You are here
Home > Sports (Page 2)

Florida State starts season vs ‘Bama

A championship-worthy tilt will start Florida State’s football season when the Seminoles meet Alabama on Sept. 2 in Atlanta. FSU is ranked No. 3 and Alabama No. 1 in the Associated Press and Coaches’ preseason polls. Two Sports Illustrated writers predict those teams will meet again in the national championship game. As

Seminole teams shine brightly in Arizona desert

A fast start for four Seminole teams helped pave the way to a solid showing at the Native American Basketball Invitational. The teams – STOF and the Seminoles in the boys division and Lady NS and Lady Seminoles in the girls division – all made the Gold bracket playoffs after they

Hollywood hosts For the Love of the Game tournament

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Young basketball players showed their love for the sport at the For the Love of the Game Youth Tournament. Fourteen teams – boys, girls and co-ed – vied for championships in early August at the Howard Tiger Recreation Center. “I hope this tournament continues to grow and teams

Seminoles wrap up EIRA season, ready for INFR

BRIGHTON — The Eastern Indian Rodeo Association’s 2017 season wrapped up the weekend of July 7-9 with a regional competition and banquet, but the work isn’t done yet for some of its riders. Adults and youth qualified to compete at the 42nd Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo that will be held

Champion Seminoles go undefeated in NAYO softball

The Seminoles 8 and under softball squad started the NAYO tournament by making an immediate statement with an 18-1 win in its opener. They enjoyed being in the winners’ bracket so much that they never left it. The girls from Brighton went 5-0 in Alabama to capture the NAYO championship in

Sean Osceola hurls complete game shutout

EMERSON, Ga. — Sean Osceola, of the Brighton Reservation, threw a complete game shutout for SWFL Nation 2018 against the St. Louis Pirates, as his team advanced to the playoffs in the 17U WWBA National Championship in early July. SWFL left fielder Connor Berry walked with the bases loaded to

Seminoles tackle NAIG track and field events

TORONTO — The start of the North American Indigenous Games’ track and field competition began with an impressive flash of speed from Team Florida’s Julius Aquino, who provided a glimpse of his talent on the track before abruptly being felled by injury. Running against older kids in a division above his

Team Florida hoops solid effort at NAIG

TORONTO — Even before they stepped onto the basketball courts in Toronto for the North American Indigenous Games, Team Florida faced an uphill battle. The U19 boys, which deserve plenty of credit for being Florida’s only basketball entry in the Games, never had a full squad for practices leading up to

Top
Skip to toolbar