Category: Sports

[Brief] Men’s tennis team dominates Cardinal Gibbons and Fort Lauderdale

A men’s tennis match against Cardinal Gibbons High School was held at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 23. MSD won 7-0 easily, noting that Gibbons was not their strongest opponent. “Everyone played well. This week was easy because we weren’t going against our strongest competitors. Compared to them, we are a strong team,” coach Robert Bryant said. There was also […]

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[Brief] Women’s tennis wins singles, but loses doubles against Coral Glades

The women’s tennis team went against Coral Glades at the Coral Springs Tennis Center on Tuesday, March 7. The team won all three singles matches with two scores 8-1 and 8-4. However, they lost the doubles match with a score of 4-8. “It was a frustrating game,” Coach Pena said. “The other team only had three players, and there was very little […]

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[Brief] Women’s tennis team starts off undefeated

On Feb. 23, the Women’s tennis team went against Cardinal Gibbons and won 4-3. Every player fought their way through and made it out on top. Sophomore Alejandro Martinez was noted for giving it her all at the end of the match. They had another game the next day, winning 7-0 in a match against Fort Lauderdale. Coach Amelia Pena […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse team beats Calvary Christian

On March 6, the women’s lacrosse team went against Calvary Christian Academy in a home game at 7:00 p.m. The Lady Eagles crushed them with the final score of 20-8. This game being their fourth win with a huge lead of 10 or more points, with more high scoring wins like this expected to come. As of March 10, their record stands […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse team falls to Saint Andrews

On March 3, the women’s lacrosse team faced off against Saint Andrews in an away game at 7:00 p.m. The Lady Eagles, after having a hard fought game, lost by only 3 points with a score of 13-16. Throughout the game, the score never showing a clear winner until the very end.  “Despite the loss, I think we are getting better […]

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[Brief] Women’s tennis team plays last home match

On Tuesday, March 14, in the last home tennis match at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Monarch High School and MSD went head to head in doubles and singles matches. MSD dominated Monarch with scores of 8-0 and 8-1 in both doubles matches. Freshman Rachel Taylor and Alley Schuler did especially well in this match. “I’m proud of how far they […]

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American Airlines Arena heats up

American Airlines Arena heats up

As I headed to the American Airlines Arena for a Miami Heat game, skyscrapers filled the sky and people danced on the side of the Intercontinental Hotel. Everything seemed to fit perfectly around this dome. Parking was no issue at American Airlines Arena; cheap parking lots can be found surrounding the arena as long as you are willing to walk. […]

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[Brief] Men’s water polo washes out Plantation High

On March 8, the men’s water polo team played district rival Plantation High in an away game at 6:30 p.m. They won in a runaway victory, with a final 20-2 score. “It was a fairly easy game,” Captian Joey Wong said, “We worked mainly on strategy and passing, rather then trying to score the most goals.” Daniel Rivera (15), Areeb […]

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[Brief] Women’s lacrosse loses to Martin County

On March 9, the women’s lacrosse team faced off against Martin County High School in a home game at 7:00 p.m. The team lost to Martin Country in a high scoring game, which ended with a 10-19. In the beginning, the team came out strong took an early few point lead,  but eventually by halftime Martin County was able to catch up to them. […]

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Charlene Forti (9) scores the first goal of the game.

[Brief] Men’s and Women’s Water Polo both defeat Coral Glades

On March 7, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas men’s and women’s water polo teams faced off against District rival Coral Galdes High School in a match at Ft. Lauderdale High School. The women’s game started at 4:30 p.m. and the men’s followed up with a game an hour later at 5:30 p.m. For the first time this season, both the men’s and women’s teams went […]

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