A big day at the plate and on the base paths from Cheyenne Nunez helped State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, sweep South Florida State College in a softball doubleheader April 5 in Bradenton.
Nunez, from the Brighton Reservation, had four hits, three runs scored, one RBI and four stolen bases in
BIG CYPRESS — It’s been 34 years since U.S. Marines Lance Corporal Herman L. Osceola died in a military helicopter accident while serving his country. The presence of the Seminole hero, who was 23 at the time of the crash in South Korea, remains a vital part of the Big
BRIGHTON — For a majority of the starters on the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School softball team, the next softball uniform they wear will be Okeechobee High purple, Moore Haven High black or perhaps another school. Regardless of where they go next, this year’s 8th-graders left a tough act to follow.
MOORE HAVEN — As soon as Moore Haven High School softball coach Clint Raulerson arrived at the field and saw Sunni Bearden – his team’s only senior from the class of 2018 – the tears followed.
“We’re proud of Sunni. She’s come a long way since we got here. She’s part
’s senior season on the Lake Placid High School softball team can be summed up with the phrase ‘quality over quantity.’
With an abundance of pitchers on the team, Thomas’s playing time has been limited, but she’s done a solid job in her few appearances.
“She’s a pitcher and we have five
HOLLYWOOD – A year from now, dozens of Native American youth basketball teams will come to Florida when the Seminole Tribe hosts the 2019 NAYO Basketball Tournament.
If the turnout resembles anything close to this year’s event – held March 29 to 31 in Cherokee, N.C. – then it will be
MIAMI — Valholly Frank is too young to vote and too young to drive, but the teenager from the Big Cypress Reservation is not too young to make an impact.
Nor is she afraid.
Even though she’s only 15, the Sagemont School freshman is more than willing to take on big challenges.
HOLLYWOOD — As he sat at the scorer’s table in the gymnasium named in memory of his dad, Mike Tiger smiled while he watched a group of boys pick up a basketball and freely play, sprinting from one end of the court to the other.
No refs, no coaches, no scorekeeping;
As Jessi Harmon shifts from being a high school student to a college student, she’s carried two primary goals: To attend military college – following in the footsteps of her older brothers – and to play soccer.
Those goals have come to fruition as the daughter of Donna and Edward Harmon
BRIGHTON — Quality won out over quantity this season for rising star bull rider Dyami Nelson, but the end result was the same.
For the second year in a row, Nelson is the Southern States Bull Riding Tour champion.
“I didn’t ride as much as last year, but I did ride better,”