Tampa Bay Rays get stung on opening day

Tampa Bay Rays get stung on opening day

Ethan Tuttle, Sports Writer

April 3, 2019

                The Tampa Bay Rays are officially back in action!                 The Rays opening day was March 28 against the Houston Astros. The...

Riding through March Madness

Riding through March Madness

Ethan Tuttle, Sports Writer

March 22, 2019

            It’s that time of year in College Basketball. March is upon us, and the fight for the national championship begins. If you don’t know how March Madness works, it’s a 64 team bracket that is divided into four regions: East, West,...

Thundering to the playoffs

Thundering to the playoffs

Ethan Tuttle, Sports Writer

March 18, 2019

                The Tampa Bay Lightning sit on top of the NHL standings this season with a record of 50-12, resulting in 104 points. As the Lightning skate away from the rest of the competition, (the second place team Calgary...

Order on the court

Order on the court

Ava Loschiavo and Makenna Lenges, Writers

February 22, 2019

Overall this season the boys' and girls' basketball team did not win as many games as hoped, but they still put forth effort into each and every game. The boys' Varsity team had 3 wins out of a total of 15 games, while the JV team won 3 out of 11 games. Some of the Varsity players have been playing basketball...

And still…

And still…

Bilal Uddin, Sports Writer

February 9, 2019

    The Super Bowl was on February 3rd in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots have won 5 Super Bowls, all with quarterback Tom Brady and Head Coach Bill Belichick. The Los Angeles Rams have only won 1 Super Bowl, and that w...

Cry, Eagles, cry

Cry, Eagles, cry

Ethan Tuttle, Sports writer

January 23, 2019

With only 6 games left in the regular season, the Philadelphia Eagles were given a 16% chance to make the playoffs by Football Outsiders. Then one of the best runs in recent memory would take place with the Eagles winning 5 of their last 6 games and just sneaking into the playoffs. The magic wouldn...

The Bucs select…

The Bucs select…

Bilal Uddin, Sports Writer

January 23, 2019

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ending another terrible season, they ended up with the fifth pick overall in the 2019 NFL draft. This could be a difference-maker or breaker pick for the Bucs. What do they need? Offense or defense? Secondary or front seven? Offensive lineman or wideout? Only time will tell. Senior...

Dirk Koetter in the Hot Seat

Dirk Koetter in the Hot Seat

Bilal Uddin, Sports Writer

December 17, 2018

Dirk Koetter was first hired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as an Offensive Coordinator in 2015. The head coach at the time was Lovie Smith, but after another embarrassing season, the Buccaneers knew something needed to change. So the Bucs ended up firing Smith and hiring Dirk Koetter in 2016. He led the...

The One, The Only

The One, The Only

MaKenna Lenges, Copy editor/ Writer

December 14, 2018

    Dillon Secor is a freshman this year, has made the varsity swim team, and is currently on Osceola's wrestling team. He is a very busy person, but when he has free time, he chooses to either do homework, sleep, hang out with friends or practice wresting and swimming. Dillon has multiple...

UCF just misses out

UCF just misses out

Ethan Tuttle, Sports Writer

December 13, 2018

    Voting for the college football playoff has ended and there is one significant team that is left out of the race for the national championship; the UCF Golden Knights. The Golden Knights have won 25 straight games and finish their 2nd straight undefeated season. Unfortunately, the Golden...

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