Category: SPORTS

Look of Defeat. MSD players relish their last home game of the regular season while processing their first loss of the year.

MSD varsity football team falls short of an undefeated regular season

Following 8 straight wins, the MSD Eagles faced the Plantation High Colonels in a high stakes match up, to end the 2019 regular football season. The undefeated Eagles were the underdog against one-loss Plantation and with the exception of a first quarter touchdown, MSD was […]

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Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush speaks to MSD students

Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush speaks to MSD students

On Oct.17, Pittsburgh Steelers’ Linebacker Devin Bush came back to his alma mater, Flanagan High School, to have his jersey retired.  Bush wanted to make the most of his week off, so he visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to speak to students about his […]

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October’s Athlete of the Month: Golf Player Lindsey Salomone. Photo Courtesy of Ryen Kowalczyk and Nicole Suarez.

October’s Athlete of the Month: women’s varsity golf player Lindsey Salomone

Lindsey Salomone, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and MSD women’s golf player, has been selected as October’s athlete of the month. Salomone is a well-rounded student with a passion for both education, as well as sports including: golf, tennis and soccer. Salomone […]

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Student athletes follow college recruitment process in hopes of playing collegiate sports

Student athletes follow college recruitment process in hopes of playing collegiate sports

Student athletes are constantly examined by college coaches in preparation for their college athletic careers. Yet according to the National Federation of State High School Associations, only 6% of the 7,937,491 high school athletes in the United States will transition from high school sports to […]

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Portrait by Darian Williams

Ryan Belk commits to Yale University to play football for the fall 2020 season

Senior Ryan Belk officially announced his commitment to Yale University in the beginning of August for the fall football season in 2020. His journey in football began long before high school though, as he played flag football in Coral Springs when he was 9-years-old. Marjory […]

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Pumping Iron. Junior Brian Joseph practices a seated leg extension in his weight training class. Joseph chose to take weight training as his physical education credit, which is required to graduate, in lieu of a traditional P.E. class. “I take [weight training] to stay in shape,” Joseph said. Photo by Ariana Perez

Participation in traditional P.E. decreasing at MSD

If any Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students were to open their Virtual Counselor page and look at their course requirements, they would see a row labeled Physical Education. But what does this “education” look like in practice? It seems as if much of the […]

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Photo by Taylor Yon

MSD varsity football team earns first district championship in over a decade

Thursday, Oct. 25, was a momentous day for the MSD varsity football team as they clinched the division championship that they had been striving for all year long. Win number eight was one that not only was an individual success but encapsulated the entire body […]

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Douglas dominates again at Nova High

Another week, another shutout for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity football team. This past Thursday, Oct. 17, the MSD Eagles went on the road to Nova High School in Davie, Fl. and came back victorious. Mounting a 32-0 win was another big step […]

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Horse rider Samantha Goldblum leaps over obstacle on her horse.

Horseback riding should be recognized as a sport

When people think of sports, they tend to think of typical sports such as softball, flag football or basketball. Being told by so many people that the sport they have dedicated their life is not a sport can be extremely aggravating. “All you do is […]

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MSD JV football team shutout by Deerfield Beach High School

On October 10, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas JV football team played their fifth game of the season against Deerfield Beach High School. The Eagles lost the game with a score of 50-0. The Eagles had only two first downs and ended every drive in a […]

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