PLANTATION — Skyla Osceola was only a few feet from her former teammates December Stubbs and Tiana Stubbs as the American Heritage sisters battled Dillard in an early season clash of Broward County powerhouses. Of course, being in the bleachers, which is where Skyla lent her support and encouragement to
BRIGHTON — About 35 young girls had plenty of talented softball players to learn from during Florida Gulf Coast University’s clinic Dec. 2 at Ollie Jones Memorial Park in Brighton.
There was Riley Randolph, a junior left-handed pitcher who won Atlantic Sun Conference rookie and pitcher of the year awards as
WEST PALM BEACH — The Chobee Gurlz 8 and under softball team, which features several players from the Brighton Reservation, ruled the PBC Santa Slam tournament from start to finish.
Chobee won all six of its games to capture the 9U championship on Dec. 3.
The team won all three of its
Some college basketball teams featured a different look in November and December.
As part of a Nike N7 program, the men’s teams from Florida State, Haskell, Marquette, Nevada, New Mexico, Nevada and Oklahoma State and women’s teams from Haskell, Nevada, Oklahoma State, Oral Roberts and Stanford wore turquoise jerseys and other
TALLAHASSEE — Florida State wide receiver Justin Motlow caught one pass in his final game at Doak Campbell Stadium on Dec. 2. Motlow hauled in a 2-yard pass from quarterback J.J.
Cosentino on a third down and 7 with 2:32 left in the Seminoles’ 42-10 win against Louisiana Monroe.
The victory boosted
BRIGHTON — Just how tough is it to face the ultra-aggressive defense of the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School girls basketball team?
West Glades Middle School found out the hard way that PECS prides itself on the work it does without the ball.
The Lady Seminoles used their suffocating defense to build a
MOORE HAVEN — It didn’t take long for Donovan Harris to make a good impression on the Moore Haven High School boys basketball team.
Not only did Donovan earn his way onto the varsity as a freshman this winter, but the former Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School standout has contributed right away.
BIG CYPRESS — What a difference a year makes.
There was no basketball season at the Ahfachkee School last year. The interest was there – enough kids wanted to play – but the court was silent because not enough players met the academic requirements.
This season improvements made by students in the
Chairman's Wild Turkey Bowl Tournament
Ballin' for a Cause Basketball Tournament
Chobee Gurls Softball
MOORE HAVEN — Kaleb Thomas won’t have to wait until next fall to see the benefits from his first season running for the Moore Haven High School cross country program.
All those after-school workouts running up and down the bridge over the Calosahatchee River and all those sprints in the family