The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

The Student News Site of Cape Coral High School

The Seahawk's Eye

Coach Robert Berkey, Lucy Casto-Waters, Bella Sibbrell, Jenny Jacoby, and Natalee Jones on May 7th at a states track meet located at the University of North Florida

Track reaches the finish line as the season ends

Quinn Borghi and Abby Malloy May 19, 2021

High school sports are a center point for many students' lives, and often build a high school's culture. The most popular ones: football, soccer, basketball, and baseball, get most of the student population’s...

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The cross country team, bowling team, and swim team are all featured on a sports podium.

Fall sports go above and beyond

Mia Johnson, Staff Reporter November 13, 2020

Cape Coral High School’s fall sports teams brought their A-game this season. The Seahawks Cross Country, Bowling, and Swimming/Diving teams all made it to districts and represented the school well. This...

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Cape High football players wear masks and carry buckets for their water bottles to be safely distanced during their September 25th game.

The new world of sports under a pandemic

Jennifer Jacoby, Past Managing Editor November 5, 2020

As most professional sports leagues make their return to play, albeit, with limited fans and forced adherence to strict safety protocols, hundreds of thousands of high school athletes have been waiting...

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Kelvin Manzano practices his freestyle while also remaining a safe distance from his peers.

The swim team continues its legacy

Clare McMillan, Past Features Editor October 29, 2020

Early in the morning, while most Cape Coral residents are sound asleep in their beds, the alarms of 15 students simultaneously ring as the clock strikes four am. With tired eyes and aching muscles, Cape...

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The soccer team celebrates duirng the last pep rally of the 2019-2020 school year.

Soccer starts off with excitement

Mia Johnson, Staff Reporter October 29, 2020

Despite there being uncertainty surrounding high school sports this year due to Covid-19, the expectations for the Cape Coral High School soccer teams are as high as ever as they begin training for the...

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Shane McClanahan pictured in one of many successful games during his time with the University of South Florida.

Former Cape student McClanahan makes history

Joseph Brady, Copy Editor October 22, 2020

As Shane McClanahan stepped out onto the field deep into the San Diego night, it was quite far from what he had daydreamed about as a child. The “roaring fans” were cardboard cutouts, weathered from...

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Students must turn in their athletic gear.

Athletes return gear and receive awards

Kaitlyn Swicegood, Sports Editor May 11, 2020

Due to the coronavirus and the cancellation of school, many student-athletes have been left asking questions such as when and if they will be receiving varsity letters and when they should return their...

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Strength in Numbers: The girls weightlifting team competed together at districts, Alexia Thompson was one of the girls who continued onto regionals.

Pulling their weight through states

Morgan Larkins, Staff Reporter February 28, 2020

It takes an abundance of strength and determination to do something as physical as competitive weightlifting. This year, the girls weightlifting team has put in a degree of commitment never seen before. Weightlifting...

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Moving Forward: Bridget Wawrzyniak prepares to pass the ball.

Players are all Smiley for lacrosse season

Katelyn Bly, Staff Reporter February 28, 2020

The girls on the Seahawk Lacrosse team can't wait to start and are looking forward to a very successful and exciting season. The Lady Seahawks got a new coach this year, Coach Erica Smiley. “Erica Smiley...

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Sophia Mathewson prepares to sing across the field.

Women participating in male-dominated sports

Kaitlyn Swicegood, Sports Editor January 7, 2020

Junior Sophia Mathewson and freshman Jade Huggins are changing the world. They’re challenging the current status quo and not allowing limitations put on them by society to bring them down. They are doing...

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Coach More stands tall every game as he watches the team play.

Coach More does the most

Jeffrey Rodas, Staff Writer January 7, 2020

Throughout his entire life, football has always been his support system, passion, and lifestyle. From throwing the ball with his father to coaching young teenagers, football has always been at the center....

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A diver flips in the air.

Off-season doesn’t mean no season

Kaitlyn Swicegood, Sports Editor December 31, 2019

Many argue that the off-season is the most important phase in a conditioning plan for any specific sport. While it is important to get quality time to rest, it is also important to start training as soon...

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