Miami Dolphins Players Help Miami Central High Recover From Hurricane Irma

Source: Miami Herald

Miami Dolphins players spent the week of Sept. 10 practicing in California due to Hurricane Irma. When news reached the players that Miami Central High’s football team was basically stranded and financially strapped in Las Vegas because Irma ruined scheduled travel plans, the local professional team decided to provide aid for the local prep team.

Dolphins players are paying for lodging and transportation costs for the Central traveling party of 69 players, coaches and administrators — costs that had rocketed for Central to multiple tens of thousands of dollars.

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