Tag: Marjory Stoneman Douglas

[Brief] Varsity football team loses to Cardinal Gibbons High School

On Sept. 21, the men’s varsity football team lost to Cardinal Gibbons High School. The final score of the game was 48-8, with the Eagles’ only touchdown coming from wide receiver Preston Sasser (12). The team suffered another tough loss in front of the home crowd. “I played my heart out all night but our team struggled to gain yards […]

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Men's team poses for a photo after the meet.  (Robyn Mickow)

Men’s cross country team competes in Bofshever Northwest Community Cross Country Classic

The meet began at 4 p.m. and had tough conditions; including the scalding heat, humidity, and high grass. Yet, in the midst of these hardships, the team managed to win their division with a huge lead. Defeating Coral Glades High School, the score was 60-31. In addition, five of the top 10 places were held by the team. Captains and […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team loses to Western High School

On Sept. 17, the women’s varsity volleyball team lost to Western High School. The eagles won the first set 25-18. The five sets played had an almost even amount of victories for both teams. However, the eagles failed to win the last set, losing 7-15. “We did our best to keep our score up. We communicated a lot better this […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity cross country team places first in meet

On Sept. 17, the women’s cross country team competed in a meet held at Tradewinds Park, in Coconut Creek. The meet started at 4 p.m. The team competed against Coral Springs High School, Coconut Creek High School, Coral Glades High School, Coral Springs Charter, Coral Springs Christian Academy, Monarch High School and J.P. Taravella High School. Both the women’s and […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity volleyball team defeats Taravella High School

On Sept. 13, the women’s varsity volleyball team took on Taravella High School in a close match. The Eagles did not play at the nest, but that did not prove to be an issue, winning the game in their last set 25-18. The team traveled to Tampa the next day to play in a mini tournament. “I figured we had […]

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[Brief] Varsity football team loses to Piper High School

On Sept. 15, the men’s varsity football team lost to Piper High School. The final score of the game was 6-36, with the Eagles’ only touchdown coming from running back Alex Rodriguez (20). The team struggled on both sides of the ball, acknowledging that they didn’t play to their fullest. “We didn’t play our best tonight and that is the […]

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Remembering 9/11 at MSD

Remembering 9/11 at MSD

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Marine Biology teacher Caitlin Hanley helps a student.

MSD welcomes new Marine Biology teacher Caitlin Hanley

Many new teachers were welcomed with open arms for the 2018-2019 school year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. One of these new teachers included former MSD substitute, Caitlin Hanley. Now teaching Marine Biology, Hanley enjoyed her experience as a substitute and found the students to be exceptional. Before becoming a teacher, Hanley graduated from Pompano Beach High School and […]

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[Brief] Women’s varsity swim and dive team competes in meet

On Sept. 12, the women’s varsity swim and dive team played against Pembroke Pines Charter School and Stranahan High School. The meet took place at Pembroke Pines Charter and started at 4:30 p.m. The team did not end up winning, but are hopeful for future games. “I’m super proud of our team. We did so much better than last meet. […]

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9th and 10th grade Lauren Rower joins MSD staff. Photo by Nyan Clarke

Lauren Rower joins MSD staff as an English teacher

Lauren Rower is a new freshman and sophomore English teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She attended Palm Beach Community College for her Associates degree in arts and went to Florida Atlantic University to receive her Bachelor’s degree in English education. She decided to become a teacher while in college; she originally just wanted an English degree. “My love […]

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