Sidelines: Senior defensive back transfers to Mainland High School
Also in the Observer: Halifax Rowing competes in 23rd-annual regatta; College visits, offers and commitments.
| 12:28 p.m. July 29, 2019
Ormond Beach Observer
After two years at Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando, defensive back/athlete Jordan Jackson is returning to Volusia County. Jackson, who played his freshman season at Warner Christian Academy, announced via Twitter that he is transferring to Mainland High School for his senior season.
"Buc pride never dies," Jackson tweeted on Friday, July 26.
Halifax Rowing competes in 23rd-annual regatta
These are the results from 23rd-annual summer regatta hosted by Halifax Rowing the weekend of July 27-28. Teams from all over Florida, and some from Georgia, attend.
Men's Jr 2x: Thomas Spelmans and Dylan Anderson (first place); Women's Jr Lwt 1x: Julia Van Cleef (second place); Women's Jr 2x: Van Cleef and Taylor Francis (second place); Mixed Jr Novice 4+: Sloan Clark, Michael Gutierrez, Hannah Spelmans, Tommy Power and Vincent Leffler (second place); Women's Jr 4x: Ella Smiley, Teagan Pytel, Francis and Van Cleef (third place); Mixed Jr/Master 8+: Chris Staley, Mike Makowski, Thomas Spelmans, Francis, Samara Bay, Katherine Heller, Dylan Anderson, Joelle Huttman, Laura Greer (third place); Women's Master 2-: Bay and Heller (second place;
Women's Open 1x: Eileen Acken (first place); Mens Masters 4x: Perry Sperber, Mike Makowski, Nick Greer and Chris Staley (first place); Women's Masters 4+: Dimund Oppenheimer, Christine Power, Laura Greer, Bay and Heller (second place); Men's Masters 2x: Nick Greer and Staley (first place; Men's Masters 8+: Thomas Power, John McCabe, Greg Snell, Iain Whyte, Mark Miller, Buckley James, Wei Chen, Joseph Taylor and Deborah Cheslow (third place); Men's Parent/Child 2x: Tommy Power and Christine Power (second place); Women's Parent/Child 2x: Taylor Francis and Christine Francis (second place); Men's Masters 4+: Nick Greer, Mike Makowski, Perry Sperber, John McCabe and Laura Greer (second place).
College visits, offers and commitments
Mainland football player Kaleb Costner announced via Twitter that he received a scholarship offer from Jacksonville University.