Thanks to Hurricane Irma most of Osceola County’s High School Varsity football games were canceled Friday night, but Harmony and Liberty succeeded in moving their game to Saturday night, and it was a power packed evening of football fun for all… especially for the Longhorns.

Harmony came out strong with quarterback Nate Herstich rifling for four first half TD passes and Jordon Spoonhour scoring twice. Herstich went 15 for 26 passes and totaled 302 yards with one being a 76 yard touchdown pass to Caleb Bass, along with a 54 yard touchdown pass to Josh Hall.

The Chargers, coming off an impressive win against the Poinciana Eagles in their Battle of the Boulevard, and before the arrival of Hurricane Irma, racked up their only points in the second half with a 42 yard touchdown pass from Jaelen Ray to Mario Johnson. Although the Chargers have an uptempo offense, the Longhorns were able to pick off Ray 3 times during the night.

The 33-6 Longhorn win brings them to 2-1 for the season and the Liberty Chargers to 1-2.

Harmony will host East River this Friday and Liberty will meet Celebration at home. Positively Osceola will be covering both games. Check out all the action on our Facebook page, Instagram or on Twitter!

We would like to thank our Community Business Partners, Froz-n Ice Cream in St. Cloud, St. Cloud Florist, Tuffy Tire & Auto Service in St. Cloud and Toho Water Authority. We thank each one of them for stepping up and joining us in supporting Osceola County Sports.

Please stop by their businesses, or online and tell them how much you appreciate their community support!