FSDB sophomore Jackson Gilreath beaming with pride wearing his silver medal in the Class 1A Adaptive shot put

There is hardly an offseason at small schools. Many of the same students who play football or volleyball in the fall come inside during the wintertime and play basketball. Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind senior Megan Lockner may have been the best example of that. She was …  


FSDB senior Tyre Singleton kneels on track in start position

Mention the name Tyre Singleton on the campus of the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind and it’s a virtual guarantee it will evoke a smile and a story. Singleton has that type of impact on people. His experiences in sports are an avenue to teach others to …  


FSDB Girls Goalball team holding EAAB Championship trophy

One of the beauties of hosting the US High School Goalball Championships is the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind does not have to go too far to celebrate. The Cobras’ 7-3 win over the Washington State School for the Blind clinched an eighth national championship in school …  


FSDB student Anissya Rivera receives St. Johns Sports Club award

Life is about to change for Anissya Rivera and the rest of the teenagers who crammed into the Gypsy Cab Café on Thursday afternoon. Before Rivera and others graduate from high school in the coming days, the St. Johns Sports Club celebrated her, and others, at its annual sports banquet. …  


FSDB Girls Track and Field athletes at Regional Final

The 2016 FSDB Track and Field team will be sending three athletes to the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) 1A State Finals in Bradenton, FL on May 6 and 7. La’Terria Hampton, a junior from Madison won the Class 1A, Region 1 shot put event with a throw of …