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Warriors win rivalry game

Photo credit: Miles Johnson

Tyler Wulterkens, Staff Writer

October 9, 2020

The Warriors football team won against rival Seminole High on October 1st. Students waited for this game throughout the whole season. The Warhawks were looking for some payback with the loss against OFHS last year. Each team prepared for this game all year long.  Warriors won 10-9. Cameron Jenn...

Runners look forward to states

At the Northport meet, runners huddle after the races.

Avery Latto

October 1, 2020

       As the cross country team conquered another meet this past weekend, it became apparent to the runners that it’s time to look ahead to states. This past weekend, Warriors competed in “FL Runners Invitational 21”, a race that brings many teams from around the state of Flor...

First place Rays dominate Yankees

Ms, Herring loves the Rays!

Miles Johnson

September 11, 2020

Update:        The Rays are still holding on tight to their No. 1 Seed Spot. The Toronto Blue Jays have pushed past the New York Yankees to be the second-place team. The Yankees are in a key series against the Blue Jays. The Rays face the defending World Series Champions, National...

Warriors back on the battlefield

Osceola's new football coach, Coach Montgomery talks to the newspaper class about the upcoming season.

August 26, 2020

Coach Montgomery spoke to the Warrior Record Staff today about the upcoming football season.  Coach said that the football season is on with new capacity rules.  Only 25% of the capacity in the stands may be filled.  Cheerleaders will be there, but band will be limited.  Many of the available ...

Warriors’ dreams of spring sports fall short

Track is one of the spring sports that has been cancelled. (file picture)

Jeremiah Morris, Staff Writer

May 15, 2020

Due to Covid-19, all schools' spring sports have been canceled. At first the FHSAA postponed all spring sports until April 15th, but the pandemic became worse as time went on, so they officially canceled all spring sports and championships. This happened after Governor Ron DeSantis announced that schoo...

Warriors boys varsity lacrosse season cut off early

This file picture is from 2019's practice season for the girls.

Kelli Slater, Staff Writer

May 13, 2020

While most of us spent our last day at school without realizing it, others had their season cut in half and played their last game, not knowing it was going to be the last time they stepped on that field for the rest of the season. For some, their season was cut short as a freshman, but for others,...

Bucs will wear fancy new threads

This file picture shows a student wearing the old design.

Ryan Lueck, Staff writer

April 21, 2020

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers used to wear scarlet and an assortment of gold and silver lining on their uniforms. This year, they went all out and redesigned their whole uniform. One uniform is all pewter-colored throughout the jersey and pants, the second combination is a white jersey and pewter pants, and...

Baseball season begins with a bang

Warriors play against Seminole at Osceola's field last Thursday.

Tristan Fondren, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

With the spring season starting for the Osceola Warriors baseball team, the players are getting ready for a successful season. They are getting the year off to a great start with  5-1. Starting Center Fielder Michael Doyle, 11th grade, said, “I feel like the season will be great by how fast...

Softball is off to a running start

Posters around the school give updates on upcoming softball events.

Courtney Sipos and Payton Pope

March 10, 2020

Softball season has just started and that means welcoming back old players from last year and working new freshmen into the team. For these new freshmen, there are many things they have learned so far this season.  Enslie Lloyd, 9th grade, said, “The experience I’ve had on the team has b...

Super Bowl comes home

Tampa bay will host the next Super Bowl of 2021!

Tristan Fondren, Staff Writer

February 7, 2020

Super Bowl 55 will be held at the Raymond James Stadium in 2021. Some students have already booked it in their calendar because they will be attending it. Wyatt Fine, 9th grade, said his parents are excited. “My parents want me to go because it will be a fun experience to watch the Super Bowl in...

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