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Varsity Boys Basketball

Regular Season 2022-23
2022-23 x Regular Season

Recent Varsity Boys Basketball News

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.

Warriors Selected to Orlando Sentinel All-Area Team

04/06/2023, 3:15pm EDT
By OCP Athletics

Brown, Ramadan and Sutherland receive area recognition

March 25, 2023

The Orlando Sentinel announced their 2023 All-Area High School Boys Basketball team and a pair of OCP Warriors were selected to the first-team with another selected as Honorable mention.

All-Area teams consist of participants from FHSAA state series schools in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake and southwest Volusia counties. Selections were made by the Sentinel staff in consultation with area coaches.

Juniors Isaiah Brown and Ameer Ramadan were named to the first-team. Senior Isaiah Sutherland was Honorable Mention.

(from Orlando Sentinel's Buddy Collings)

Isaiah Brown

Orlando Christian Prep, Jr.

Buzz: 6-5 wing averaged 18.6 points as leading scorer for 25-4 Class 2A state runner-up team. Scored 45 in 99-91 triple-overtime loss to Olympia.

Ameer Ramadan

Orlando Christian Prep, Jr.

Buzz: 6-0 point guard averaged 13.3 points, 4.4 assists, 1.4 steals as chief ballhandler for area No. 2 team (according to MaxPreps).


To view all of the selections by The Orlando Sentinel, CLICK HERE.

Warriors Season Ends In Heartache

03/06/2023, 2:00pm EST
By OCP Athletics

A matchup between two hungry Regional Champs Teams on a night of appreciation, love, introspection and pageantry.

Orlando Christian Prep's attempt to make it four in a row ended unexpectedly. 

Friday at the RP Funding Center, Orlando Christian battled back from an 18- point deficit to lose to a competitive Weston Sagemont 67-66 in the FHSAA Class 2A Championship Game.

Just needed one more second on the clock!!

Last year OCP beat Sagemont last year in the 2A title game, with a score 66-49 for their 10th State title.

The Last 33 seconds was a sight I haven't seen before, It was incredible. A Sagemont player fouled Junior guard Ameer Ramadan for the seventh as Sagemont led 66-61. However, Head Coach David Roe from Sagemont was given a technical foul for taking longer than 15 seconds from reaching the line and instead sent Senior Ka'leel Stillman to the free throw line.

Ramadan followed by sinking both of his free throw attempts to cut the Sagemont advantage to 66-64 after Stillman made one of two technical foul free throws.

When Junior Isaiah Brown brought back an offensive rebound with 13 seconds left, the score was suddenly knotted at 66.

With a few second left on the clock OCP fouled an Sagemont guard. Sagemont Guard made one of his two free throw attempts, giving Sagemont a 67-66 lead with 0.5 seconds remaining.

At the last buzzer, Ramadan made a last-ditch full-court shot, but fell a little short.

Orlando Sentinel