Conquering the Territory
Conquering the Territory
The Final Five Conquistadors of 2017
Sophomores Gabriel Steele, Dylan Bailey, Destin Dunton, Charles Isaac and Chris Copeland, are the Final Five Conquistadors for the PHSC Basketball team. PHSC is currently changing their mascot name and the new mascot will be revealed to the public during the college’s Welcome Week for the 2017-18 school year.
PHSC ended the season with 12 wins and 14 losses. Their last game was a power win over Ave Maria 105 – 67, however their five graduating sophomores expressed that their final season playing on the court was a disappointment.
Jim King, Conservation Lands Specialist for the Hernando County Planning Dept. gathered 10 volunteers to plant 500 longleaf pine seedlings at Cypress Lakes Preserve in Ridge Manor on Saturday, February 4.
The Pasco-Hernando State College women's softball team opened their 2017 season competing against Illinois Central College and Puerto Rican National Team for a double header tournament at Eddie Moore Softball Complex in Clearwater on January 27.
Teams from all over the country participated in the JUCO Classic Tournament. It’s an opportunity to compete against a diversity of talent and build skills.
“(We) really to try to get everyone in the mix and generate a team concept,” Head Coach Ryan said.
PSHC Basketball team is towards the end of their season. There are seven games left in the season and the team must pull off 5 wins to qualify for the District 10 tournament being held in Petersburg, Virginia. Coach
Jones feels that with practice and hard work, the Conquistadors will reach this goal.
While attending the 2015 Christmas Parade in Brooksville, Tangela Copeland experienced a sensation that she would not forget.
She was born in Miami, graduated with a Bachelor's of Business Administration Degree from University of Miami, where she met her husband, Horace Copeland. Together they raised four children, moved across the country and finally settled down here in Hernando County.
Tangela is a private person. She is a bright, beautiful and a caring woman that dedicates her love to her family and her job.
At the bottom of the sea
Saul Mendoza, heavy equipment mechanic, opened the gates to Vulcan Materials in Brooksville for fossil enthusiasts of all ages. They seek the fossilized remains of what once flew, swam, crawled or even walked on this earth millions of years ago.
The Tampa Bay Fossil Club has been active since 2002 and last Saturday kicked off their first Vulcan Mine field trip for 2017.