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Sports Cast for October 10th:
Yearling played a stifling defense and shut out Osceola 3-0 in a battle of unbeaten soccer teams Thursday at Yearling middle school. Osceola didn’t get many good shots on net by the Bulls defense. Coach Erick Rios said his team had confidence it could win and that was a big factor in the match. David Solarzano said they passed the ball well and tried to keep Osceola off balance. He said the win meant a lot to the team. The two squads meet in a rematch on Monday afternoon at Osceola Middle School.
The Lady Brahman swim teams split a tri match as they defeated John Carroll but fell to South Fork this week. The boys’ team swept defeating both the Rams and Bulldogs. Nathanael Bean, Michael Muros and Erik Gaitan won races for the boys.
The homecoming football game is tonight as the Brahmans host Port St. Lucie, the Jaguars come in at (0-4) Okeechobee is (1-4)
On the sports schedule this weekend, Moore Haven travels to First Baptist of Naples at 7:30 pm. OHS cross country teams compete at a meet at Disney on Saturday. OYFL teams will host the Central Florida Saints for five games on Saturday at Brahman Stadium.
Sports Cast for October 9th:
Makayla Root had 10 service points in the second game and Cheyenne Nunez had nine points including four aces in the second game to lead Okeechobee to an easy district win in volleyball over Fort Pierce Westwood last night 25-17, 25-5 and 25-6.
Okeechobee got off to a slow start in a sloppy first game according to Coach Taylor Pritchard. Okeechobee improves to 10-6 on the season.
Freshman Megan Hargraves said the Lady Brahmans had an obvious physical advantage over Westwood and had to work to stay focused on the match. The girls’ next match will be Tuesday against Lake Placid for senior night.
On the sports schedule today, Moore Haven volleyball visits Glades Day starting at 5 pm. Yearling will host Osceola for volleyball and soccer this afternoon, both soccer teams will come in undefeated. Game times at 4:30. Tonight is also the homecoming parade through downtown, they ask spectators to watch it from the north side of route 70.
Sports Cast for October 8th:
Osceola middle school remains thrilled with their unbeaten start in soccer this year. The Warriors defeated Storm Grove 5-0 on Monday. Goal keeper Mark Homes didn’t have much action but said he was impressed with how his team played in the second half
Defender Gage Ingram whose mom Bobbie is an assistant coach, scored the final goal of the match. He says the team continues to believe in itself and that the school has rallied behind them.
WOKC’s Facebook page has interviews with the OMS Soccer players!
Yearling volleyball dropped a home match to Gifford 25-15 and 25-7 on Tuesday.
Yearling soccer rolled past Gifford 6-1.
On the sports schedule today, volleyball was rescheduled from Tuesday and the Lady Brahmans will meet Westwood with JV at 4 and varsity to follow. Yearling volleyball travels to Brighton at 4:30 pm. Lady Brahman golf visits Sebastian River this afternoon. JV football meets Vero Beach at 5 pm.
Sports Cast for October 7th:
Ashley Snyder had 12 service points and six aces to lead Osceola to an impressive 25-7 and 25-6 defeat of the Storm Grove Sting Rays on Monday to run Osceola’s record to 5-3 on the season.
Warriors Coach Lauren Throop said the girls were disappointed in a recent loss and made up for it with some energy and effort. Snyder said even though Osceola had a physical advantage over the Sting Rays they stayed in the game mentally and strived to execute.
On the sports schedule today, Brighton volleyball will host West Glades at 4:30 pm.
Yearling soccer and volleyball will host Gifford at 4:30 pm.
Lady Brahman golf visits Jensen Beach and Lincoln Park Academy in Jensen. Boys’ golf competes with Sebastian River and John Carroll at the Sebastian Country Club.
OHS swimming meets South Fork at Sailfish Splash.
OHS volleyball will host Fort Pierce Westwood with an early start, JV at 4 and the varsity at 5 pm.
Sports Cast for October 6th:
Roshell Thomas is back to lead the Brahman boys basketball team. Thomas won the Brahman Award for his leadership and positive attitude last year. Thomas says the award was appreciated. Thomas said he tried to play unselfish basketball last year to benefit the offense. He said he took the role of facilitator to heart. Thomas is expected to be a leader for a young Brahman squad that could include several underclassmen this coming winter.
OYFL teams won two out of five games with the Poinciana Predators Saturday at Brahman Stadium.
The Flag team fell 28-0, the Mighty Mites lost 32-0. The Junior team pulled out a 44-40 win, as Veyon Washington had over 3 hundred all-purpose yards and five touchdowns.
The senior team fell 18-12 while the Pee Wee team prevailed 22-7.
Moore Haven football fell to Evangelical Christian 34-28.
Osceola volleyball and soccer will host Storm Grove this afternoon at 4:30 pm.
Lady Brahman golf visits Lake Placid at 3:30 pm
Sports Cast for October 3rd:
Vero Beach rallied from down 2 games to one to defeat Okeechobee in a marathon match last night, 25-22, 21-25, 19-25, 25-20 and 15-11 last night at OHS.
Brahman Coach Taylor Pritchard said he girls were motivated by some recent losses to Vero Beach. Both teams played at a high level with several long volleys for points.
Pritchard said the Lady Brahmans played their best volleyball of the season in games two and three of this match.
Yearling soccer rolled to their third win of the season with a 9-1 victory over Oslo on Thursday.
On the sports schedule this weekend, Moore Haven football visits Evangelical Christian tonight at 7 pm.
OYFL teams will host the Poinciana Predators for five games tomorrow starting at 9 am at Brahman Stadium.
The Brahman swim teams compete in the Blackman Invite in Sebring on Saturday.
Sports Cast for October 2nd:
The Brahman cross country team finished 12th at the Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork high school. Daniel Shelly led the way with 17:37 good for 40th place. The team averaged 18 minutes and 53 seconds. Manny Gaona was 83rd, Lucas Penido 86th and Gerardo Saucedo 91st.
Penido says he has high hopes that the cross country team will finish the season strong. Penido said the team lost some talented runners to graduation but have still worked hard and have the potential to have a strong season. Brendan Patterson finished 93rd as six runners made the top 1 hundred. Belen Jesuit won the men’s title. The Lady Brahmans finished 14th out of 18 teams. Vernice Leon led with a time of 23:13 seconds for 57th place.
Yearling volleyball and soccer postponed both Tuesday and Wednesday.
They will hold two volleyball games today against Oslo and Glades Day at 4:30 and soccer will take on Oslo, weather permitting.
Pemayetv Emahakv travels to Everglades City at 5 pm for volleyball. Osceola travels to Gifford for volleyball and soccer at 4:30. Lady Brahman golf competes with Lincoln Park at the PGA at 3:30. OHS bowlers will host Port St. Lucie this afternoon at 3:30, OHS volleyball tonight hosts Vero Beach with JV at 5 and varsity to follow. Moore Haven JV football visits Labelle at 6 pm.
Sports Cast for October 1st:
The Lady Seminoles of Pemayetv Emahakv controlled things at the net as they swept Osceola Tuesday 25-15 and 25-20 to remain undefeated. The loss snapped Osceola’s three game winning streaks.
Lady Brahman volleyball overcame Lake Placid 25-22, 25-23, and 25-12 on Monday night to improve to 9-6 on the season.
Senior Sarah Hurst is excited about the team and their chances to make a regional run again. Hurst said she mostly wants to be remembered as a good teammate who set a good example on the court.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling will host Oslo for volleyball and soccer at 4:30 this afternoon. Boys’ golf will compete with John Carroll and Martin County at Willoughby Country Club at 3:30 this afternoon.
Sports Cast for September 30th:
Janelle Markham won the Yearling Award for girls’ basketball last year despite suffering an injury that didn’t allow her to play. Markham said it was a surprise to get this award. Markham said she learned the game and really wanted to show what she learned but was slowed by a badly sprained ankle throughout the year.
Osceola defeated Oslo in three tight games in volleyball last night,. W 27-25, L 23-25, W 17-15…
Ashley Snyder had 7 aces, 3 digs, 1 kill Aubrie Hataway had 5 digs, 3 aces, 4 kills, and 1 block Alexi Morgan had 5 kills 2 aces Perla Contreras had 1 ace 5 assist Emily Rhodes had 5 digs, 1 ace, 1 assist
On the sports schedule Brighton volleyball visits Osceola this afternoon at 4:30 pm. Yearling volleyball and soccer visit Sebastian.
Boys’ golf competes with Treasure Coast and Lincoln Park at the PGA at 3:30 pm
OHS swimmers compete with Westwood and Sebastian river in Sebastian at 4 pm.
Sports Cast for September 29th:
A 55 yard touchdown run by Daeshawn Mills was the difference as Heritage held off an upset bid from Okeechobee with a 14-7 victory on Friday night. Lasedrick King rushed for a 22 yard touchdown in the first half for Heritage.
Bubba Fludd broke loose for an 80 yard touchdown run for Okeechobee’s touchdown.
Coach Chris Branham said he offense continued to stumble with just 1 hundred and 27 total yards and the team must find a way to complete passes. Heritage had 303 rushing yards and and 352 total yards but were hrt by two interceptions and two lost fumbles, one in the red zone.
Defense end Fred Bradley recovered one of those fumbles at the Brahman 7 yard line.
Fludd had 114 rushing yards for Okeechobee.
The defense held tough throughout the game thanks to players like linebacker Terrance Boswell. He admits it’s tough to lose after such a hard battle.
This week the Brahmans have a bye week, they play again on October 10th against Port St Lucie in their annual homecoming game.