Being named an All-Star is a great accomplishment, but to have four players on one team named All-Stars is incredible.
A record 37 athletes officially committed to their respective colleges by signing the National Letter of Intent.
The varsity boys soccer team began the playoffs with a 7-0 win in the district semifinal against the Pompano Beach Golden Tornadoes Jan. 24, which was also senior night. (Photo/Adrianne Morales)
The Patriots’ next game will be at Glacier Ice and Snow Arena on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 5:30 p.m against Stoneman Douglas.
After years on end of practice and playing, she found herself playing in national college showcases in 2015 and 2016, and eventually being scouted by the Yale coaching staff.
In the first district and home basketball game of the season Jan. 10, the Patriots played with stellar defense and teamwork to beat the Archbishop McCarthy Mavericks 82-71.
The varsity girls soccer team played through pain and rain, earning a fourth consecutive state championship with a 2-0 victory over Ponte Vedra High School.