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All Things Sports: Dak and Rick’s podcast

Junior David Kuper and his father began their journey into the world of sports podcasts at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and have continued to create content following several sports and teams.

Allison Cajina, Features Editor

September 15, 2020

During these last seven months of quarantine, people have had the opportunity to explore a variety of hobbies that they usually would not have the time for. Among these many projects that have surfaced, the DAK and Rick’s podcast, was created by one of our very own Cavaliers, David Kuper, and is co-hosted...

CavsChat: Mat Time – Episode 1

CavsChat: Mat Time – Episode 1

Joshua Johnson, CavsTV Staff

September 12, 2020

Today’s episode, hosted by Joshua Johnson, we talk with Kalvin Guzman, a junior on the wrestling team, about his wrestling career so far. We get to know about Kalvin a little more as we discuss some of his best and worst moments and his long term goals in the sport. We also discuss what it's like being...

CavsChat: The Effects of COVID-19 on Sports

CavsChat: The Effects of COVID-19 on Sports

David Kuper, CavsTV Staff

September 9, 2020

Today’s episode, hosted by David Kuper and Joshua Johnson, discusses how COVID-19 has effected sports in high school, and the sports world in general. We have our predictions on how the setup for our sports, football and wrestling, will be and how the schedules will be effected as well. Enjoy!...

The Power of Sports Showing Solidarity to the BLM Movement

Sofia Cruz, News Editor

September 4, 2020

Since the creation of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2013, it has made its way into major forms of media, especially widely televised sports networks. Famous players such as Colin Kaepernick, the former quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, have protested in various ways to shed light on this...

Taking A Knee: An Attempt to Unify that Only Divides

Massimo Aguila, Staff Writer

September 4, 2020

In recent months, the Black Lives Matter movement has grown tremendously and the massive movement is the current center of media outlets around the world. Some in support of the message have shown their respect by kneeling to the flag and the national anthem of the United States, like ex San-Francisco...

Lionel Messi to Make a Messy Exit?

Lionel Messi's requested departure has caught the  attention of the whole soccer world. Clubs are willing to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on the Argentinian star...and rightfully so.

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

September 4, 2020

Lionel Messi is widely regarded as one of the greatest soccer players to ever play the game. With his quick feet and sharp shooting, he has gained many accolades with the Barcelona Football Club. However, this seemingly extra-terrestrial being is, in fact, human, meaning he has aged from the time he...

Live and Learn: The NBA Bubble

The NBA season continues in Orlando as the leagues use of practical principles allow the eyes of the country back on basketball.

Japheth Oyedepo, Staff Writer

August 23, 2020

On March 11, the National Basketball Association correspondent Shams Charania reported Utah Jazz player Rudy Gobert had tested positive for the novel Coronavirus. Shortly after, the NBA was suspended with no clear resumption date in sight.  That night may have been the first true wake-up call for many...

Will Fall Sports Be a Dream or Reality?

A group of high school athletes stand in a line, preparing to practice to improve their skills for the season.

Diego Moran, Staff Writer

August 15, 2020

As the 2020-2021 school year approaches Miami-Dade county officially plans to open schools virtually, which raises several concerns and issues for high school athletes. This could potentially keep student athletes from receiving a college scholarship or affect their chances of making it to a professional...

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...

NBA: the Evolution Throughout the Years

Basketball has become an ever changing sport, from the money to how the game is played itself. Even though the fundamentals of the sport are the same, it is quite obvious that the game has evolved throughout the years for better or for worse.

Japheth Oyedepo, staff writer

May 5, 2020

The National Basketball Association, like many others things, has become subject to change. The baggier uniforms, low resolution screens and multiple three point lines have faded away over the years. However, with the recent release of ESPN's newest documentary, "The Last Dance", more fundamental changes...

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