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Orlando Christian Prep Athletics News

Warriors Open Home Schedule with Win

09/13/2023, 11:15am EDT
By Bryan Fulford, OCP Athletics


After three weeks on the road, the Warriors played their first home football game of the season against Windermere Prep and found the results as satisfying as being on the road.

Behind 217 yards rushing on the ground and a defensive effort that held the Lakers to under 90 yards of total offense, OCP shut out Windermere Prep 28-0 to improve to 3-0 this season.

Sophomore Akeevan Anderson scored two touchdowns (rushing and receiving) while rushing for 94 yards on six carries, along with two receptions for 17 yards. Junior Avery Anderson rushed for 92 yards on 12 carries and caught 2 passes for 66 yards.

OCP used two quarterbacks in the game. Junior Cameron Kurzon started and played primarily in the first half. He was 5-10, 99 yards with two passing touchdowns. Freshman Alec Worden scored a rushing touchdown in the 4th quarter to finish off the scoring.

Defensively, sophomore Brayden Schuster had a team-high 5.5 tackles and senior Darius Richardson had 4.5 tackles with one interception. in the endzone during the 4th quarter to preserve a shutout.

Sophomore "IV" Dennison returned four punts for a total of 111 yards, mostly in the second half, which gave OCP a great field position advantage.

The Warriors will host Foundation Academy next week for their first district contest of the season. OCP was the district champion in 2022.


Windermere Prep vs. Orlando Christian Prep
9/8/23, 7:00 PM
Regular Season
   1   2   3   4  Total
Windermere Prep 0 0 0 0 0
Orlando Christian Prep 8 7 7 6 28

1st Quarter
OCP: Akeeven Anderson 16 yd Rush (TD) 0-6
OCP: Avery Anderson 3 yd Rush (CNV) 0-8
2nd Quarter
OCP: Akeeven Anderson 9 yd Pass from Cameron Kurzon (CNV) 0-14
OCP: Dominic Elder (PAT) 0-15
3rd Quarter
OCP: Yadriel Garcia 18 yd Pass from Cameron Kurzon (CNV) 0-21
OCP: Dominic Elder (PAT) 0-22
4th Quarter
OCP: Alec Worden 3 yd Rush (TD) 0-28
Game Summary     Windermere Prep      Orlando Christian Prep
First Downs 4     18  
Rushes-Yards 35 64   32 217
Recep-Yards 2 23   6 107
Passing Yards 23     107  
Comp-Attempts 2 7   6 11
TD-INT 0 1   2 1
Fumbles-Lost 0 0   0 0
Penalties-Yards 11 94   6 59
3rd Down Conv 2 14   3 10
4th Down Conv 0 2   1 3
FG Made-Att 0 0   0 0
Tackles 0     38.0  
Sacks-Yards 0.0 0   0.0 0
Time of Possession 27:28     23:29  
No. Player Rushes Yards TDs Fumbles          No. Player Rushes Yards TDs Fumbles    
5 Windermere Prep 5 7 50 0 0       4 Akeeven Anderson 6 94 1 0    
3 Windermere Prep 3 12 10 0 0       3 Avery Anderson 12 92 0 0    
9 Windermere Prep 9 1 6 0 0       6 Adryan Marayne 8 34 0 0    
2 Windermere Prep 2 1 3 0 0       8 CalebMarimon 1 2 0 0    
1 Windermere Prep 1 14 -5 0 0       22 Yadriel Garcia 1 0 0 0    
                  9 Cameron Kurzon 1 -1 0 0    
                  10 Alec Worden 3 -4 1 0    
No. Player Comp Att Yards TD INT        No. Player Comp Att Yards TD INT  
3 Windermere Prep 3 2 7 23 0 1     9 Cameron Kurzon 5 10 99 2 1  
                  10 Alec Worden 1 1 8 0 0  
No. Player Rec Yards TDs            No. Player Rec Yards TDs      
2 Windermere Prep 2 1 15 0         3 Avery Anderson 2 66 0      
5 Windermere Prep 5 1 8 0         22 Yadriel Garcia 2 24 1      
                  4 Akeeven Anderson 2 17 1      
No. Player Made Att Avg Long          No. Player Made Att Avg Long    
No. Player Made Att              No. Player Made Att        
                  65 Dominic Elder 2 3        
No. Player Punts Avg Long            No. Player Punts Avg Long      
2 Windermere Prep 2 7 37.6 50                        
No. Player Ret Yards TDs            No. Player Ret Yards TDs      
2 Windermere Prep 2 2 33 0         11 ZekeGunn 1 0 0      
20 Windermere Prep 20 2 13 0                        
1 Windermere Prep 1 1 5 0                        
No. Player Ret Yards TDs            No. Player Ret Yards TDs      
                  17 IV Dennison 4 111 0      
                  4 Akeeven Anderson 1 0 0      
No. Player Tackles Sacks Yards INT          No. Player Tackles Sacks Yards INT    
3 Windermere Prep 3 0.0 0.0 38 1       5 Darius Richardson 4.5 0.0 18 1    
                  71 Jayden Direus 1.5 0.0 0 0    
                  4 Akeeven Anderson 3.0 0.0 0 0    
                  21 Nicolas Flores 1.0 0.0 0 0    
                  88 Jayden Bolton 1.0 0.0 0 0    
                  76 Valentino Garcia 1.0 0.0 0 0    
                  44 Stanley Ihekwoaba 2.5 0.0 0 0    
                  3 Avery Anderson 3.5 0.0 0 0    
                  22 Yadriel Garcia 4.0 0.0 0 0    
                  13 Donovan Lee 1.5 0.0 0 0    
                  11 ZekeGunn 4.0 0.0 0 0    
                  56 OCP 56 1.0 0.0 0 0    
                  7 Brayden Schuster 5.5 0.0 0 0    
                  62 Jayden Shaw 4.0 0.0 0 0

May 9, 2023 -- Orlando


The purpose of (our Awards Night) is to honor our students for another successful year. Before we begin I would like to take a moment to thank everyone both directly and indirectly involved in our school’s success.

Thank you Pastor Dustin Janney, Mrs. Jacobson, and the entire school staff.  Their support for Orlando Christian Prep is paramount to our success.  

Another huge thank you goes out to you, the parents.  Your decision to place your child in our school, as well as your support, and the atmosphere you create at our games, fine arts events, and school functions is Amazing. Your support is definitely instrumental to our school.  

Our volunteers, whether you helped cleanup after a game, work the gate, the chain crew, make a team meal, donate items for a bake sale, or chaperone field trips, we appreciate you and your time.  

Special thanks to Bob Kennedy and Ms. Kathie Rehm for all of your continued help and support. 

A HUGE thank you to the student-athletes. Thank you to all the administrators, teachers, faculty and staff for their commitment to our students, without all of you none of this would be possible. 

A SPECIAL THANK YOU to all of the coaches for all their time, effort, hard work, and dedication. Your commitment to serving and investing in these young men and women through athletics is invaluable and such a blessing.

- Coach Treig Burke,
Orlando Christian Prep Athletic Director


This year’s athletic program as a whole consisted of 200 student athletes. 

  •  Our School hosted over 40 home games and competed in over 100 athletic contests. 

  • All of our varsity teams participated in district play.    

  • Our Varsity Football team finished their second consecutive season as District Champs.

  • Our Junior Varsity football team had an undefeated season. 

  • Our Varsity Girls Volleyball team won its first district title in school history. 

  • Our Varsity Soccer team finished the season with three consecutive wins. 

  • Our Varsity Boys Basketball team won its seventh straight district and regional titles. Also reaching the state championship game for the seventh consecutive year. 

  • Our Varsity Softball team won its second District championship in the last three years. They ranked as high as 4th in the Class 2A and were the No.1 seed in Region 2, advancing to the Regional Championship game for the second consecutive year. 

  • Our Track & Field program had three athletes qualify for the 1A State Championships and two finished Top 8 in their events, earning a state medal.

  • We had fourteen student athletes sign to play in College. 


The 2023 OCP Female and Male Athlete of the Year are Siarah Brown and Evan Sierra!

Siarah (aka Sisi) has been playing varsity basketball since middle school, she also participated on the varsity track team for a couple years as well. She holds many records for the basketball team. For her career she had 800 assists, 323 rebounds, and a school record of 2041 points. She has a 3.8 GPA and will be continuing her education on a full basketball scholarship to Parkland College in Illinois.

Evan was a member of the varsity football and track team since his freshman year. For his career he had 108 total tackles, 95 solo, 22 tackles for loss, 4 pass breakups, and 2 interceptions. He was a FACA first team Linebacker. As a member of the track team he currently holds school records in the 400 meter hurdles, triple jump, and 4X400 meter team. He was part of the district championship and region runner up 4X400 meter team last year. He has a personal record in the long jump of 20 feet. He was a district runner up in the 400 meter hurdles as well as a triple jump qualifier this year. He currently holds a 3.3 GPA. He has signed a full athletic scholarship to play football at Illinois State University.

Congratulations Siarah and Evan! Thanks for all you have given to OCP athletic programs.

Visit team webpages for the coaches comments with individual team awards.

Top Seeded Warriors Win District Championship

05/08/2023, 11:15am EDT
By OCP Athletics

May 4, 2023 -- Belle Isle, FL

The top-seeded OCP Warriors softball, ranked 4th in Class 2A, jumped on their hosts with a big 4-run 1st inning and shutout relief pitching performance to win their second 2A-7 district championship in the last three years.

OCP's 4-2 victory over Cornerstone Charter Academy (CCA) was the first meeting between the top two ranked teams in 2A region 2.  CCA was ranked 6th in the FHSAA rankings heading into the contest.

Senior shortstop Genesis Iglesias-Rosa led the opening inning with a great defensive play in the top of the 1st inning with a diving play to stop a hit from getting into the outfield, then throwing the runner out from her knees. On offense, she led off the inning with a lead-off triple then scored on a sacrifice fly by senior Grace Thomas.

The Warriors added 3 more runs in the inning on RBIs by junior Naya Rosario and a 2-RBI single by 7th grader Yamilette Cordova. In total, OCP had six hits in the contest. Iglesias-Rosa was the only player to have multiple hits (2).

Thomas (WP) stared the game on the mound for the Warriors and went 3.1 inning, allowed 2 earned runs on 5 hits before being relieved by junior Mia Rosario who pitched out of a jam in the top of the 4th inning. She went on to pitch 3.2 inning record 5 strikeouts, no walks, allowing just 2 hits and no earned run for the save.  OCP committed just one error in the field and turned one double-play.

OCP (16-1) earned the overall 1-seed in FHSAA Class 2A Region 2 and will have the opportunity to host every game to the regional championship game played on Friday, May 19. OCP home games are played at Azalea Park Little League (1 Carol Avenue, Orlando FL).

Regional quarterfinals will be played on Wednesday May 10. Regional semifinals will be played on Tuesday May 16. All game times TBD. Admissions are $7 per contest in the FHSAA Regionals.

District Week for Baseball and Softball Teams

05/01/2023, 11:30am EDT
By Bryan Fulford, OCP Athletics

The first day of May beings the quest for a district championship for OCP Baseball and Softball team.  Both teams will compete in the FHSAA Class 2A District 7 tournament, but from different vantage points.

OCP Softball is the top seed in the 7-team tournament after finishing the regular season 14-1, earning an opening round bye to the semifinals where they will face the winners of Monday night's contest between (4) Foundation Academy and (5) Orangewood Christian.

OCP Baseball is the 5-seed in the 6-team tournament after finishing the regular season 6-5-1. They will play in the Quarterfinal round on Monday May 1 against Legacy Charter (6-10) at 6 pm.  The Warriors previously played their opponent from Ocoee back on March 2, losing 18-7.

The Warriors' two-game winning streak has been slowed with back-to-back rain cancellations and postponements to end the regular season. 

Monday Night's game will be played at Bob Sorenson Field, 1755 Adair Street, Ocoee, FL 34761. Admission is $6, cash only.  The winner will advance to the semifinals where they will meet top-seeded The First Academy (TFA) at their ballpark on Tuesday May 2, first pitch set for 6 pm.

All games for the Lady Warriors in the softball district tournament will be played at Cornerstone Charter Academy, 906 Waltham Avenue, Belle Isle, FL 32809. Admission is $6 and tickets can be purchased on 

Among the two potential opponents in the semifinals, OCP has played Foundation Academy (10-8) twice, defeating them 7-6 in both games. They have did not play any other teams in district including 2-seed Cornerstone Charter Academy (16-7).

OCP Softball is ranked 4th in the final regular season FHSAA Class 2A rankings, the highest season rankings in the history of the program.  Cornerstone is ranked 6th.  OCP and Cornerstone are ranked as the top 2 teams in the district and region.

The district championship for both tournaments will on Thursday May 4, 7pm for softball and TBD by the higher seeded team for baseball.

Good luck to both teams on the journey. GO WARRIORS!


Warriors Moving From Districts To Regionals

04/24/2023, 10:45am EDT
By OCP Athletics

April 20, 2023 -- Melbourne, FL

OCP Track athletes competed in the FHSAA 1A District 8 Championship Meet at Holy Trinity. The top four finishers in each meet would advance to Regionals on Saturday May 6 at Mount Dora Christian Academy.

Senior Jeremy Miller advanced to Regionals in three events with a first place, second and fourth place finish.  He finished first in Javelin throw, second in Discus throw and fourth in Shot Put throw.

Juniors Joshua Demosthenes and Valentino Garcia were awarded 1st place in 110 hurdles and Shot put, respectively. Demosthenes ran a 15.47 to earn first place. Garcia threw 41' 3.75", which was just about 3 feet further than the 2nd place competitor. 

Regional Qualifiers

(Name / Event / Place)

Joshua Demosthenes / 110 Hurdles / 1st
Bradley Knight / 400m / 4th
Evan Sierra / 400 hurdles / 2nd
Evan Sierra / Triple Jump / 4th
Valentino Garcia / Shot Put / 1st
Jeremy Miller / Shot Put / 4th
Jeremy Miller / Discus / 2nd
Jeremy Miller / Javelin / 1st
Aalyssa Gunn / High Jump

Congratulations to our Warriors!


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