THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

USA BASKETBALL TEAM FACES OFF AGAINST WORLD

USA BASKETBALL TEAM FACES OFF AGAINST WORLD

Adrian De Guzman, Reporter

September 27, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

By: Adrian De Guzman, Reporter As the world turns their eyes to watch the basketball World Cup, the USA Basketball Team gets ready to head over to Spain for the higly anticipated event for fans. The team is participating in the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). The tournament consists ...

MO’NE DAVIS THROWS OUT BASEBALL STANDARDS

MO’NE DAVIS THROWS OUT BASEBALL STANDARDS

Paige Fry, Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

By: Paige Fry, Editor-in-Chief 13-year-old Mo’ne Davis is the 18th girl to enter in Little League World Series history, but she is the first girl to strike out boys with her 70 mph fastball. Davis led her team, the Taney Dragons from Philadelphia to the United States' semi-final game. She is on...

EDITORIAL: LEBRON AND JORDAN: WHO ACTUALLY REIGNS?

EDITORIAL: LEBRON AND JORDAN: WHO ACTUALLY REIGNS?

Jose Colon, Reporter

May 8, 2014


Filed under Editorials, Sports

One of the most talked-about topics in sports is the debate over the title of the greatest player of all time in the game of basketball. The two players most often brought up in this debate are Michael Jordan and LeBron James, but there is no doubt that the "The King" (James) is the better of the two. When...

HOMOPHOBIA, BULLYING THREATEN NFL LOCKER ROOMS

HOMOPHOBIA, BULLYING THREATEN NFL LOCKER ROOMS

Robert Blaine, Reporter

May 1, 2014


Filed under Sports

Problems surrounding NFL locker rooms have been elevated to the national spotlight after numerous incidents. Last year, the case of Miami Dolphins' offensive lineman Richie Incognito's bullying fellow lineman Jonathan Martin made headlines. The ensuing case led to Martin's being shipped to San Francisco...

‘NOLES LACROSSE SEASON BRINGS SUCCESSES, ENDS AGAINST LAKE MARY

‘NOLES LACROSSE SEASON BRINGS SUCCESSES, ENDS AGAINST LAKE MARY

Gouthami Gadamsetty, Reporter

April 30, 2014


Filed under Sports

The 2014 lacrosse season brought new victories for the boys' lacrosse team. The boys have had many ups and downs this season. They beat Oviedo, Lake Brantley, and Hagerty for the first time, but their greatest win was against then-unbeaten area powerhouse Lake Brantley. Junior Josh Sacks, who pl...

‘NOLES WATER POLO TRIUMPHS THIS SEASON

‘NOLES WATER POLO TRIUMPHS THIS SEASON

Bobbi Zahn, Managing Editor

April 28, 2014


Filed under Sports

Starting off the season with new talent, the Seminole water polo team has much hope for this season. With one month to go, the teams has a lot to boast about: the girls are 7-2 while the boys are 6-3. “So far, so good," said coach Anthony Ackerson. "We are training hard for the District tourna...

UCONN TOPS KENTUCKY FOR FOURTH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

UCONN TOPS KENTUCKY FOR FOURTH NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Robert Blaine, Reporter

April 8, 2014


Filed under Sports

The seventh-seeded University of Connecticut Huskies captured their fourth national championship in NCAA Men's basketball with a 60-54 victory over the eight-seeded University of Kentucky Wildcats. This was the highest combined seedings of the two teams facing off in the annual championship. Senior point...

CLASS OF 2020 SANFORD BASKETBALL PLAYER COMMITS TO KENTUCKY

CLASS OF 2020 SANFORD BASKETBALL PLAYER COMMITS TO KENTUCKY

Robert Blaine, Reporter

March 31, 2014


Filed under Sports

The following article was published as a part of The Seminole’s 2014 April Fool’s issue! The information, quotations, and other content is completely fictitious and should not be considered a true representation of the school, the administration, or other governing entities. University of Kent...

EDITORIAL: NUMEROUS MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL STARS IMPRESS AS PROSPECTS FOR NBA

EDITORIAL: NUMEROUS MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL STARS IMPRESS AS PROSPECTS FOR NBA

Robert Blaine, Reporter

March 11, 2014


Filed under Editorials, Sports

The 2014 NBA Draft looks to be one of the most talented drafts in recent history—if all underclassmen prospects choose to declare for the draft. With so much talent in NCAA Men's Division I basketball, March Madness should feature many great programs and players. So, who are some of the top NBA prospects...

SEMINOLE VARSITY BASEBALL LOOKS TO BUILD ON STRONG 2013 SEASON

SEMINOLE VARSITY BASEBALL LOOKS TO BUILD ON STRONG 2013 SEASON

Robert Blaine, Reporter

February 12, 2014


Filed under Sports

Seminole High School's varsity baseball team is set to open this season in February. The team is hoping to capitalize on the momentum from last season, despite losing eight seniors to graduation. Last year was the team's first under new a head coach and former Seminole High School graduate, Justin...

EDITORIAL: NEW PRO BOWL FORMAT FAILS TO IMPRESS

EDITORIAL: NEW PRO BOWL FORMAT FAILS TO IMPRESS

Robert Blaine, Reporter

February 11, 2014


Filed under Editorials, Sports

The NFL Pro Bowl has always been the subject of much scrutiny—and rightfully so. This year's Pro Bowl on January 26 just provided further evidence of why football's All-Star Game is a laughingstock. The game has decided to switch to an All-Star fantasy draft with teams being picked by Deion Sanders...

‘NOLES VARSITY TENNIS TEAM TRAINS TOWARDS ANOTHER GREAT SEASON

‘NOLES VARSITY TENNIS TEAM TRAINS TOWARDS ANOTHER GREAT SEASON

Gouthami Gadamsetty, Reporter

February 10, 2014


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Seminole's tennis team's 2014 season started in the beginning of February. With a new members on the team, the team has high hopes. The Varsity Boys' team is currently undefeated, 3-0. Sophomore Naveen Krishnan said, "The season has started off great! We can definitely see first place in our fut...