Members of Dr. Phillips High School’s football program visit with children at Starlight Children’s Foundation and participate in the foundation’s Halloween Boo Bash.
More than 30 members of Dr. Phillips High School’s football program visited with children at Starlight Children’s Foundation and participated in the foundation’s Halloween Boo Bash. For nearly 30 years, Starlight Children’s Foundation has assisted children with life-threatening illnesses, as well as their families.
Residents and organizations who would like to request assistance from DPHS athletic teams for events or community service, can email Athletic Director Russell Wambles at
www.dpathletics.ocps.net/contact.asp on the Web.
The West Orange Junior Warriors Pee Wee Division football team wins the Mid-Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference District 7 championship.
The West Orange Junior Warriors Junior Division football team earned top honors at the Mid-Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference District 7 championship. Congratulations to team members Colin Barnard, Sydal Barton, Guysen “B.J.” Bohler, Ashton Bozarth, Devyn Castor, Antonio Chatman Jr., Braheim Chentouf, Hunter Cole, Zuri Davis, Misael Echevarria, Hawke Forsythe, Martravius Gilbert, Oliver Gray, Nicholas Green, Caleb Haith, Andrey Hawkins, Noah and Zachary Hummel, Tanner Ingle, Cordell Jones, Eddie Loos, Justin Morgan, Ralph “Trae” Odem, Luis Rivera, Kevaun Smith, Jordan and Joshua Taylor, and Zhantavious “Tay” Winters; head coach Don Taylor; and assistant coaches Billy Bozarth, Eddie Loos, Troy Ingle, Darryl Harris and Mandrell Winters.
The West Orange Junior Warriors Junior Division football team wins the Mid- Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference District 7 championship.
The Orange County Girls Lacrosse Club’s Storm team places second in its division at the inaugural I Lacrosse My Heart tournament held in Wesley Chapel.
The Orange County Girls Lacrosse Club’s Storm team traveled to Wesley Chapel to compete in the inaugural I Lacrosse My Heart tournament, which benefited St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. The girls bested three other teams to place second in their division.
Orlando Area Rowing Society’s men’s Novice 8 team places first in its division at the Head of the Hooch regatta held in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Orlando Area Rowing Society team members traveled to Chattanooga, Tenn., to compete in the Head of the Hooch regatta, the second largest rowing regatta in the U.S. More than 9,000 rowers from more than 30 states participated in the event. Kudos to the men’s Novice 8 boat of Brad Frank, Bruen George, James Goodyear, coxswa in Adam Hamlin, Patrick Hansen, Connor Hawkin s , Vincent Romagno, Jimmy Romagnoli and Matt Slusarczyk, which bes ted 35 other boats to bring home a gold medal. Congratulations also to the Mixed Youth Double (scull) boat of Christine Cavallo and Ben Delaney, which placed first out of 15 boats.
Orlando Area Rowing Society team members Ben Delaney and Christine Cavallo, a student at Olympia High School, place first in the Mixed Youth Double (scull) division of the Head of the Hooch regatta held in Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Orange County Orlando Magic Recreation Center at West Orange, located at 309 S.W. Crown Point Road in Winter Garden, is accepting registrations for its youth coed volleyball league for children ages 12 through 17. Games will be played Sundays from Jan. 8 through March 18. The cost is $40 per person and includes a T-shirt.
The center also offers home-school physical education each Monday for grades kindergarten through eight, as well as wee workouts each Monday from 11 a.m.-noon for children ages 2 through 4.
For more information, call 407-254-9245 or visit www.orlandomagicocflgyms.net on the Web.
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