The Lady Red Raiders seemed lethargic while Tampa Robinson showed the “want-to” of a team chasing its third straight flag football title as Edison fell 16-0 in the Class 1A state championship game at Boca Raton High School.
Edison’s road to Boca Raton – the host school of this year’s flag football state championships – included a dominant run through the GMAC tournament, which the Lady Red Raiders punctuated with a 19-0 win over Miami Jackson Thursday afternoon at Traz Powell Stadium.
Thanks to some strong individual performances, Christopher Columbus’ boys and Coral Reef’s girls took home Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC) championships Saturday afternoon at Traz Powell Stadium.
While Miami Northwestern’s girls and St. Thomas Aquinas’ boys teams each earned team championships at the annual Sam Burley Invitational, it was the individual performance of Plantation American Heritage’s Anthony Schwartz that had the crowd buzzing at Tropical Park Saturday night.
Piper’s boys and Dillard’s girls took home team titles this past weekend at the annual Walter Dix Relays at Coral Springs High.
In an event that hosts teams from both Miami-Dade and Broward County, it was St. Thomas Aquinas that stood out among the rest with its boys and girls taking home team titles at the 34th Annual Louie Bing Track Classic Saturday at Traz Powell Stadium.
The 34 Ways Foundation hosted a Holiday Incentive Program at Crestview Elementary, honoring students that excelled in the classroom.
Hurricane Irma’s impact began the week of September 6th, when South Florida schools shut down all operations – academic and extracurricular – in anticipation of the storm. What would’ve been week three of the high school football was washed out.
The Sunshine State Athletic Conference and the Florida Region of USA Volleyball announced Wednesday that it has partnered to initiate beach volleyball as an official high school sport in the state.