Category: SPORTS

[Brief] Women’s basketball team defeats Northeast

On Dec. 6, the women’s basketball team took on the Northeast High School Hurricanes in the Douglas gym. They beat the Hurricanes 42-73 racking up their eight win in a currently undefeated season. “No one was selfish on the court with the ball, and we all had our chances during the game,” sophomore Abby Hsu said. According to Hsu, this […]

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Stoneman Douglas varsity hockey team ties Southwest Broward

On Dec. 12, the Stoneman Douglas Varsity Ice Hockey team tied Southwest Broward High School, a team they previously shut out in their season opener. The final score came to 4-4. Stoneman Douglas only scored one goal in the first period, made by junior Matt Horowitz. Matthew Hauptman and Hunter Luboff both gained assists through the goal, which was the […]

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[Brief] Women’s golf team falls flat to Archbishop McCarthy

On Sept. 22, the women’s golf team took on the Archbishop McCarthy Mavericks at the Grand Palms golf course in Pembroke Pines. Par was 36 and the teams played 9 holes and the Eagles fell flat to the Mavericks with a final score of 148-155. Although the team fell to the Mavericks by seven points, the team will travel to […]

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[Brief] Lady Eagles volleyball takes on Monarch

On Tuesday, Sept. 20, the women’s junior varsity and varsity volleyball games took place in the gym at Monarch High at 6:00 p.m. The teams were playing against a huge rival, Monarch. The women had been waiting for weeks to play the game, and were excited to see what the outcome of the sets would be. “I’ve been waiting for […]

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Swimming Team Takes Easy Win Over Monarch

Swimming Team Takes Easy Win Over Monarch

This past Wednesday afternoon, Stoneman Doulgas’s Eagles took on the smaller Monarch Knights team in a District meet at the Deerfield Beach Aquatic Center. Both teams wrapped up their warmups by 4:30 p.m., and immediately huddled together near their respective benches in tight-nit circles. Swimmers from both sides began loudly chanting their team cheers to hype themselves up for the […]

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[Brief] JV and varsity volleyball teams defeat JP Taravella

On Thursday, Sept. 15, the women’s junior varsity and varsity volleyball  teams played matches at home at 4:30 p.m. The teams played against local rival, J.P. Taravella High School. According to setter Danielle Gilbert, the varsity team was excited to play Taravella because they felt the had a good chance at defeating them. Gilbert encouraged the other players, telling them, “I’m ready, I know […]

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[Brief] JV Football defeats Coral Glades

The Stoneman Douglas junior varsity football team dominated Coral Glades High School on Sept. 21. The final score was 37-7, Douglas scored five touchdowns and converted on 2 extra points pushing their record to 2-1 on the season. After the first touchdown scored by Alex Rodriguez on a 2-yard run, Blake Smith ran the ball 25 yards for a touchdown. The third […]

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[Brief] Women’s golf team defeats American Heritage (Plantation)

On Sept. 19, the women’s golf team took on the American Heritage (Plantation campus) Patriots at the Coral Springs Country Club. Par was 32 and the team played eight holes. Being a close game, the Eagle’s defeated the Patriots by only three points with the final score rounding the total score to 148-151. The American Heritage Plantation team has been […]

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Swimming Team Faces Challenges As Season Kicks Off

In the 2015-2016 FHSAA swimming season, Stoneman Douglas succeeded in sending 8 girls and 11 boys to Regional competition, placing 3rd in the Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay and 13th for the Girls, and 5th in the Boys Overall Rankings. Trying to improve on their performances last year, the boys and girls teams both aimed to start the season strong. […]

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[Brief] JV Football team beats Cypress Bay

The Junior Varsity Men’s Football team faced off against Cypress Bay on Sept. 14. The final score was 24-12, giving Douglas the victory, and the JV team their first win of the season after a loss a bye their previous two weeks. “We played really well, we played through all four quarters and never stopped pushing for the win,” sophomore linebacker Robert […]

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