SCHS had another exciting week in sports. Football had their homecoming game this past Friday, boys' and girls' golf both had outstanding victories at the Orange Belt Conference, and volleyball had an important rivalry game against Harmony High School. All this and more are happened this week for SCHS school sports.
Last Friday, SCHS football faced Winter Springs High in the homecoming game. The dawgs snapped their two-game losing streak with the win against the Winter Springs Bears with a score of 39-7. The Dawgs offense was excellent this past Friday: Quarterback Garhett King passed for 260 yards which helped to get three touchdowns for the team. But Garhett was not the only person on the team who had a good offensive game. AJ Negron had a 40 yard touchdown in the second quarter to make the game two touchdowns to zero for the Dawgs. Hayden Taylor also had a 13 yard touchdown in the second quarter making the game 32-0. Garhett King had a threw a 46-yard touchdown to Jack Rilling extending their lead even more in the third quarter. Defense also had a good night with only one touchdown against them in the entire game, and two fumble recoveries by Logan Holoubek and Kwaisi Crudup. With this 39-7 victory, the Dawgs made their record 3-2, and are looking to get another win against Victory Cristian Academy on October 30th.
The Lady Bulldogs had an important rivalry game against Harmony High on October 22. This was the third time SCHS and Harmony will face each other during the regular season. This game was played on enemy territory, so the Lady Bulldogs had to play hard to get the win. The teams record was 12-2 going into last Thursday's game and Harmony's was 6-7 heading into their third meeting. The sets were closer than the last two meetings, which ended in sweeps for SCHS both times. This game was the last set and SCHS came short, losing 3-2 in an upset victory for the Harmony Longhorns. Next week I will go over the most recent girls volleyball games against Celebration and Gateway High, which went better for the Lady Bulldogs than this game.
The boys' and girls' golf team competed in the Orange Belt Conference (OBC) and played excellently in both categories. The girls played Harmony and won by 10 strokes (367 –377). This was the Lady Bulldogs fourth consecutive OBC championship. The girls were not the only ones who played well in the OBCs, all members of the boys' golf team received All-Conference honors and shot a team score of 318 strokes, easily defeating the competition with Celebration coming in second with 378 strokes.