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Homecoming for OHS softball players in PECS home finale

BRIGHTON — The final home game of the softball season for Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School was a homecoming for the visiting team. Four PECS alumni returned to Brighton with the Okeechobee High junior varsity team. Outfielder Brienna Brockman, catcher Jacee Jumper, pitcher Janessa Nunez and shortstop Julia Smith helped the Brahmans

Moore Haven honors Sydnee Cypress on senior night

MOORE HAVEN — Moore Haven High School softball’s Class of 2017, which includes shortstop Sydnee Cypress, won’t soon be forgotten. Cypress and four other Terrier seniors were recognized during a senior night pregame ceremony April 11. They’ve been a big part of the most successful stretch in the program’s history dating

Lessons for Immokalee kids stretch beyond basketball

IMMOKALEE — Life’s lessons can often be learned while playing sports – a philosophy adhered to by former St. Thomas University basketball player Tony Perkins during his basketball clinics. Perkins brought his Tony Perkins Basketball Academy to the Immokalee Reservation’s Boys & Girls Club on March 16. More than 20 youngsters

PECS softball cruises to victory in home opener

  BRIGHTON — After falling behind early, the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School softball team wasted no time racing past Moore Haven, 18-2, in the Lady Seminoles’ home opener on March 7 at Ollie Jones Memorial Park in Brighton. PECS trailed 1-0 after a half inning, but then scored five times in the

All-Broward County First Team honor for Skyla Osceola

American Heritage senior Skyla Osceola earned a postseason honor in March when the 5-foot-10 standout guard was named Sun Sentinel First Team All-Broward County for classes 1A through 6A. As a starting point guard, Osceola helped the Patriots compile a 27-3 record. She was a force in the 6A playoffs. She

Pooh King named Big Smoky Conference Player of the Year

By Scott McKie Cherokee One Feather CHEROKEE, N.C. — For the second year in a row, Cherokee has taken home the top post-season honors in girls basketball in the Big Smoky Mountain Conference. Identical to last season, Pooh King, senior point guard, was named Player of the Year, and Chris Mintz, Lady

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