The 92nd edition of the Osceola-St. Cloud football rivalry was a little short on drama, but it provided plenty of excitement.


Malcolm Davidson


Austin Uplegeer


Austin has been a two year starter on the Osceola varsity football team. As a great team mate, Austin volunteers at the Give Kids the World program on Wednesday nights.
Andrew Bogaenko

St. Cloud

Andrew is a 4 year letterman on the varsity football team. As a junior Andrew was selected to the 2014 All Central Florida Elite team, first team offensive kicker, and class 7A all state HS Football team. He also set a a Central Florida record making 5 field goals in one game. He is a member of the national honor society of sports medicine and plans to pursue a career in the medical field.


Hardy Dymmek


Hardy Dymmek is the true meaning of Osceola KowBoy. Hardy along with his father Gary, brother Kamry and nephew Moses all graduated and played for Osceola HS. Hardy played three years against St Cloud recording over 20 tackles an 3 sacks. Hardy is involved with the KowBoy Meal Club that provides money to help pay for the pre game meals for the team.
Marshall Smith

St. Cloud

Marshall Played in the 1995 St Cloud/Osceola Rivalry game. As a linebacker, Marshall scored the touchdown in overtime to help the Bulldogs win 29-28. Marshall is the all time tackle leader at St Cloud. Marshall went on to play football at the University of South Florida.


Osceola (6-1) scored touchdowns on all eight of its possessions and rushed for 590 yards in a dominating 55-23 victory at Kowboys field Friday that extended its series lead to 61-27-4. OHS has won 10 in a row, counting a 2010 forfeit victory. Malcolm Davidson, selected as the MVP of the game , rushed for 219 yards on only six carries and had TD dashes of 80 and 81 yards to lead the lightning-quick Kowboys offense.