The St. Cloud-Osceola rivalry dates back to 1925 and has been played each year since 1945. The game is about more than just bragging rights this time around. Osceola has won 11 in a row dating back to 2006, so St. Cloud was looking to break the streak.


Malcolm Davidson


Elliot Bodre


Elliott is a three -year letterman on the varsity football and track teams. Last season, Bodre led the county in sacks. He is a member of the National Honor Society and is currently holding a 3.76 GPA. He plans to attend college and major in computer engineering.
Jordan Nicolson

St. Cloud

Jordan is a three-year letterman on the varsity football and weightlifting team. Nicolson takes pride to excel on the field and in the classroom. He is currently holding a 3.93 GPA and plans to major in political science at the University of Florida.


Erin Pinnalles


Coach Pinellas is the true meaning of a Kowboy football player. He played against St. Cloud each of his four years at Osceola scoring numerous touchdowns. He went to college and came back home to coach for the Kowboys.
Ron Hussey

St. Cloud

Ron played in the St. Cloud/ Osceola rivalry in his sophomore, junior, and senior years. He played both as a quarterback and linebacker. As a captain, Hussey was selected as an all-conference and all-state linebacker. He went on to play one year at Mississippi State University before accepting a nomination to the Air Force Academy. After returning home to St. Cloud, Ron coached as an assistant for a year and is now in his 29th year as an international airline captain for Delta Airlines.


Before St. Cloud and host Osceola took the field for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff, a pre-game ceremony will be held in remembrance of two Kissimmee Police Department officers who died in the line of duty two weeks ago. Sergeant Richard “Sam” Howard, a 2000 Osceola graduate and former football player, was assisting Officer Matthew Baxter when both were ambushed and shot. The game was halted and delayed nearly 90 minutes due to lightning late in the first quarter with Osceola out front 14-0. The layoff did little to slow the Cowboys as they returned to the field and extended their advantage to a 47-14 victory over St. Cloud. Game MVP Malcolm Davidson rushed nine times for 177 yards scoring four touchdowns with the final time on a 30-yard carry on his only touch of the second half.