.
FCSL starts up
The Florida Collegiate Summer League fires up the hotdog grills at 5 p.m. Thursday, June 2 at Sanford Memorial Stadium for its opening day tailgate party.
Knights drop six
After losing six games in a row, UCF will take a final swing at the AAC tournament.
Tars take series
After starting the series with two ominous blowout losses, the Tars put together three rallies to win 5-3 to close out the season.
Teams seek turnaround
The Tars have two games left to try to salvage their season before playoff time.
Baseball teams ousted
Winter Park High School and Edgewater High School baseball teams both saw their seasons come to an end last Wednesday.
Graphic shows spread
Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes are expected to be on their way to Seminole County in numbers higher than nearly all of the country.
The only shot fired during a reported gun incident at the University of Central Florida turned out to be from an officer's gun, by accident.
Police can't find
Police were tipped off to a social media post that a possible female shooter was inside the UCF Library Tuesday.
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.
Walk to beat cancer
When hordes of people start circling Winter Park’s Central Park in unison on April 30, they’ll be doing more than trying to save people from cancer; they’ll be reviving the event itself.
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.
Face Memphis next
The Knights spent the last weekend spanking Cornell in three straight games to help right their season.
Schedule gets tough
After falling apart in games against some of the nation’s toughest college baseball teams, the Knights recovered by winning series against LIU Brooklyn and Brown in the past week.
The Knights lost 65-63 to the worst team in the American Athletic Conference and fired their head coach of six years in the span of an hour last Thursday.
Knights face AAC tournament
On Thursday, the Knights get to determine whether their season ends or if they make an unexpected late season surge after falling apart in conference play.
Season ends short of title
Battling their way into the state final four last week, the Winter Park boys basketball team lost to the team that would go on to win the whole thing.
Wildcats go to Lakeland
The Wildcats’ deep run into the state tournament has seen nail-biters and blowouts along the way.
Clock is ticking on season
It was a rough night in Texas as the Knights met Houston for the first time and fell 82-58 on a slew of late-game turnovers.
Face losing streak
A.J. Davis’ last second shot at heroism was ruled a tenth of a second too late as the Knights fell by 62-60 to the Temple Owls on Saturday afternoon.
Cites potential bias
Winter Park City Commission Seat 3 Candidate Lambrine Macejewski has announced she's pulling out of a debate that was set for Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Social Security compromised
An estimated 63,000 current and former UCF students plus school staff may have just been hacked.
Teams feel the pressure
When the pressure came, the Knights buckled under its weight in a crushing 67-41 loss to UConn on their home court Sunday afternoon.
Lost two straight
With a 75-60 score showing, the Knights lost their second American Athletic Conference game of the season and dipped ever closer to the .500 mark overall.
Wildcats move on
For Winter Park’s boys basketball team, a trouncing of Boone in a district game on Jan. 14 gave way to a late collapse against Freedom at the Master’s Academy Classic.
UCF faces ECU
So early in the season, the Knights are already set to face East Carolina again. But this time they’ll do it on their own court, tipping off at the CFE Arena at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
It's one of the most unusual spectacles in sports, watching a telephone-pole-sized log flying through the air.