Sports




The normality behind adaptive basketball

By Lauren Montano On a late Thursday night in Jacksonville, the Brook’s Rehabilitation center basketball court is abuzz with action. Players either in blue or white jerseys played a scrimmage against one another, yelling, laughing, high-fiving each other with every basket. It seems like a…



Andrea Fernandez Making Her Mark on Women’s Soccer

By Hannah Duffey The love for soccer started at age five when Andrea Fernandez was dabbling around with different sports, trying to find one that stuck with her.   “Soccer in Spain is much more technical and tactical, while in these leagues, the physical is much…


The Flagler football community

By Lexi Ray When you say football or soccer in the United States people instantly think about MLS, FIFA, and now Messi. However, for Toby McCallum, 21, football is a community and an escape from everything else in his life. Football is game like no…


Heartbreak and sport: Why do we keep coming back?

By Nicholas Leo  Winning 24-14 at halftime of the Super Bowl, I start another Eagles chant and down the rest of my beer. I’m surrounded by a sea of green at South-A-Philly in downtown St. Augustine, chest-bumping the owner and halfway through a cheesesteak. Two…


Eagles Flock South, Force Bucs to Walk Plank

By Nicholas Leo TAMPA, Fla — Four hours before Monday Night Football kicked off, Philadelphia Eagles fans stormed into steaming hot parking lots from across the country to do what they so often do: Make an opponents stadium look like South Broad Street. The flood…