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The CMA volleyball team started the season 8-0. Team members include (left to right): Dashayla Walker, Jahnae Collins, Myesha Burnett, Nya Cox, Kai White, Akira St. Cyr-Brown and Janelle Moses.

Best Season Yet for CMAs 2016 Volleyball Team?

The Communications Media & Arts Lady Pharaohs volleyball team are on a roll this year.  "I feel we had the proper coaching this year," said junior Niya Cox. The CMA volleyball coach says his style has not changed, but the girls themselves have changed. “Oh, nothing has changed in the way I coach," he said.

Senior setterCasey McGlory gets ready to serve.

Lady Crusaders’ volleyball team believes in teamwork

Coach Michele Lewis-Watts and the Crusaders’ volleyball team are working hard to have a successful season.  Lewis has been coaching and producing leaders for 10 years.  “I believe that sports is an excellent way for girls in particular to learn a lot of things whether that’s leadership or how strong they can be,” said Lewis.  “The goal is always to help each player get better on and off the court.” The team has many wins this season because of the talent on the team.  Their current record is 7-1.

Senegal, Africa native Ndeye Rose Fall will play for Hampton University.

The Rose that grew from the concrete

Last year, Cass Tech girls basketball team played Detroit Country Day during the regular season, and Senegal, Africa native Ndeye Rose Fall’s competitive spirit kicked in. When Fall was a sophomore and played for Consortium High School, her team lost to Country Day.

From left to right: Christian Jones, Phillip Wade, Evan Rogers and Branden Davis practice the blind exchange at track practice.

Speed Demons: Douglass track team has recording-breaking season

All records are meant to be broken as the saying goes. Some records tend to seem unbreakable because of how far they seem to be. Through the excellent coaching of Frederick Douglass English teacher Nathan Tedford and dean of students Saleem Shaheed, the school has broken its own records in over five different categories.

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