Category: SPORTS

Junior Abbey Hsu dribbles down the court during a ladies varsity basketball game. Photo by Justin Lieba

Junior Abbey Hsu wins the Broward Fab Five award for basketball

Dribbling her way down to the net, junior Abbey Hsu is known to stand out on the court. Hsu plays point guard and shooting guard for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity basketball team. “I started playing basketball when I was nine,” Hsu said. “It acts as a stress reliever, and I have continued to play ever since I […]

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Coach Stewart talks about his experience as the new track and field coach. Photo by Samantha Goldblum

Coach Gabriel Stewart becomes the new track and field coach

New track and field coach Gabriel Stewart lives by the phrase, “intentionally using sports to significantly impact and transform lives.” In the face of track season cancellation and pressure from players on the basketball and football teams, new track and field coach Gabriel Stewart decided to take on the head coaching job for the team. Last year the track coaches […]

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Gambling in sports becomes increasingly popular

Gambling in sports becomes increasingly popular

As the Philadelphia Eagles hoisted their first Lombardi trophy in franchise history after Super Bowl LII, sportsbooks also celebrated their biggest day of the year. A sportsbook is an establishment that takes bets on sporting events and pays out winnings, but within the U.S., they can only be found legally in Nevada, Oregon, Montana and Delaware. Even though sportsbooks are […]

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MSD men's lacrosse team releases angel-shaped balloons into the sky before their game. Courtesy of Ryan Burton

Men’s lacrosse team lets 17 balloons go before game

On Friday, March 9, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s men’s lacrosse team let go of 17 balloons in memory of the 17 lives lost before the game held on the football fields of MSD. “We just want to make an impact on the community and show that we are with the school,” Midfield Zack Rassman (2) said. “As a […]

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Assistant captain Tyler Avron hoists the Stanley Cup after the Eagles win their first state championship.

MSD hockey wins States for first time in school history; leaves 17 medals at memorial

In the midst of despair and tragedy, people often seek solace taking their minds to odd places. For the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity ice hockey team, the ice is a place of privacy and a distraction from the real world and the tragedy that lies within it. The players were given an option to stay home and grieve […]

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MSD women’s lacrosse team plays Pine Crest School

On March 6, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s lacrosse team competed in the second game of the season. The game was held at Pine Crest School at 5 p.m. The weather was cool and was accompanied by a chilly breeze. The team mentioned how the weather was the perfect lacrosse game weather. There was also a sunset during […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse team defeats West Boca High School after tragedy

On March 1 at 6 p.m., the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s lacrosse team competed against West Boca High School in an away game. MSD took the lead with a score of 18-3 in their first game of the season. This was not only the first game of the season, but also the first game since the tragic event […]

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Annual Winter Equestrian Festival features horseback riding competitions

Annual Winter Equestrian Festival features horseback riding competitions

On every Saturday from January to April, the annual Winter Equestrian Festival takes place at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, offering free entrance, activities and entertainment to the public. Participants must pay a $20 parking fee or a $30 valet fee. The events start at 6 p.m. and last until around 9 p.m. or 10 p.m. Expert riders from […]

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MSD ice hockey loses to Miami Dade

On Feb. 8, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s ice hockey team lost to the Miami Dade Alliance with a score of 5-1 at the Panthers Ice Den in Coral Springs. It was a heavily anticipated district championship game for the team, as they wanted their first district championship ever. Miami Dade opened the scoring and soon after junior forward […]

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MSD ice hockey defeats North Broward Preparatory School

On Feb. 5, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s ice hockey team beat the North Broward Preparatory Eagles with a score of 4-3 in a shootout at the Panthers Ice Den in Coral Springs. It was a heavily anticipated playoff game, and the MSD Eagles wanted revenge. Seeking the first win against North Broward in seven years, MSD came out […]

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