OBIES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: Six high school senior student athletes were awarded scholarships during the Orange Bowl Impact and Excellence (OBIES) Awards: A Taste of South Florida, presented by Florida Blue, at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Pictured are from left, Orange Bowl Mascot OBIE, Orange Bowl CEO Eric Poms, scholarship recipients Elizabeth Defelice, Amarys Sanchez, Prince Destinobles, Samantha Perez, and Austin Cameron and Orange Bowl Member Jeff Rubin. Not pictured scholarship recipient Wolky Belancourt.
OBIES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: Six high school senior student athletes were awarded scholarships during the Orange Bowl Impact and Excellence (OBIES) Awards: A Taste of South Florida, presented by Florida Blue, at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Pictured are from left, Orange Bowl Mascot OBIE, Orange Bowl CEO Eric Poms, scholarship recipients Elizabeth Defelice, Amarys Sanchez, Prince Destinobles, Samantha Perez, and Austin Cameron and Orange Bowl Member Jeff Rubin. Not pictured scholarship recipient Wolky Belancourt. Chris Carter Orange Bowl Committee
OBIES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: Six high school senior student athletes were awarded scholarships during the Orange Bowl Impact and Excellence (OBIES) Awards: A Taste of South Florida, presented by Florida Blue, at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Pictured are from left, Orange Bowl Mascot OBIE, Orange Bowl CEO Eric Poms, scholarship recipients Elizabeth Defelice, Amarys Sanchez, Prince Destinobles, Samantha Perez, and Austin Cameron and Orange Bowl Member Jeff Rubin. Not pictured scholarship recipient Wolky Belancourt. Chris Carter Orange Bowl Committee

Student athletes honored during the Orange Bowl Impact and Excellence Awards

June 17, 2015 05:40 PM

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