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Mikah Combs

Mikah Combs, Photographer

Mikah Combs is a 17-year-old senior at South Broward High School. Ever since she was very young, she has had a love for taking pictures. That long for photography brought her to take multiple photography classes, including photojournalism.

Combs grew up in the same house for her entire life, located in Hollywood, Florida. She believes this has caused her to dislike change.

Aside from photography, Combs' hobbies include rodeo, volleyball, and figure skating, a sport she competed in for ten years. One of the hardest decisions she has made was giving up skating to be able to play volleyball.

Her favorite music genre is country, as that is what she was raised on.

Combs is one of the many students who has a hard time with not being in class.

"Looking at a computer screen can be very damaging to the eyes, and I already have bad vision," said Combs.

She hopes to go back to school soon, so she and her friends will have a senior year and possibly a volleyball season.

Combs and her family have a shared motto that they live by: "Be yourself and don't let anyone change that."

In middle school, Combs really cared about what people were saying to her and behind her back, and that motto carried her through that hard time. Now, she is true to herself and doesn't listen to the negative comments.

"I just want to live the best life that I can. I can't do that when I listen to the people who give me hate" Combs said.

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While sitting on the bench anxiously waiting to be subbed onto the field, the South Broward soccer team supports the players who are on the field. The SBHS boys soccer team played Everglades high school in the playoffs on February 5th.

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March 1, 2021
SBHS senior, Justin Meyer, number 23,  takes his shot at scoring a goal. The teams went back and fourth in front of the goal, but in the end, it was the winning goal! As one of the last games of the condensed season, it's all or nothing.

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March 1, 2021
Chi Chow, number 11,  attempts to take the ball out of the crowd of players. Being swarmed by both South Broward's team and Everglades' team, the pressure is on. He hoped to take possession of the ball to score a goal.

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March 1, 2021
SBHS senior, David Diaz, is setting up to take his shot with a free kick. The free kick was given to South Broward because North Miami fouled. Diaz has been playing soccer for 13 years. COVID-19 has impacted the soccer season greatly.

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March 1, 2021
Two Everglades defenders approach the SBHS goal, but the defenders are not letting them score.  South Broward's defenders did their job well, allowing for SBHS to bring the ball back to the other end of the field.

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March 1, 2021
SBHS senior, Chi Chow, is stealing the ball from his opponent. As a striker, he did this hoping to score a goal. Chow's strategy worked well, as South Broward won the game with two goals.

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March 1, 2021
Kellen Cruz, SBHS junior, punts the ball as far away from the goal as he can. He had to deliver the ball to his teammates, in hopes that they would score a goal at the other end of the field.

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March 1, 2021
The SBHS boys soccer team takes time to discuss their game plan. While going against North Miami in the semi-finals, they had to come up with a strategy to bring the team to the playoffs. Their strategy worked, as South Broward's boys soccer team moved on to the playoffs.

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March 1, 2021
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