Outlast in overtime
An overtime thriller for the history books put the Knights 3-2 on the season and sent BYU home in a tailspin.
Can they recover?
With Oviedo cast as the leader in district play, everything had been going by the script, until Friday. Then University’s Luke Poorman stole the show.
Tough opponent loses top player
Two big moments happened in the past week that could make UCF’s season more optimistic, especially against BYU. Now a big win and a sudden injury of a key opponent could help UCF’s fortunes.
Will it be another nail-biter?
When the UCF Knights step onto the field at Houston at 7 p.m. tonight, Oct. 2, they’ll have had 12 nights of rest. The only problem with that: So will the Cougars.
Can Lions keep streak?
With a total margin of victory this season of 192-46, the Lions have dominated in every win so far.
What was once a three-game winning streak that kicked off their football season with an unprecedented bang is now a two-game losing streak for the Huskies.
An early dose of tension gave way to a blowout showcase of the Knights' offensive talent in their home opener.
Three quarters into the game, the Huskies seemingly had an upset on their hands. Then Oviedo scored 20 points in the span of 5 minutes.
Huskies edge WS
Hagerty had a nail-biter on their hands for most of four quarters last Friday against Winter Springs.
Knights face B-C
The last time the Knights had a start this bad, they went on to win their next eight straight games and play their first bowl game in team history.
Oviedo and Hagerty have a date with destiny Friday night, playing each other for the first time as unbeaten rivals.
Sagarin poll No. 22
The UCF Knights may not have played on the gridiron last weekend, but they did something no other team in the American Athletic Conference did: get ranked.
UCF gathers for tribute
“He was a son, journalist and a Knight and he remained brave until the very end of his life.” "He tried to find the good concealed in the darkness."
Vigil for slain journalist
Steven Sotloff will be remembered on the campus he called his home tonight, at a vigil in his honor.
Knights lose heartbreaker
Quarterback Justin Holman nearly pulled off a miracle comeback for the UCF Knights, but watched as a Sam Ficken field goal sailed through the uprights.
Seminole cities rank high
Winter Springs led the way for the Orlando-area cities at No. 3 overall. The FBI listed only 1.38 violent crimes per 1,000 residents, and 10.25 property crimes.
Sloane, Bauer to battle
Mica, Horan win big. Jeff Bauer and Rich Sloane will face each other in a runoff for a School Board seat in November.
UCF ready for Penn State
The Knights have won their last eight season openers. But they’ve never done it in Ireland. And they’ve never done it against Penn State.
No election challengers
Two Oviedo City Council members got a free pass for election as of Friday.
Oviedo Deputy Mayor Stephen Schenck has a surprising challenger in his race to be reelected in his City Council seat: a 22-year-old student.
Hoax call released
"I have a problem," the 911 caller said, his voice shaking. "I just shot my mom." Now police are hunting the hoaxer for 'swatting.'
DiNovo vs. Penn State
After months of testing, the quarterback UCF head coach George O'Leary hopes could give the Knights Blake Bortles-level firepower has a name: Pete DiNovo.
Wild pitches swing game
A bizarre chain of errors and savvy base-running turned a pitchers' duel into a wild scamper to the finish.
Paying to keep police
Oviedo has broken its six-year streak of not proposing a raise to its millage rate, with the mayor citing low pay for police as a motivating factor.
Development angers residents
A development that nearby residents fear will cause even more flooding in their neighborhood was given the go-ahead by the Oviedo City Council Monday.
Two arrests first day
Oviedo’s police force has swelled to 62 officers, and the newest two grabbed arrests on their first day on the job.
Baseball goes international
The season isn’t over yet for the Florida Collegiate Summer League, getting an injection of international competition into its schedule.
FCSL crowns Winter Park
The Rats’ three early runs gave them the lead for the majority of the game until the Dawgs found their bats again in the sixth.
Ends 23-year print run
After 23 years of bringing the news to the Oviedo/Winter Springs area, the Seminole Voice is going online-only.
Catch up to league lead
With less than a week left in the regular season, the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs just took the lead in the Florida Collegiate Summer League standings.
Four FPA award wins
The Seminole Voice won four awards for its reporting, writing and commentary in four categories at the Florida Press Association Better Weekly Newspaper Awards.
Keep league lead
The Sanford River Rats still clung to a narrow league lead to start the week, but the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs are nipping at their heels.
Dawgs fall short
The Sanford River Rats have put together one of the longest winning streaks of the Florida Collegiate Summer League season, and now the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs are struggling to keep up.
Can they keep top spot?
It took just one week to upend the chase for the Florida Collegiate Summer League lead in the standings, and now the Sanford River Rats are on top.
Rats look to league lead
The Sanford River Rats blasted the Winter Garden Squeeze in the biggest blowout of the Florida Collegiate Summer League season so far, ripping them in a 14-4 win Tuesday.
FCSL takes to the plate
It’s baseball time again as the Florida Collegiate Summer League heads to the plate next week to start the summer season, and the local Sanford River Rats are looking for a comeback.
Roar into championship
The Oviedo Lions are eyeing revenge for one of their biggest postseason blowout losses in team history after a wild start to the regional baseball tournament.
UCF climbs top 25
The UCF Knights blasted into the NCAA Top 25 with a convincing sweep of Rutgers just after nearly doing the same to Louisville the week before.
Keep conference lead
The Knights had already been running away with the American Athletic Conference lead by the time Louisville came to town.
Four AAC series wins
Two one-run games gave way to a 10-run mercy rule blowout as the Knights beat out Memphis to take a three-game series last weekend in Tennessee.
Teen chases checkered flags
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Face USF this week
Six games deep into American Athletic Conference play, the Knights haven’t lost a baseball game as they approach their grudge match of the season against USF.
UCF sweeps three-game series
The Knights spring-boarded off a surprise trouncing of Miami last week to pounce on Cincinnati in their first district series, sweeping the Bearcats in three games last weekend.
Knights win 9-2
The Knights baseball team made a big impression against the No. 25 Miami Hurricanes Tuesday, dominating them in a 9-2 blowout win.
Extra inning no extra help
The Knights had already turned a weekend of bizarre twists into two wins when they stepped into the 10th inning of game three against Central Connecticut and everything fell apart.
Knights nearly shock AAC
Just about when the American Athletic Conference had left the Knights for dead on the court, they set a season scoring high and shocked fans into believing again.
Hunt for state championship
The Lions are heading to the state championship game, which starts at 5:05 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at the Lakeland Center.
Beat Bulls in overtime
After losing in overtime 10 days earlier to the Bulls, the Knights edged them 75-74 and snapped a nine-game losing streak at the same time.
Lose hope of winning season
Four days after enduring their most heartbreaking loss of the season, the Knights suffered their eighth straight loss in American Athletic Conference play on Feb. 9, losing to UConn 75-55.
Knights fall in six straight
Six straight losses have plunged the UCF Knights men’s basketball team to near the bottom of the American Athletic Conference in the past week.