Youth Sports

Youth Sports

Nominate local baseball, softball players for Miami Marlins honor

In an effort to recognize deserving South Florida youth baseball and softball players for doing well in school and displaying sportsmanship on the diamond, the two-time champion Miami Marlins have once again partnered with The Miami Herald to co-sponsor the Team Player spotlight on the Sunday Youth Sports pages in the Neighbors section of The Miami Herald in print and online.

Youth Sports

Miami Heat honors Dauphin, Higgins, Mendelson, Sredni, Sternlieb

Cutler Bay’s Corbyn Dauphin (Cutler Ridge Elementary School), Miami’s Jayden Higgins (Gulliver Middle School), Bay Harbor Islands’ Ryan Mendelson (Miami Country Day School), North Miami Beach’s Shira Sredni (Scheck Hillel Community School) and Boynton Beach's Morgan Sternlieb (Omni Middle School) were the March Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player Honorees via the three-time world champion Miami Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald.

Youth Sports

Miami Heat honors Bloom, Evans, Hernandez, Sheppard, Zuluaga

Cutler Bay’s Xachary Bloom (Gulliver Prep), Miami Gardens’ Travers Evans Jr. (Pines Middle School), Miami’s Rachel Hernandez (TERRA Environmental Research Institute), Bal Harbour’s Jordan Sheppard (Miami Country Day School) and North Miami’s Tyler Zuluaga (David Lawrence K-8) were the February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Miami Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald.

Youth Sports

Miami Heat honors Algranatti, Brinkley, Mansfield, McQuirter, Meltz

North Miami Beach’s Orli Algranatti (Scheck Hillel Community School), Lake Worth’s Walter Brinkley Jr. (Heritage Elementary School), Miami’s Jackson Mansfield (Gulliver Prep), Lauderhill’s Julian A. McQuirter (Parkway Middle School), and Miami Shores’ Zoe Meltz (St. Rose of Lima Middle School) were the January Academic/Sportsmanship Team Player honorees via the three-time world champion Miami Heat in partnership with Gatorade and The Miami Herald.

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Miami Hurricanes quarterback Evan Shirreffs on competing for the starting position

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Evan Shirreffs talks about being able to compete for a starting job after practice on Saturday, March 25, 2017.
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Miami Hurricanes quarterback Evan Shirreffs on competing for the starting position 1:22

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Evan Shirreffs on competing for the starting position

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier talks about motivating the team 2:34

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier talks about motivating the team

Miami quarterbacks coach Jon Richt on the competition to replace Brad Kaaya 1:40

Miami quarterbacks coach Jon Richt on the competition to replace Brad Kaaya

Former UM quarterback Brad Kaaya to David Njoku (twice!) 0:27

Former UM quarterback Brad Kaaya to David Njoku (twice!)