Windermere Prep alum Spencer Pigot raced up the board and finished at No. 5 when the checkered flag dropped.
1. After starting in 19th place at the Iowa 300 on Sunday, July 21, Windermere Prep alum Spencer Pigot raced up the board and finished at No. 5 when the checkered flag dropped. The top-five finish was Pigot’s second of the racing season, and the third time he has finished in the top 10 in 12 starts. Up next for Pigot is the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio on Sunday, July 28.
2. Horizon West Middle School is holding a morning of free sports physicals for those students ages K-12 interested in playing sports at the school on Saturday, July 27, at Jones High School. The physicals — which will take place from 9 a.m. to noon — is open to the first 300 participants. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
3. The first Academy alum and Wofford basketball legend Fletcher Magee recently signed with Spanish pro basketball team Monbus Obradoiro. Magee, an Orlando native, became the all-time leader in three pointers made (509) during his four-year stint at Wofford College.
4. Windermere Prep basketball’s Zavien Williams has been tearing it up with his 1 Family travel-ball team. During a recent game on Saturday, July 20, Williams scored 18 points in a win over the Georgia Stars, which was then followed up by a 26-point night later that day.
5. Philadelphia Phillies outfielder and TFA alum Adam Haseley knocked in the first MLB homer of his career in a 7-6 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday, July 18. In the bottom of the second inning and with his Phillies down 2-1, Haseley made hard contact with a fastball that stayed high in the strike zone — knotting the game up at 2-2 before the Phillies went on to get the win. The following night in a 6-1 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, Haseley hit his second home run in two games and a RBI double.