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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.
Sports Cast for September 26th:
Osceola warrior soccer improved to 4-0 with a 7-0 shutout over Sebastian Middle School. Coach Jorje Botello is excited about the teams start but knows until they meet Yearling, they won’t know how good their team is. Alex Bucio said the team works well together and have really executed on offense
Brendan Bostwick was also excited by the team’s strong start. He explained the team is unselfish on the field.
Video interview of the players and Coach Botello is on the WOKC Facebook page!
OHS volleyball improved to 8-6 with a four game victory over Sebring last night, 25-20, 25-15, 23-25 and 25-19.
On the sports schedule today Brahman football takes on Palm Bay Heritage as an underdog tonight against the defending district champions at 7 pm at Brahman Stadium. All the action on WOKC. Moore Haven Terriers host Marco Island Academy tonight at 7:30. The swim team has a meet with Port St> Lucie this afternoon at 5:15. The cross country team competes in the Fleet Feet Invitational tomorrow at South Fork. OYFL teams will travel to Lake Wales. Okeechobee wildcat home games set for Saturday were cancelled.
Sports Cast for September 25th:
Demetrius Clarke returned an interception 84 yards for a score and Robert Futch and Angel Garcia added rushing touchdowns to lead Okeechobee to a 22-6 victory over Sebastian in Junior Varsity football last night. Clarke picked off a short pass from Sharks QB Darian Archer and ran almost untouched down the sideline for a score in the first half. Futch scored on a 52 yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
Garcia capped the scoring with an 18 yard touchdown run in the final minute. He carried many of the 63 yards on that drive. Jarrett Faulkner had an interception and a 39 yard touchdown run by Malcolm Chambers was called back by penalty.
Coach Joe Smith said his team showed the abilities they naturally possess.
Osceola volleyball swept past Sebastian 25-14 and 25-16 yesterday. Delaney Jones had four aces and one assist. Ashley Snyder had two assists, two aces and three kills.
On the sports schedule, Clewiston volleyball visits Brighton Charter School at 5 pm, OHS Volleyball visits Sebring with JV at 6 with varsity to follow.
Sports Cast for September 24th:
Jose Santibanez won the Brahman Award for boys’ soccer this year. He will be back for his senior year this year and expects the boys’ team to have another strong season. Santibanez says he has worked out hard in the off season with many of the players and expects to take it to the next level. He said the Brahman award shows he is serious about this program.
OYFL teams earned forfeit victories Saturday as the Four Corners Bucs failed to show for five games scheduled due to transportation issues.
Girl’s golf was rained out at Port St. Lucie. Okeechobee girls bowling defeated Jensen Beach 7-0 on Monday. Jessica Olney bowled a 335 series for OHS.
Jensen won the boys match 5-2. Brian Chapman rolled a 387 series with a high game of 252.
On the sports schedule today, Brighton volleyball hosts Moore Haven JV at 4:30, Yearling visits Storm Grove for volleyball and soccer at 4:30, Osceola hosts Sebastian Middle for volleyball and soccer at 4:30, JV football tonight hosts Sebastian River at 6 pm. OHS boys’ golf faces Fort Pierce Central at Indian Hills at 3:30 pm
Sports Cast for September 23rd:
Osceola broke a long losing streak to Yearling with a 25-23 and 25-7 victory over the Lady Bulls at the Warriors gym Monday for their first win of the year. Alexi Morgan had six aces and two kills and Aubrey Hatway had four kills one assist and one block to lead the Warriors.
Hatway says the squad really focused and wanted to beat their cross town rivals.
Coach Lauren Throop, who played at Osceola, couldn’t recall when Osceola had last beaten Yearling, she said this performance came almost out of the blue. An ace by Mattie Garcia helped Osceola win the back and forth first game, which neither team led by more than three points. Yearling never threatened in the second game.
The soccer match was postponed until October due to rain.
On the sports schedule today, Moore Haven volleyball meets Canterbury at 7:30 pm, girls golf visits Port St. Lucie at the Saints Country Club, OHS bowlers visit South Fork, OHS swimmers hold a tri match at the sports complex against John Carroll and the Pine School at 5:30 pm, boys golf visits south Fork at Hammock Creek country club at 3:30 pm.
Sports Cast for September 22nd:
Lamar Williams rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns and Bubba Fludd rushed for 11 hundred and two scores to lead Okeechobee past Fort Pierce Westwood 28-21 Friday night.
Jajuan Cherry added a four yard touchdown run for the Brahmans first win of the season.
Coach Chris Branham praised his players as they had just 24 players active and had to go deep into their bench to play this game. Fludd said the team is starting to learn the offense and use the blocks they are given.
Westwood’s Margues Burgess rushed for 104 yards, much of them on the final drive as the Panthers got to the Brahman four yard line in the final seconds. The final pass from Raheem Lewis fell incomplete in the end zone.
Safety Zeke Matthews says the defense knew it had to make a stop.
Okeechobee had a season high 359 yards in offense.
This week Okeechobee will host Heritage from Palm Bay in another district game.
Trinity Catholic Ocala defeated Moore Haven by forfeit.
Lady Brahman volleyball dropped four matches at the East coast challenge in Martin County this weekend, defeating South fork but losing to Park Vista, Lake Worth Christian, Martin County and Vero Beach.
On the schedule today Yearling visits Osceola for volleyball and soccer at 4:30 pm.
Sports Cast for September 18th:
Pemayetv Emahakv ended Yearlings long home court winning streak Wednesday with a three game victory in Okeechobee, 25-11, 24-26 and 15-8. Seminole’s coach Kim Jackson says her girls really played a strong match. She said it is a good rivalry and a win on the road in Okeechobee is very rewarding.
Yearling Coach Kellyann Campbell says her team started off slow but grew in confidence as the match went along.
Lady Brahman volleyball won a marathon match at South Fork Tuesday 24-26, 26-24, 30-32, 25-16 and 15-8 to improve to 6-1 on the season. The Brahman JV also prevailed two games to one.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling volleyball and soccer visit Gifford at 4:30 pm. OHS bowling travels to Port St. Lucie at 3:30. JV football tonight hosts Jensen Beach at 6 pm. Boys golf takes on Port St. Lucie at the Saints Country Club at 3:30 pm.