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Tribesmen take Tribal Fair tournament

HOLLYWOOD — This year could shape up to be a memorable one for the Tribesmen. It has certainly started on the right note for the team from Brighton. They won the Seminole Tribal Fair Basketball Tournament’s 15-17 division Feb. 9 with a 60-53 win against Native Soldiers at the Howard

Strong starts from college athletes

College athletes from Seminole Tribe of Florida reservations are off to strong starts on the softball and baseball fields this season. Here’s an update as of Feb. 14 on how they’re doing. • Ahnie Jumper, of the Big Cypress Reservation, scored Florida Gulf Coast University’s third run in a 4-0 win

Short-handed Moore Haven comes up short in district playoffs

NAPLES — The numbers on the bench and the scoreboard didn’t favor the Moore Haven High School girls basketball team. Despite a determined effort from start to finish from the Brighton Reservation trio of starting seniors Alicia Fudge, Burgundy Pierce and Caroline Sweat, Moore Haven’s season ended with a 48-41 loss

Lucas Osceola, Silas Madrigal win district title with OHS

STUART — Okeechobee High School boys basketball coach Demetre Riles said during the district playoffs that he wanted this year’s team to leave a legacy that wouldn’t be forgotten. The Brahmans did just that. As the No. 3 seed, Okeechobee swept the Class 7A-District 13 tournament. The Brahmans, loaded with seniors playing

Andrew Fish signs with St. Thomas

MOORE HAVEN — Another chapter in the rapid ascension of Moore Haven High School football player Andrew Fish was written Feb. 9. In front of close to 100 people, including teammates, classmates, coaches, administrators and family members who filled bleachers in front of him in the school’s gymnasium, Fish signed

Ahnie Jumper helps FGCU to victory over Team Japan

FORT MYERS — The Florida Gulf Coast University softball team picked up an international victory thanks in part to a squeeze bunt from Ahnie Jumper. FGCU emerged from its exhibition game against Team Japan with a 7-5 win Feb. 16 , but the Eagles needed a late-inning rally. FGCU trailed the No.