Tiana Stubbs, shown here in game action on Nov. 20, 2018, missed more than a year of basketball due to an injury, but she’s ready to play again. She will play for Hillsborough Community College in Tampa. (Kevin Johnson photo) HOLLYWOOD — If anyone deserves good news, it’s Tiana Stubbs, and
Skyla Osceola, center, and Kyarrah Grant, second from right, will be teammates in the 2020-21 season on the Nova Southeastern University women’s basketball team. The photo shows when they were teammates in 2017 on a NAYO championship team that was coached by Skyla’s father Marl, far right, and brother Hunter,
2020 Okeechobee High School graduate Kaleb Thomas, of the Brighton Reservation, is joined by family, relatives and friends as he signs to play baseball with Clarks Summit University on May 30, 2020, at Lightsey's restaurant in Okeechobee. (Courtesy photo) Kaleb Thomas has been a third baseman, an outfielder and a pitcher.
A banner for Okeechobee High School senior Ozzy Osceola hangs on a fence at the baseball field. (OHS Facebook) Coming off a big win against Martin County in mid-March, the Okeechobee High School baseball team was feeling pretty good at practice before its next game. With a 4-4 overall record and having
After playing one season at Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne, Milan Schimmel, younger sister of Shoni and Jude Schimmel, is headed to the University of Cincinnati. (Milan Schimmel/Instagram) Another Schimmel sister will be playing NCAA Division I basketball. Milan Schimmel, a younger sister of former University of Louisville stars Shoni and
Gabby Lemieux hits a tee shot in February 2020 at the Seminole Tribe’s Chairman of the Greens Charity Golf Tournament in Plantation. (Photo Kevin Johnson) Just before COVID-19 began shutting down sports across the globe, Native American pro golfer Gabby Lemieux (Shoshone-Paiute Tribes in Idaho) missed making the cut by
Florida Gulf Coast University fans get revved up for a game at Alico Arena. (Linwood Ferguson/FGCU Athletics) FORT MYERS – The Florida Gulf Coast University’s athletics program has created a hall of fame. Its first inductees were a slam dunk. The school’s legendary “Dunk City” men’s basketball team, which reached the Sweet 16