THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

SOCCER SEASON KICKS OFF

SOCCER SEASON KICKS OFF

Andrew Miller, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2012


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Seminole’s Varsity soccer team is looking to repeat last season’s success after winning the 5A District 4 Championship. The ‘Noles are ranked fourth in Bright House’s BHSN Pre-season Boys Soccer Rankings, a well-deserved preseason ranking after last year’s performance. The loss to Winter...

RONNIE MOORE POWERS SEMINOLE PAST DELAND

RONNIE MOORE POWERS SEMINOLE PAST DELAND

Max Schuman, Sports Editor

November 19, 2012


Filed under Sports

The Seminole High School varsity football team defeated DeLand, 26-12, in the first round of the Class 8A state playoffs on Friday. The win came on the back of star senior Ronnie Moore, who was pressed into action as the team's starting quarterback for the first time this season after sophomore Horonadis...

FROM SENIOR TO FRESHMAN: RECRUITS WEIGH ALL POSSIBLE OPTIONS

FROM SENIOR TO FRESHMAN: RECRUITS WEIGH ALL POSSIBLE OPTIONS

Andrew Miller, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2012


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Recruiting in high school comes paired with a sense of excitement. It is typically the first time in young adults’ lives when they are sought after for one of their talents, which can be an unfamiliar but nonetheless rewarding experience. Students all around the country are working hard day and...

RIOTS REDEFINE COMPETITIVENESS

RIOTS REDEFINE COMPETITIVENESS

Andrew Miller, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2012


Filed under Sports

Sports have always been fun to watch because they give fans a reason to cheer. Bragging rights drive viewers into a very competitive mindset, and the satisfaction of rooting a team on to victory makes watching the game worthwhile enough in its own right. Recently, however, breakouts of riots at sporting events...

FOOTBALL SEASON RECAP, OFFERS EXCITEMENT

FOOTBALL SEASON RECAP, OFFERS EXCITEMENT

Andrew Miller, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2012


Filed under Sports

After much anticipation, football season has kicked off. Whether it’s college or professional, there is surely an excited fan base somewhere cheering their team on. An anonymous student stated, “I’m always excited when football season comes back around, and these first few weeks haven’t disapp...

DWIGHTMARE OVER: MAGIC LOOK TO MOVE ON, REBUILD AFTER HOWARD

DWIGHTMARE OVER: MAGIC LOOK TO MOVE ON, REBUILD AFTER HOWARD

Max Schuman, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2012


Filed under Sports

After eight years, six playoff appearances, and a berth in the NBA Finals in 2009, the Dwight Howard era in Orlando has come to a close. The star center was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in a four-team deal. The Magic sent out Chris Duhon, Jason Richardson, and Earl Clark as a part of the deal;...

LEBRON JAMES LEADS TEAM TO 4-1 SERIES VICTORY

LEBRON JAMES LEADS TEAM TO 4-1 SERIES VICTORY

Andrew Miller, Staff Reporter

August 27, 2012


Filed under Sports

A young Oklahoma City Thunder team led by Kevin Durant simply could not keep up with Lebron James and company of the Miami Heat in the 2012 NBA Finals. Ironically, the Heat got hot at just the perfect time and paved their way through the Knicks, Pacers, Celtics, and ultimately the Thunder to complete...

WOMEN TAKE CHARGE AT OLYMPIC GAMES

WOMEN TAKE CHARGE AT OLYMPIC GAMES

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2012


Filed under Sports

The Olympic games have a long and illustrious history, stretching back from Ancient Greece. During this period of time, however, participation in the Ancient Olympic Games was limited to male athletes only. The only way women were able to take part was to enter horses in the equestrian events. The...

SHOOTING HOOPS ACROSS SEMINOLE

SHOOTING HOOPS ACROSS SEMINOLE

Nakeisha Lyon, Business Manager

April 16, 2012


Filed under Sports

One team, one goal, one dream: Arrow Force 20. Led by Coach Bob Traina, the Boys Varsity Basketball team is making sparks on the basketball court one three-pointer at a time.  With a 47.1 point average per game, one of Seminole’s finest teams dominated its competitors during its 2011-2012 season. The 'Nol...

WATER POLO SEASON WASHES OVER SEMINOLE

WATER POLO SEASON WASHES OVER SEMINOLE

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

April 16, 2012


Filed under Sports

Water polo may seem like a relatively new sport on the world stage but the game itself was invented in the late 19th century in England and Scotland, where water sports were a feature of county fairs and festivals. Men’s water polo was among the first team sports to be introduced at the modern Olympics...

HOWARD ASKS FOR TRADE AS RUMORS SWIRL

HOWARD ASKS FOR TRADE AS RUMORS SWIRL

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2012


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Dwight Howard is considered to be one of the best players to play for the Magic since Shaquille O’Neal and is even considered to be the “franchise player” for the Orlando Magic. The playoff success and championship chances of the Orlando Magic are said to rest upon Dwight’s wide shoulders, and...

TIM TEBOW INSPIRES FAITH, CONTROVERSY IN FOOTBALL

TIM TEBOW INSPIRES FAITH, CONTROVERSY IN FOOTBALL

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2012


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Tim Tebow was never expected to amount to much. As the well-known story goes, his mother was advised to have an abortion due to danger from a placental abruption. She refused to do so and on August 14, 1987, Timothy Richard Tebow was born. He attended Nease High School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida where...