MOORE HAVEN — It didn’t take long for Andrew Fish and Robert Harris to get noticed by the eyes of college football. Having never played organized football, Fish and Harris made their gridiron debuts last year for Moore Haven High School. All the 6-foot-4, 320-pound Fish and the 6-foot-6, 352-pound Harris
MIAMI GARDENS — Hard Rock Stadium and its immediate surroundings are evolving into somewhat of a campus thanks to new multi-million dollar venues on different sections of the property. The hub, of course, is the 65,000-seat stadium that the Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock International attached its name in 2016 in an
HALLANDALE BEACH — Seminoles’ Sam Josh, Christian Shaffer and Antonio Tosca each played key roles for the Davie Sonic Blast U-12 soccer team that recently wrapped up an outstanding summer season. Coached by Kenny Bayon – a Seminole Recreation employee who grew up next door to the Hollywood Reservation – the
HOLLYWOOD — The Seminole Tribe of Florida ushered in new royalty at the 61st annual Miss Florida Seminole Princess Pageant. In front of hundreds of spectators at Tribal headquarters auditorium, Cheyenne Kippenberger, 22, was crowned the 2018 Miss Florida Seminole Princess on July 14 while Allegra Billie, 17, won the Jr.
COOPER CITY — No matter the sport or the tournament, trying to win championships coming out of the losers’ bracket is not easy. That’s what three Seminole teams learned the hard way at the Native American Youth Organization baseball and softball tournament. The Seminole 8U, 15U and 17U softball teams advanced
MIAMI — Jada Holdiness and Deven Osceola know what they want to do for careers. Holdiness has her sights set on hospitality management and perhaps working for Hard Rock; Osceola wants to follow his passion for music into audio engineering and producing. Both are high school seniors, but they are proving