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Chiefs One Win Away From States

Chiefs One Win Away From States

Staff Report

February 20, 2018


Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Girls, Showcase, Sports

The Lady Chiefs basketball team won a thriller Tuesday night against Wellington at home. The regional semi-final game came down to the wire, but the Chiefs came out on top by a score of 56-51. The girls are one win away from heading to Lakeland for the state championship. The game started close as Chief...

Chiefs Win Districts Against PBG, Face Wellington Next

Chiefs Win Districts Against PBG, Face Wellington Next

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

February 15, 2018


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The Lady Chiefs basketball team took the court as clear underdogs to compete against the Boca Raton Bobcats in the district finals. Despite a tough shortcoming against an all too familiar Coach Nguyen and the Bobcats squad, Chiefs head coach, Zoe Price would argue that the season has proven to be...

Softball’s Only Senior

Softball’s Only Senior

Jordan Foldy, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under Athlete Profiles

Sara Velasco is the only senior on the softball team. She's been on the varsity softball team for all four years of her high school career and this is her fourteenth year playing softball. She has been playing since she was four years old and for seven years she played catcher. Right now she plays first...

New Softball Coach Profile

New Softball Coach Profile

Jordan Foldy, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Sports

Recently we gained a new Varsity Softball Coach. Stephanie Aurigemma has been playing softball since she was three years old. Her dad is in the Softball Hall of Fame, which is one of the reasons why she joined. She grew up mostly playing softball due to her dad's success and dedication to the sport...

Chiefs Soccer: Seniors Dominate the Pitch

Chiefs Soccer: Seniors Dominate the Pitch

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 30, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The Chiefs soccer team ended another successful regular season with a bang, out-scoring the Inlet Grove Hurricanes 8-0. The eleven seniors on the squad set a goal and absolutely dominated, as they were fueled not only by their natural competitive energy, but also by what this match stood for. This...

Athletic Profile: Marvin Salinas

Athletic Profile: Marvin Salinas

Isabella Young, Photo editor/ Video editor

January 29, 2018


Filed under Athlete Profiles, Sports

"I love soccer because my dad started playing it in his home country Honduras and he taught me when I was five years old. My dad is the sports icon that influenced me the most. However, my favorite professional soccer player is Andrés Iniesta because we play the same position and I would love to play...

Super Bowl LII Preview

Super Bowl LII Preview

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 26, 2018


Filed under Sports

Foles. Brady. This Super Bowl will bring the heat in Minnesota. In Sunday's Conference Championship games, New England completed a comeback for the ages and Philadelphia never looked back in an absolutely dominant performance on their home turf against the two-seed Vikings. At 3:05 in Foxboro,...

Roll Tide to Victory

Roll Tide to Victory

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

January 18, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

First Half The Alabama Crimson Tide came up five points shy of a national title in the 2017 NCAA Championship matchup against Clemson. This year, the Crimson Tide found themselves back on the big stage facing the Georgia Bulldogs, whose hopes of their first national championship since 1980 were looking l...

Boys Soccer Strives to Keep Prestige

Boys Soccer Strives to Keep Prestige

Ethan Mansdorf, Photo Editor

December 5, 2017


Filed under Boys, Featured Sports Story Carousel, Showcase, Sports

In the home opener for the 2017-2018 boys soccer season, the Chiefs took on Palm Beach Centrals Broncos in a high scoring match ending in a 4-4 tie. The game began as any other, the Chiefs and Broncos passing back and forth spreading the ball fairly evenly across the field getting a feel for o...

From Chief to Blue Wave

From Chief to Blue Wave

Neiko Megrichian, Sports Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under Boys, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

This Wednesday proved to be memorable for the Chiefs Baseball family as they commemorated the progression of four-year varsity starting short stop Anthony "A.J." Orrico. A.J. made it official by putting pen to paper, and conclusively became a member of the Florida State College at Jacksonville baseball...

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