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Moore Haven finds groove in postseason

(Editor’s note: Moore Haven’s regional final playoff game against Champagnat Catholic was scheduled to be played Nov. 22, after the Tribune’s deadline). FORT LAUDERDALE — After a few splendid seasons, Moore Haven High School football appeared headed toward a mediocre campaign this fall, but thanks to a pair of upsets in

Tribe, NSU basketball working together

HOLLYWOOD — As a small gesture of appreciation, representatives from the Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball staff gave Hollywood Councilman Chris Osceola an NSU pullover and hat on Sept. 26 in his office at Tribal Headquarters. During the visit, the possibility was discussed to name the team’s Nov. 18 home

Soccer makes popular debut at PECS

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

Tribe’s princesses shine at FSU homecoming

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

Team Iroquois excels in World Indoor Lacrosse Championships

From left, assistant captain Cody Jamieson (Mohawk Nation), captain Jeremy Thompson (Onondaga Nation), and assistant captain Randy Staats (Mohawk Nation) lead Team Iroquois as captains for the 2019 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships that ran from Sept. 19-28 in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. As of press time, Team Iroquios had reached