You are here
Home > Sports (Page 2)

Tribe’s royalty shines at FSU homecoming

TALLAHASSEE — Miss Florida Seminole Cheyenne Kippenberger and Jr. Miss Florida Princess Allegra Billie were in the spotlight at the Florida State University homecoming Oct. 19-20 as they joined in the school’s celebration in a big way. Even before Allegra left the downtown Tallahassee hotel for the traditional alumni luncheon and

Skyla Osceola, NSU open season Nov. 9

DAVIE — The Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball team, which includes Skyla Osceola, will open its season Nov. 9 in Miami. The Sharks will face Delta State (Nov. 9) and Union (Nov. 10) in the GSC/SSC Crossover Challenge at Barry University. The home opener is Nov. 15 against Montevallo at

PECS students lead Moore Haven Middle football

FORT MYERS — Corey Jumper scored Moore Haven’s two touchdowns in the Terriers’ 34-12 loss to Canterbury School in a middle school football game Oct. 16 in Fort Myers. Jumper, who played tight end on offense and defensive end on defense, caught a 60-yard touchdown pass over the middle from quarterback

PECS volleyball concludes another strong season

BRIGHTON — No banner, but yet another impressive season was compiled by the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School volleyball team. The Seminoles finished its regular season with a 9-1 record. After nine straight wins, the team’s only regular season loss came against Yearling on Oct. 16 in Okeechobee. The setback ended the

PECS volleyball surges forward

BRIGHTON — After starting its season with a win against Moore Haven, the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School girls volleyball team has kept the good times rolling. As of Sept. 25, the squad had an unblemished 7-0 record. The team is scheduled to wrap up the regular season Oct. 16 at Yearling

Jessi Harmon makes debut for VMI soccer

The collegiate soccer career of Jessi Harmon began Aug. 17 when the Seminole Tribal member made her debut for Virginia Military Institute, about 2,000 miles from her hometown of Flagstaff, Arizona. Harmon, a 5-foot-6 freshman defender/midfielder, had one shot and played 12 minutes in a 2-0 win at Hampton University. It