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Carol City wins Dolphins football tournament

Miami Carol City defeated Dillard, 31-28, in a thrilling game that featured two of the area’s premier teams to win the eighth annual Miami Dolphins Academy 7-on-7 High School Football Tournament. The tournament was presented by Under Armour at Plantation ...

Dwyane Wade is the greatest

There seems to be a divide among Miami Heat fans as to whether the team owes its greatest player Dwyane Wade a debt of gratitude in the form of a new contract, no matter what. Folks point to the fact ...

'Deuce' is a young track star on the horizon

Correyon "Deuce" Thomas, 12, has qualified to compete in the USATF Youth Nationals in Lisle, Ill. from June 30 to July 5. Correyon placed first in every track meet locally and out of state in the 2015 track season. He ...

Miami Dolphins give back to the community

The Miami Dolphins players, coaches and staff recently worked together to beautify Mae M. Walters Elementary School in Hialeah. More than 300 members of the Dolphins participated in painting, landscaping and providing various improvements to the school. "We're going into ...

Miami Gardens hosts basketball tournament

Sen. Oscar Braynon II and Miami Gardens Councilman Erhabor Ighodaro recently hosted the City of Miami Gardens Youth Invitational Basketball tournament at Rolling Oaks Park. Teams came from Overtown, Miami Beach, West Park and all over South Florida to face ...

Miami Heat, do right by Wade

The Miami Heat better listen to their fans who overwhelmingly are screaming, "Pay the man." The man is Dwyane Wade, the man who has given this city everything. His blood, his sweat, his tears. The man who has had a ...

Barry basketball player invited to combine

Barry University men's basketball player Deric Hill was invited to participate in the iBall Pro Combine in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. The combine will feature some of the nation's top prospects and free agents. Players will compete in front of National Basketball ...

BTW alumus wins national coaching honor

Head Coach George Williams of Saint Augustine’s University was named NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Men’s National Head Coach of the Year by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). Williams is a native ...

Len Bias had much promise

The late Len Bias was the greatest basketball player that I ever saw. Yes, I saw young Michael Jordan at North Carolina and followed with the rest of America as we all wanted to be "Like Mike." Jordan, of course, ...

Mayor honors Miami Heat Wheels

Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez and county commissioners presented a proclamation to the Miami Heat Wheels wheelchair basketball team on May 20. The team recently won the NWBA Division 3 National Championship. The ceremony, which took place at the Miami-Dade Commission ...

Dolphins host Special Olympics clinic

Miami Dolphins General Manager Dennis Hickey and all 22 rookies recently hosted Special Olympic athletes from Miami-Dade and Broward counties at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. The purpose of the clinic was to promote physical fitness ...

FIU's track teams shine at meet

Florida International University performed well at the Conference USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in El Paso, Texas on May 14-17. The four-day event saw several FIU athletes score high in different categories. On day one, Bejai Fray finished third ...

Cheating, ultimate betrayal

So it seems that the NFL finally nailed the New England Patriots. It was only four months ago that the Pats raised another Lombardi trophy and triumphantly gave all of the league’s other envious franchises a big middle finger. Well, ...

Miami-Dade seeks track stars

Kids around Miami-Dade will have an opportunity to show off their running, jumping and throwing skills during the county’s inaugural “USATF Future Stars” Track and Field Meet. The event is being presented by USA Track and Field (USATF) and the ...

Baltimore Raven gives back to community

Three-time NFL Pro Bowler Elvis Dumervil, who spent seven years with the Denver Broncos and for the past two years has been the outside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, returned to his hometown in the City of Opa-locka on Thursday, ...

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