RHStoday

Baseball falls 7-0 in South Tampa rivalry against Plant

Baseball falls 7-0 in South Tampa rivalry against Plant

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

February 21, 2018


Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

Last season, the Knights fell 3-2 to the Panthers. The year before that, they lost 6-5. But this Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the first game of the season, the Knights weren't able to keep up like they had in the past, taking the shut out 7-0. "Plant is as strong as they've ever been; they have a ridiculously...

ProBowl Photo Gallery

ProBowl Photo Gallery

Jules Whitaker, Staff Writer

February 3, 2018


Filed under Flag Football, Pro Sports, Sports

Robinson's tackle and flag-football teams participated in this years Pro Bowl Weekend, held on Saturday, Jan. 27. Read more about their experience on page 7 of Knight Writers issue 3. ...

A practice with Earnest Byner

A practice with Earnest Byner

Abigail Meyer, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018


Filed under Flag Football, News, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

With one minute left in the AFC championship game in 1987, Cleveland Brown's runningback, Earnest Byner, fumbled the ball-- one yard away from tying the game. The Denver Broncos went on to win 38-33. Byner's mistake came to be known as "the fumble" and is one of the most infamous plays in NFL...

Knights win second consecutive state championship over Miami Edison

Knights win second consecutive state championship over Miami Edison

Isabel Hanewicz, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2017


Filed under Flag Football, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

In a repeat of last year, Robinson's flag football team secured the FHSAA 1A state title with a 28-6 win over Miami Edison. The FHSAA State Championship, held at Gainesville's Citizens Field, marked the Knights' third state title in four years. "I told the team today, winning isn't the only goal,...

Shot putter places at states, aims higher next season

Shot putter places at states, aims higher next season

Cilicia Anderson, Staff Writer

May 17, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports, Track and Field

Coming from Camp Zama, Japan, Destiny Thomas ('19) was exposed to Florida's highest level of competition during her first track season at Robinson. “This being my first year at an American school, coming from overseas, states was extremely competitive like I've never seen before and it's great...

Weekly recap: 5/1-5/5

Weekly recap: 5/1-5/5

Macy McClintock, sports editor

May 7, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Flag Football, Softball, Sports, Spring Sports

  Baseball: Hoping to advance to the 6A-8 District Finals and the regional tournament, the Knights faced the Jefferson Tigers on Tuesday, May 2. Dead bats led to a 2-1 loss and the end of the season for the Knights. Click here to read the story. Flag Football: The Knights defeated Blake...

Slow offense leads to 2-1 loss

Slow offense leads to 2-1 loss

Macy McClintock, sports editor

May 4, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports

With a five-game losing streak and the end of the season on the line, the Knights faced Jefferson on Tuesday, May 2, in the 6A-8 District Semifinals. Offense proved to be the downfall of the Knights, who lost 2-1. “Our kids played relaxed, we played well, we just couldn’t seem to get the hit when...

Baseball falls 10-2 on senior night

Baseball falls 10-2 on senior night

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

April 23, 2017


Filed under Baseball, Sports, Spring Sports

For the first two innings of Thursday’s senior night matchup against Wharton (12-8), it seemed as if the Knights (11-11) were going to break their losing streak. However, after two controversial balks called on Peter Feinman (’17) in the third, allowing the Wildcats to score two runs, Wharton took...

Girls tennis secures back-to-back district championships

Girls tennis secures back-to-back district championships

Sarah Jennewein, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017


Filed under Sports, Spring Sports, Tennis

This past Monday, April 10, the girls tennis team won the 2A district competition for the second year in a row, beating Academy of the Holy Names with a score of 19-14. Elliot Peterson (’19) placed first in singles, and Peterson and Ashley Osiason (’18) won doubles. “It was great,” Osiason...

Unconventional methods put senior night on track

Unconventional methods put senior night on track

Macy McClintock, Sports Editor

April 13, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Spring Sports, Track and Field

Due to scheduling conflicts, the boys and girls track teams were unable to host a meet at home this season, but that eliminated the possibility of senior night to honor the graduating class. To resolve this, the track team hosted an intra-squad meet and senior night on Tuesday, April 11 at Robinson...

The student news site of Robinson High School
Spring Sports