Isabella Babilonia had already cemented her legacy as the best female distance runner in the history of Viera High School. Read more
If there’s one thing the Holy Trinity baseball team proved again last season, it’s that sleeping on the Tigers because of their smaller school size and perpetually young roster is a mistake.
Two captains, 16 teams, 64 players and a taste for victory competed in a head-to-head Ryder Cup matchup at Viera East Golf Club as part of the Viera East Men's Golf Association..
Just before the season started, Viera High boys soccer coach Nick Robinson told his players he thought they had a chance to do something special.
To a man, members of the Viera High boys soccer team will tell you that this year’s club is different than any other the Hawks have had before.
David Gildart’s booming shot from 22 yards away did more than give visiting Lake Highland Prep a 1-0 lead in the third minute of Wednesday’s Class 3A, Region 3 boys soccer quarterfinal match a…
Viera's Micheal Toppi (left) and Isabella Babilonia posted their times on the school's cross country record board Tuesday afternoon. Toppi's time of 15:08.15 is the fourth-fastest 5K time in …
There was only one thing players on the Holy Trinity girls basketball team wanted to know after their heartbreaking loss in the Class 3A regional quarterfinals Thursday night.
There are crazy finishes … and then there’s what happened in the Viera-Melbourne boys soccer Class 6A, District 12 final Wednesday night.
Holy Trinity goalkeeper James Linnabary had just made a big save in a sudden death penalty-kick shootout to put his team one made shot away from claiming the district championship.
The Holy Trinity boys soccer team turned in a dominating performance in Friday night’s Class 3A, District 10 semifinals, defeating visiting Cocoa Beach 2-0 to reach the title game.
As soon as the brackets were revealed for this season’s Class 6A, District 12 playoffs, the Viera Hawks knew they would be playing the Melbourne Bulldogs in the semifinals on Thursday.
Monday night’s Class 3A, District 10 girls soccer quarterfinal showed just how good the Holy Trinity Tigers are now … and how good they can be in the future.
The coronavirus pandemic cut into their season, but that doesn’t mean members of the Viera High School wrestling team won’t be ready for the postseason.
It took the Viera girls soccer team about 20 minutes or so to figure out how to crack through the Titusville defense Monday night.
The Viera High boys soccer team had every right to feel good about itself after Wednesday night’s big showdown against the Melbourne Bulldogs.
Holy Trinity senior goalkeeper James Linnabary had a feeling he might have to come up with a late save if the Tigers were going to hold off the visiting West Shore Wildcats Monday night.
Before Saturday night’s game against Heritage, Holy Trinity girls basketball coach Jay Castillo stressed three things to his players:
Less than 24 hours after making their best argument that they are the top boys basketball team in Brevard County this season, the Holy Trinity Tigers found themselves facing another big challenge.
Locked in a tight game with Lake Howell, the Viera High girls basketball team decided to make a few changes on defense that would make the Silver Hawks a little less comfortable.
Four years ago, Dan Adovasio, now 72, couldn’t squeeze his 400-pound girth into most chairs and struggled even to stand. Three weeks before he was to remarry, his kidneys failed.
Allison Worley first started kicking a soccer ball around age 3. Not on a club team, mind you, but against much tougher competition — her older sisters.