Recapping some memorable moments as we take a break from Team of the Week until September.
Sometimes we can take living here in Jacksonville for granted, but one group of local athletes shows us how much they appreciate our city. These guys came from tough backgrounds to play soccer here in America.
After winning the Florida 4A Baseball Championship, so it's only fitting the Conquerors are named our team of the week.
They're good on the green, and they made it to Super Regionals this year. Flagler College Women's Golf team is our Team of the Week.
Consisting of 15 girls from 15 different schools, Ponte Vedra Storm is a local soccer team that's made it to the round of 16 in the recent state cup.
Thousands of volunteers help put on The Players championship. But one specific group helps get the players ready.
JU is seeing a piece of history with the start of there 35 year old, 17 year Navy veteran, Brian Holcomb. For that the JU Dolphins baseball team is our Team of the Week.
The Gators women's gymnastics team is celebrating after winning its third straight NCAA championship
When you think Florida, you don't think mountains. But UNF Climbing Team doesn't need real mountains and is getting ready for nationals in San Diego.
The St. Augustine High School Softball team held their 6th annual "Innings for a Cure" game with Nease to honor their coach who died of cancer. Thats why they're our Team of the Week.
The sport that combines skills of badminton, tennis and ping-pong is starting to take off in Jacksonville. That's why Michael Kelly went out to see what this sport is all about.
It's like Lord of the Dance, but with a local twist. Sam Kouvaris shows us why the Legacy River Dancers the Team of the Week.
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