BRIGHTON — Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School’s eighth-grade parent night for its volleyball team is the middle school’s version of a high school’s senior night.
On Oct. 5, PECS honored its eighth-graders before they finished their middle school volleyball career and head to high school next year.
Before facing Osceola Middle School, eight
COCONUT CREEK — Franklin Jumper would have liked some company – in the form of teammates – as he lined up for the start of the high school boys varsity race in the Pine Crest Cross Country Invitational on Oct. 12.
Other runners from schools such as American Heritage, Calvary Christian
When Stephanie Bowers Hiatt was a sophomore in high school back in the early 1990s, she met a boy at a summer church camp in North Dakota.
A couple years later that boy convinced her to join him in attending the University of Sioux Falls in South Dakota. Although her roots
A pair of Haskell Indian Nations University runners swept the Association of Independent Institutions’ cross country weekly honors Sept. 25.
Freshmen Chantel Yazzie and Max Tuckfield turned in strong performances during the Emporia State University Papa John’s Invitational.
Yazzie, of Fort Wingate, N.M., completed the 5-kilometer course in 23:52.72 in a meet
BRIGHTON — Similar to just about every scholastic fall sports team in the state, the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School volleyball team’s season was interrupted by Hurricane Irma in September.
But before the big storm arrived, the Lady Seminoles opened their season with a pair of impressive wins at home against
MOORE HAVEN — When they arrived on the first day of practice for the Moore Haven junior varsity/middle school football team, the small group of players from the Brighton Reservation was not surprised to see Ysla Gopher on the field.
Most of the Tribal kids knew she planned to play.
MOORE HAVEN — Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School doesn’t have a football team, but it does have football players.
Six kids, all from grade 7 at PECS, are playing big roles on the Moore Haven junior varsity/middle school team. They helped the squad notch a pair of impressive wins in its first
MOORE HAVEN — Sunni Bearden saved her best volleyball on her senior night until the final set.
The Moore Haven High School senior captain from the Brighton Reservation blasted five kills in the fifth set to lead the Terriers past visiting Glades Day, 3-2 (24-26, 25-14, 20-25, 25-15, 15-9), on Sept.
With nine players on its roster, the Ahfachkee School volleyball team began its season Aug. 29 with a match at Hollywood Christian School.
It didn’t take long for Ahfachkee — which didn’t have a team the past couple years — to generate momentum. The Lady Warriors won the first set, but
Florida Gulf Coast University softball head coach David Deiros announced Aug. 7 the signing of six new players, including the Seminole Tribe’s Ahnie Jumper of the Big Cypress Reservation.
The six newcomers – three freshmen and three transfers – join the five incoming freshmen and one transfer who signed in the