A new youth softball league created by a Parkland couple this past year just finished up their first season. With nearly double the interest than expected, the league is ready for year number two.
Parkland native Meghan King has not just gone on to the Florida State Seminoles to become one of the best pitchers for the reigning national champions, she has become one of the best pitchers in the entire country.
The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Lady Eagles softball team finished the regular season in a very unique way: with a record of 11-10. However, at conference they finished with a perfect 8-0 record.
Parkland native Andrew Peeke has officially signed a professional contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
It’s common for a father to coach his son throughout little league and travel ball. However, it’s unlikely for that connection to last throughout high school.
The Florida Panthers continue to assist in the recovery after the mass shooting in Parkland with their donation of $35,100 to multiple Marjory Stoneman Douglas nonprofits
The actual Dance Marathon may only last a day, but Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have spent countless hours fundraising.
World Series champion Anthony Rizzo returns to Parkland for his foundation’s Sixth Annual Walk off for Cancer and registration is now open for the December 3 event.
World Series champion Anthony Rizzo returns to Parkland for his foundation’s Sixth Annual Walk off for Cancer and registration is now open for the December event.
Over 500 children will have one woman to thank – along with her many friends, for organizing a large backpack drive for children in need.
To earn the honor of the Eagle Award at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, it takes a very special student. Not only are they successful in several subjects….
Baseball camp in Parkland is now open for registration for all kids between the ages of 6-13.
For the second year in a row, the top cadet in Broward County was awarded to a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school.