On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 20Well, spring football is underway. And while some are still finishing up other sports, this is the time that anyone who truly has aspirations of playing football at the next level, has to shine and stand out.
Track Roundup: District Meets Full Of Dominant PerformancesAfter two weeks of district track meets in Broward and Dade County, a deep talent pool of athletes remains for this week’s region meets.
Track Roundup: South Florida Teams Have Strong Showings Around StateMiami-Dade and Broward high school track and field teams got in some final dress rehearsals at meets around the state as the regular season came to a close this past weekend.
Spring Spotlight: South Florida's Quarterback Reputation Is ImprovingWhile college coaches flock to this region of the country every year to find those elite and nationally rated defensive backs and receivers, there are other positions that have made some major strides to direct the spotlight in their direction.
High School Football Week Eight: Raising The Stakes
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Nike Opening Team Games Puts New Spin On 7v7
Vigil Held For Teen Gunned Down In NW Miami-DadeA community came together Tuesday night for a prayer vigil in honor of a teen shot to death at a Northwest Miami-Dade apartment complex.
FHSAA Releases Finalized Football Reclassification
Miami-Northwestern Game In Palm Beach County CanceledMiami Northwestern High school has picked up a victory over Glades Central High School without taking the field Friday.
Media Picks Bridgewater To Lead Louisville To Conf. TitlePowered by former Northwestern High School quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, the Louisville Cardinals are the overwhelming pick to win the American Athletic Conference, formerly known as the Big East Conference, in 2013.
Call Him Coach LukeHe was once as nasty as he wanted to be, but Luther Campbell, who gained fame as the front man of the notorious rap group 2 Live Crew, has received approval for a coaching certificate that will allow him to continue coaching high-school football in Miami.