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Sports Cast for November 16th:
Shaquoy Ferrol had 18 points, and eight boards and Demetrius Clark added 14 points as Okeechobee held off a game Lake Placid 63-54 Friday night at the Brahman preseason classic.
Okeechobee took an early 18-5 lead but couldn’t shake Lake Placid who kept the game close to the final bell.
Dakkor Goldsmith had 14 points and Jay Callahan added 12 points for the Green Dragons.
Brahman Coach Demetri Riles said it was an emotional game with a lot of fouls called, Okeechobee lost two starters to fouls and two others had four fouls.
Point guard Bubba Fludd said he’d like to see the team keep the tempo up, play the basics, and hit the open man. Fludd had 11 assists and 8 points in the game. Lashawn Mosley added nine points and eight rebounds for Okeechobee.
Clewiston outlasted Moore Haven 53-46 in the other game overcoming a late Terrier lead.
Sports Cast for November 13th:
Brahman boy’s basketball got off to a great start with a 69-24 embarrassment of Moore Haven last night.
Demetrius Clark had 15 points and Shaquouy Farroll added 14 points, five blocks and seven rebounds. Farrol said he enjoyed his Brahman debut.
Okeechobee jumped out to a 13-0 lead and never were threatened in the game.
Coach Demetri Riles said his kids were ready to play their first game.
Tevon Thompson led the Terriers with 11 points. Clewiston defeated Lake Placid 62-55 in the other game.
Tonight Clewiston meets Moore Haven at 6 pm followed by Okeechobee versus Lake Placid at 7:30 pm.
Brahman boys’ soccer won their season opener 8-0 at Fort Pierce Westwood.
On the sports schedule tonight, Moore Haven girls hoops visits Clewiston at 6 pm. Moore Haven girls and boys soccer travels to Berean Christian with girls 1:30 pm and boys at 3:30 pm. OHS girls’ basketball visits Port St. Lucie with JV at 4:30 and varsity at 6 pm.
Sports Cast for November 12th:
Eric Kindell is optimistic his baseball team can forget about failures last year and have a strong 2 thousand and 16 campaigns. Many of his key players have played summer and fall ball and the team returns five starters from last year.
Kindell said he feels good about the returners. The return to health of right handed ace Eli Finney could mean a big change in the teams won loss record this year
On the sports schedule today;
Lady Brahman soccer visits Forest Hill at 6 pm. OHS boys soccer opens their regular season at Fort Pierce Westwood at 3:30 this afternoon. Girls’ weight lifting opens their schedule with a meet against Treasure Coast High and Fort Pierce Central in Fort Pierce at 3:30 pm
The Brahman boys’ basketball team preseason tournament also begins tonight. Okeechobee, Moore Haven, Clewiston and Lake Placid will compete with games beginning at 6 pm tonight.
Sports Cast for November 11th:
Yearling middle school got a sportsmanship award this year from the Florida High School Athletic Association.
Athletic Director Lori Bandi says it was a great honor for the school. Yearling said the coaches demand respect from the players. She noted the athletes are also very good academically.
Girls’ basketball lost at Martin County last night 57-43. Vanessa Graham had 15 points for the Lady Tigers and Lahna Baker led Okeechobee with 16 points.
Lady Brahman soccer lost to William T. Dwyer 8-0. Kayley Olson had two goals for Dwyer.
Moore Haven basketball lost to Pahokee Monday 53-34. Caroline Sweat had 13 points and Ani Drayton 11 rebounds. Moore Haven defeated Everglades City last night 49-30. Sunni Bearden and Alicia Fudge both had 12 points and Sydnee Cypress 11 points for the Lady Terriers.
On the sports schedule today, Moore Haven boys soccer hosts Lake Worth Christian at 7 pm
Sports Cast for November 10th:
The Lady Brahman basketball team continued their hot start with an 11 point win at home over Forest Hill Monday, 48-37.
Bri Baker and Lana Baker both had 12 points for Okeechobee.
Shyterria Ash said it was a physical battle for much of the night.
Guard Dymond Wiggins said she feels she is working hard to improve her game.
Coach Joe Smith praised his girls for their tenacity and hustle against a game opponent.
Lady Brahman soccer lost to Martin County 9-1. Ashton English had the goal for Okeechobee.
On the sports schedule today, Moore Haven girls’ basketball visits Everglades City at 5 pm, Moore Haven girls soccer hosts Lake Worth Christian at 3:30 pm. OHS girls soccer hosts William T. Dwyer at 6 pm. OHS girls’ basketball visits Martin County with JV at 5:30 and varsity at 7 pm.
Sports Cast for November 9th:
Clewiston jumped out to a 24-0 lead in the first half and went on to defeat Okeechobee 38-21 in the season finale of high school football Friday.
QB Davis Witt completed 80 percent of his passes for two touchdowns and said he got outstanding protection. He also was able to find Reginald Henderson whenever he needed a big play.
Henderson had 192 yards in receptions and a touchdown for the Tigers.
Tyrin Summers ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns for Clewiston. He praised his offensive line for opening holes.
Andre Taylor also returned an interception for a score.
For Okeechobee, Bubba Fludd threw two touchdown passes and ran for 112 yards. He added a 92 yard kick return for a touchdown.
Senior Fred Bradley was among 14 Brahmans who played their final high school game. He said the team just didn’t play well in the early going.
The Brahmans finish the season at (4-6).
Moore Haven lost to LaBelle 41-28.
Only two Big Lake schools make the playoffs this year Glades Central and Pahokee.
Sports Cast for November 6th:
Cheyenne Nunez had 20 points with four three point baskets and Bri Baker and Shyterria Ash both had six points to lead Okeechobee to a 41-27 victory over Moore Haven in girls’ basketball at the preseason classic Thursday.
Coach Joe Smith said he got everyone playing time and got a chance to see what they could do.
Ash said the girls played hard in the tournament and hope to keep that going into the regular season
Sydnee Cypress led the Lady Terriers with 13 points. Sunni Bearden added nine points.
John Carroll defeated Clewiston 52-34 in the other game. Lauren Kenney led John Carroll with 18 points and Madison Miller added 11 points. Shakayla Hankins had nine points for Clewiston.
Brahman football wraps up the season as they attempt to reach the .500 mark against arch rival Clewiston. Both teams will miss out on the playoffs this year. Kickoff is at 7 pm tonight.
Moore Haven wraps up their season at La Belle.
The OHS cross country team competes in states tomorrow in Tallahassee, some video interviews of the coach and players are available on the WOKC facebook page.
Sports Cast for November 5th:
Cheyenne Nunez had 22 points and Shyterria Ash added 12 points as Okeechobee defeated John Carroll 47-35 in their preseason classic on Wednesday night. Nunez said the girls played together for almost the first time and did a good job
Nunez said even though Okeechobee fell behind by 8 points early, they hung in there and were able to come back. Clewiston defeated Moore Haven 44-37 in the other game. Caroline Sweat led the Terriers with 17 points.
Tonight Okeechobee plays Moore Haven at 7 pm and Clewiston plays John Carroll at 5:30 pm.
Brian Chapman fell short at the state bowling championships in Orlando as he had 8 hundred and 47 pins over four games, an Average of 212, he finished 27th overall.
Moore Haven boys soccer visits Atlantic Christian this afternoon at 3:30 pm
Sports Cast for November 4th:
Brian Chapman bowls in the qualifying round in Orlando at the Florida state bowling championships.
Chapman says getting a district title and a trip to the state finals has been his goal for many years. Chapman has been the team MVP for the past three years.
He said he feels he has the talent to compete at state. Chapman rolled a 276 game at districts and has rolled perfect games in leagues in Stuart in the past.
Lady Brahman soccer won again at Fort Pierce Westwood 7-1 on Tuesday. Ashton English had four goals and Karina Diaz had three goals.
On the sports schedule today, the girls’ basketball preseason tournament begins tonight, Okeechobee, Clewiston, Moore haven and John Carroll will play games tonight beginning at 5:30 pm.
OHS swimmers compete at regionals today in Fort Lauderdale.
Sports Cast for November 3rd:
The Brahman swim team hopes to set new ground tomorrow when they attempt to send a swimmer to state.
The regional meet is in Cape Coral.
Nathanael Bean is among the best chances for Okeechobee. He holds the school record in such events at the 200 free style 5 hundred free, 2 hundred IM, and 1 hundred backstrokes. The 100 free might be his best chance to reach state.
He said he has loved swimming for years and really has embraced the sport. He did swim for Indian River State college club team last spring.
He said his senior year has been very productive
Other hopefuls for Okeechobee include Michael Muros, Aubrie Reister and Skylar Casian who all qualified in individual events at districts last week.
Lady Brahman soccer gets their first win of the second 2-1 at Avon Park Monday night. Ashton English and Karina Diaz scored goals and Crystal Estrada added an assist.
The Lady Brahmans tied their match on Friday at LaBelle.
The girls soccer team visits Fort Pierce Westwood at 4 pm today.