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For the love of rodeo, middle schoolers showcase their skills

DAVIE — They climb aboard horses with names such as Apache, Batman, Kicks and Toots. Thanks to rodeo on TV and elsewhere, they know who the professional stars are, such as Hailey Kinsel, J.B. Mauney, Tuff Cooper and Jackie Crawford, hoping someday to compete on the big stage as well. For

Immokalee softball wins first-ever district title

IMMOKALEE — More than 20 minutes had elapsed since the final out was recorded in Immokalee’s 2019 season, but the tears continued to stream down Jillian Rodriguez’s face. This season – her fourth and final one for Immokalee – carried plenty of significance and emotion, which is why it was

Triple Crown series wraps up in BC

BIG CYPRESS — Another Triple Crown Fishing Series wrapped up May 11 on the canals of the Big Cypress Reservation. Ruben Anzualda and Frank Marrero were rewarded for their consistency with the grand championship trophy. They had two third-place finishes and one second during the series and finished with a weight of

PECS honors its alumni with annual grad walk

BRIGHTON — Before they walk into the next chapter of their lives, former Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School students gladly returned to the school on May 22 for an afternoon of appreciation, congratulations and reminiscing. It is an annual rite of passage each May at PECS as the pre-K through grade 8

Cheyenne Nunez ready for NCAA Division I ball

It didn’t take long for Cheyenne Nunez to determine where her next stop will be in her college softball career. One trip to Spartanburg, South Carolina is all it took for Nunez to know that the University of South Carolina Upstate is an ideal fit. "I fell in love with it. It’s

Tribesmen shine again at NAYO

HOLLYWOOD — In recent NAYO basketball tournaments, the Tribesmen 14U boys team has shown it belongs among the elite teams in its age division. This year was no different as the Tribesmen, filled with speed on the outside and toughness on the inside, went the furthest of any Seminole team