Even without starting quarterback Treon Harris, who missed the game with an injury, Monsignor Pace High was still no match for the No. team in the nation, Booker T. Washington, as the Tornadoes destroyed the Spartans 49-7 in the two teams’ first district game. Last week, the Tornadoes engineered a running game that Pace didn’t have an answer for, rushing for a total 180 yards on 15 carries and scoring four running...

OLL boys JV basketball has 4-0 season record

Sports Friday, October 4, 2013

  Our Lady of the Lakes junior varsity boys basketball team is now 4-1 on the season keeping them at first place in the All Catholic Conference Northern Division. On September 16, the team defeated St. Rose of Lima 31-26 with great offensive play by 6th-grader Justin Quintana and rebounding by 6th-grader Darley Charles. On September 18, the Cheetahs defeated St. John the Apostle 42-17 with great play by 6th-graders Adrian Carballo and...
  Don Shula's Golf Club is hosting the 14th Annual Golf Scramble and Steak Dinner on Saturday, October 5. The event is open to all golfers, who will get a chance to play the newly renovated Senator course. This event is a four-person scramble with a choice of steak or seafood dinner to follow. Players are welcome to enter as foursomes or be paired with other entrants. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams, the last place team,...

Intensity Dancers' Studio praises three longtime students

Sports By R.A. Romero, The Miami Laker staff Friday, October 4, 2013

  Intensity Dancer's Studio is celebrating the achievements of students Jeanelle Gomez, who was selected as one of 24 dancers to join the Miami Heat Dancers team for the 2013-2014 season, and Kandis Terry and Katie Camero, who completed an intensive program with the Rockettes, a New York based dance group. Gomez, daughter of Miami Lakes residents Teresita and Jose Gomez, was selected out of over 500 dancers who auditioned for a spot on...
  Monsignor Pace High School was one of only two local area football teams to record wins this past weekend as the Spartans trounced Inlet Grove of Riviera Beach 69-0. Sparked by three passing and three running touchdowns, two interception returns for scores, a kickoff return for a score and a punt return for a touchdown, the Spartans were far ahead by halftime, the second half was regulated by a running clock. Pace remains undefeated...
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