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Falcon player gives back to community

Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall, Miami-Dade School Board Member for District 2, recently organized a meeting with Brownsville Middle School students, administrators and Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman.

FMU track stars shine at the Hurricane Invitational meet

The Florida Memorial University track and field team had a strong showing at the Hurricane Invitational at Cobb Stadium on the campus of University of Miami in Coral Gables March 21. Brittany Starling ran an impressive performance in the 100-meter ...

Heat fighting for their lives

The NBA playoffs are coming soon and with our Miami Heat fighting for their playoff lives, they are desperately trying to get in because as Kevin Garnett would say anything is possible. All of these top tier playoff teams have ...

Miami Gardens baseball clinics get funding

Children in Miami Gardens will now be able to take part in clinics and workshops to learn the game of baseball thanks to a $20,000 contribution from the Miami Marlins and the Jr. RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) program. ...

Barry shines in baseball, tennis

Barry University’s baseball team defeated Merrimack College 11-4 on March 11. For the Bucs, Khaili Denson and Ross Thibeault scored their first home runs of the season. Ryan Balwin also scored a home run in the fourth inning. Eight Bucs ...

Booker T. football team congratulated

Miami-Dade County Commissioner Audrey M. Edmonson congratulated the Booker T. Washington High School football team on their winning season at the Feb. 18 Miami-Dade County Commission meeting.

FMU track team shines at Last Chance Meet

Florida Memorial University athletics director Robert Smith was honored for his years of hard work and dedication to FMU baseball teams on Feb. 28 at the Albert E. and Sadie B. Smith Conference Center/Dining Hall. Smith was presented with the ...

Women’s Basketball All-Conference Team announced

St. Thomas University senior Dannisha Pierce headlined the list of honorees when the Sun Conference announced the 2015 Women's Basketball All-Conference team at the conference tournament banquet hosted by St. Thomas University on Feb. 26. The All-Conference team featured seven ...

Why Suh chose the Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have signed Ndamkong Suh and South Florida is delirious with excitement. Deep pockets Ross has done it again. Our Ryan Lasner of www.thesportsbros.com has some pretty good ideas on why Suh chose Miami and why we should ...

Star player leads Krop High's girls softball team

Being one of the lead high school female softball batters in the nation may give some girls a big head, but not Taylor Coachman. The 16-year-old, who plays center on Dr. Michael M. Krop High School’s girls’ softball team, was ...

Decision looms for Dolphins

I would love to tell you that I know exactly what the Miami Dolphins will do with speedster Mike Wallace as a big decision looms ahead. The truth is I have no idea. None. Wallace has said no to the ...

Comm. Monestime honors champion Gwen Cherry Bulls

Miami-Dade County Commission Chairman Jean Monestime honored the Gwen Cherry Bulls at the Feb. 18 Board of County Commissioners meeting in recognition of their 24-7 victory over the North Philly Aztecs to capture the 2014 Pop Warner Jr. Pee Wee ...

Sportscaster discusses famous Black athletes at MDC

CBS sportscaster Jim Berry has met many Black athletes over the course of his 20-plus years of reporting. At a recent discussion held at Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, he shared some stories with students on what he's learned from ...

It's goin' down for real

The time has finally come around. Like the rapper Flo Rida has said, "It's Goin Down For Real." No more disputes about gloves, steroids and all of that crap. We have finally got a fight. The boxing god's have heard ...

Wish kid to be honored at basketball game Saturday

Barry University and Make-A-Wish Southern Florida will host a reveal party on Saturday for a local wish kid. The reveal party will be the opening event in a year-long effort by Barry’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and Sports and Exercise ...

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