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Cheyenne Nunez ready for NCAA Division I ball

It didn’t take long for Cheyenne Nunez to determine where her next stop will be in her college softball career. One trip to Spartanburg, South Carolina is all it took for Nunez to know that the University of South Carolina Upstate is an ideal fit. "I fell in love with it. It’s

Tribesmen shine again at NAYO

HOLLYWOOD — In recent NAYO basketball tournaments, the Tribesmen 14U boys team has shown it belongs among the elite teams in its age division. This year was no different as the Tribesmen, filled with speed on the outside and toughness on the inside, went the furthest of any Seminole team

Successful season for PECS softball

Even before the season wrapped up and even before the team said ‘goodbye’ to its four eighth-graders, the Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School softball team had already exceeded the expectations of its coach. With a 6-1 record entering its final day of the season in late April, the Lady Seminoles had generated

Sisters star for Immokalee High softball

Jillian Rodriguez signs with Tennessee State; Ava Nunez earns Player of the Year honor IMMOKALEE — Immokalee High School softball coach Ruben Lucio wishes he could have the sensational sister duo of Jillian Rodriguez and Ava Nunez for four years, but he’ll settle for one. Jillian, a senior, and Ava, a freshman,

Hard Rock Stadium a big hit with tennis stars

MIAMI — Less than a year before it becomes the center of the universe on Feb. 2, 2020 for the Super Bowl, Hard Rock Stadium hosted the biggest stars in tennis for the Miami Open. Serena Williams, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic – winners of a combined 58 Grand Slam titles

Sydnee Cypress starring for ASA

Sydnee Cypress was nearly unstoppable in the batter’s box during a three-game stretch in March. Cypress, a freshman for the ASA College Miami softball team, batted 7-for-11 with a home run, double and two RBI. The impressive stretch came in mid-March in a win against Rainy River Community College and

No sophomore slump for Cheyenne Nunez

After an outstanding debut with State College of Florida a year ago, Cheyenne Nunez hasn’t missed a beat this season. As of late March, the former Okeechobee High School standout from the Brighton Reservation led SCF in several offensive categories, including batting average (.347), on base percentage (.446), at bats (118),