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Sports Cast 5/26

Sports Cast for May 26th:

Baron Stuart was named the pitcher of the year for the Brahman baseball team this week. Stuart was slowed by an illness late in the year but still finished his high school career strong. He says he will have a lot of great memories about playing high school ball. Stuart will be the third Brahman ever to pitch in the Florida Athletic Coaches Association games this weekend in Lakeland.

He has been throwing bullpens and getting back into shape so he can perform well.

Stuart will pitch for South Florida State College in Avon Park next year.

On the sports schedule tonight, Pahokee football holds their spring game at home against Lake Worth with kickoff at 7 pm.

Sports Cast 5/25

Sports Cast for May 25th:

Zachary Kielbasa won the Brahman Award for the boys’ basketball team this year. He is one of the top students in his class with a perfect 4.9.  He was also a good leader in practice and games. Kielbasa says the Brahman Award was a great way to end his career. He also prided himself on always being ready to produce whether he started or came off the bench. He plans to attend the University of Florida and study engineering.

There are no sports events scheduled today.

Sports Cast 5/24

Sports Cast for May 24th:

Daniel Shelley was named the Most Improved wrestler for the Brahman wrestling team this year. The senior only joined the team this year but quickly moved into the lineup and made a difference for the team this year. Shelley says his biggest regret was not wrestling for four years in high school.

He says a visit to a wrestling match sparked an interest in him for the sport. He wrestled at 160 pounds. He says he did have growing pains but made quick progress

Shelley was also MVP for the boys cross country team over the past four years and was a two time district champion in boys track.

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Sports Cast 5/23

Sports Cast for May 23rd:

Hunter Sills took home the Brahman Award for boys’ cross country this year. He had a personal best, 1,722 seconds at the state finals this past fall. He says that was a great memory for him.

The cross-country team has gone to state in back to back years.

Sills says the Brahman Award was a great way to end his career.

Hunter plans to attend Indian River State College and transfer to the University of Florida to study horticulture research.

The annual Brahman baseball banquet will be held tonight at 6:30 in the High school cafeteria.

Sports Cast 5/19

Sports Cast for May 19th: 

Demetrius Clark won the Co-MVP Award for Brahman basketball this year. The senior surpassed 1 thousand points for his career and averaged over 17 points a game, and 4.3 rebounds. He also helped the team qualify for regional play in back to back years. Clark says he never had to be pushed to play basketball.

He will continue his playing career at John Phillips College in Border Texas next year. He says he will have great memories of his playing days at OHS

Glades Day held off Miami LaSalle 29-22 in their spring classic football game last night.

Tonight Glades Central travels to Palm Beach Gardens for their spring game.

Moore Haven hosts their spring football game on Saturday at 6 pm.

Sports Cast 5/17

Sports Cast for May 17th:

Shytria Ash won the Prestige Award at the Lady Brahman girls basketball banquet. The senior forward says she was glad to be a part of a team that won 32 games in the past two years. She says she hopes the younger girls keep winning games by working hard all year. Ash was known for her defense and toughness in the paint and says she always wanted to give maximum effort.

Ash plans to join the United States Air Force after graduation.

The sports schedule today includes Moore Haven vs Lakeland Christian in the Class 3A softball semifinals at Dodger Town in Vero Beach at 4:50 pm.

Glades Day meets Aucilla Christian in another state semifinal in Class 2 A at 10:30 this morning.

Sports Cast 5/16

Sports Cast for May 16th:

Shaquoy Ferrol was named Co-MVP for the Brahman boys’ basketball team this year. The senior also earned a scholarship to attend Frank Phillips College in Borger, Texas to play basketball.

Ferrol said he appreciated the trophy and playing with his friends and teammates. Ferrol averaged over 21 points and 9 and a half rebounds per game this year.

He says now he must take the challenge to maximize his potential and play four years in college. Ferrol earned All-State designation as a junior but did not make it this year.

No school sports scheduled today in Okeechobee.

Sports Cast 5/15

Sports Cast for May 15th:

Okeechobee lost to both Vero Beach and Sebastian River at the spring jamboree football game held Friday. Vero Beach defeated Okeechobee 28-10 and Sebastian defeated Okeechobee 14-7 in the shortened games.

Kysell Richardson ran for a 15 yard touchdown against Vero Beach, and Jarrett Mills hit a 40 yard field goal.

Lamar Williams ran for a six yard touchdown against Sebastian.

Coach Chris Branham says his team will have some growing pains but they can improve and put a competitive team on the field this fall. Branham says his passing game looked good but pass protection will have to improve. There are no sports events today at Okeechobee High School.

Sports Cast 5/12


Sports Cast for May 12th:

The Braham football defensive unit might be the strongest unit on the team next fall. Defensive coordinator Tyrone Smith says several younger players have been impressive this spring

The Brahmans are also switching to a 3-4 defense as they have less size, but more speed and agility on the defense this year. Linebacker Lindsey Major has made a bid to be a starter this year as he comes up from the JV. He says he’s soaking all the coaching in this spring

Okeechobee plays the spring jamboree tonight at Sebastian River.  Okeechobee takes on the Sharks for one quarter and then Vero Beach for one quarter.

Okeechobee was well represented in the first go around of the florida high school rodeo finals last night.

Z-mann Zamora won the tie down calf roping and McKenna Hickson won the breakaway roping.

The rodeo continues at 7 pm tonight and Saturday at the Ag Civic Center.

Sports Cast 5/11

Sports Cast for May 11th:

Kysell Richardson is excited to get the chance to be the Brahman starting QB this spring. With Logan Etherton away at baseball, Richardson has stepped in and performed well. He says he’s pleased with how he’s performed. If Richardson plays QB, the team needs to find another wide receiver to take his place.  He led the team in receptions last year.

Coach Chris Branham says Richardson is a gifted receiver but was always a capable QB.

The Brahmans take on Vero Beach and Sebastian River tomorrow night in Sebastian in a jamboree.  Okeechobee will play Sebastian for a half and then Vero Beach for two quarters.

The state high school finals rodeo begins tonight at the Ag Civic Center.

The Okeechobee county schools track meet is also today at Okeechobee High School.

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