Photos by ADAM FISHER

  • This is the start line of the 2014 Naples Daily News Half Marathon on Sunday at Cambier Park. The temperature was 40 degrees.
  • Runners gather to find out where they finished in the 2014 Naples Daily News Half Marathon on Sunday at Cambier Park.
  • ESPN commentator Dick Vitale and his grandsons Jake and Connor pose for a photo with Chicago-Whitney Young center Jahlil Okafor after the third-place game at the Culligan City of Palms Classic on Monday.
  • Culmer St. Jean addresses Lely players on Friday.
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-Three hats sit on stage in preparation for Mackensie Alexander's signing day announcement.
  • New Palmetto Ridge coach Ryan Mitchell had his players write down anything that is holding them back from success this year. The Bears then burned those papers late Sunday night before starting the first practice of the 2012 season at midnight on Monday, Aug. 6. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players throw pieces of paper with their negative thoughts written on them into a fire pit just before midnight late Sunday evening. First-year coach Ryan Mitchell had his players do this to cleanse away anything holding them back from success this season. The Bears started practice at midnight as Sunday turned into Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows football teams to practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players throw pieces of paper with their negative thoughts written on them into a fire pit just before midnight late Sunday evening. First-year coach Ryan Mitchell had his players do this to cleanse away anything holding them back from success this season. The Bears started practice at midnight as Sunday turned into Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows football teams to practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players throw pieces of paper with their negative thoughts written on them into a fire pit just before midnight late Sunday evening. First-year coach Ryan Mitchell had his players do this to cleanse away anything holding them back from success this season. The Bears started practice at midnight as Sunday turned into Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows football teams to practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players throw pieces of paper with their negative thoughts written on them into a fire pit just before midnight late Sunday evening. First-year coach Ryan Mitchell had his players do this to cleanse away anything holding them back from success this season. The Bears started practice at midnight as Sunday turned into Monday, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows football teams to practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players stretch during warmups of the first practice of the season early Monday, Aug. 6. The Bears took the field at midnight on the first day the FHSAA allows fall teams to practice for the 2012 season. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players stretch during warmups of the first practice of the season early Monday, Aug. 6. The Bears took the field at midnight on the first day the FHSAA allows fall teams to practice for the 2012 season. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players stretch during warmups of the first practice of the season early Monday, Aug. 6. The Bears took the field at midnight on the first day the FHSAA allows fall teams to practice for the 2012 season. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge defensive line and special teams coach Matthew Farlow addresses the Bears football team as it waits for the clock to strike midnight, signaling the start of fall practice on Monday morning, Aug. 6, 2012. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players eagerly await to take the field late Sunday night. The Bears held their first practice of the 2012 season at midnight early Monday, Aug. 6, the first day the FHSAA allows teams to start. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, Aug. 6, 2012, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice. Adam Fisher/Staff
  • Palmetto Ridge players throw pieces of paper with their negative thoughts written on them into a fire pit just before midnight late Sunday evening. First-year coach Ryan Mitchell had his players do this to cleanse away anything holding them back from success this season. The Bears started practice at midnight as Sunday turned into Monday, the first day the FHSAA allows football teams to practice.
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible - at midnight Monday morning, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice.
  • As soon as the clock struck midnight Monday, the first day FHSAA schools are allowed to practice, the Golden Gate football team hit the field and began its 2012 season.
  • The Palmetto Ridge football team started its 2012 season at the earliest moment possible -- at midnight Monday morning, the first day the FHSAA allows fall sports teams to begin practice.
  • Tim Morehouse, a member of the U.S. Olympic fencing team, poses outside of the Naples Fencing Center. Morehouse, who is on the center's board of directors, was in town to promote his book American Fencer.
  • Tim Morehouse, a member of the U.S. Olympic fencing team, poses outside of the Naples Fencing Center. Morehouse, who is on the center's board of directors, was in town to promote his book American Fencer.
  • Mark McNulty, left, discusses his options with a rules official after hitting his second shot on No. 9 into the bushes behind the green Friday during the first round of the ACE Group Classic at TwinEagles.
  • Mark McNulty, left, discusses his options with a rules official after hitting his second shot on No. 9 into the bushes behind the green Friday during the first round of the ACE Group Classic at TwinEagles.
  • Golden Gate High School graduate J.D. Woods, a receiver for West Virginia, celebrates after the Mountaineers defeated Clemson, 70-33, in the Orange Bowl on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012.
  • Golden Gate High School graduate J.D. Woods (81) celebrates after West Virginia's 70-33 victory over Clemson in the Orange Bowl on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012.
  • Former Lely High School basketball star Travis Waters has written a book 'The Westcoast Kid' about his dealings with drug abuse and what followed.
  • Former Lely High School basketball star Travis Waters has written a book 'The Westcoast Kid' about his dealings with drug abuse and what followed.
  • Colts running back Joseph Addai laughs during his interview Tuesday at Super Bowl Media Day. Adam Fisher/Naples Daily News
  • Indianapolis Colts receiver Hank Baskett answers questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day. Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Remi Ayodele, a New Orleans Saints defensive tackle, fields questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day. Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Saints safety Usama Young talks with a radio reporters Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams talks with reporters Tuesday from the stands in Sun Life Stadium during Super Bowl Media Day. Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Former University of Miami receiver Reggie Wayne, now with the Colts, answers questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Four-time Super Bowl champion kicker Adam Vinatieri talks with reporters Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Michael Toudouze, a Colts offensive lineman, makes his entrance into Sun Life Stadium on Tuesday for Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • A host for Telemundo, a Hispanic television network, talks with the Colts' Taj Smith, right, wearing a cowboy hat Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Saints defensive lineman Paul Spicer does a radio interview Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Colts backup quarterback Jim Sorgi enters the club level at Sun Life Stadium on Tuesday, ready to answer questions during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Indianapolis defensive back Jamie Silvia fields questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Entertainment Tonight's Kevin Frazier, left, and former American Idol contestant Kimberly Caldwell, right, entice Colts tight end Justin Snow to sing and dance during a mock Idol set at Tuesday's Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey, who played for the University of Miami, takes questsions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey, who played for the University of Miami, takes questsions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • New Orleans defensive back leans in to answer a questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff
  • Colts linebacker answers questions Tuesday during Super Bowl Media Day.  Adam Fisher/Daily News Staff

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