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The Miami Heat Blazing Past Their Postseason Opponents

The Miami Heat have stunned the entire league with them breezing past the first two rounds of the postseason and facing the Celtics up next in the Eastern Conference Finals

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

September 16, 2020

COVID-19 has forced us to consider many new ways to approach facets of our daily lives, and this especially true in the sports field. One of the more public innovations is the Bubble of the National Basketball Association, which erases any sense of a home court atmosphere for each individual team. The...

Miami’s Phase Two Reopening: Is it Worth It?

Indoor Dining is starting to come back as we approach Labor Day. This may lead to detrimental consequences such as a spike in cases.

Gabriela Moreira, Staff Writer

September 7, 2020

The past few months have been a stressful time for Floridians as we saw a spike in Coronavirus cases statewide which caused cities like Miami to become one of the global epicenters. Only recently have we been able to finally bring down the curve. Nevertheless, that does not mean precautions put in place...

The Blue and Red Approach to Reopening Schools

As Covid-19 cases continue to grow, as does the arguments between Democrats and Republicans who differ when deciding what possible solutions look like.

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer

August 13, 2020

The United States has become the epicenter of Coronavirus with over 4.8 million confirmed cases. Thus, state governments around the country struggle to get re-opening guidelines right as there seems to be no universal national plan in place. With the upcoming school year well on its way, governors n...

Shining a Spotlight on Miami Sports: BTSBMiami

Alumni Daniel Toll has taken the time during this summer to create his very own website,

Ariana Alvarez, Staff Writer

August 13, 2020

The summer of 2020 has been a quiet one, lacking in excitement for most of us. A majority of students have been exploring new hobbies and interests to fill our time such as cooking, baking or even starting our own at home business. However, a Coral Gables High alumni of the class 2020 took this time...

Don Shula May be Gone, but Never Forgotten

Don Shula, a two time NFL championship coach passed away on may, 4. 2020. This highlights his achievements and successes during his legendary coaching career from being the winningest head coach in NFL history to being the only head coach to make it to the Super Bowl six times.

Anthony Russo, staff writer

May 10, 2020

For a professional sports career, it takes a good work ethic, intelligence and the motivation to just make it in, but every so often, there will be an individual that exceeds expectations and ends up as one of the most prominent figures to ever enter the sport. And no, this is not a player but rather...

The Miami Marlins: Was Yet Another Rebuild Worth the Wait?

The latest renovations at Marlins Park show that the team's new executive leadership is not only embracing change from the team rebuild on the field, but off of the field as well.

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Ever since the Florida Marlins' 2003 magical playoff run that ended in a World Series title, they have been hovering over mediocrity for nearly two decades. That was the case until the team's former owner, Jeffrey Loria, sold the team in the summer of 2017 for $1.2 billion dollars to the Miami Marlin...

The Future is Bright in the 305

With the new decade beginning, the Miami Heat, Marlins and Dolphins have an abundance of young, elite prospects, in combination with multiple draft picks and salary cap space. This leaves Miami sports in an extremely fortunate situation which will likely result in them contending for years to come.

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

January 11, 2020

After a decade-long tenure of success, Miami sports are still in a position of success, entering the 2020s with arguably the brightest future for all three of their major sports, including basketball, baseball and football. These claims can easily be backed up with just the absurd amount of young tale...

Which Miami Sports Team Are You?

Which Miami sports team do you think you are?

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

January 4, 2020

Miami is a city with tremendous diversity surrounding their culture, weather and more. This also holds true with their sports teams. With Miami holding a team for every major American sport, this creates many different personality of teams such as hard workers and grinders along with the middle of the...

The Best Miami Sports Moments of the Decade

The 2010's were an eventful ten years  for Miami sports. Full of passion, grit, and pure emotion, every sport had something to offer. As we close out 2019, it is time to relive every single one of them.

Anthony Russo, Staff Writer

December 23, 2019

Looking back at all of the Miami sports moments throughout the decade, Miami sports teams have had quite the stretch. The 305 has watched Most Valuable Players (MVPs) suit up to play, legendary dynasties being established and brand new stadiums being created. Not to mention, Miami has seen some of the...

Have Yourself a Merry Little Florida Christmas

It such a tropical city like Miami, it may be challenging to find holiday spirit.

Amanda Perez, Staff Writer

December 23, 2019

As December rolls in and the holiday season begins to unfold, Floridians might have a bit of a difficulty to find Christmas spirit. With sunny days and weather not passing below the 50's, its hard to feel like it's Christmas time at all. Although this might be true, there are many different types of...

The Heart of Cavalier Spirit: Mr. Costa

At the beginning of College Fair, Mr. Costa welcomed college representatives from around the country.

Jana Faour and Kluivert Suquino

November 11, 2019

Taking care of a high school with over 3,500 students is no walk in the park. The role of a principal is often misconstrued and taken for granted. Aside from all of the professionalism that goes on behind the scenes, the principal plays a vital role in a student's high school experience. At Coral Gab...

Top Places to Study at in Miami

Melanie Ozuna, Staff Writer

September 9, 2019

When looking for a place to study, a student wants a place to finish homework, read a good book and focus on what needs to get done. Every student's study habits and preferences are unique; some enjoy a place that serves food or has a wide variety of books, while others seek the calmness of the outdoors....

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