Randy Dickson

Email: randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Twitter: @BigRandle


  • Crestview girls down Niceville

    NICEVILLE — Halfway through the 2012-2013 season, the Crestview girls basketball team is continuing to develop under the direction of first-year coach Kathy Combest. The Bulldogs have taken their lumps in some not-so-pretty losses, but they have delivered a few blows as well. Slowly but surely, they are starting show some of the signs that come district tournament time they could play the role of spoiler. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs storm past Tornadoes

    CRESTVIEW — Christmas came early for the Crestview boys basketball team on Thursday. Yes, the Bulldogs played their last game for a week and school was getting out for the Christmas break on Friday. But a team that has struggled at times in the first three weeks of the season needed more than a break in the game schedule or days off from school. READ MORE

  • Holmes County teams up on Baker

    BAKER — As a consensus top 10 prospect in the country and standing 6-feet-10 inches tall, Holmes County’s Chris Walker draws plenty of attention wherever he goes on and off the basketball floor. Walker and his Blue Devil teammates were in Baker on Friday for a District 2-1A game with the Gators. READ MORE

  • Blue Devils torment Baker girls

    BAKER — Mikala Moore was money in the bank for the Holmes County girls basketball team Friday as the Blue Devils took on Baker in District 2-1A play. Moore scored a game-high 22 points hitting six 3-point baskets to lead the Blue Devils to a 60-39 win over the Gators. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: 2012's top sports stories

    As 2012 ends, it’s time to look back at, what I believe, were the year’s top 10 sports stories. READ MORE

  • Setbacks don't deter Laurel Hill girls

    LAUREL HILL — The Laurel Hill girls basketball team is in a rebuilding mode in what was already a rebuilding season. The young Hobo team — expected to be strong at the point guard — was looking to rely on the talented tandem of Tykierra DeAndrade and Rudy Williams. But things changed when DeAndrade had a season-ending knee injury and Williams was dismissed from the team. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Spring sports just around the corner

    Like the Mayans, I may be unable to predict the end of the world, but I can make a few predictions for local high school sports. READ MORE

  • Donley making his mark at Liberty

    Former Baker basketball star Chad Donley is still doing what he loves — but now, it’s on a bigger stage. Donley went from Baker to Northwest Florida State College. After two years at Northwest Florida State — that included a redshirt year when he didn’t play — Donley is living his dream playing Division I college basketball at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. READ MORE

  • Kerrie York, the heart of a Bulldog

    CRESTVIEW — Standing an athletic 6-foot-1, Kerrie York looks every bit the player she is for the Crestview girls basketball team. York’s talent and potential haven’t been lost on first-year Bulldog basketball coach Kathy Combest, who previously coached York in volleyball. READ MORE

  • Gators win after slow start

    BAKER — A sluggish start didn’t deter the Baker girls basketball team from a strong finish against District 2-1A foe Freeport on Monday. The Gators trailed the Bulldogs 6-3 after the first quarter with the lone score coming on a 3-point basketball by Haley Wagner. However, the rest of the game belonged to Baker as the Gators cruised to a 43-24 win. READ MORE

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