The best sport moments for Morton East Students


Freddy Hernandez

February 4, 2021
The best sport moments was the moment of silence for BLM for Morton East students.

In a random survey of 50 Morton East students, 50% said the best sport moment this year was the moment of silence they took before the game for BLM. According to “Chicago tribune” by author Mark Long, “Nearly 200 players took the field for an 8 minute and, 46 second moment of silence to protest racial injustice before major league soccer’s return.”


“These players are showing that they respect the BLM protests. In sports there is no room for racism. We play with different color people all the time and we are all the same no matter the color skin you are.” Senior Aldo Gomes said.


Liverpool comeback in champions league came in second with 20 percent of the votes. According to “ The Wall Street journal” by Joshua Robinson,” 3-0 down after the first leg of the champions league semifinal, Liverpool won 4-0 to overturn its first-leg deficit and deliver the most jaw dropping performance of the European season.”


“This was a historic moment in football history, all the odds were against them and they managed to make one of the biggest comeback ever.” Senior Jose Gamboa said.


Michael Jordan’s final shot in bulls uniform came in third with 15% of the votes. According to “ Cbssports” By Jack Maloney,” He stole the ball from Karl Malone, then came down the floor and drilled the game-winning jumper over Bryon Russell. The last shot of “The Last Dance,” it immediately became one of the most iconic plays in basketball history.”


“Not only did he win the game, he made his last shot with the bulls and at that moment he became the best player in basketball history and he will always be remembered.” Senior Jiovanni Cruz said.

The sport moment with the least amount of votes was Sergio Aguero last minute winner.

“ not a lot of people watch soccer but this was a historical moment in soccer. They needed to win this game for them to win the title and they did it in that last minute.” Senior Jorge Delgado said.