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Sports Cast 3/14

Sports Cast for March 14th:

Okeechobee took advantage of four Port St. Lucie errors as the shutout the Jaguars 7-0 on Friday. Sean Osceola had a sacrifice fly in the second, Armando Rodriguez an RBi single in the third, and Okeechobee scored four times in the sixth inning on several throwing errors. Brahman Coach Eric Kindell said it was a milestone win for him. He noted he was pleased that his team took advantage of the opportunities Port St. Lucie gave them

Eric Kindell on win over PSL

The Brahmans got solid pitching from Eli Finney who survived several Brahman miscues like three dropped foul balls by his fielders.  Cody Louthan and Sean Osceola pitched well in relief.

Okeechobee plays at a spring break tournament in Sanford this week with their first game tonight at 7 pm.

Moore Haven softball defeated South Florida Christian Academy 12-8.   Moore Haven baseball lost to Canterbury 16-1.

Sports Cast 3/11

Sports Cast for March 11th:

Sean Osceola hit a three run homerun and Baron Stuart pitched a strong game into the 7th inning to lead Okeechobee to a 4-3 victory over Martin County last night.

Osceola’s blast in the fourth erased a 2-0 deficit for Okeechobee.  He said he wanted to break out of a recent slump. Stuart was pulled after giving up a homerun to Ed Pfuger in the seventh.  He admitted it was nerve racking watching the final two outs. Zeke Matthews and Osceola both had two hits for the Brahmans.

Sean Osceola and Baron Stuart on win over MC

Coach Eric Kindell said his team will win a lot of one run games this season.

Eric Kindell on win over MC

On the sports schedule today

Moore Haven softball visits South Florida Christian Academy at 4 pm.   Moore Haven baseball visits Canterbury at 7pm.  OHS baseball hosts Port St. Lucie at 7 pm.  JV boys baseball visits South Fork at 11 am.  Moore Haven softball hosts Immokalee at 2 pm.

Sports Cast 3/10

Sports Cast for March 10th:

Megan Hargraves has been unable to play volleyball or softball this year due to a serious knee injury.  Instead she has become a pseudo assistant coach for the softball team this year. She admits it has been very difficult not being able to play sports she loves. She tore the ATL in her knee at the purple white game in volleyball and won’t be cleared to play until April.

Hargraves 1

She continues to rehab the knee and wants to return even better than before. She hopes to be at full strength for travel softball this summer and will be released by her doctor in April.

Hargraves 2

Baylee Farless threw two touchdown passes and Mercedes Washington ran for over 1 hundred yards to lead the girl’s flag football team to a season opening 20-12 victory over Pahokee Tuesday.

Aysia Jones and Michaels Myers caught touchdown passes.

A late interception set up the Brahmans winning score.

JV flag football lost to Pahokee, 22-0.

On the sports schedule today

  • OHS boys and girls track compete in a track meeting in Moore Haven with Glades Day School and DeSoto County at 3 pm today.
  • OHS tennis visits South Fork at 3:30 pm
  • OHS flag football visits Avon Park with JV at 5 and varsity at 6 pm.
  • OHS boys baseball hosts Martin County tonight at 7 pm.
  • Moore Haven baseball visits St. John Neumann at 4 pm.

Sports Cast 3/9

Sports Cast for March 9th:

Okeechobee softball romped at Martin County 9-3 last night avenging an early season win.

Cheyenne Nunez had four RBI and Lahna Baker had 3 RBI to lead the Lady Brahmans to their third win of the year.

Jillian Crosby pitched a strong complete game on the mound.

Coach Mary Huff said the team played solid defense and did their jobs at the plate.

Baker said she feels the team is gaining momentum as the season wears on.

It is a district win for the Brahmans.

Nunez said her knee surgery was in the back of her mind as she scored a big run with a slide at home plate.

Okeechobee is now 3-6 on the season.

JV baseball lost at Jensen Beach 5-4.

Glades Day defeated Moore Haven softball 9-4.

No sports events are scheduled locally today.

Sports Cast 3/8

Sports Cast for March 8th:

Andee Garcia won the award for most assists on the girls’ volleyball team this year. Garcia said the girls were disappointed they didn’t make it out of districts this year but still had a great regular season record and accomplished a lot. Most of the girls are products of the Big Lake Juniors volleyball program.

Garcia can’t play right now because she injured herself at the powder puff flag football game last fall. She predicts the volleyball team will go further next year

Garcia 1

Garcia 2

On the sports schedule today

Okeechobee tennis visits Jensen Beach at 3:30 pm   OHS softball visits Martin County at 6 pm.  JV baseball travels to Jensen Beach at 6 pm.  Okeechobee flag football holds their season opener at home against Pahokee at 6 pm.  Moore Haven softball will host Evangelical Christian at 6 pm.  Moore Haven baseball hosts South Florida Christian at 7 pm.

Sports Cast 3/7

Sports Cast for March 7th:

Okeechobee scored 8 times in the 13th inning to defeat South Fork 15-7.

Eli Finney six strong innings as the starter and allowed one run.  Okeechobee had 21 hits as a team which included six hits by Jarred Morgan.

Armando Rodriguez, Sean Osceola and Cody Louthan had two runs batted in apiece.

Coach Eric Kindell said it was a pitcher’s duel and a well-played game until the 8th inning.

Kindell said he was pleased that his team hung in there and got the job done in the end.

Eric Kindell on win at South Fork

On the sports schedule today, Brahman tennis will host Clewiston at 4:30 pm.

Sports schedule March 7-13

Sports schedule March 7-13


Okeechobee tennis hosts Clewiston 4:30 pm

Moore haven JV baseball hosts South Florida Christian Academy 4 pm, varsity 7 pm

Moore Haven JV softball hosts Glades Day 4:30 pm, varsity 6 pm


Okeechobee tennis at Jensen Beach 3:30 pm

Okeechobee softball at Martin County 6 pm

Okeechobee JV boys baseball at Jensen Beach 6 pm

Okeechobee flag football hosts Pahokee 6 pm

Moore Haven softball hosts Evangelical Christian 6 pm



OHS boys and girls track at Moore Haven 3 pm with Glades Day and Desoto

OHS tennis at South Fork 3:30 pm

OHS flag football at Avon Park JV 5 pm, varsity 6 pm

OHS boys baseball hosts Martin County 7 pm

Moore Haven baseball at St. John Neumann 4 pm


Moore Haven softball at South Florida Christian Academy 4 pm

Moore Haven baseball at Canterbury 7 pm

OHS boys baseball hosts PSL 7 pm



JV boys baseball double header at South Fork 11 am

Moore Haven softball hosts Immokalee at 2 pm

Sports Cast 3/4

Sports Cast for March 4th:

Jillian Crosby pitched a complete game and Okeechobee scored 8 runs in the first three innings as they defeated Masters Academy of Vero Beach 8-2 in girls’ softball action last night. Crosby allowed six hits and struck out eight in the game.  She said she felt strong throughout the game.

Jillian Crosby on win over Masters Academy

Lauren Bostwick had two hits and two runs batted in for Okeechobee.

Coach Mary Huff sees some improvement in her team which improved to (2-6) on the season.

Mary Huff on win over Masters Academy

On the sports schedule this weekend, OHS baseball visits South Fork tonight at 7 pm.  OHS flag football competes in a jamboree tomorrow with Sebring and Avon Park at 11 am.  OHS JV baseball hosts a double header against Martin County at 11 am.

Sports Cast 3/3

Sports Cast for March 3rd:

Cameron Tewksbury is excited to be back in the Brahman dugout and working with the team as its pitching coach. He played college ball at several schools including Tallahassee community college, the university of South Carolina and Valdosta State in Georgia.

Tewksbury 1

He said he’s trying to use his knowledge to help the high school staff. He said he’s kept his message basic …stressed fundamentals and wants the pitcher to develop game plans….

Tewksbury 2

The Brahmans next game is tomorrow night at South Fork

On the sports schedule today

Brighton Middle school baseball hosts Glades Day at 4 pm.  OHS tennis will host John Carroll at 3:30 pm and OHS softball will host Masters Academy at 6 pm.

Sports Cast 3/2

Sports Cast for March 2nd:

Antawyn Fludd was the offensive player of the year for the Brahman football team. He approached 2 thousand all-purpose yards this past year and close to 20 touchdowns. He said he appreciated the award He has already received scholarship offers from some mid major conferences.

Fludd 1

Fludd said he has committed himself in the off season to camps, workouts and the OHS boys track team in order to improve his skills.

Fludd 2

Lady Brahman softball lost at Sebring 5-3 Tuesday night.

Lauren Bostwick had two hits and an RBI.  Hannah Collier added an RBI.  Ciara Copeland pitched a complete game for Sebring and Johneisha Rowe had three hits for the Blue Streak.

On the sports schedule today, OHS tennis hosts Fort Pierce Westwood at 3:30 pm.

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