Will Warriors make it three in a row?

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Will Warriors make it three in a row?

Warriors beat the Rebels 48 to 22 at Homecoming.

Warriors beat the Rebels 48 to 22 at Homecoming.

Warriors beat the Rebels 48 to 22 at Homecoming.

Warriors beat the Rebels 48 to 22 at Homecoming.

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Osceola’s football team has been on a winning streak for their last few games of the season. With one last game this Friday the 31st, players are hoping for a 3 game win streak, which will be the longest they had all season. They are currently on a 5-4 record with 2 victories in a row.

Friday, October 17th, Osceola held its homecoming game against the Dixie Rebels. Warriors swept away the Rebels with an overall victory of 48-22. Fans roared with excitement as the team scored touchdown after touchdown. Wilan Harvey, 12th grade, scored the most with two touchdowns.

Coach Palmer, football coach, said, “There was a great effort by all of the players. The offensive line played especially well. We felt like if we practiced well, that we would play well. We knew that if we played well that we would win. We had a great week of practice.” Palmer mentioned the MVPs were Steve Thompson, 12th grade, Oscar Williams, 10th grade, Larry Coffey, 12th grade, Robert Mitchell, 11th grade, and James Waechter, 12th grade.

Fans were filled with excitement after the team scored each touchdown. Kaitlyn Merril, 10th grade, said “I was super proud of the boys and how well they played. They worked so hard and deserved a win.” Palmer however feels that there are still needs for improvement within the team, saying, “We need to get stronger and faster.”

However, these weaknesses may have been fixed almost overnight. Friday, October 24, the Warriors beat Palm Harbor University 48-14. With one game left of the season against Venice, will Osceola pull through and end up with a 3 game winning streak? Ethan Willis, 10th grade, said, “Our team knows how to fight through tough games to pull a win.” Fellow students have faith in their team that they will be able to pull one last win for their season. Taylor Mont, 9th grade, said “I think they’ll be able to do it. They’re a great team!”

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