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Trail Indian Day

Trail After a two-year absence, the skinning of a deer made its return to the menu of activities for the Trail Seminole Indian Day on Sept. 16 at the Huggins family camp in Ochopee. No deer was caught for the previous two Indian Days, but Michael Osceola went out in the late

Fort Pierce Indian Day

FORT PIERCE The Fort Pierce community enjoyed a competitive, but relaxed Indian Day on Sept. 28. Music from a disc jockey played throughout the day in the background and an abundance of home-cooked food was available to satisfy appetites with breakfast, lunch and dinner. The recreation department offered plenty of activities

Future looks bright for Okeechobee High volleyball

OKEECHOBEE — Okeechobee High School’s volleyball team came up one victory shy of reaching the regional playoffs, but optimism abounds because nearly the entire team will be back next season. The Brahmans lose just one player from this year’s squad, senior Delaney Jones who was honored with her parents in a

Ahfachkee wraps up memorable season

BOCA RATON — The Ahfachkee School volleyball team improved each set before the Warriors ran out of time as their season ended Oct. 15 with a 3-0 loss to Glades Day School in a Class 2A-District 7A quarterfinal at Donna Klein Jewish Academy. Scores were 25-11, 25-15, 25-20. Ahfachkee was seeded

Kaleb Thomas making strides with Okeechobee

PORT ST. LUCIE — Kaleb Thomas had just finished running the 3.1-mile trek around the large lake at McCarty Ranch Preserve in a rural part of Port St. Lucie. The junior on the Okeechobee High School boys cross country team wasn’t thrilled with his performance. "Not too good," he said about

Ahfachkee golf program looks to grow participation

CLEWISTON — Tim Pruitt and Mateo Jimenez have high hopes for the Ahfachkee School golf program. The coaches -- Pruitt is the head coach and Jimenez is the assistant -- look at the 2018 season as a building block to growing the program, one they envision will have a full

PECS students lead Moore Haven Middle football

FORT MYERS — Corey Jumper scored Moore Haven’s two touchdowns in the Terriers’ 34-12 loss to Canterbury School in a middle school football game Oct. 16 in Fort Myers. Jumper, who played tight end on offense and defensive end on defense, caught a 60-yard touchdown pass over the middle from quarterback

PECS volleyball concludes another strong season

BRIGHTON — No banner, but yet another impressive season was compiled by the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School volleyball team. The Seminoles finished its regular season with a 9-1 record. After nine straight wins, the team’s only regular season loss came against Yearling on Oct. 16 in Okeechobee. The setback ended the