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Dolphins still alive after bad loss

The Miami Dolphins would be in the playoffs if the season ended today, despite their embarrassing 19-0 loss this past Sunday in Buffalo. However, with one more week to go in this wacky NFL season we will attempt to explain ...

Miami Central captures third state title

Saturday afternoon marked the end of an era — Central’s Yearby-Cook era. And true to form they went out winners with a 52-7 defeat of their 2011 rival Armwood at the Citrus Bowl. In an eerily accurate display, Cook sported ...

South Dade makes history with first State championship

Making history is enough to bring tears to even the sternest of eyes. Just ask South Dade coach Nathaniel Hudson, Jr. whose sideline demeanor is typically poised and stoic. There were more than remnants from the ceremonial Gatorade-bath running down ...

Tannehill is the man in MIA

The Miami Dolphins have their franchise quarterback. Yes folks I am talking about Ryan Tannehill, the young man some Dolfans love to hate and blame for everything. This kid has got the goods and like most young quarterbacks he has ...

Heat is primed for another run

Enjoy the ride, Miami. LeBron James, the world's best basketball player, has shown no signs of slowing down despite playing a career low in minutes to begin the season. James was recently named the NBA’s Eastern Conference Player of the ...

BTW one game away from state championship game

A Booker T. Washington Nike t-shirt reads “Believe the Hype” and last Friday night at Nova High School, the Tornadoes turned the University School Suns into believers in a 45-17 win.

Revenge fuels South Dade win over Killian, 13-7

It was a game of revenge. Revenge for snatching the district title and ending an undefeated season. South Dade atoned for their only district and regular season loss to Killian (7-5) last Saturday with a 13-7 win over the Cougars ...

Miami Norland Vikings achieve beyond the gridiron

At the onset of the football season usafootball.com posted a list of high schools that had the most NFL players currently on a roster; Miami’s Norland Senior High School was at the top with six. While this statistic brings the ...

It’s playoff time: Only the strong will survive

The first round of playoffs typically pose the region’s top two of the strongest districts versus the top two of the weaker districts.

Dolphins back in the hunt

In the midst of all of the chaos that has surrounded the Miami Dolphins in the past few weeks, they have somehow managed to be very competitive in the playoff hunt. The glare of the national media spotlight has not ...

Coral Reef coach fired

Coral Reef ended another season just shy of the playoffs and this time with a heavier heart after the controversial termination of their head coach Chevas Clements before the team played its final game. According to Clements, he walked into ...

Carol City, South Dade, and Central poised for playoffs

Carol City (7-3, 3-1) defeated American 28-21 last Thursday night at Traz Powell despite the Patriots 15-point third quarter. The Patriots (6-4, 6-0) gained the lead after an eight-point first half deficit during the third quarter on touchdown from running ...

UM not ready for prime time

Reality slapped the Miami Hurricanes in the face this past Sunday and during that process, the Virginia Tech Hokies did some slapping of their own. The end result was a 42-24 dismantling of the Hurricanes in a game that was ...

Carol City Chiefs end Norland's playoff hopes

The Carol City Chiefs defeated the Norland Vikings 27-14 on Friday night at North Miami Stadium. The game demolished any chance that the Vikings (2-7, 1-3) would see playoff action this year. The victory also made Carol

Local gridiron ‘monsters’ head into postseason

Well Booker T. Washington (10-0, 3-0) is undefeated, district champions, number one in the nation and if anyone would care to wager soon-to-be state champs for the second consecutive year.