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Matthew LeVay

Matthew is currently a senior, majoring in telecommunications with a minor in business administration.

Feature: Bolles Football Continues Success in Post-Rogers Era

There’s no denying the competitiveness and popularity of high school football within the state of Florida. Year-in and year-out, talented players from around the state will sign their letters of intent to play for universities across the nation. The state houses some of the most successful high school programs in …

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Miami Heat Fall in Cleveland Against Familiar Faces

Following victories over Minnesota and Chicago, the Miami Heat (10-10) would drop their first game of their four-game road trip across the northern part of the country. Former Miami stars Dwyane Wade and LeBron James would outlast their old team as the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Heat 108-97. Top Performers …

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CFP Rankings: Three SEC Teams Remain Near the Top

Following previously-ranked No. 1 Georgia’s loss to Auburn and undefeated Miami’s dominating victory over former No. 3 Notre Dame, shakeup at the top of the College Football Playoff rankings was sure to come. With the release of the rankings’ newest edition on Tuesday night, two new teams have emerged in …

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NFL Trade Deadline Recap

With nearly half of the 2017 NFL regular season in the books, teams are either satisfied with their progress or hoping to make changes. With the trade deadline on Tuesday, it would be the last chance for teams to make moves and test their players on the market. So, what …

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World Series: Dodgers Defeat Astros in Game 1

Record-breaking temperatures, quick finishes and stellar pitching would headline Game 1 of the World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros. With temperatures peaking at 103 degrees, the Dodgers defeated the Astros 3-1 in scorching Los Angeles heat to take a 1-0 series lead. How it happened The …

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NBA: Gordon Hayward Injured as Cavaliers Top Celtics on Opening Night

Excitement filled Quicken Loans Arena as the Cleveland Cavaliers prepared to face the Boston Celtics on opening night of the 2017-18 NBA season. Both teams enter the season with new additions to their roster and hopes of competing for a championship. All eyes were fixed on Celtics guard Kyrie Irving …

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U.S. Men’s National Team Eliminated from 2018 World Cup

The United States men’s national team has been eliminated from the 2018 World Cup following a 2-1 loss to Trinidad & Tobago on Tuesday night. The defeat, along with Honduras’ 3-2 win over Mexico and Panama’s 2-1 victory over Costa Rica, places the U.S. fifth in CONCACAF’s Hexagonal round, ending …

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MLB Playoffs: Yankees Top Twins in AL Wild Card Game

The first game of the 2017 Major League Baseball playoffs brought no shortage of excitement. Following a 45-minute first inning and five combined home runs, the New York Yankees would pull away to defeat the Minnesota Twins 8-4 in the American League wild-card game. First Inning Madness The Twins would …

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New York Knicks Seeking Fresh Start

Fewer teams have attracted more buzz over the offseason than the New York Knicks. After parting ways with President Phil Jackson and trading forward Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Knicks look to begin the 2017-18 season with a fresh start. Melo’s Departure Following a barrage of trade …

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