Randy Dickson

Email: randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Twitter: @BigRandle


Articles by RANDY DICKSON

  • Ground game lifts Baker to homecoming win


    BAKER – D.J. Thomas scored two touchdowns and Adam Crowson threw for a touchdown and ran for another to lead Baker to a 28-14 win over Sneads before a Homecoming crowd at Doug Griffith ...
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  • Rieves, Leggett connect late to lift Navarre

    CRESTVIEW — In what can be described as a defining moment for the Navarre football team, the Raiders rose to the occasion Friday night.

    Trailing District 2-6A foe Crestview 8-7, the Raiders ...

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  • Miscues cost Choctaw in loss to Gulf Breeze

    Gulf Breeze played spoiler at Choctawhatchee’s Homecoming at Joe Ethredge Stadium on Friday. READ MORE

  • Day, Brown shine for Choctaw on Senior Night

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Choctawhatchee seniors Brittany Brown and Lauren Day made their final regular season home game one to remember.

    Brown scored a game-high 30 points and Day chipped in 22 ...

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  • 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

  • Baker girls fall in tourney semifinals

    FREEPORT — There will be no repeat as district champions for the Baker girls basketball team. The Gators took on a tough Chipley team in the District 2-1A semifinals Thursday night and saw their dreams for a title come up short. Jasmine Belser scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Tigers to a 65-59 win. READ MORE

  • CHS's Pettis leaves program 'unfinished'; replacement sought

    CRESTVIEW — Crestview High School Principal Bob Jones announced Thursday that Bulldog head football coach and athletic director Kevin Pettis has resigned to become head football coach at Sebastian River High School in Sebastian in Indian River County. Pettis's last day at Crestview will be March 1. READ MORE

  • Senior Night success for Bulldogs

    CRESTVIEW — A packed house was on hand to give Crestview senior basketball players Jordan Waddell, Jonathan Buckelew, Roman Donofro and Clay Hancock a fitting sendoff on Senior Night against Walton on Friday. With Buckelew and Donofro leading the way with 13 points each, the senior quartet did their part to make the night one they would never forget as they went out and beat the Braves 67-31. READ MORE

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