The 93rd edition of the rivalry was originally scheduled for Friday, October 7 but was canceled then rescheduled due to Hurricane Matthew closing in on the area. It was revived over the weekend with moves made by the School District of Osceola County.
Tyler is a senior that is lettered in varsity football all 4 years and wrestling for 2 years, while maintaining a 3.3 GPA at St. Cloud. He has been All-County the past 3 years and All-State last year. Tyler plans to attend a 4-year university to study Sports Exercise Science.
Naaman is on the football and track team at Osceola and has managed to uphold a 3.5 GPA. He plans to be an accounting major upon graduation at a college or university. He is the son of Lashonda Baker.
Chuckie Bronson was a 4 time varsity letterman on varsity football team. In the 1980 rivalry game against Osceola he was “the player that they couldn’t get past to get a first down”. That particular game remains the largest point spread win with a 48-15 victory over Osceola. His accomplishments include: * Orlando Sentinel Defensive Player of the Week for Central Florida * Orange Belt Conference 1st Team in 1979 and 1980 * All Central Florida Defensive Line 1st Team in 1980 * All State Defensive Line 1st Team in 1980 * Defensive Player of the Year for St. Cloud High in 1980 * MVP for St. Cloud High in 1980 Currently Chuckie is the owner of Bronson’s Catfish and Frog Legs Corporation a commercial fishing business locally operated.
Brett Williams is one of the best athletes to come out of a long line of great student athletes from Osceola High School. Brett was a 1998 graduate. Brett was a 5 time state champion in track and field in the discus and shot put events. As impressive as that is, he was also ranked in the top 5 offensive lineman in football in the country by USA Today and and was a USA Today All American. During his 4 years playing varsity football at Osceola from 1995 to 1998, Brett and his Osceola teammates NEVER lost to Saint Cloud and made the state playoffs every year. Brett took his football talents to Florida State University and started his freshmen year in 1999. Brett did NOT allow one sack his freshmen year and Florida State won the national championship. After a successful career at FSU, Brett was drafted in the fourth round of the NFL draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. He played 3 years at Kansas City before his retirement from football. Brett is one of the all-time greats in the long standing Osceola/St.Cloud football rivalry and his accomplishments will never be forgotten by Osceola fans.