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Sports Cast 4/10

Sports Cast for April 10th:

Barb Cook threw a complete game three hitter to lead South Fork to a 3-1 win over Okeechobee in high school softball action Friday. Lauren Bostwick had a homerun for the lady Brahmans. Cook says her teammates helped her to get this victory

The two teams appear headed for a district tournament showdown. Brahman Coach Mary Huff says her girls were tentative at the plate and not the same team they’ve been lately..

John Carroll rallied from 5-2 deficit to defeat Okeechobee, 7-6 in boys baseball Saturday.

Josh Manor drove in the winning run in the seventh.

Brady Markham had a two run single for the Brahmans and Alex Lopez an RBI triple.

No Okeechobee sports scheduled today

Sports Cast 4/7

Sports Cast for April 7th:

Okeechobee flag football fell to Port St. Lucie 12-0 on Thursday.

Okeechobee allowed only one touchdown on defense and the Jaguars returned an interception or a score after a scoreless first half. Receiver Michaela Myers says the girls continue to play hard and are improving. Coach Jeff Whitlock says he is pleased with the defensive side of the ball but must find a way to score points.

On the sports schedule this weekend:

OHS softball visits South fork tonight with JV at 5 and varsity to follow.

Moore haven softball competes in the Bill Longshore tournament this weekend in Naples

Brighton softball hosts LaBelle at 6 pm.

Moore Haven baseball visits Marco Island Academy at 6 pm.

OHS baseball will host John Carroll on Saturday at 3 pm.

Sports Cast 4/6

Sports Cast for April 6th:

Okeechobee jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning and cruised to a 10-0 victory over Sebastian River in high school softball Wednesday. Jill Crosby threw a one hit shutout Kassie Weldon hit a two-run single in the first to get the party started.

Lauren Bostwick added an RBI double and Megan Hargraves an RBI single for Okeechobee.

Coach Mary Huff says Okeechobee has been beating some decent teams easily. Okeechobee has outscored opponents 35-0 in the past three games.

On the sports schedule today:

OHS flag football hosts Port St. Lucie at 6 pm.  OHS tennis visits Fort Pierce at 3:30.  OHS softball visits Dwyer at 6:30 pm.  OHS baseball visits Lincoln Park at 5:30 pm.  Moore Haven baseball hosts Canterbury at 7 pm.  Moore Haven softball visits Community School of Naples at 6 pm.

Sports Cast 4/5

Sports Cast for April 5th:

Okeechobee defeated Treasure Coast 7-0 in high school baseball action Tuesday. Baron Stuart threw a complete game two hitter and struck out five. Cody Louthan had a big two run double in the sixth inning. He says getting the bats going felt good

Coach Eric Kindell says they were able to hit and run, get men on base and steal bases. Moore Haven baseball was pounded by South West Florida Christian last night.

On the sports schedule today, OHS JV baseball visits John Carroll at 4 pm.

OHS softball will host Sebastian River with JV at 5 and varsity to follow.

Sports Cast 4/4

Sports Cast for April 4th:

Melanie Watson won the Brahman Award for girls bowling this year. The senior was thrilled to receive this honor. She says the coaches were supportive and the team was close knit this year.

She says she was glad to be a part of the program.

Cole Turner pitched a five inning no hitter as Moore Haven defeated Glades Central 10-0 on Monday.  Vincent Leiba and Lowell Roberts both drove in two runs.

On the sports schedule today:

OHS baseball hosts Treasure Coast at 6:30 pm

OHS flag football visits Jensen Beach with JV at 5 and varsity to follow.

Brighton softball hosts the Okeechobee junior varsity at 5 pm.

Moore Haven baseball and softball visit South West Florida Christian, softball at 4:30 and baseball at 7 pm.

Sports Cast 4/3

Sports Cast for April 3rd:

Taylor Higgins hit a homerun and drove in three as Jensen Beach defeated Okeechobee, 5-1 in high school baseball action Friday. Jacob Winger pitched a strong five innings for Okeechobee and struck out six. Higgins says he was looking for a good pitch to hit.

Mason Adams had two hits and an RBI to lead Okeechobee. Coach Eric Kindell says Jensen Beach looked good at the plate.

Okeechobee fell to 6-8 on the season.

OHS softball pounds Suncoast 10-0.

Jill Crosby threw five shutout innings and drove in four runs.  Janel Aponte also had four RBI.

Sports Cast 3/31

Sports Cast for March 31st:

Mason Adams threw a three-hit shutout to lead Okeechobee to a 1-0 victory over Lincoln Park last night. Gabe Greseth drove in the only run of the game for Okeechobee. Coach Eric Kindell said the team manufactured a run and didn’t make mistakes

Adams struck out seven in the game.  He said he could locate his pitches well. Conner Apugliese held the Brahmans to three hits with a complete game of his own.

Janel Aponte hit a three run homerun as Okeechobee pounded Fort Pierce Central 15-0 in four innings Thursday for their 10th win of the season. Aponte’s blast ended the game.

Jill Crosby struck out six over four innings.

Sports this weekend include OHS softball hosts Suncoast tonight at 6, OHS baseball hosts Jensen Beach at 7 pm.  Moore Haven softball visits St. John Neumman with JV at 4:30 and varsity to follow.

OHS JV baseball host Lincoln Park on Saturday at 1 pm.

Sports Cast 3/30

Sports Cast for March 30th:

Glades Central blanked Okeechobee in the flag football home opener 31-0 this week. The Raiders won 10 games last year and have their eyes set on a state title this year. Coach Samuel Curry says his team played hard in this game

Dakendra Pompey had two interception returns for 30 yards, rushed three times for 25 yards, and caught four passes for 61 yards and a touchdown. She says flag football is a fun sport.

Wiskierra Lemene rushed for 56 yards and caught five passes for 36 yards.  She threw three touchdown passes in the game.

Ashley Snyder caught six passes and Denise Garcia had two sacks for the Lady Brahmans

Glades Central also won the junior varsity contest 18-0.

On the sports schedule today.  OHS softball hosts Fort Pierce Central at 6 pm  OHS baseball hosts Lincoln Park at 6:30 pm

Pemayetv Emahakv softball visits Glades Day at 4 pm

Moore Haven baseball hosts First Baptist Academy at 7 pm

Sports Cast 3/29

Sports Cast for March 29th:

Okeechobee baseball lost to Port St. Lucie last night 4-1. Baron Stuart pitched five innings and struck out seven and Mason Adams had two hits for the Brahmans. Chess Goodman pitched a complete game, scattered seven hits and struck out four for the Jaguars.

Port St. Lucie Coach Johnny Rhoden says his young team did a good job of keeping their heads in the game. Charles Bowden added an RBI single as the Jaguars scored twice in the third to take a 3-1 lead.

Brahman Coach Eric Kindell says his team needs to get back to basics.

Moore Haven softball defeated Sebring 7-4 and baseball lost to St. John Neumann 10-0.

On the sports schedule today, OHS JV baseball visits John Carroll at 4.

Sports Cast 3/28

Sports Cast for March 28th:

Brahman baseball coach Eric Kindell says his team’s defense let them down in a key district loss Friday at Martin County. He also agreed the team failed to come up with clutch hits leaving seven runners on base. Kindell praised starter Mason Adams night as he pitched into the sixth inning and kept the game close. He says they have a lot of work to do this week with three big home games.

On the sports schedule, today, OHS JV softball hosts the Treasure Coast at 5 pm and Pemayetv Emahakv at 7 pm.  OHS flag football will host Glades Central with JV at 6 and the varsity game to follow.

OHS baseball hosts Port St. Lucie at 6:30 pm.  OHS track visits South Fork this afternoon.

OHS tennis visits Lake Placid at 4:30 pm.

Moore Haven baseball hosts St. John Neumann at 6 pm and Moore Haven softball visits Sebring at 6 pm.

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