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Sports Cast for October 5th:
Josh Gaines rushed for 117 yards on five carries and caught the 42 yard touchdown pass from Daeshawn Mills on the last play of the first half. He said his team started slowly but got things rolling in the second half.
Mills said he saw an opening in the Brahman defense and was able to hit Gaines in stride in the end zone to change the momentum in the game.
Bubba Fludd threw a touchdown pass to Fred Bradley and rushed for 99 yards in the game. Bradley said when Okeechobee played well in the first half.
Lamar Williams rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown for the Brahmans. Zeke Matthews had an interception for Okeechobee.
This week the Brahmans will host Fort Pierce Westwood.
Moore Haven defeated Evangelical Christian 37-0 to inch closer to a playoff berth in their district.
John Cox had a 20 yard touchdown run to lead the Terriers to a (5-1) record.
Sports Cast for October 2nd:
Okeechobee rallied from a 13 point deficit to defeat Jensen Beach 21-20 in junior varsity football action last night.
Jermaine Moore scored on a five yard run in the final five minutes to put the Brahmans ahead. Earlier he scored on a six yard touchdown run. Mateo Vazquez added a 24 yard touchdown run for Okeechobee.
Moore said his offensive line did a good job of blocking and his team never gave up.
Brahman Coach Jeff Whitlock said he feels the team has exceeded his expectations as they’ve won three consecutive games.
Buster Mond had over 10 tackles, including five for loss. And Wyatt Todd and Jarrett Emmick added interceptions for Okeechobee.
On the sports schedule today, Brahman football visits Heritage Palm Bay as a big underdog tonight. Kickoff on WOKC at 7 pm. Boys golf meets Jensen Beach at Sailfish country club at 3:30, Moore Haven football hosts Evangelical Christian at 7 pm. OHs cross country competes at the Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork Saturday morning and OYFL hosts five games with Lake Wales starting at 9 am tomorrow at Okeechobee high.
Sports Cast for October 1st:
The boys cross country team took fifth place in their division at the Florida Runners Invite in Titusville Saturday. Daniel Shelley returned from injury to finish 21st overall with a time of 18:04. Hunter Sills finished 25th at 18:13.80, Adrian Guerrero finished in 30th place at 18:20.80, Brendan Patterson finished 52nd at 19:03.80, and Gerardo Saucedo in 63rd place at 19:18.70.
Patterson says he feels the cross country team will do well this year. Patterson says every member of the team seems to enjoy themselves and is getting a lot out of the sport this year. The girls team finished in 21st place.
OHS volleyball improved to 8-1 as they swept Bayside and Heritage Palm Bay last night on the road.
On the sports schedule today Yearling travels to Gifford for middle school soccer and volleyball at 4:30, Moore Haven volleyball visits Out of Door Academy at 5 pm. OHS boys golf takes on South Fork and Port St. Lucie at Hammock Creek country club at 3:30, Osceola volleyball and soccer visit Sebastian, OHS volleyball will host Port St. Lucie with JV at 5 and varsity to follow
JV football hosts Jensen Beach tonight at 6 pm. OHS swimmers host Sebring at 5:30 pm Moore Haven JV football hosts Glades Day at 6 pm.
Sports Cast for September 30th:
Osceola got the better of Yearling in volleyball Tuesday 25-18 and 25-18. Ashley Snyder had 11 service points and two kills, and Mattie Garcia added 12 assists. Snyder said a loss to Brighton on Monday really helped the girls to get ready for another rivalry game. Mallorie Thomas added six kills for Osceola.
Coach Lauren Throop said the girls didn’t let Monday’s loss affect them.
Yearling was led by Brienna Brockman who had three kills and three blocks. Cera Elliott had four service points and two aces, and Lillian Henry added five service points. Yearling mercy ruled Osceola in soccer in their match.
Boy’s golf defeats Lincoln Park Academy yesterday to improve to 4-2. Daniel Fulleda led the way with a one over par, 37.
Yearling will host Moore Haven today for volleyball at 4:30 pm.
OHS volleyball takes a trip to Palm Bay tonight and will play two varsity matches, against Heritage at 5 pm and Bayside at 7 pm.
Sports Cast for September 28th:
Yearling played a strong match in a 25-9 and 25-10 defeat of Sebastian on Thursday. Callie Rucks had 10 service points which included four aces in the first game as Yearling Middle School improved to (4-1) on the season.
Kendall Harrison added seven service points and two kills for the Lady Bulls. Brienna Brockman had three kills, and three blocks for YMS. Brockman applauded her teammates for their strong play. Full interview on our Facebook page.
Ashley Bowers added five service points, three ages, four digs and a block for the Lady Bulls. Samantha Ruiz chipped in with four assists and three digs.
Coach Kellyann Campbell said the girls are working hard and are ready for their rivalry match Tuesday. Full interview on our Facebook page.
Yearling soccer tied with Sebastian Middle 2-2 on Thursday.
Moore Haven lost to Community Schools of Naples in a battle of unbeaten 33-14 on Friday to fall to 4-1 on the year.
Pahokee defeated Clewiston 19-14.
Sports Cast for September 24th:
Sean Osceola was the Brahman Award winner for OHS baseball last spring. The sophomore said he tempered his expectations about how he would play last year. Osceola spent the summer playing travel ball in California.
He also represented the US in a tournament held in Cuba. He predicted that would be a memorable experience. Osceola said he expects to be an improved play for the Brahmans this spring.
Boys’ golf swept LaBelle and Clewiston. Daniel Fulleda led the way with a 39.
Osceola volleyball lost 6-2 to Storm Grove.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling volleyball and soccer host Sebastian at 4:30. Moore Haven volleyball hosts out the Door Academy of Sarasota at 5 pm, Lady Brahman golf visits Martin County at Willoughby Golf Club at 3:30, Osceola middle school soccer and volleyball visits Oslo at 4:30, Okeechobee swimmers host John Carroll and Fort Pierce Central at 5 pm, OHS JV football hosts Martin County at 6 pm. Moore Haven JV football hosts Jupiter Christian at 4 pm.
Sports Cast for September 23rd:
Kendall Harrison had 20 service points that included 11 aces as Yearling overwhelmed Oslo, 25-2 and 25-12 in middle school volleyball action Tuesday. Samantha Ruiz had eight assists for the Lady Bulls. Harrison said she felt she was on a roll on the service line.
Yearling had lost on the road at Brighton Middle school on Monday and Coach Kellyann Campbell was interested to see how the team would respond.
Okeechobee bowlers defeated Fort Pierce Westwood Tuesday. Brian Chapman led the boys and Mariah Spelts led the Lady Brahmans.
Yearling soccer defeated the Oslo Wildcats. No sports are scheduled today.
Sports Cast for September 22nd:
The Boys cross country team won the Spanish River Invitational Saturday. Hunter Sills finished third, Brendan Patterson fifth and Adrian Guerrero finished in 12th place for the Brahmans.
Coach A.J Mayernik said he likes what he sees from his team. The Lady Brahmans finished in 7th place at the meet.
Moore Haven football improved to 4-0 as they score 20 points in the first quarter and defeated Marco Island 49-8 last night. The Terriers have a district showdown Friday at community school of Naples.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling volleyball and soccer host Oslo at 4:30. Moore Haven volleyball visits Evangelical Christian with JV at 5 and varsity at 6 pm. OHS bowlers host Westwood at 3:30 pm. Osceola middle school volleyball and soccer host Storm Grove at 4:30 pm. OHS volleyball hosts South Fork with JV at 5 and varsity at 6:30. Boys swimming hosts Centennial and John Carroll at 5 pm.
Sports Cast for September 21st:
Danuel (Dan well) Oscar rushed for 108 yards and two touchdowns and Mavric Pelletier threw two touchdown passes to lead Sebastian River to aa 41-7 spanking of Okeechobee in high school football action Saturday.
Okeechobee was held to only 86 yards of total offense in the game.
Oscar said his team came ready to play and wanted to limit what Okeechobee does well. The only Brahman score came on a 33 yard touchdown pass from Bubba Fludd to Jajuan Cherry in the second quarter. Fludd also returned a kickoff 69 yards in the game.
Sebastian Coach Kevin Pettis said his team wanted to win their first district game in the worst way. Jaylen Norris added two touchdown runs and 86 yards for the Sharks.
Sports Cast for September 18th:
Former Brahman swimmer Katie Van Beek just ended a two year college career at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.
She said she learned a lot about independence and the sport of swimming. She got to travel to several cities in the North East to compete for the swim team. She also qualified for nationals during her two years.
She helped coach the shockwaves recreation program this year and would like to continue as a swim coach. She said she hopes she can encourage the current Brahmans that swimming in college is a possibility.
She said they must practice hard but also enjoy the sport.
Most sports were rained out Thursday including boys’ golf, JV football, girls’ golf and high school swimming.
Brahman football will play Saturday at 11 am against Sebastian River due to the recent heavy rains and the condition of the field.
OYFL is working on Sunday games against Sebring.
Cross country teams are scheduled to compete in the Spanish River Invite in Palm Beach County tomorrow.