Nova and St. Thomas Aquinas have played some classic games over the past two decades during their long baseball feud. In the wake of Hurricane Irma this week, Aquinas players assisted Nova in cleaning up its damaged home field after the storm.
Champagnat couldn’t overcome nationally-ranked Trinity High and its high-powered offense on the road in Kentucky. The Lions were the only local team to play football due to Hurricane Irma. Miami-Dade and Broward schools hope to resume this week.
The Lions, a state runner-up in Class 2A a year ago, left to Kentucky on Thursday to play its scheduled road game against Trinity High this weekend – a foe that is ranked No. 19 nationally by USA Today.
Due to storm surge caused by Hurricane Irma, multiple boats were swept onto the Coconut Grove school’s campus. As of Tuesday afternoon, three of them still rested on the school’s devastated football field located adjacent to Biscayne Bay.
The Rockets are still trying to find a flight home from Las Vegas where they beat three-time defending national champion Bishop Gorman last Friday. Thanks to their opponents, however, their extended stay in Nevada due to Hurricane Irma has been a comfortable one.
With their families and community bracing for Hurricane Irma back home, the Central football team scored a major victory over three-time defending national champion Bishop Gorman late Friday night in Las Vegas.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools announced it has postponed all its athletic events scheduled for the rest of this week as the county braces for Hurricane Irma. The Broward County Athletic Association followed suit on Wednesday morning.
The Greater Miami Athletic Conference and Broward County Athletic Association are each keeping an eye on Hurricane Irma and are reviewing options regarding their athletic schedules should the storm affect the area this weekend.
Chatarius "Tutu" Atwell recently committed to Louisville where he’ll likely play wide receiver. But as a four-year starting quarterback at Northwestern, Atwell continues to lead the Bulls to quality wins as he did again Friday over Columbus.
Trey Flowers, a 5-9, 205-pound, two-star recruit with offers from FAU, Bowling Green, UAB, Colorado State and Akron, ran for 224 yards and two touchdowns to lead Palmetto to an impressive road win at Naples late Friday night.
Holly Neher’s debut as quarterback for Hollywood Hills wont soon be forgotten. The 5-foot junior, in just her third snap from center of her high school football career, launched a 42-yard scoring strike to Alexander Shelton late in the fourth quarter
Miami Central’s James Cook, the younger brother of former Florida State star Dalvin Cook, scored on a 21-yard touchdown run with 10:52 to play and it ultimately was the difference in a 19-17 Rockets win over Booker T. Washington at Traz Powell Stadium.
Former Marlins pitcher Alex Fernandez, who directed the McCarthy baseball team for the past decade along with veteran coach Rich Bielski, are no longer with a program they led to seven state titles in eight seasons — a Florida record.
U-School junior Kenny McIntosh, a four-star recruit, ran for 211 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries in a 13-7 at Glades Central last week. McCarthy junior Jacob Baptiste, last year’s leading rusher in Broward, ran for 201 yards and three touchdowns on 25 attempts in a 26-22 win over Fort Lauderdale. They face each other Friday night.
Holly Neher, a junior, is one of three quarterbacks on the Spartans’ roster who is competing to be the team’s starter — a battle still undetermined as the team heads into the final week of preparation to begin their season.
Hollywood Hills quarterback on the verge of starting for her team
Jacksonville Jaguars and former UM wide receiver Allen Hurns makes a donation to Carol City
Southridge's Symone Mason wins three individual State track titles
Miramar's Jamal Walton wins state finals in Boys 4A 200 Meter Dash