Orlando Christian Prep was established in 1960, however its sports program did not begin until the year 1998. Fielding soccer and basketball teams initially, the school adopted the Warriors mascot and donned royal, gold and white. In 2000, the program joined the FHSAA and began competing against fellow member schools. In most recent years ,the program has been blessed with tremendous success. Winning 8 state championships in basketball as well as two additional final four basketball appearances and one final four baseball appearance. The warriors athletic program has demonstrated it's ability to develop student athletes into champions. In 2014 the program was named Class 2A FACA sports program of the year as well as the FHSAA Floyd E. Lay Sunshine Cup Class 2A boys program of the year.
It is now easier than ever to support your OCP athletic department. OCP families and business owners can purchase advertising space in our gymnasium, football field and now on our athletic website. Please contact the Orlando Christian Prep athletic director Treig Burke via email with your inquiries.
October 9, 2020
The OCP Warriors avenged their only two losses of the 2019 season with a dominating 45-12 victory over The Master's Academy, who defeated OCP in the regular season and SSAC championship game last year. It was another dominating offensive performance for the Warriors (5-0) who scored 45+ points for the fourth consecutive week. OCP has outscored opponents 240 to 68 this season.
Despite being a road game, Coach Guerschom Demosthenes and staff took time to honor the six seniors on this year's team who have contributed to the program during their years at OCP.
The Class of 2021 seniors are TE/LB Chance Connor, WR/OLB Henry Fields, DB/QB Jeremiah Sanderson, PK Jordan Smith, OLB Javis Ward, and WR/DB Jayden Ward.
The Warriors travel to Kissimmee, FL to play the Tohopekaliga Tigers on October 16th. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 pm.
September 25, 2020
In less than one week, the OCP Warriors prepared for two different opponents. Following the cancellation of the contest against Foundation Academy earlier in the week, OCP was able to find an opponent in 5A District 7 Mount Dora High School.
The Warriors (3-0) traveled to Mount Dora and put forth a dominant performance on both sides of the ball with a 59-14 victory. The OCP defense held the Hurricanes offense to 165 yards and had 4 interceptions, while the Warriors offense gained 452 total yards (317 rushing on 37 carries).
Offensively, running backs Demarion Jenkins carried the ball 10 times for 133 yards and a touchdown, while Zhyan Karaoke had three rushing touchdowns on 15 carries for 89 yards. Quarterback Vilay Nakkoun completed 9 of 13 attempts for 135 yards and two touchdowns. One of the completions was a 60-yard score to Jayden Alberty and the other was a 20-yard completion to Cooper Cadorette.
On the defensive side, Jeremiah Sanderson and Jamel Lynch recorded a team-high five tackles each, while Alberthy, Jayden Ward and Jenkins recorded interceptions.
The unbeaten Warriors travel back to Mount Dora to play Mt. Dora Christian on October 2, 2020. Kickoff is set for 7:30 pm.
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