Randy Dickson

Email: randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Twitter: @BigRandle

Articles by RANDY DICKSON News Bulletin

  • Baker girls continue winning ways

    BAKER — Ask Baker girls basketball coach Brian Wagner and he’ll be the first to tell you there’s no such thing as an ugly win. "A win is a win,” he said. “I had a buddy tell me, ‘Winning is the best deodorant,’ and it certainly is. It (a win) leaves you smelling good the rest of the week.” READ MORE

  • Johnson changing team’s mindset

    BAKER — Scott Johnson’s first offseason as the new Baker baseball coach has finally ended. With the official start of preseason practice last week, Johnson got his team on the field for a crash course in the Gators’ new way of playing baseball. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Brad Reese makes us proud

    I had a good time catching up with former Laurel Hill basketball star Brad Reese in a phone interview last month. Brad is one of my Facebook friends and I’ve managed to follow his basketball and personal journey via that social network, but there’s nothing like talking with someone, even in a phone interview, from the other side of the world. READ MORE

  • Baker seniors go out with win

    BAKER — Ten senior Baker girls basketball players finished their regular-season careers in impressive fashion Tuesday as the Gators rolled to 57-37 win over Gulf Breeze. READ MORE

  • Walton girls down Crestview

    CRESTVIEW — Krista McQueen scored 23 points to lead a trio of Walton girls in double figures as the Braves beat Crestview 67-46 Thursday night. READ MORE

  • Taylor lifts Gators to win

    FREEPORT — Baker’s Brooks Taylor scored 15 points on five second-half 3-point baskets to lead the Gators to a 46-38 come-from-behind win over Freeport in District 2-1A play Friday night. READ MORE

  • Geoghagan, Paxton bomb Gators

    BAKER — Paxton's No. 3, Dustin Geoghagan put on a 3-point shooting exhibition Monday night as the Bobcats beat 62-27 in boys basketball play. Geoghagan hit four 3-pointers in the first quarter and eight in the game, all in the first half on his way to a 32-point performance. READ MORE

  • Pettis coaching Bulldog softball team

    CRESTVIEW — For the fifth time in six years, the Crestview softball team will have a new leader in the dugout. Head football coach and athletic director Kevin Pettis will be in charge of the Bulldogs, taking over for Chris Sweatt, who is taking a year off to watch his son, Tate, a senior on the Crestview baseball team. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Three-team districts not a good thing

    The Florida High School Athletic Association released the 2013 and 2014 seasons' finalized football districts. The biggest change affecting locals schools is the FHSAA granting Navarre's petition to remain in District 2-6A with Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach instead of the newly formed District 1-7A that originally had the Raiders joining Crestview, Niceville and Tate. READ MORE

  • Baker downs Jay in tourney opener

    FREEPORT— The War of Highway 4 resumed Tuesday night on the road as the Baker and Jay squared off in the opening game of the District 2-1A girls basketball tournament at Freeport. Powered by a strong first-half performance the Gators rolled to a 54-44 win to advance to the tournament semifinal game against Chipley on Thursday. READ MORE

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