Tomorrow morning the Osceola Kowboys will head north with a goal of winning the FHSAA Class 8A State Championship in Varsity High School Football by beating the Seminole High School Seminoles for the Class 8A State Championship.

It’s been a tough year amid the coronavirus pandemic, and that includes school sports, but Head Coach Doug Nichols’ Kowboys have worked hard and are now poised to prove they’re the best in Class 8A ball in the State of Florida!

When the Kowboys begin their trek Friday morning towards Tallahassee they’ll know they’re not traveling alone. They’ll have the hearts and minds of the Osceola community along with them. From families to businesses, to the School District of Osceola County, to local organizations… organizations like Toho Water Authority, who recently stepped up to donate $750.00 to the Osceola Kowboys in order to help offset travel expenses for their trip, when the team pulls out of Kissimmee they will take with them the certainty that they have our respect and support.

Big shout out to Toho Water. It’s easy to see that Toho Water Authority isn’t just in the community, they’re part of the community and we thank them for supporting the Kowboys and for making a Positive Difference in and around Osceola County! Go Kowboys and go Toho Water Authority!