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Revolution

Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

Clinisha Bannis, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013


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Freedom football players ended their last home game for the season with a bang against Wiregrass high school, wining 33-13. They have worked hard this season to truly find all the puzzle pieces, and the homecoming game was when they truly worked together as a family. “It was awesome, the bo...

Big Papi Leads Red Sox to World Series Victory

Big Papi Leads Red Sox to World Series Victory

Tommy Capobianco, Staff Writer

November 5, 2013


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The Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 in game six of the 109th World Series last Wednesday night. This win gave Boston their third World Series title since 2003. This year was a big change in pace for the Red Sox, who only won 69 games and ended the season on an eight-game losing str...

The 12th Man

The 12th Man

Clinisha Bannis, Staff Writer

October 23, 2013


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Our football players have been working hard on the field and in the classroom. They have realized that to keep their head in the game they have to keep their nose in the books. To be able to get their helmet and jersey, football team members need a 2.0 GPA. The ability to multitask between school, work,...

Swim Team Makes Waves

Swim Team Makes Waves

Alan Ruiz and Megan Ghillyer

October 16, 2013


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Our swim team has been very successful this season. The amount of effort the girls and boys team puts in every day is extraordinary. In a competitive swim district, they have to work hard to keep winning. “We have two hour practices. We do an hour and thirty minutes in the pool, then thirty minutes...

Rays’ Cinderella Story Comes to Devastating End

Rays’ Cinderella Story Comes to Devastating End

Tommy Capobianco

October 11, 2013


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The Tampa Bay Rays’ playoff run ended Tuesday night after they lost to the Boston Red Sox 3-1. Game four of the American League Divisional Series was a frustrating end for the Rays who were outscored by their opponents 27-11 in the four games they played. Rays’ starter Jeremy Hellickson was yanked...

Throwing It Down

Throwing It Down

Kevin Chow, Staff Writer

October 8, 2013


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Wrestling is a sport at Freedom High School, that unlike other sports, doesn’t get much recognition. In fact, wrestling's popularity is so in question that the Olympic Committee has debated on the sport's inclusion in the coming years. The underappreciated and overlooked sport is much more than...

Righting the Pirate Ship

Righting the Pirate Ship

Nikhil Chari, News Editor

October 7, 2013


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The 2013-2014 NFL season was supposed to be the year where Josh Freeman completed his transformation into an elite quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He had thrown for 27 touchdowns and 17 interceptions last season and was looking to build upon his previous success. During this regular season,...

USF Football

USF Football

Jon Heidenberg, Features Editor

October 4, 2013


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In 2007, the University of South Florida's football team started the season ranked second in the country. The team, headed by Jim Leavitt, became one of the fastest growing football programs in the NCAA. In 2010, Leavitt reportedly struck a player in the locker room during a game against Louisville,...

Major League Injustice

Major League Injustice

Tommy Capobianco, Staff Writer

October 3, 2013


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Baseball has been America’s favorite pastime since its creation in the late 1800’s. Many boys all over the country dream of donning the jersey of their favorite team and taking the field with their favorite players. At the center of this great game is Major League Baseball or the MLB, the highest...

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