Randy Dickson

Email: randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Twitter: @BigRandle


Articles by RANDY DICKSON

  • Sharks too strong for Baker girls

    BAKER — The Baker girls soccer team had another day of growing pains Saturday as the Gators hosted Port St. Joe in a doubleheader. Baker lost the first game 4-0 before. After taking a break for the boys to play, the Gators lost 2-1 in the second game to fall to 3-8 on the season. READ MORE

  • Sharks take bite out of Gators

    BAKER — An experienced Port St. Joe boys soccer team flexed its muscle against Baker on Saturday in doubleheader action. The Sharks beat the Gators 6-3 in the first game and won the nightcap 8-0, dropping Baker to 0-9 on the season. READ MORE

  • Crestview rally comes up short

    CRESTVIEW — Trailing Mosley by 21 points at the start of the fourth quarter Tuesday, the Crestview girls basketball team mounted a fast and furious comeback attempt outscoring the Dolphins 16-4 down the stretch. But it wasn’t enough as Mosley took the District 2-6A game 52-43. READ MORE

  • Anderson leads Gators past Hoboes

    LAUREL HILL — Baker’s Cassidy Anderson scored a game-high 19 points and Lily Phillips added nine as the Gators rolled to a 50-27 win over Laurel Hill in girls basketball action Thursday night. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs band together for win

    NICEVILLE — Crestview boys basketball coach Ken Meisner had a three-word challenge for the Bulldogs prior to Friday’s District 2-6A boys basketball game with Niceville. “Band of brothers,” is what he wrote on the board in the locker room. READ MORE

  • Anderson, Gators pound Northview

    BAKER — There would be no slow start for Baker girls basketball coach Brian Wagner to worry about Monday night as the Gators hosted Northview in a District 2-1A game. Cassidy Anderson hit a 4-point play 31 seconds into the game to ignite a 19-0 Baker run as the Gators made short work of the Chiefs 49-26. READ MORE

  • SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Give officials due respect

    There have been times in this column space when I haven’t been easy on the men and women who officiate local high school sports. I try to give the officials the benefit of the doubt, but every now and then, must call it like I see and point out a badly missed call or — on some rare occasions — calls that seem strongly slanted in favor of one team. READ MORE

  • Crestview boys take down district-leading Fort Walton Beach

    CRESTVIEW — Crestview’s boys basketball team entered Tuesday night’s show-down with District 2-6A leader Fort Walton Beach riding a three-game winning streak.

    After falling behind 5-0 early,...

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  • Bulldogs upset Vikings

    CRESTVIEW — A tenacious Crestview boys basketball team hosted District 2-6A leader Fort Walton Beach riding a three-game winning streak and looking for their third-consecutive district win. Down 5-0 early in the game, the Bulldogs quickly found their stride on the way to a 57-42 win over the Vikings. READ MORE

  • Reese hooping it up in the Czech Republic

    Brad Reese’s basketball journey first took him from Laurel Hill to Southeast Louisiana, Gulf Coast Community College and Texas Tech University. In recent years, that journey for the 2006 Laurel Hill graduate has taken him halfway around the world. READ MORE

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