Jon Santucci, Palm Beach Post FORT LAUDERDALE — With the Class 3M state championship tied at 7 at halftime, St. Thomas Aquinas senior safety King Mack told his team they needed to wake up. Then he went out and gave them the caffeine injection it needed. Mack, a Penn State commit, returned a punt 58…Details
BRIAN’S SONG The late Brian Piccolo was born 79 years ago on Halloween 1943. A 1961 graduate of Central Catholic High School in Fort Lauderdale (now known as St. Thomas Aquinas High School), Piccolo is one of football’s most inspiring stories. Although he was an outstanding football and baseball player in high school, Piccolo’s only…Details
CHASING HISTORY By Sports Information Student Writer: Evan Mukerjee The infamous four peat is at the very fingertips of the St. Thomas Aquinas’ Football team. This would be the first time in school history that they win four consecutive state championships. Before heading into the game a week from today, players were interviewed to see…Details
Cheer shows their spirit to a national audience thanks to ESPN and their coverage of the Geico Kickoff Classic. It’s an opportunity few high schools get, and our team was front and center.
Congratulations to Samuel Collingwood for winning the STATE TITLE in the 50 yard Freestyle. The Raiders picked up several medals in the FHSAA Swimming & Diving State Championships, proving once again that “It’s Great To Be An STA Raider.” Congratulations to all the athletes and coaches for another successful season in the water. Here is…Details