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Return to Athletics – Fall Sports Begin August 31st

Freedom High School is set to return to athletics after the Orange County School Board was presented with the plans for a safe return to sports at the board meeting on August 25th. Fall sports will begin Monday, August 31st. Athletic Director Robert Rego has put together this Return to Athletics video highlighting some of

2020-2021 Athletic Physicals and COVID-19 Response

Orange County Public Schools has worked diligently to create a safe plan for a return to Athletics, and at Freedom High School we are working together to implement those plans for our programs. Beginning Monday, July 6th, all Fall Sports (which includes Bowling, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Swimming/Diving, and Girls Volleyball) will begin voluntary

Girls Lacrosse Routs Toho 17-6

Girls Lacrosse defeated Tohopekaliga HS 17-6 on Friday night for their third win in a row and second this week after beating Winter Haven on Tuesday 8-5. Makayla Senter powered the offense in the win Friday night scoring 10 goals and 6 in Tuesdays win. The Patriots improve to 4-3 on the season, and will

Boys Wrestling Shines at Regionals; Send 5 to States

The Boys Wrestling team took care of business at The Regional Tournament in West Palm Beach this weekend, earning 5 spots in the State Championship. Brennon Reid took home the Regional Championship in 145 Weight Class, and will be joined by teammates Evan Martinez, Andre Aja, Eric Aja, and Kliever Joseph in the Class 3A

Baseball Scores 8 in the 6th; Tops Ridge 12-4

Freedom Baseball picked up the 12-4 win at Ridge Community School, and have now improved to 6-0 on the season – including preseason. Freedom scored 8 runs in the 6th inning of a 4 to 4 game. Joel Tapia went 3-3 with 2 walks, 2 stolen bases and 4 runs scored. Seth Sherman finished the

Girls Lacrosse Defeats Lyman 9-1

The Girls Lacrosse team picked up another win, their second in a row, defeating Lyman HS 9-1. Next up for the Patriots is a matchup at Winter Haven on Tuesday night at 7:30. Then they will travel to Cypress Creek on Thursday night to take on the Bears at 6pm.

Baseball Keeps Rolling with a 17-1 Win Over Evans

Freedom Baseball extended their win streak and kept their momentum going with a 17-1 win over Evans on Thursday night. Tyler Cassidy pitched 1 clean inning for the win. The offense was powered by Seth Sherman who had 2 doubles and Aiken Santana added 2 hits. Chris Santiago had a long double with 2 RBIs

Girls Wrestling: Sierra Chavez and Kailey Rees Capture State Titles

The Freedom Girls Wrestling Team finished the 2020-21 Season at State Runner Up – a remarkable accomplishment for the program. Sierra Chavez (184 Class) and Kailey Rees (122 Class) each claimed the top spot finishing the season as State Champions. Congratulations to our athletes and coaches on a great season!

Baseball Knocks Off University 5-2

Freedom Baseball, off to a strong start this season, picked up 5 to 2 win at University on Tuesday Night. Vince Frieberger pitched 6 strong innings for the Patriots; Dereck Ujaque got his 2nd save of the season. The Patriots bats found their rhythm as Aiken Santana, Andrew Lipshutz, Seth Sherman and Joel Tapia each

Girls Lacrosse Beats Toho 12-8

Congratulations to the Girls Lacrosse team who picked up a win on the road against Tohopekaliga High School by a final score of 12-8. It also marks the first win for the program on this new season.

Baseball Defeats Colonial 11-2 on the Road

Freedom Baseball earned a big road win over Metro Conference opponent Colonial by a final of 11-2. The Freedom offense scored 7 runs in the 7th inning to break oven the game, and give the Patriots the win. Seth Sherman blasted a homerun and Rhamses Melo added a 3-run double. Starting Pitcher Tyler Cassidy threw

NCAA Virtual Workshop: March 1st at 6pm

Are you interested in playing sports at the next level? Join Mr. Barrington Huntley from the NCAA as he hosts a virtual information session for future NCAA Student-Athletes in all OCPS High Schools on Monday, March 1 at 6 pm. Topics covered will include NCAA initial-eligibility requirements & procedures, updates due to COVID19 and a