By comparison, Miami Southridge’s football season was nothing short of dominant.
Despite giving up their first points to an opponent since September, Miami Southridge continued their march towards a state title with a 28-10 win over Coral Gables in the FHSAA Region 4-8A Finals.
On the challenging road course of Homestead-Miami Speedway, the 2016 FARA Sunset 500 featured a dominating performance from an exotic racecar’s first taste of American soil.
Coral Shores' girls lacrosse team turned what seemed to be the inevitable into history by defeating Palmer Trinity 16-2 in the District 32 championship game in front of a cheering home crowd.
Facing increasingly difficult conditions on the water, Westminster Christian’s sailing team pulled out a monumental performance to capture gold in the SAISA (South Atlantic Interscholastic Sailing Association) High School Girl’s District Championship.
In the span of 20 minutes, what seemed like an average night of high school athletic competition at South Dade Senior High turned into a cascade of dramatic, bizarre, and at times unbelievable events.
Looking back at the 2015 high school football season is something I like to do, in order to see where each team went right and wrong along the way.
In a race that saw close battles on track and controversial penalties off track, William Hubbell and Eric Curran finally snapped their winless streak in the FARA Miami 500 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Palmer Trinity Athletic Director Ernest Robertson stood on the sidelines of the FIFC title game, championship trophy in hand, congratulating Hillel’s players on a well-played comeback victory.
Several high school softball players were recently named to the All-State teams in several classifications, with a wide variety of local players listed with awards.
Last Monday night, soccer fans from all over South Florida streamed into Fado Irish Pub in Brickell. It wasn’t to watch a Champions League Match or even Copa America. Instead, they were watching the Women’s World Cup match between Colombia and the United States.
While other sports grabs the national spotlight, a race series is going on with just as exciting and thrilling competition. It showcases some of the best drivers in the world, racing at death-defying speeds around tracks all over North America, complete with adoring fans roaring with deligh…
The past few months has seen the Florida High School Athletic Association make several major announcements regarding the alignment of teams in district classifications for almost every sport FHSAA sanctions. Additionally, the time between when district assignments are reassessed was increas…
Just under a decade ago, the Formula and Automobile Racing Association (FARA) was organized in South Florida, taking to the track at Homestead-Miami Speedway in what seemed to fans as an ill-fated attempt to overtake SCCA in the racing scene.
For a few innings, it looked as if Westminster Christian softball was once again headed to another low scoring thriller in the Region 4-3A Finals against Trinity Christian.
A season of comparative struggle for South Dade baseball suddenly became a whole lot brighter on Monday night thanks to a thrilling 7-5 upset victory over Killian in the District 16-8A semifinals.
FHSAA continued its reorganization of high school sports districts this week with the announcement of the final classifications for golf and swimming & diving as well as preliminary bowling classifications.
FHSAA took further steps towards the major realignment of sports teams this week, announcing both the preliminary assignments for soccer and the final classifications for basketball and girls volleyball.
FHSAA continued to release newly reorganized sports classifications this week, announcing girls volleyball, girls basketball, and boys basketball assignments for 2015-2018.
South Dade softball has no pressure on their shoulders. That is, if you don’t count the fact that the school won state sports championships three times last year.