LAKELAND — American Heritage School athletic director Karen Stearns had just placed a state championship medal around the neck of December Stubbs.
Stearns then put a second medal around Stubbs.
“And one for Tiana,” Stearns said to December.
Indeed, the Patriots’ 58-40 win against Bishop Kenny (Jacksonville) in the Class 6A girls basketball
BIG CYPRESS — Hot dogs, music, team photos, new uniforms, live anthem singers, a ceremonial first pitch. Indeed, all the ingredients needed for a baseball opening day were present at Billie Johns Ball Field in Big Cypress as the Outlaws and the Braves opened the 2019 T’ball season March 7.
PEMBROKE PINES — The Sonic Blast youth soccer team enjoyed a perfect ending to a perfect season.
The team, which features a trio of players from the Seminole Tribe (Sam Josh, Xiya Osceola, Xavier Osceola) and is coached by Tribal employee Kenny Bayon, capped off an 11-0 season March 10 with
PEMBROKE PINES — The 18 holes at Pembroke Lakes Golf Club filled up Feb. 8 with the debut of the Seminole Tribe’s first Chairman of the Greens Charity Golf Tournament, which drew 35 foursomes, or about 140 golfers.
No team generated a hotter round than Big Cypress Councilman Mondo Tiger, Charlie
HOLLYWOOD — This year could shape up to be a memorable one for the Tribesmen.
It has certainly started on the right note for the team from Brighton. They won the Seminole Tribal Fair Basketball Tournament’s 15-17 division Feb. 9 with a 60-53 win against Native Soldiers at the Howard
BOCA RATON — Ahfachkee School basketball coach Greg Stephens is a big believer that programs start with effort, which is why he was pleased with what he saw in his girls team’s final game this season.
The scoreboard showed a lopsided loss as Ahfachkee dropped a Class 2A-District 7 semifinal to
(Editor’s note: The American Heritage School girls basketball team, which includes Seminole sisters December Stubbs and Tiana Stubbs, advanced to the Class 6A Final Four, which was scheduled to start after the printing of this issue of The Seminole Tribune. Check out the Tribune’s Facebook page and the March 29
College athletes from Seminole Tribe of Florida reservations are off to strong starts on the softball and baseball fields this season. Here’s an update as of Feb. 14 on how they’re doing.
• Ahnie Jumper, of the Big Cypress Reservation, scored Florida Gulf Coast University’s third run in a 4-0 win
NAPLES — The numbers on the bench and the scoreboard didn’t favor the Moore Haven High School girls basketball team.
Despite a determined effort from start to finish from the Brighton Reservation trio of starting seniors Alicia Fudge, Burgundy Pierce and Caroline Sweat, Moore Haven’s season ended with a 48-41 loss
STUART — Okeechobee High School boys basketball coach Demetre Riles said during the district playoffs that he wanted this year’s team to leave a legacy that wouldn’t be forgotten.
The Brahmans did just that.
As the No. 3 seed, Okeechobee swept the Class 7A-District 13 tournament. The Brahmans, loaded with seniors playing