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HGH use among teens doubles, survey says, but testing is lacking

Experimentation with human growth hormones by America’s teens more than doubled in the past year, according to a national survey.

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Former Jupiter High standout Miles Mikolas earns win over Yankees

Former Jupiter High standout Miles Mikolas earns win over Yankees

All-Star right-hander Yu Darvish is the only remaining healthy member from the Texas Rangers’ projected Opening Day rotation.

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Athletes in IB program a study in time well managed

Athletes in IB program a study in time well managed

The Atlantic High School media center has become a second home for rising senior Anna Morera. With little free time to complete her homework after school because of athletic commitments, the nationally ranked synchronized swimmer and top student uses her lunch hour to get ahead on her assignments.

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Ten schools in Palm Beach County offer IB program

More than 2,500 schools in 142 countries offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma program, according to the International Baccalaureate website.

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MLB Draft: 3 Palm Beach County HS players taken on Day 2

The second day of the Major League Baseball draft brought some surprises. Three players who graduated from Palm Beach County high schools were drafted Friday.

Large Schools Baseball Player of the Year — Austin Smith, Park Vista

Austin Smith, Park Vista, Post large schools baseball player of the year

Austin Smith is not only one of the best pitchers in Palm Beach County, he’s always one of the best hitters in the area.

Bruce Steel, Post small schools baseball player of the year

Bruce Steel, Post small schools baseball player of the year

As a sophomore, Bruce Steel was just trying to hit .300.The Cardinal Newman shortstop hit .257 that season, and Steel has come a long way since, hitting .

Park Vista grad Trea Turner projected No. 9 overall pick in MLB draft

Park Vista grad Trea Turner projected No. 9 overall pick in MLB draft

At Park Vista High, Trea Turner didn’t look like a future first-round draft pick.As a scrawny 5-foot-4 freshman, he was cut by his high school travel team.

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