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Sports Cast 12/12

Sports Cast for December 12th:

Okeechobee jumped out to an early 16 point lead and defeated Vero Beach 57-38 in high school basketball Friday night.

Shaquoy Ferrol had 24 points and pulled down 18 rebounds.  Demetrius Clark had 13 points and J-quan Ferrol added 10 points.

Shaquoy Ferrol says a poor practice Thursday motivated the kids in this game.

Point guard Kysell Richardson says the team took this game personally because of debacles in the past

On the sports schedule today, boys soccer will host Westwood tonight at 6 pm, girls basketball will host Clewiston with JV at 6 and varsity to follow and boys basketball is on the road at Centennial with JV at 5:30 and varsity at 7 pm.

Sports Cast 12/9

Sports Cast for December 9th:

Pahokee won the schools 7th state championship Thursday with a 34-21 victory over Baker High at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. Rodney McKay scored on two first half runs and Tyron Arnett made a key touchdown grab to thwart a Baker comeback.

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Arnetts grab between two defenders, gave Pahokee a 14 point lead in the third quarter.

Defensive tackles Bryan Crawford and Tyquan Kinsler led the defense with a goal line stand in the first half.

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He was glad to be part of the moment. Adarius Dent made some big catches when his team needed them. He said Pahokee would share in the celebration

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Brahman boys soccer defeats Centennial 2-1.

On the schedule today:

  • OHS boys basketball hosts Vero Beach 4:30/6/7:30 pm
  • OHS girls soccer at Suncoast 6 pm
  • OHS boys soccer at Suncoast 8 pm
  • Moore Haven boys basketball at ECS 4/7 pm
  • Moore Haven girls basketball at ECS 5:30 pm


  • OHS JV wrestling at Fort Pierce Central tourney
  • OHS varsity wrestling tournament at Satellite Beach tourney

Sports Cast 12/8


Sports Cast for December 8th:

The Osceola Warriors raced to a 12-2 early lead and held off Yearling, 30-26 in middle school boys basketball Tuesday. Braelon Pelt had 13 points for Osceola and Brandon Santiago led Yearling with 14 points. Pelt says his team is working together this year.


Jerome Roundtree had six points, six steals and eight rebounds, Daniel Phillips six points and five assists and Brayden Reynolds had six points for Osceola.

Coach Justin Perman says he liked the way his team built a 12 point halftime lead.


Stephen Thornton pulled down 10 rebounds and Daniel Mingo had eight rebounds for Yearling.

OHS wrestlers defeated Lake Placid 60-24. Reed Jones, Chris Lanning, Blake Everett, Cody Delony, Shaun Penrod, Austin Scee, Kallen Pinerio, Jarrett Mills, Alex Armstrong and Justin Drawdy earned victories for Okeechobee. Coach Bruce Jahner says his team is in a good place right now

Boys basketball won at Bayside last night 61-44.

Pahokee takes on Baker County in the state 1A championship game today at 1 pm in Orlando at Camping World Stadium.

On the sports schedule today.

  • Okeechobee boys soccer hosts St. Lucie West with JV at 5 and varsity to follow
  • Osceola visits West Glades and Yearling visits Brighton in middle school basketball at 4:30.
  • Pahokee tangles with Baker High in the State 1A championship game at 1 pm in Orlando.

Sports Cast 12/7

Sports Cast for December 17th:

Yearling held off Osceola 16-15 in middle school girls basketball last night. Brianna Johnson had nine points to lead all scorers. She said the victory gave her a great feeling. Her free throw was the margin of victory. Raw video footage and the interview is on our Facebook page.


Coach Erin Perman says Yearling played great defense throughout the game.


Anya Koivunen had eight points and 13 rebounds for the Lady Warriors.

Coach Eric Phillips says his girls gave it all they had.


Jasmine Shanks had five points and five steals for Yearling.

Brahman boys soccer lost at South Fork 4-1.

  • OHS girls JV soccer hosts Glades Day 6:30 pm
  • OHS boys basketball at Bayside, 5, 6:30, 8 pm
  • Moore Haven middle school basketball hosts Clewiston 5/6:15 pm
  • Moore haven boys soccer at Canterbury 7 pm
  • PECS basketball at LaBelle 4:30/5:45 pm

Sports Cast 12/6

Sports Cast for December 6th:

Okeechobee girls’ soccer with a mercy rule victory over Port St. lucie 8-0 last night. Ashley Snyder was among four players who had two goals.  She said the team increased their effort in the second half


Coach Eric Swant said he is used to being on the other side of mercy rules.  This year the team is 5-4 and showing improvement on offense


Alani Garcia, Ashton English and Janel Aponte all had two goals for the Lady Brahmans. Video footage on our Facebook page!

Girls basketball raced past Sebring last night 57-26.

Julia Smith led all scorers with 18 points. She said her shots were on.

Bri Baker had 11 points, Nisha Ferrol had 12 points and 17 rebounds.

Boys basketball lost at Westwood 67-61.

  • OHS wrestling hosts Lake Placid 6 pm
  • OHS girls basketball at DeSoto 6/7:30 pm
  • Moore Haven girls soccer at Canterbury 5 pm
  • Yearling at Osceola basketball 4:30 5;45 pm

Sports Cast 12/5

Sports Cast for December 5th:

Brahman boys’ basketball split a pair of home games this weekend as they lost to Jensen Beach 63-62 on Friday and defeated Lake Worth Christian 90-27 on Saturday.

Baron Newland had 21 points including eight points in the fourth quarter as Jensen Beach rallied from a late six point deficit. He said his team never lost hope.


Shaquoy Ferrol had 26 points and J-quan Ferrol had 18 points and 15 rebounds for OHS.

Saturday the Brahmans blew out Lake Worth Christian as Demetrius Clark had 30 points.

Coach Demetre Riles says Friday’s loss taught his team a lesson. Shaquoy Ferrol and Tre Youmans both had 14 points for Okeechobee.


Lady brahman basketball lost to Lake Worth Christian 58-47.  Julia Smith had 13 points and Raeley Matthews had 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Defenders coach Micah McCoy said it was a big win for his tiny school.


Todays sports schedule

  • Girls basketball hosts Sebring, JV at 6, varsity to follow
  • Girls soccer hosts Port St. Lucie with JV at 4:30 and varsity to follow
  • Boys soccer visits South Fork at 6 pm
  • Boys basketball visits Fort Pierce Westwood with freshmen at 4, Jv at 4:30 and varsity at 7 pm.

Sports Cast 12/2

Sports Cast for November 2nd:

Lady Brahman soccer fell at home to Jensen Beach 4-1 last night.  The girls are (4-4) on the season.

Coach Eric Swant says Okeechobee usually is mercy ruled by the  Falcons so this was a solid effort. Ashton English scored the Lady Brahman goal.  Alani Garcia had the assist.


Clewiston held off Osceola 21-17 in girls middle school basketball Thursday.  Cornijah Odoms had seven points and Zanaya Tallach pulled down 14 rebounds. Joy Whipple had eight points and Anya Koivunen had 19 rebounds for Osceola.

Lady Warriors coach Eric Phillips says his team got off to a slow start.


Clewiston blasted Osceola in boys hoops 53-12.  Demarcus Crawford had 25 points for Clewiston.  Braelon Pelt led Osceola with seven points.

  • OHS boys basketball home against Jensen Beach freshmen 4:30, JV 6, varsity 7:30 pm
  • Moore Haven boys basketball at FBA  4 pm
  • Moore Haven girls soccer at FBA  5 pm
  • Moore Haven girls basketball at FBA 5:30 pm
  • Moore Haven boys basketball at FBA  7 pm
  • Moore Haven boys soccer at FBA 7 pm
  • Saturday a basketball triple header
  • OHS JV boys basketball hosts Lake Worth Christian at 1 pm
  • OHS girls basketball hosts Lake Worth Christian, varsity 2:30 pm
  • OHS boys basketball hosts Lake Worth Christian 4 pm
  • OHS girls weight lifting at Treasure Coast 2 pm
  • OHS wrestling at Sebastian River tournament 9 am

Sports Cast 12/1

Sports Cast for December 1st:

Okeechobee girls’ soccer defeated Lake Placid 4-2 as Ashton English had two goals. Coach Eric Swant still would like to see more effort from the girls.

Brahman wrestlers crush St. Lucie West last night 74-15. Austin Scee had a pin in the first round Lamar Williams won with a first round pin.  He says he has high hopes for this year

Justin Drawdy won by a technical fall early in the second round over Erik Martinez. He says he wanted to be aggressive.

The Brahmans also won the junior varsity match.

Girls basketball rallied from 11 points down at the half to defeat Moore Haven 54-50.  The Lady Brahmans defeated Sebring 61-31 on Monday.

On the schedule today

  • OHS girls soccer hosts Jensen Beach JV 5 pm, varsity 7 pm
  • Moore Haven boys basketball hosts SWFCA JV 4, varsity at 7 pm
  • Moore Haven girls soccer at ECS 7 pm
  • Osceola basketball hosts Clewiston 5/6:15 pm
  • Yearling basketball visits West Glades 4:30/5:45 pm

Sports Cast 11/30

Sports Cast for November 30th:

Okeechobee boys’ basketball beat Martin County 91-86 in double overtime Tuesday night

Demetrius Clark had 31 and Shack Ferrol had 28.

Stephon Noel had 26 points (15 in the third quarter) for Martin County. Clark says he was proud to be apart of this big win

Okeechobee overcame a 10 point deficit in the first quarter with a 16-2 run of their own.

Martin County rallied from 12 down in the second half. Free throws by Clark, Bubba Fludd and Ferrol the win for the Brahmans. Coach Demetre Riles says this is a quality win for his program.

Yearling girls basketball used stingy defense to defeat Clewiston Tuesday 25-9. Jasmine Shanks had 11 points and eight steals. She said it was a good start against a quality team

Osceola basketball defeated LaBelle.

On the sports schedule today

  • OHS wrestling hosts Centennial at 6 pm
  • OHS girls weight lifting at Ft. Pierce Central 2 pm
  • OHS girls basketball at Moore haven 6 pm
  • PECS basketball hosts Moore Haven Middle 4:30/5:45 pm

Sports Cast 11/29

Sports Cast for November 29th:

Kysell Richardson is looking forward to taking on more responsibility on the boys basketball team this year. The junior guard could see significant minutes in the backcourt this year.

Richardson says he’s a better player and more accountable

Richardson also likes the teams chances.  He admits a key will be playing together and sharing the ball.

A big game for the boys team tonight as they host  Martin County, freshman 4:30, JV 6 and varsity 7:30 pm

  • OHS girls soccer hosts Lake Placid 6:30 pm
  • OHS volleyball awards banquet at Nutmegs Café 6 pm
  • Osceola basketball hosts LaBelle 5/6:15 pm
  • YMS basketball hosts Clewiston Middle at 5/6:15 pm
  • PECS basketball hosts West Glades 4:30/5:45 pm

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