Category: SPORTS

[Brief] Women’s swim and dive team places first in meet

On Oct. 3, the women’s swim and dive team participated in a meet against Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades High Schools and Coral Springs Charter School. The meet started at 4:30 p.m. and was played at Deerfield High School. The team beat both schools again, making this their third win in a row. “I’m beyond proud of our team,” sophomore […]

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[Brief] Men’s swim and dive team lands in second place after meet

On Oct. 3, the men’s swim and dive team had a meet at Deerfield Beach High School, where they played against Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades High Schools and Coral Springs Charter School. The team managed to beat Deerfield Beach and Coral Glades, but lost against Coral Springs Charter, landing them in second place. “We only have one more meet […]

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[Brief] Men’s cross country team places in top three at fifth meet

On Oct. 3rd, the men’s cross country team competed in the BCAA #5 Meet at Heritage Park. The meet was hosted by South Plantation High School at 4 p.m. The meet was very eventful, as four runners made the top 10, and seven runners beat their personal record. Junior Leo Scopino placed first with a time of 18:14, and junior […]

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Women’s varsity volleyball team plays senior night game

Women’s varsity volleyball team plays senior night game

On Oct. 2, the women’s varsity volleyball team took place on their home court against Deerfield Beach High School. Not only was this the last home game for the season, but it was also senior night. The five seniors on the team were presented with flowers and a round of applause as they walked down the red carpet, greeted at […]

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[Brief] Men’s swim and dive team falls to St. Thomas Aquinas High School

On Sept. 29, the men’s swim and dive team had a meet at Plantation Central Park, where they played against St. Thomas Aquinas High School. The team ended up losing the match, but they’re determined to learn from their mistakes and look towards the future. “Even though we lost this match, Coach Julien has been such a great mentor to […]

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[Brief] Varsity football team wins against Northeast High School

On Sept. 28, the men’s varsity football team beat Northeast High School. The final score of the game was 35-0. Quarterback Ryan Kavanaugh (16) scored three passing touchdowns. Running backs Alex Rodriguez (20) and Vashane Vale (10) also scored one touchdown each. “This is the best game we have played all around as a team all season and hopefully we […]

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[Brief] Men’s cross country team competes in fourth seasonal meet

On Sept. 26, the men’s cross country team competed in the BCAA Week #4 Meet hosted by Deerfield Beach High School. The meet began at 4 p.m. at Quiet Waters Park. The team placed first in their division, and managed to get five runners in the top 10, which is one more runner than the past two meets. Captains Joshua […]

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[Brief] JV football team beats Coral Springs High School

On Sept. 26, the JV football team played at Coral Springs High School with a final score of 27-20. Right when the first quarter started, running back Chris Spence (6) ran in the first touchdown of the night. Right after, our defense recovered a fumble and wide receiver Shamar Gonzalez (10) scored the second touchdown. By halftime, the Eagles were […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team beats Coral Glades High School

On Sept. 25 the women’s varsity volleyball team faced Coral Glades High School. They won Tuesday’s away conference match by a score of 3-0. The first set was won by the Eagles 25-8. “I think we’ve won every game against Glades since my freshman year,” defensive specialist Julie Piedra (6) said. The second set was a victory for the Eagles […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team loses to Pembroke Pines Charter

On Monday, Sept. 24, the women’s varsity volleyball team faced defeat, losing to Pembroke Pines Charter. The game was played at home and the stands were packed. The Eagles played three sets and lost every set. “We were not expecting for the game to be that intense,” setter and defensive specialist Katherine Heffner (5) said. The Eagles have been working […]

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