The Miami Dolphins defeated the New York Jets 24-0 this past weekend. You would have to go back to the 2014 season for last time the Miami Dolphins had a shutout victory, where the Dolphins defeated the then San Diego Chargers (now the Los Angeles Chargers) 37-0. Read more
Drew Brees keeps coming through in the clutch in his 20th season, while the Los Angeles Chargers keep squandering the heady play of promising rookie quarterback Justin Herbert. Read more
The Miami Marlins have defied the odds. Many people said the team wasn’t supposed to make the playoffs this season. It just wasn’t supposed to happen, not after losing 98 games in 2018 and 105 games in 2019. But with the Marlins, you always have to expect the unexpected. Read more
Corey Smith, a Miami Senior High School football coach, was killed Monday morning by gunfire at his home, according to law enforcement. Read more
Many people were disappointed by the cancellation of the 2020 Orange Blossom Classic at Hard Rock Stadium this year, but we can look forward to and know that the 2021 event will be even more highly anticipated, as the Florida A&M Rattlers are set of to face the Jackson State Tigers on Se… Read more
The NBA bubble has held. So has the NHL’s double bubble. The WNBA and MLS, no leaks. Read more
As we prepare for the start of the NFL season there has been plenty of activity this offseason. The Kansas City Chiefs received their Super Bowl rings. Quarterback Lamar Jackson has been named the cover athlete of Madden 21. The Washington Redskins franchise had to rename itself the Washingt… Read more
The state of Florida has lost a prominent football coaching figure. Aubrey Hill passed away on Sunday, Aug. 16, after a lengthy illness. He was 48 years old.Hill grew up in Miami and played high school football at Miami Carol City Senior High under South Florida high school coaching legend W… Read more
The 2020 NBA playoff journey for the Miami Heat will be different from all playoff quests in the past. No games will be played at the American Airlines Arena on Biscayne Boulevard this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All games will be played in the “Bubble” at the Walt Disney World ESPN … Read more
As baseball officials continue with a planned start to the Major-League season, they made it official that the 2020 Minor-League season has been canceled. That means the 160 affiliated minor-league teams in 14 leagues across 43 states, and more than 5,000 players, are officially out of work … Read more
On Saturday, June 20, dozens of graduating seniors from a number of schools across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties came together for the South Florida Grad Parade and Drive-In Commencement. The ongoing impact of COVID-19 limited the ability of schools to host traditional graduation ceremonie… Read more
It has been 62 years since the Florida Memorial University Lions has had a football team. The last football game played by the Lions was a 14-8 win over Albany State back in 1958. The University, then called Florida Normal and Industrial Institute, competed in the Southeastern Athletic Confe… Read more
The Florida A&M University Board of Trustees unanimously approved the move for the Rattlers from the Mideastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) to the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC); the SWAC will now become the premiere conference in college football. Some may even debate that the S… Read more
Sports enthusiasts are accustomed to watching sports. It’s a visual indulgence that represents an industry that has felt the economic impact of loss as much as the business and corporate sectors. Many professional leagues across the globe suspended their seasons and hundreds of thousands of … Read more
It was a Monday. The date is historically noted as April 18, 1988. That was when Kenya’s Ibrahim Hussein finished one second ahead of Tanzania’s Juma Ikangaa, and became the first African to win the Boston Marathon, or any other major marathon. All of this happened before I was born, but now… Read more
Ask me about the athletic sport of cycling and all I can intelligently conjure are images of the renowned Lance Armstrong and a sad demise that stripped him of championship titles due to a shameless doping scheme. Couple that with loose familiarity of Tour de France and those fab spandex shi… Read more
Food scarcity and job loss in the city of Miami Gardens is being aggressively addressed through a multi-million dollar partnership announced May 26 and funded by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and the Miami Dolphins Foundation. The Miami Dolphins Food Relief Program is scheduled to launch… Read more
TD Bank is working to raise more than $1 million
for Special Olympics chapters across its Maine-to-Florida footprint.
Along with TD
Ameritrade Holding Corporation and TD Auto Finance, the company will support
Special Olympics through
the bank's eighth annual fundraising program. Read more
History has been made.The Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Finals, defeating the Golden State Warriors 93-89 in Sunday's deciding Game 7. This is the first major sports championship that a Cleveland team has won since 1964. In perhaps the biggest game of his career, LeBron James had the game of his life. Read more
Barry University assistant men's soccer coach Henry Apaloo is leaving the program to take a similar position at NCAA Division I Florida Gulf Coast University. Read more
Students and faculty at Booker T. Washington High School got a chance to meet Hall of Famer Larry Little and learn how his childhood in Miami shaped him into the successful football player that he is today.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame and Ford Motor Company paid tribute to Little at his high school alma mater on Wednesday, May 25, as part of the Hometown Hall of Famer program.Students and faculty at Booker T. Washington High School got a chance to meet Hall of Famer Larry Little and learn how his childhood in Miami shaped him into the successful football player that he is today. Read more
Tennis superstar and South Florida resident Serena Williams started her campaign Tuesday, May 24 in Paris at the French Open. The defending Rolland Garros Champion is not only in search of her fourth French Title (2002, 2013, 2015) but she is hoping to make history and tie German tennis hall of famer Steffi Graff with 22 grand slam titles, the most in the Open era. Read more
The NFL Tuesday awarded Super Bowl LIV to South Florida in 2020. The announcement from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came during the NFL
s Spring League Meeting in Charlotte. The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee now begins moving forward with proposed plans to host the NFL
s Championship Game a record-breaking 11th time.
The game will be held at the newly revamped Dolphins
stadium, which features a modernized exterior, shade canopy, four high-definition scoreboards and other enhancements, a result of the Miami Dolphins
more than $450 million privately funded renovation. Read more
Harris Sr. is right at home and back in the saddle again.
Saturday, May 21, marked the first full scrimmage since Harris returned to Booker T. Washington High School as the varsity football head coach.
The Tornadoes went through a full four-quarter scrimmage at Gibson Park last Saturday under the watchful eyes of Harris, Associate Head Coach Earl Tillman Jr. and a staff that
s chomping at the bit to win a record fifth consecutive state championship. Read more
They journeyed to IMG Academy in Bradenton on Mother
s Day weekend with a high-powered mission in view. That mission was accomplished when the Miami Northwestern High School Lady Bulls delivered Coach Carmen Jackson a
for a Mother
s Day present.
The Lady Bulls track and field team won a record eighth consecutive Florida State High Schools Athletic Association (FHSAA) Class 4A State Championship. It is the 13th win overall since Jackson has been coach.
I think the biggest impact of this championship is that it shows Coach Jackson is committed to excellence that goes beyond the track and field program,
said Miami Northwestern Principal Wallace Aristide, a former football coach. Read more
The FAMU women's softball team captured their third straight MEAC title on Saturday, May 14, eliminating arch rival Bethune-Cookman, 8-1 in the second and deciding game of the tournament.
FAMU (27-28) dropped the opening game, 8-3 to the Wildcats (22-31), but unleashed a 12-hit attack in game two sparked by Kieifi Myrick, who had two hits, including a second inning solo homer and two RBI.
Jessica Nathan, Tashayla Irvis, Toni Anderson and Whitney Farris also had two hits apiece for FAMU, with Farris, Anderson, Miesha McBride and Alexis Day each driving in a run.
Leading 1-0 after Myrick's second inning shot, the Lady Rattlers scored six runs in the third to build a 7-0 lead. Read more
Four Florida International University football players have joined the professional ranks, signing free-agent contracts with NFL teams.
Defensive lineman Denzell Perine signed with the Minnesota Vikings; Cornerback Jeremiah McKinnon signed with the Dallas Cowboys; Defensive lineman Lars Koht signed with the Seattle Seahawks; and Cornerback Richard Leonard signed with the Houston Texans.
Perine finished his Panther career with 119 total tackles (66 solo) with 22 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks (tied for fourth all-time at FIU). During the 2015 season, Perine appeared and Read more
They journeyed to Pompano Beach for the Florida State High School Track and Field Region competition at Blanche Ely High School.
The first four finishers in each event advanced to the finals at Bradenton IMG Academy on May 6 and 7.
And, yes, the Miami Northwestern Lady Bulls won in smashing style as the Ely Tigers captured first place in the boys
My young ladies did alright,
Lady Bulls Coach Carmen Jackson said in an understatement.
We had 18 kids advance in 13 events. Now, we have to show up, keep our focus, work on our weaknesses.
The Lady Bulls will compete in the following categories: 100- and 300-meter hurdles, 100-, 200- and 800-meter runs, 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 relays, the long jump, triple jump, high jump, shot put and discus.
That much fire power gives the Lady Bulls a reasonable chance to win a record 13th state championship for Jackson, who has also won 11 consecutive Greater Miami Athletic Conference titles. Read more
The Florida Memorial University men's and women's track and field teams performed well at the Sun Conference Track and Field Championship in Miramar.
The men finished in fifth place with 76 points and the women
s team came in fifth with 99 points. Warner University won on the men's side with 186 points and Webber International won on the women' side with 159 points.
Florida Memorial picked up five conference champion honors and 26 all-conference honors at the Sun Conference Championship at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar. Read more
The KROMA Art Gallery, located at 3628 Grand Ave. in Coconut Grove, will showcase the NBA
Legends of Basketball
We Made this Game,
a Miami Heat NBA collage series by Erika King, until May 13.
King is also offering fans an opportunity to create personalized custom-made Miami Heat championship collages, which could include photos of family and friends and would be the ultimate Heat fan collage.
The artwork in the exhibit is produced by Cash McMahon, Icon Art Images, Sam Battistone and Dreamstar and features the hand-signed autographs of 60 NBA greats. Read more
The Miami Northwestern Lady Bulls corralled the competition to capture the District 15-4A Track and Field Championship at Tropical Park last Thursday.
It was yet another District title in a string of championships for the Lady Bulls under Coach Carmen Jackson, who has also won 11 consecutive GMAC (Greater Miami Athletic Conference) titles and 12 state championships in 26 years as head coach. Read more
The Miami Edison High School Lady Red Raiders swept through Miami-Dade County Public Schools
inaugural flag football season undefeated.
A string of four preseason tournament wins and eight regular season victories led the Lady Red Raiders to the District 15-1A championship, since the boys
soccer team won their District two years ago.
s a blessing,
said Coach Vincent Hall, who also is the receivers coach for the boys
varsity football team.
The hard work these young ladies put paid off, especially since we have no seniors on the team.
Now, people will take notice. They won
t have frowns on their faces when Edison is mentioned. Now, it
s different. It motivates us, motivates the guys to work harder. Some even joke that we should put some of the girls on the varsity.
The American Senior High School Patriots 2016 Competition Cheerleading Squad is fired up and ready to go as they prepare for the Florida Cheer
Dance Association (FCDA) National Cheerleading Competition on Saturday, April 23, in Orlando.
This year, the competition squad has been undefeated 4-0, taking home first place each competition. Competing for the first time as a team, they have earned the titles of Beach Bash Grand Slam Champions at the American Cheer
Dance Association (ACDA) competition at Nova South Eastern University; Grand Champions at the FCDA competition at Miami Norland Senior High School; Best Cheer Dance Champions a Read more
The Miami Edison High School Lady Red Raiders have made an undefeated run in Miami-Dade County Public Schools
inaugural flag football season.
Four preseason tournament wins and six regular season victories thrust the Lady Red Raiders in a frontrunner
s role with two games left: Hialeah High Thoroughbreds and Miami Central Rockets on April 14. Read more
The fur and feathers were flying when the Greater Miami Convention
Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) launched its annual Miami Sports
The event, sponsored by Citibank, started with the Miami Mascot Madness Kick-off Race at Museum Park in downtown Miami. For the first-time ever, the region's professional and collegiate sports mascots united in a symbolic move capturing the spirit of the Miami Sports
Wellness program. The mascots raced to raise funds for their charity of choice. Read more
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- Athletic director resigns, campus closes
- District 3 County Commission Race
- Candidates Bovo and Levine Cava square off
- Threats and intimidation used to silence students and faculty
- Haitian American clout
- We need Gepsie on the County Commission
- Overtown CRA announces housing partnership
- Trump Throws Face Mask In Florida Rally
Week of October 21-27, 2020