1. Despite FSU falling 2-0 to the University of Michigan in the College World Series on Monday, June 17, Windermere Prep alum Chase Haney had a strong showing in relief for the Seminoles. Through 2.1 innings pitched, Haney faced only eight batters — striking out two and holding the Wolverines to no runs. The loss dropped the Noles to 1-1, and they’ll play in an elimination game on Wednesday, June 19, against Texas Tech after press time.
2. Dr. Phillips alum Jeremiah Harris had a solid showing in the Tuscon Sugar Skulls’ (Indoor Football League) 55-50 win over the Quad City Steamwheelers on Sunday, June 16. Offensively Harris had 20-yards receiving on two catches, while running for 63 yards on three kickoff returns. He also recorded one assisted tackle on defense to help push the Sugar Skulls to their first playoff appearance.
3. Windermere resident and NFL analyst (FOX NFL and the NFL Network) Charles Davis was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, June 15. The former University of Tennessee football player was recognized for his work in sports media.
4. The Dr. P. Phillips YMCA will be hosting its annual futsal (indoor soccer) camp from Monday, June 24, to Friday, June 28 (first through third grade). There, campers will learn and improve their soccer skills through drills and scrimmages. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA at dpycamps.com.
5. The Orlando Magic will be putting on the third session of their basketball camps from Monday, July 8, through Friday, July 12, at Holy Family Catholic Church. There, campers will learn the ins and outs of the game from the National Basketball Academy. To register, go to nba.com/magic/youth/basketball-camps/.