BIG CYPRESS — If you blinked, you may have missed the home portion of the Ahfachkee School volleyball schedule.
The team played its only home match of the season Sept. 30 against the Moore Haven High School junior varsity squad.
With several middle schoolers on its roster and many players brand
SEBASTIAN — Jovanny Torres wasn’t sure what kind of response he would get from Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students when he asked at the school’s open house about starting a soccer team.
The response was overwhelming.
Twenty kids – including four girls – signed up to be a part
OKEECHOBEE — Five minutes remained in a first half that had already been an impressive senior night game for Silas Madrigal.
The senior safety broke up a couple passes and made a handful of tackles, including two touchdown-saving stops, one coming when he dragged a Westwood ball carrier to the
Durante Blais-Billie, Aubee Billie crown king and queen to wrap up busy week
TALLAHASSEE — During a few whirlwind days in late October, the Seminole Tribe princesses extended their charm, grace and smiles from one end of the state to the other.
They smashed guitars to christen The Guitar Hotel, crowned Florida
HOLLYWOOD — The final scores might not matter as much as the learning experiences this season for a very young Ahfachkee School volleyball team.
A majority of the squad is comprised of middle school students, yet it is a high school varsity team, one that faces high school opponents like
BOCA RATON — Kaleb Thomas wants to make his final high school cross country season one to remember.
So the determined Okeechobee High School senior trained this past summer in a way he had never before. He left a lot of sweat on the Brighton Reservation in preparation
MOORE HAVEN — Losing football games at Moore Haven High School has been rare the past few years, but when this year’s squad started 0-2, nobody was reaching for the panic button.
Rather the Terriers simply kept working hard and it’s paid off. The Terriers rebounded from the slow start
MIAMI GARDENS — Andrew Fish was part of a new era that St. Thomas University and its fans welcomed as the school’s football team made its debut.
With Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert III and former Dolphins great Nat Moore watching from the sideline, the St. Thomas football team played
FORT LAUDERDALE — They chanted “Hey, hey, ho, ho, these fossil fuels have to go.”
They cheered each time a passing vehicle honked in support.
And on a day when most of them would normally be in classrooms in Broward County, they carried signs in front of the
Grand opening of Seminole Hard Rock’s enormous expansion set for Oct. 24
HOLLYWOOD — It’s down to the wire as thousands of details are checked and double checked for what will be a new day in the history of the Seminole Tribe and Hard Rock International.
Many milestones have already been reached