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  • Dolphins alumni to hand out Perfect Season caps

     
    Former Dolphins will be handing out the commemorative hats for the 40th anniversary celebration of the 1972 undefeated season at Sunday???s home opener. Among them are several members of the team from the Perfect Season team, including Howard...
  • Going into his 40th season, Mike Smith is still the King of Queen Street

    HAMPTON -- Let's see, what else was in the news that day? President Nixon Promises 'New Prosperity' … Busing, Integration Get Off To Peaceful Start … Harmon Killebrew's Grand Slam Leads Twins Over A's … ABC To Air Jackson 5ive Cartoon. Closer to home,...
  • Another milestone: Mike Smith approaches his 500th game

    Another milestone: Mike Smith approaches his 500<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> game
    What many have forgotten, if they knew in the first place, is how poorly it began. In Mike Smith's first game as Hampton High's head coach, the Crabbers were beaten 24-13 by First Colonial. In his second, Hampton lost 32-14 to Ferguson. Think about it....
  • Late Jim Mandich to enter Miami Dolphins Honor Roll Sunday

    Late Jim Mandich to enter Miami Dolphins Honor Roll Sunday
    Former Miami Dolphins player and broadcaster Jim Mandich will be inducted into the team's Honor Roll on Sunday. Mandich, who died in May after a lenghty battle with bile duct cancer, will be the 22nd member of the Dolphin Honor Roll. Previous inductees...
  • State, fed investigate South Fla lawmaker

     
    State and federal authorities are investigating allegations that state Rep. Hazelle Rogers failed to disclose payments she received for lobbying for a construction company before voting to award it a contract to build a library and cultural center....
  • Latest Broward campaign reports: Big loans and church offerings

     
    Broward Commissioner Sue Gunzburger has loaned herself $100,000 to fend off the well-financed challenge of former state senator Steve Geller. Challenger Barbara Sharief has loaned herself $95,200 to battle establishment favorite Angelo Castillo in the...
  • Celebrating milestones for Beamer, Phoebus, Hampton

    <big>Celebrating milestones for Beamer, Phoebus, Hampton</big>
    We celebrate milestone birthdays and anniversaries. We strive for milestone GPAs and salaries. But nothing does milestones like sports. Some are seasonal, others career. But the numbers are indelible. Baseball's 3,000 hits, football's 2,000 yards and...
  • HU football clinic features Stephenson, Sexton

    The 2011 Hampton University football coaches' clinic will take place on April 1 and feature NFL Hall of Fame offensive lineman Dwight Stephenson, a graduate of Hampton High who played with the Miami Dolphins from 1980-1987, as well as St. Louis Rams...
  • Excalibur Award honors business leaders

    Excalibur Award honors business leaders
    Advertising innovator Jordan Zimmerman, franchiser Ray Titus, entertainment expert Laurie Silvers and commercial builder Dwight Stephenson were named 2010 winners of the Sun Sentinel Excalibur Awards on Thursday evening. The awards, which have recognized...
  • Mike Smith honored for coaching Hampton's football team for 40 years

    Mike Smith honored for coaching Hampton's football team for 40 years
    Wearing flip-flops and a backwards cap, Mike Smith wasn't dressed to be the guest of honor. And until the very last second — when his expression changed from "what the …?" to "are you kidding me?" — he didn't know he was. It was a...
  • Former Hampton Crabber Chris Hanburger an Accidental Hall of Famer

    Former Hampton Crabber Chris Hanburger an Accidental Hall of Famer
    Chris Hanburger had never played organized football before enrolling at Hampton High in the summer of 1957. After four days of practice with the Crabbers, he wanted to quit. "I was done," he says. "I was so sore I could hardly move." Teammates and...
  • Hampton's Lydell Washington becomes "quarterback of the offensive line"

    It was 10 years ago, give or take, and the rec league coach needed someone to snap the ball. And, kids being kids, nobody wanted to do anything that didn't involve throwing, running or catching. So Lydell Washington volunteered. That's how a kid with...