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Sports Cast for December 8th:
Jaylen Baker’s jumper gave Pemayetv Emakahv the lead with under a minute to play and the Seminoles defeated Osceola 38-35 in boys middle school basketball last night. Robert Harris had nine rebounds and 12 points for the Seminoles.
Coach Kevin Jackson said his team didn’t play as well as he would have liked.
Daniel Phillips had 8 points and Veyon Washington and Cole Younger had six points apiece for Osceola.
Brighton also pulled out the girls’ game 26-22 as they held off a Lady Warriors rally.
Julia Smith had 18 points, but only two in the second half.
Coach Tim Thomas said the Seminoles relaxed a little bit after they built an 11 point halftime lead.
LaFasia Smith had 10 points and 17 rebounds for Osceola.
Glades Day defeats the Lady Brahmans in soccer last night 2-0.
Brahman boys’ hoops pounded Immokalee, scoring 29 points in the second quarter enroute to an 84-61 victory.
On the sports schedule, Brighton basketball visits West Glades at 4:30. Moore Haven girls and boys basketball host Imagine School beginning at 5:30, OHS girls’ soccer visits Jensen Beach at 6 pm. Yearling basketball hosts Gifford at 4:30 and 5:45. Osceola basketball hosts Olso at 4:30 and 5:45, OHS boys basketball hosts Desoto tonight with JV at 5:30 and varsity at 7 pm. Moore Haven girls’ soccer host Jupiter Christian at 5 pm.
Monday, December 7, 2015
Pemayetv Emahakv basketball visits Osceola 4:30/5:45 pm
Girls soccer hosts Glades Day 7 pm
Boys basketball visits Immokalee, 4, 5:30, 7 pm
Boys soccer visits William T. Dwyer 7 pm
Moore Haven girls soccer at Avon Park 6 pm
Tuesday, December 8
PECS at West Glades 4:30 pm
Moore Haven girls basketball at Imagine School 5:30 pm Boys game at 7 pm
Moore Haven girls soccer hosts Jupiter Christian at 5 pm
OHS girls soccer at Jensen Beach at 6 pm
Yearling basketball hosts Gifford at 4:30 and 5:45 pm
Osceola basketball hosts Oslo at 4:30 and 5:45
OHS boys basketball hosts Desoto at 7 pm
OHS football awards banquet at OHS cafeteria at 6 pm
Moore Haven girls soccer at Canterbury at 5 pm
Moore Haven girls basketball hosts Evangelical Christian at 5:30 pm, boys basketball at 7 pm
OHS Junior varsity boys soccer at Fort Pierce Central at 4 pm
OHS girls soccer at Fort Pierce Central at 4 pm
Yearling at Osceola basketball at 4:30 and 5:45
OHS boys basketball at Palm Bay-Herittage 6/7:30 pm
Moore Haven girls basketball hosts Okeechobee at 6:00 pm
Moore Haven boys basketball at Clewiston at 7:30 pm
OHS girls soccer hosts Palm Beach Lakes at 8 pm
OHS boys soccer hosts Palm Beach Lakes at 6 pm
OHS wrestling at Poinciana Tournament 9 am.
Sports Cast for December 7th:
Shaquoy Ferrol had a game high 28 points and 11 rebounds as Okeechobee defeated Bayside 62-46 to remain undefeated in District basketball Friday.
Demetrius Clark added 14 points for the Brahmans. Okeechobee had 23 steals as a team in the game. Ferrol said he likes to help the team any way he can
Coach Demetre Riles said Ferrol is quicker than post defenders and takes advantage of that for easy baskets.
The Brahman junior varsity prevailed 58-57 and the freshman won 65-58.
Boys’ soccer defeated South Fork in a district match 3-1. The junior varsity fell to the Bulldogs 2-0.
On the sports schedule today, Osceola Middle school hosts Pemayetv Emahakv for basketball at 4:30 this afternoon. Girls’ soccer will host Glades Day at 7 pm. Brahman boys’ hoops visit Immokalee with JV at 5:30 and varsity at 7 pm. Boys’ soccer visits William T. Dwyer at 7 pm
Moore Haven girls’ soccer visits Avon Park at 6 pm.
Sports Cast for December 4th:
Lahna Baker led three players in double figures with 15 points as Okeechobee overwhelmed Inlet Grove 56-20 in high school girls’ basketball last night. Baker added three rebounds and five assists. Raeley Matthews had 12 points and 13 rebounds and Shytria Ash had 12 points, six rebounds and five steals.
Baker says after she hit her first shot she felt relaxed out there. Coach Joe Smith said the girls played with energy and were able to run their system. He said the team continues to take the next step to respectability
Okeechobee improved to 9-1 on the season.
Girls soccer lost a defensive struggle to John carroll 2-1. Josie Griffin did an excellent job in goal and helped keep Okeechobee in front for over half the game.
Griffin said she felt her team played a lot better than their mercy rule loss against Suncoast. Marisol Solis scored Okeecehobee’s goal.
On the sports schedule today, OHS boys basketball hosts Bayside for a triple header starting at 4:30 this afternoon. OHS boys soccer hosts South Fork with JV at 5 pm and varsity to follow. Moore Haven girls and boys hoops host Canterbury beginning at 5:30 pm.
Sports Cast for December 3rd:
Suncoast defeated Okeechobee 3-2 in boy’s soccer action last night. Jose Jaimes and Wilson Barahona had goals for Okeechobee.
Coach Lonnie Sears said he had an outmanned team with 8 players unable to play due to breaking team rules. Sears said he has been a bit frustrated with this talented bunch of players this year.
Suncoast won the girls soccer match 10-0.
Raw videos of each match are available for viewing on the WOKC Facebook page.
Girls’ basketball won at Forest Hill 46-34 to improve to 8-1 on the year.
On the sports schedule today, OHS girls basketball hosts Inlet Grove with JV at 6 pm and varsity to follow.
Moore Haven girls’ soccer hosts Glades Day at 4 pm. OHS girls’ soccer hosts John Carroll at 6 pm. Yearling basketball visits Oslo at 4;30 and 5:45 and Osceola basketball visits Sebastian with games beginning at 4:30 pm.