David Lerner

MSD JV baseball season is on horizon

MSD JV baseball season is on horizon

On Feb. 20, Marjory Stoneman Douglas JV boys Baseball team will have their season opener away from home against Westminster Christian School. The previous year was canceled due to COVID-19. Many protocols have been taken this year though, to ensure the safety of everyone playing […]

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JV basketball faces defeat against Monarch High School in season opening games

JV basketball faces defeat against Monarch High School in season opening games

On Saturday, Jan. 16, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s junior varsity basketball team played their first two regular season games against Monarch High School.  Both games were close; however,  Monarch came out on top with final scores of 54-62 in game 1 and […]

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Junior Gabby Fisher finishes up a race at Mills Pond Park on Saturday, Nov. 18. Photo by Michelle Kefford

Women’s cross-country runner Gabby Fisher sets personal record

Gabrielle Fisher is a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. At school, she manages a busy schedule as she is a runner for the women’s cross-country team, a Graphics Editor and designer for the Aerie Yearbook and a part of the Three Heart Strings […]

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MSD women’s cross-country finishes first and ninth place in first two meets

On Wednesday, Oct. 28, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School women’s cross-country team started off their season with a win against Monarch High School, Deerfield Beach High School and Boyd Anderson High School. The team, consisting of Michele Hern, Riley Anders, Maansi Amin, Lucia Giraldo, […]

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[Multimedia] MSD Students participate in Fantasy Football Leagues

[Multimedia] MSD Students participate in Fantasy Football Leagues

To make the football season more enjoyable, fans across the country participate in a game called ‘Fantasy Football’ where they create their own rosters composed of professional NFL players. Fans can use their personally picked athletes to compete with other participants. These participants can either […]

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Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos celebrates their Stanley Cup win while on the stage during a championship celebration at Raymond James Stadium on Sept. 30.  (Dirk Shadd/Times/TNS)

Fans have mixed reactions over NHL season

On Monday, Sept. 28, the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Dallas Stars with a score of 2-0 in Game 6. This earned the team’s second Stanley Cup in their 28-year history, winning the series 4-2.  Tampa Bay’s Andrei Vasielevskiy (88), Victor Hedman (77), Brayden Point […]

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Laps. Junior Madison Hockman backstrokes some laps in the pool. “During quarantine when the pools were closed I tried to run every day and do a few workouts as well. Once the pool was open, I went to practice as often as I could,” Hockman said. Photo by Mariajose Vera

Student athletes stay in shape for their upcoming seasons

Playing with their school sports teams has been prohibited to student-athletes attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School since March, due to COVID-19 regulations. However, as the fall season is approaching, the Broward County Athletic Department is considering the safety of students and making decisions regarding […]

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