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PECS students shine for Moore Haven JV/MS football

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

Sunni Bearden leads Moore Haven to senior night victory

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.

FGCU softball announces new recruits, including Ahnie Jumper

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

Opening ceremony highlights from NAIG

TORONTO — Before Team Florida started competition in six sports at the North American Indigenous Games and before its Seminoles went out and captured four gold medals and one bronze along the way, athletes, coaches and parents were treated to a high-energy opening night ceremony July 16. Thousands of indigneous athletes

Florida State starts season vs ‘Bama

A championship-worthy tilt will start Florida State’s football season when the Seminoles meet Alabama on Sept. 2 in Atlanta. FSU is ranked No. 3 and Alabama No. 1 in the Associated Press and Coaches’ preseason polls. Two Sports Illustrated writers predict those teams will meet again in the national championship game. As

Seminole teams shine brightly in Arizona desert

A fast start for four Seminole teams helped pave the way to a solid showing at the Native American Basketball Invitational. The teams – STOF and the Seminoles in the boys division and Lady NS and Lady Seminoles in the girls division – all made the Gold bracket playoffs after they

Hollywood hosts For the Love of the Game tournament

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Young basketball players showed their love for the sport at the For the Love of the Game Youth Tournament. Fourteen teams – boys, girls and co-ed – vied for championships in early August at the Howard Tiger Recreation Center. “I hope this tournament continues to grow and teams

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