Miami Sports News
Yesterday | via Tampa Bay Online
It's one thing to have your season end prematurely in the district tournament. It's another to have it occur against your bitter rival. Comment?
Saturday Mar 21 | via The News-Press
Faith, ferocity send FGCU women past Okla St, 75-67 Eagles' self-assurance central to first ever NCAA tournament win. Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1CaYnne FGCU's Stephanie Haas blocks Oklahoma State University's LaShawn Jones' shot on Saturday in the NCAA Division I Women's Basketabll Championship first round game at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center in Tallahhassee. Comment?
Friday Mar 20 | via The News-Press
Fort Myers capitalizes on Verot mistakes in win Green Wave improves to 15-2 Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1C7NylP Bishop Verot's Erin Kyle, right, gives some encouraging words to Gillian Takais before going to the plate on Friday night during to the game between Bishop Verot and Fort Myers. A season ago, Fort Myers went 2-2 at the Gulliver Prep Slamfest in Miami, which included a 5-2 loss to now-University of Florida ace Aleshia Ocasio and Harmony. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via St. Petersburg Times
Lowdown: The Bulls, ranked 12th nationally by USA Today and 13th by MaxPreps, move into the top spot. The lone loss was by a run to Wharton last month. Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via The Miami Herald
But nothing threatened to end it like his arrest last August on felony charges of conspiring with a fake Coral Gables doctor to distribute muscle-building steroids to South Florida high school athletes. Anti-aging clinic owner Anthony Bosch, aka "Doctor T," accused Collazo of distributing testosterone and other steroids to "many" youths - at least 18. But after months of fighting the allegation, "Lazer" plans to plead guilty Monday to much-reduced misdemeanor charges of buying steroids without a valid prescription for his own use from Bosch's business partner, Carlos Acevedo. Comment?
Sunday Mar 15 | via The Miami Herald
Miami's Jack Furman , Miami's Julieta Martinez , Bay Harbor Islands' Evan Mendelson , Pembroke Pines' Maylizze Santos and Miami's Sal Stewart were honored on the court as the Miami Heat/Miami Herald February Academic/Sportsmanship Team Players in conjunction with Gatorade at AmericanAirlines Arena. Youth league coaches, team reps, school coaches, administrators, teachers and family members nominated South Florida recreational, travel league, elementary school, middle school or junior varsity basketball players who exhibit sportsmanship and display good grades or improvement in the classroom. Comment?
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