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Cross Country

By John Clement, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Cross country coach Ms. Anderson reports that the season was cut short due to Hurricane Irma, and as a result several meets were cancelled. However, she hopes to end the season on a good note with GMACs, which are on October 20th, and districts, at the end of October. A team meeting will take place befo...

Girls Volleyball

By Emely Herrera, Layout Editor

September 6, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Girls volleyball coach Mr. Nick Baumgarten reports that the girls opened their season the first week of school. As of September 6th, their record is 1-3. On August 30th, they beat Central. However, they lost against Braddock on August 24th. On August 28th, they lost against Krop, and on September 5t...

Football

By Claudaisha Sherman, Layout Editor

September 6, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

On October 28, Miami High played against Columbus, and unfortunately, they took their first lost of the season. The final score was 20-21. The stings' current record is 3-1. Their next game will be at Tropical Park against long time rival Coral Gables. The Stingarees played Edison on Friday September...

Varsity Cheerleaders

By Ariel Trueba, Staff Writer

September 5, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Loudly chanting at the freshmen orientation and at the different class meetings in the theatre has been a great start for the Varsity Cheerleaders. Social studies teacher and Class of ’05 alumna Ms. Yanelle Perez is the new coach, and this year’s captain is senior Maria Narvaez. They are very excited...

Swimming

By Gina Martinez, Layout Editor

September 1, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Swimming coach Mr. Tornillo reports that their first swim meet was held on August 30 against Coral Gables at Hialeah pool. Their first home meet will be on September 5th against South Miami at Hadley pool.

Cross Country

By John Clement, Staff Writer

August 30, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Cross country coach Ms. Anderson reports that the team’s first meet will be on Friday, September 1st, and subsequent meets will be held every week. Any interested students who are looking to join can contact Ms. Anderson in room 3329.

Water Polo

By Claudaisha Sherman, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Water polo coach Mr. Tornillo reports that senior Olvin Villatoro, who was the captain of this year’s boys water polo team, was recognized as a Miami Herald All- Dade Scholar athlete. He was also awarded a $2000 scholarship from the Dade Schools Athletic Foundation’s for being their Male Scholar...

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

From Stingtown to Wrigley Field

By Juan Rivera, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2017


Filed under Features, Personality Profiles, Showcase, Sports, Sports Stories

  Many high school athletes dream of getting drafted, or playing “college ball” in whatever their sport may be. However, not many actually get the chance, much less ever get to be part of a World Series-winning organization like the Chicago Cubs, who recently ended a 103-year’s title drought...

Boys Cross Country

By John Clement, Copy Editor

May 18, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Boys cross country coach Mrs. Anderson reports that an informational meeting about the team was held on Wednesday, May 17th, to prepare new and returning team members for next year. For those who are interested but could not attend the meeting, consult Mrs. Anderson in room 3329 to pick up a physical...

Eat, Sleep, Play Sports

Eat, Sleep, Play Sports

By Candace Garcia

April 21, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Stories

“Touchdowwnnnn!” “Goaaaallll” “A homerun!”   Miami High sports fans love all kinds of sports played here at the school. Junior Erik Rivas’s favorite is basketball because “it’s very exciting to watch.” For freshman Ashley Bonilla, football is the sport because peopl...

JV Basketball

By Helen Acevedo, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

JV Basketball coach Mr. Wilson reports that this year’s JV basketball team featured many first-time high school players in 9th and 10th grade. It was a struggle for the team at the beginning but they managed to win half of their games. The 2016-2017 JV basketball team’s top performers were Juan ...

Basketball

By Katherine Zuniga, Staff writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under Sports, Sports Briefs

Basketball coach Mr. J. Wilson reports that the boys basketball team ended their season with a final record of 13 wins and 6 losses. The most outstanding players were seniors Anthony Mera (MVP), Kevin Reyes, Travon Shannon, Jonathan Davila and juniors Gabriel Francisco and Gamalier Garcia.

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