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Sammy Rosenthal

Sammy Rosenthal has 31 articles published.

Sammy is a sophomore at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. and is entering his second year writing for the newsmagazine. Outside of composing various articles, Sammy works as the presentation coordinator for Black, Gold and Green and volunteers at numerous community service projects such as the David Posnack JCC. As a die-hard Miami Heat and Dolphins fan, he loves tuning in to/attending any game he can in addition to playing both sports in his free time.
Sports

NBA veteran Raja Bell becomes newest Patriot

In wake of the disappointing district semifinal loss to Hallandale and an 11-11 record last season, the varsity boys basketball team will be working toward the title under new head coach, NBA veteran Raja Bell. Bell, who grew up in Miami and has garnered 13 years worth of experience in the NBA, will take over for former head coach, Fred Battle, to lead the Patriots next fall. Keep Reading

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Built to win: Heritage’s long-lasting tradition

At this point in the school year, Heritage has once again succeeded in establishing itself as a dominant force in high school athletics, no matter the sport. Though the varsity football team fell short of winning another championship, Heritage showcased its winning culture as the girls and boys varsity soccer teams, the girls varsity basketball team and the girls golf team all earned state titles. Keep Reading

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Leaving Hart and soul on the mat

Though some siblings may not share the same interests or passion for similar activities, brothers Joshua and Zev Hartman share a relationship strengthened by their common love for wrestling. However, the brothers have been unable to wrestle alongside one another recently, as Joshua suffered a shoulder injury earlier in the year that ended his season. Despite the setback of not having his brother wrestling next to him, Zev has continued to direct his attention towards perfecting one of his greatest passions and wrestling his way to the top of the leaderboards. Keep Reading

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Twenty-four students sign national letter of intent

Heritage has been known to produce star athletes year in and year out, those athletes continue their great successes on the field to whichever college they choose. This trend continued Wednesday, Feb. 6 as twenty-four student athletes signed their national letter of intent in front of fellow students, teammates, faculty, and coaches. Keep Reading

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