For a sixth consecutive school year, Dr. Phillips High School has won the All-Sports Championship for the Metro Conference’s West Division.
The Panthers, across all of their programs, earned a total of 227 points to outpace runner-up West Orange by 12.5 points and third-place Olympia by 32.5 points.
Dr. Phillips was MetroWest Conference champion in 11 sports: boys golf, boys swimming, football, cheerleading, boys basketball, boys weightlifting, girls track and field, girls water polo, boys lacrosse and boys volleyball. Additionally, the Panthers were runner up in girls golf, girls swimming, boys cross country, girls cross country, girls weightlifting, boys track and field and girls tennis.
The Metro Conference’s West Division is made up of nine schools: Apopka, DP, Edgewater, Evans, Jones, Ocoee, Olympia, Wekiva and West Orange.