Category: SPORTS

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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Super Bowl Monday should be a holiday

Super Bowl Monday should be a holiday

With all eyes on the field, the biggest spectacle in all of sports is on, and everyone is glued to the screen. In January 2017, Kraft Heinz promoted its policy of relieving employees of their duties for the day after the Super Bowl — a trend some companies have begun to follow across the United States. While the Super Bowl […]

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Eagles’ hockey defeats Boca Raton 5-4

On Jan. 28, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s ice hockey team beat Boca Raton Community High School by a score of 5-4 at the Panthers Ice Den in Coral Springs. In a rebound effort, the Eagles came back from a six-day break and beat the Bobcats 5-4. Goals from Brady Walsh(10) and Ross Zoutte(97) earned the team an early […]

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[Brief] MSD varsity hockey team ties Boca Raton Community High School

On Monday, Jan. 22 the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s men’s ice hockey team tied with Boca Raton Community High School with a score of 4-4 at the Panthers Ice Den in Coral Springs. The Eagles’ scoring started late with senior captain Matthew Hauptman scoring the first goal, bringing the score to 1-1. Down 2-1, senior Joey Zenobi scored another […]

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[Brief] Women’s JV basketball loses last game of the season

On Monday, Jan. 22 the Lady Eagles JV basketball team played in their last game of the season. The team lost to Deerfield High School with a score of 50-13. Leading the team, Sephora Bazile (55) scored six points. Right behind her, Chelsea Watts (24) scored five points. Rounding up their points, M’Kalia Brown (33) scored two. “It’s been a […]

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[Brief] Women’s JV basketball loses game against St. Thomas

On Friday, Jan. 19 the Lady Eagles JV basketball team lost to St. Thomas High School with a score of 47-7. To start off the game, both Chelsea Watts (24) and Mackenzie Alt (30) scored two points. During the third quarter, Zareyah Simpson (14) scored four points, and Madison Goodman (32) scored two points. Ending the game, Goodman scored another […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball team loses to St. Thomas

At their home game that took place on Friday, Jan. 19, the Lady Eagles were defeated by the St. Thomas Aquinas by a score of 69-22. This was the first time this season the Eagles played against this team. Though they lost by nearly 50 points, the team tried to stay positive and work together throughout the entire game. Contributions […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity basketball wins in their first away game after winter break

With a score of 50-19, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Eagles defeated the Monarch High School Knights at their away game that took place on Wednesday, Jan. 17. MSD had a strong start in the first two quarters with 17 points in the first quarter and 22 points in the second. All the players contributed points in order for […]

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[Brief] Women’s JV basketball wins game against Monarch

On Wednesday, Jan. 17 the Lady Eagles JV basketball team defeated Monarch High School with a score of 39-7. With a total of 16 points, Sammy Fisher (4) lead the team. Zaraeyah Simpson (14) scored five points, Mackenzie Alt (30) and Madison Goodman (32) scored four points and Chelsea Watts (24) and Sephora Bazile (55) scored three points. In addition, […]

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