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Coach Mary Huff, Brahmans softball win district title

OKEECHOBEE — As a player at Okeechobee High School, Mary Huff enjoyed plenty of success on the softball field. That success has shifted to coaching. Huff won her first district title as head coach of the Brahmans in April. “We peaked at the right time,” said Huff, who is in her fourth

Preparations continue for NAIG in Toronto

TORONTO — The North American Indigenous Games, which includes several teams from the Seminole Tribe, will be held July 16-23 in Toronto. Toronto Mayor John Tory officially proclaimed April 19, 2017 Team 88 Day in the City of Toronto in front of a crowd at Nathan Phillips Square as the Toronto

Amya Baxley helps John Carroll win state title

VERO BEACH — The John Carroll High School softball team, which includes the Seminole Tribe’s Amya Baxley, captured its first state championship since 1996 with a 4-1 win against Lakeland Christian in the Class 3A state final May 18 at Historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach. The victory earned John Carroll some redemption

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

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