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The Miami Dolphins Weather the Storm In Season Opener

The Miami Dolphins Weather the Storm In Season Opener

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

September 15, 2018


Filed under Fall, Football, Sports

The Miami Dolphins kicked off the National Football League (NFL) season on Sep. 3 at 1 P.M. against the Tennessee Titans. The much-anticipated return of starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill, after missing all of last season due to injury, was taken aback following the torrential downpour that plagued...

A Category 5 Hurricane: UM vs SSU

A Category 5 Hurricane: UM vs SSU

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under Fall, Football, Sports, Top Stories

This past Saturday was a cornerstone in the history of the University of Miami football team. After coming off of a crushing loss in Week One to Louisiana State University (LSU) in Dallas, Texas, the Hurricanes were looking to bounce back in their Week Two home game against the Savannah State Tigers....

Cross Country: Much More Than a Sprint

Cross Country: Much More Than a Sprint

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor

September 9, 2018


Filed under Cross Country, Fall, Sports

The Coral Gables Cross Country team has hit the ground running this year and is already excelling in one of Gables's most physically challenging sports. With intense training that occurs five to six times a week, it is no surprise that the team has been building up their stamina and improving their...

Girls Volleyball: Setting the Expectations High

Girls Volleyball: Setting the Expectations High

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018


Filed under Fall, Girls Volleyball, Sports, Top Stories

On Tuesday, Sep. 4 at 7 p.m., the Coral Gables Girls Varsity Volleyball team played the Ferguson Falcons at home. This matchup was one of the toughest the girls would face all year as Ferguson, being the top-ranked team in the district, came ready to play and kept the intensity constant throughout the...

Cavaliers and Buccaneers Kick off the 2018 Football Season

Cavaliers and Buccaneers Kick off the 2018 Football Season

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

August 26, 2018


Filed under Fall, Football, Sports, Top Stories

On Friday, Aug. 24, the Coral Gables Cavaliers varsity football team suited up and played their first regular season game against the South Dade Buccaneers.  The matchup of rivals was held at Tropical Park, where lines of people outside the ticket booths anxiously awaited the commencement of the 2018-2019...

Kid Superman Swims Past Michael Phelps’s Record

Kid Superman Swims Past Michael Phelps’s Record

Jesse Zambrano, Features Editor

August 25, 2018


Filed under Sports, Swimming

On July 31, 10-year-old swimming phenom, Clark Kent Apuada, beat Michael Phelps's 23-year-old record in the 100-meter butterfly, leaving fans stunned at his ability and agility. The Long Course Far West Championships in Moraga, California, held the swim meet where many contenders gathered to compete....

A Rivalry Served Right: Djokovic Bests Federer in Cincinnati

A Rivalry Served Right: Djokovic Bests Federer in Cincinnati

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

August 22, 2018


Filed under Fall, Sports, Tennis

As he tossed his racket and sweatbands into the stands of eager fans, a tennis superstar emerged victoriously and took center court to claim his well-deserved trophy, the Rockwood Cup. While those attending the event and watching it at home chanted with joyful voices, a player sealed his destiny as...

Touching Down On the NFL Preseason

Touching Down On the NFL Preseason

Trey Riera-Gomez, Staff Writer

August 17, 2018


Filed under Fall, Football, Sports

As the end of summer approaches, millions across the United States are preparing for the upcoming National Football League's (NFL) 2018-2019 season. Football, one of the most beloved and popular sports in the U.S., had approximately 15 million viewers tuned in for each of last year's 16 regular season...

Coral Gables Swimming Dives into a New Season

Coral Gables Swimming Dives into a New Season

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

August 14, 2018


Filed under Fall, Sports, Swimming

Coming off of a year riddled with obstacles, such as Hurricane Irma, that disrupted their practice schedule, the Coral Gables Swimming team has officially begun preparing for the 2018 fall season. After missing out on the District title by only three points last October, the Girls' Swimming team is hoping...

XC Looks to Hit the Ground Running

XC Looks to Hit the Ground Running

Patrick Ales, Staff Writer

August 14, 2018


Filed under Cross Country, Fall, Sports, Top Stories

As he enters his 10th year of coaching the Coral Gables Cross Country team, Scott Nelson already has his team preparing for the upcoming season. Following a promising display at last year's Regional Championships, in which the girls' team finished fifth and the boys' finished seventh, the team sent eight...

Shaquem Griffin: Single-Handedly Inspiring the World

Shaquem Griffin: Single-Handedly Inspiring the World

Daniel Toll, Sports Editor

March 10, 2018


Filed under Football, Sports, Top Stories

At first glance, the 2018 NFL Combine was nothing short of a typicality at its commence. That is, until the arrival of Shaquem Griffin, the 22-year-old phenom from the University of Central Florida. From a distance, Griffin appears to be nothing out of the ordinary when it comes to the bodily structur...

Super Bowl 52: The Underdogs Fly High

Super Bowl 52: The Underdogs Fly High

Chase Bagnall- Koger, Staff Writer

February 10, 2018


Filed under Fall, Football, Sports

After a a long 2017-2018 NFL season, including 256 games and heated playoffs, the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles were named the competitors of Super Bowl 52. The Patriots were the Super Bowl Champions in 2017 and have won the second-most Super Bowl titles in the NFL with five (narrowly tr...

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