A Miami high school team stranded in Vegas by Hurricane Irma gets an assist from the Dolphins | TheSpec.com

Thanks to the Miami Dolphins, the members of a Miami high school football team are headed home nearly a week after scoring a big upset in Las Vegas.

Dolphins players stepped up Thursday, paying for lodging and transportation for the 69 Miami Central players, coaches and administrators forced by Hurricane Irma to remain in Las Vegas after Friday’s 24-20 victory over defending three-time national champion Bishop Gorman High School.

“I’m ecstatic because anytime you see an organization like the Dolphins think about and take care of a high school team like ourselves, that’s amazing,” Central Coach Roland Smith, a 1991 Dolphins draft pick, told the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero.

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