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Underfunded Athletics

Charles Bonani, Sports Editor

December 3, 2013

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A high school sports team requires a variety of components, which include soccer balls, volleyballs, nets and referees. The one thing that all of these components have in common is their need for money. Say all you want about coaches, players and the effort that is needed to be successful, but without proper funding that effort...

Swingin’ and Swimmin’ to Success

Swingin’ and Swimmin’ to Success

November 13, 2013

Dreyfoos Students are Recruited to Division 1 for Their Athletic Abilities When students think about...

Par for the Course

Adam Nir, Sports Staffer

October 22, 2013

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Professional golfing has been a huge part of communications sophomore Bennett Ragan’s family, tracing all the way back to his great-grandfather. Ragan’s mother and father are both professional golf players, which influenced his love for the sport. “[Ragan] was exposed to golf as soon as I took him home from the hospital....

Hench Sails Out to Sea

Hench Sails Out to Sea

March 10, 2013

For most residents of Florida, a trip to the beach on a Saturday morning entails lounging under the blazing...

The Guardians of the Goals

The Guardians of the Goals

January 15, 2013

Sitting in the stands watching a soccer game, you may spend both halves of the game focusing on the different...

The Pinnacles of Performance

The Pinnacles of Performance

November 15, 2012

The sport of cross country is challenging, however, the objective is simple: run 3.1 miles, or five kilometers,...

Stoloff Swings a Spot in the Circus

Stoloff Swings a Spot in the Circus

November 13, 2012

Six summers ago, the circus arena of French Woods Festival of Performing Arts seemed to be the only dry...

A Lack of Love for the Game

Kevin Levine, Sports Editor

October 30, 2012

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When asked what he thought about the fans at basketball games, basketball coach and social studies teacher Jeffrey Stohr replied, “Which one?” According to Patti Alexander, 2012's box office manager for Meyer Hall, the Meyer Hall Theater seats 591 people. During the five performances of last year’s play “A Midsummer’s...

Jenna Meyers-Sinnet Hurdles and Vaults Into the Junior Olympics

Jenna Meyers-Sinnet Hurdles and Vaults Into the Junior Olympics

September 24, 2012

From its origins back in the late 1940s, the Amateur Athletic Union’s Junior Olympics has grown in...

Czaczyk Races Across Florida

Czaczyk Races Across Florida

September 24, 2012

Most students look forward to driving when they turn 16, but for communications sophomore Konrad Czaczyk...

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