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Sports Cast for October 14th:
Delaney Jones had nine kills and nine service points and Mattie Garcia had 10 assists and 10 points to lead Osceola to a 25-10 and 25-12 victory over Oslo in middle school volleyball Tuesday.
Jones said the girls played hard in their final home match of the year. Jones said she has worked hard at the net to be more successful in her kills and blocks.
Osceola finishes the season Thursday at Yearling.
Yearling soccer lost their first game in four years when they fell to Storm Grove on Monday 1-0. Yearling volleyball defeated Sebastian Middle Tuesday.
Brahman Boys golf finished third at districts and advance to regionals next week. Okeechobee volleyball lost in three sets to Jensen Beach.
On the sports schedule tonight, Brahman swimmers take on Vero Beach and South Fork at Sailfish Splash in Stuart at 4:30 pm.
Sports Cast for October 13th:
Eddie Neal continues to enjoy his college football experience playing ball for Dean College in Massachusetts. Neal has caught six passes as their primary tight end this year as the Bulldogs are off to a 3-2 start in their conference. Neal said he was willing to travel 13 hundred miles to continue his football dream.
Neal said he decided to be more of a leader on the team this year and started that by playing hard this spring. Neal still thinks he can transfer to a four year school after this season.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling volleyball and soccer visit Sebastian at 4:30, Osceola volleyball and soccer host Oslo at 4:30. OHS volleyball hosts Jensen Beach with JV at 5 and varsity to follow. Girls and boys golf compete in the district tournaments today in Clewiston. Moore Haven volleyball visits Donahue Catholic in Ava Maria and Moore Haven girls golf competes in their district tournament in Ft. Myers.
Sports Cast for October 12th:
Westwood put up 458 yards in offense and pounded Okeechobee 46-17 Friday night.
QB Raheem Lewis rushed for a touchdown and also caught a 31 yard pass for a touchdown. He said they practiced the Throwback pass play and it worked to perfection. Westwood also got two touchdowns from Marques Burgess who had 1 hundred and 86 yards in offense.
Tarek Reeves added a 75 yard punt return in the game for a touchdown. He praised his team’s defensive line for making it tough on opponents.
Okeechobee was led by Lamar Williams who rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown. Bubba Fludd returned a kickoff 75 yards for a score.
Moore Haven Terriers improved to 6-1 with a 48-35 victory over South West Florida Christian.
Tyrone Reed caught 22 yard touchdown pass and returned an interception 70 yards for a score.
Sports Cast for October 9th:
Mateo Vasquez opened the game with an 80 yard touchdown run and Shawn Hood recovered a blocked punt for a touchdown to leave the Brahmans junior varsity to a 14-12 victory at home last night over Sebastian River.
Vasquez rushed for over 150 yards in the game. He said he wanted to get off to a good start. Linebacker Buster Mond had some big stops as the defense held on after Sebastian rallied for 12 points in the third quarter. He said the defense had to pick it up.
Coach Jeff Whitlock said his team is a bunch of fighters that don’t quit and they showed it against Sebastian.
Kevin Crosby blocked a punt for Okeechobee.
On the sports schedule tonight, OHS football hosts Fort Pierce Westwood at 7 pm. Moore Haven football visits South West Florida Christian Academy. OHS cross country competes at the Disney, ESPN Wide World of Sports on Saturday and the OYFL will host Belle Glade for senior day at Okeechobee high.
Sports Cast for October 8th:
Brahman softball coach Mary Huff said she thinks the program is headed in the right direction. But she was slightly disappointed by how the season ended.
Huff is encouraged that most of her players played summer ball this past year to keep their skills sharp. She says that is almost a necessity nowadays. The softball team only lost two seniors last summer and is expected to be a district title contender again this year.
A full sports schedule today, Yearling soccer and volleyball visit Oslo at 4:30, Moore Haven volleyball hosts Donahue Catholic of Ava Maria at 5 pm, OHS bowlers host Port St. Lucie at 3:30, Osceola soccer and volleyball will visit Storm Grove at 4:30, OHS swimmers visit Sebastian River at 4 pm, OHS JV football will host Sebastian River at 6 pm and Moore Haven JV football hosts Clewiston at 6 pm.
Sports Cast for October 7th:
Ashley Bowers had eight service points and six kills and Yearling defeated Storm Grove 25-6, 21-25, and 15-4 in middle school volleyball action Tuesday.
Samantha Ruiz added 12 service points and four assists.
She said the girls shook off a lackluster second game to win. Kendall Harrison added 10 service points and four blocks for the Lady Bulls.
Coach Kellyann Campbell said her girls learned a lesson to not relax and remain focused. Yearling won the soccer game outside 3-0.
OHS volleyball won a five match marathon with John Carroll Tuesday, 25-12, 13-25, 16-25, 25-21 and 15-10. Okeechobee won their 10th straight match.
No sports are scheduled for tonight.
Sports Cast for October 6th:
Okeechobee volleyball avenged an early season loss to Sebring with a big three set victory on Monday night, 27-25, 25-21 and 25-19. Raeley Matthews had 11 kills, Andee Garcia had 16 assists, and Cheyenne Nunez 26 digs for Okeechobee as they improved to 9-1 on the year.
Coach Taylor Padrick said her team was motivated and eager to get this win. Sophomore Rachel Bryan had 12 assists and 8 service points. She said the girls are really playing well this year. Okeechobee is now 9-1 on the season.
The Lady Brahman JV lost in two games.
On the sports schedule today, Yearling soccer and volleyball host Storm Grove at 4:30. Osceola middle school hosts Gifford for soccer and volleyball at 4:30, Moore Haven high school volleyball visits Imagine School in North Port. OHS volleyball visits John Carroll, JV at 5 and varsity to follow. OHS swimming takes on Treasure Coast and Martin County in Stuart at 6 pm and OHS girls golf hosts Clewiston at 3:30 pm.
Sports Cast for October 5th:
Josh Gaines rushed for 117 yards on five carries and caught the 42 yard touchdown pass from Daeshawn Mills on the last play of the first half. He said his team started slowly but got things rolling in the second half.
Mills said he saw an opening in the Brahman defense and was able to hit Gaines in stride in the end zone to change the momentum in the game.
Bubba Fludd threw a touchdown pass to Fred Bradley and rushed for 99 yards in the game. Bradley said when Okeechobee played well in the first half.
Lamar Williams rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown for the Brahmans. Zeke Matthews had an interception for Okeechobee.
This week the Brahmans will host Fort Pierce Westwood.
Moore Haven defeated Evangelical Christian 37-0 to inch closer to a playoff berth in their district.
John Cox had a 20 yard touchdown run to lead the Terriers to a (5-1) record.
Sports Cast for October 2nd:
Okeechobee rallied from a 13 point deficit to defeat Jensen Beach 21-20 in junior varsity football action last night.
Jermaine Moore scored on a five yard run in the final five minutes to put the Brahmans ahead. Earlier he scored on a six yard touchdown run. Mateo Vazquez added a 24 yard touchdown run for Okeechobee.
Moore said his offensive line did a good job of blocking and his team never gave up.
Brahman Coach Jeff Whitlock said he feels the team has exceeded his expectations as they’ve won three consecutive games.
Buster Mond had over 10 tackles, including five for loss. And Wyatt Todd and Jarrett Emmick added interceptions for Okeechobee.
On the sports schedule today, Brahman football visits Heritage Palm Bay as a big underdog tonight. Kickoff on WOKC at 7 pm. Boys golf meets Jensen Beach at Sailfish country club at 3:30, Moore Haven football hosts Evangelical Christian at 7 pm. OHs cross country competes at the Fleet Feet Invitational at South Fork Saturday morning and OYFL hosts five games with Lake Wales starting at 9 am tomorrow at Okeechobee high.
Sports Cast for October 1st:
The boys cross country team took fifth place in their division at the Florida Runners Invite in Titusville Saturday. Daniel Shelley returned from injury to finish 21st overall with a time of 18:04. Hunter Sills finished 25th at 18:13.80, Adrian Guerrero finished in 30th place at 18:20.80, Brendan Patterson finished 52nd at 19:03.80, and Gerardo Saucedo in 63rd place at 19:18.70.
Patterson says he feels the cross country team will do well this year. Patterson says every member of the team seems to enjoy themselves and is getting a lot out of the sport this year. The girls team finished in 21st place.
OHS volleyball improved to 8-1 as they swept Bayside and Heritage Palm Bay last night on the road.
On the sports schedule today Yearling travels to Gifford for middle school soccer and volleyball at 4:30, Moore Haven volleyball visits Out of Door Academy at 5 pm. OHS boys golf takes on South Fork and Port St. Lucie at Hammock Creek country club at 3:30, Osceola volleyball and soccer visit Sebastian, OHS volleyball will host Port St. Lucie with JV at 5 and varsity to follow
JV football hosts Jensen Beach tonight at 6 pm. OHS swimmers host Sebring at 5:30 pm Moore Haven JV football hosts Glades Day at 6 pm.