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SIDELINES: 10.01.15 - West Orange
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+ Week Seven arrives for youth football squads
The season moves ever onward for youth football programs from West Orange County, with an exciting lineup of games set for this Saturday, Oct. 11.

This week’s Mid-Florida Pop Warner competition includes the Ocoee Bulldogs hosting the Dr. Phillips Panthers, the Olympia Titans traveling to take on Apopka, and the West Orange Wildcats hosting the South Orlando Braves.

The Ocoee Cardinals and the Oviedo-Hagerty Knights of the Central Florida Youth Football League will do battle on a neutral site this week, hitting the gridiron at Bishop Moore High School in Orlando.

Finally, the West Orange Bobcats of the Florida Youth Football and Cheer League will hit the road to take on the Celebration Storm.

+ W.O. girls bowling are Metro champs
West Orange High School’s girls bowling program clinched its fifth consecutive Metro Championship on Oct. 2, taking down the previously undefeated Ocoee Knights.

The Warriors’ roster includes Allie Lott, Allyson Forton, Marina Vorobyeva, Madelin Zubricky Kristyn, Burbano and Brittany Kolacki.

Both programs held a record of 9-1 following the match. District tournaments for the FHSAA playoffs will run Oct. 27 to 29.

+ Ocoee hoops star will play in college
Grant Riller, a standout guard for the Ocoee Knights varsity basketball team, announced Oct. 7 his college commitment to the College of Charleston.

Riller, a senior, averaged 14.9 points per game as a junior with the Knights.

+ West Orange junior pitcher commits to UNC
Tyler Baum, a junior RHP and outfielder for the West Orange Warriors, announced Oct. 6 his commitment to play college baseball for the University of North Carolina. 

The pitcher plays his travel baseball for the Orlando Scorpions.

+ W.O., D.P. tops at girls golf championship
The girls golf championship for the West division of the Metro Conference was held at Windermere Country Club on Oct. 1.

The West Orange Warriors won the day, finishing with a 160 team score, with the Dr. Phillips Panthers placing second with a 164. Olympia finished fourth, behind Edgewater, with a 251.

Do you have a good sports scoop for us? Contact Steven Ryzewski, [email protected].


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