Miami Dolphins Announce Week Four Youth Programs AwardsThe Miami Dolphins and the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE) recognized the week four youth football players and coach who have demonstrated their commitment to being leaders on and off the field:
Latoya Williams Resigns As Central’s AD; Wilcox Steps Down At EdisonSFHSSports learned last Friday and confirmed Monday that Williams has chosen to resign her position as Rockets’ director of athletics. She also confirmed that she will continue to teach at the school, but will no longer serve as AD.
FHSAA To Limit Live Contact During Football PracticesTalk to any football player and they’ll regale you with tales of how hard football practice is. Whether it’s the sweltering weather conditions, the length of the practice or how a particular coach demanded things of them – they’ll typically speak with just a hint of pride.
Spring Tour - Central RocketsThe SFHSSports Spring Tour rolled into Rocket Country, visiting the four-time defending Class 6A champion Miami Central Rockets and head coach Roland Smith.
Central Notches “4-Peat”, Rockets Rout Armwood 48-13ORLANDO (SFHSSports) – The word dynasty can be defined as a succession of people from the same family or group who play a prominent role in a particular field. Central’s football program has built a dynasty – the Rocket Dynasty.
Central Notches “4-Peat”, Rockets Rout Armwood 48-13ORLANDO (SFHSSports) – The word dynasty can be defined as a succession of people from the same family or group who play a prominent role in a particular field. Central’s football program has built a dynasty – the Rocket Dynasty.
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Central Wins Third Straight 6A Championship
Miami Central Victorious Amid Investigation Into Letter Victory was sweet for the Miami Central High Rockets who defeated the Hoover Bucaneerss in a nationally televised game in Alabama.