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  • Lady Raiders improve to 12-0 (GALLERY)

    Arkansas coach Mike Anderson may have trademarked the “fastest 40 minutes in basketball” in the men’s game, but on the women’s side Patrick Harrington’s crew has more than proven worthy of the title. READ MORE

  • NWF State shortstop signs with Troy

    Feeding again the rich pipeline between Northwest Florida State College and Troy University, shortstop Nick Masonia signed an early letter of intent to join the Trojans in 2014. READ MORE

  • Indians steal one from Bulldogs

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Michael Hawkins had seen enough. What once was a 13-point second-half lead over Crestview on Tuesday had become a 53-51 deficit for Choctaw, which needed someone to come through in the clutch. Enter Hawkins, who put the Indians on his back en route to a 57-53 win. READ MORE

  • No. 10 Raiders set for conference opener

    Sporting a 71-10 collective record against nonconference opponents and two nationally-ranked top-10 teams, there’s no doubting the strength of Panhandle Conference men’s basketball. READ MORE

  • NWF State women return to winning ways against Chipola (GALLERY)

    Before his Lady Raiders tipped off the Panhandle Conference slate, Northwest Florida State College coach Patrick Harrington reiterated that “One game is not going to break our confidence this season. READ MORE

  • Pat Oravetz named All Sports Association's Special Olympian

    With descriptions ranging from infectious to heartwarming, Pat Oravetz’s ear-to-ear smile is renowned around the Emerald Coast. READ MORE

  • Lady Raiders prep for Panhandle Conference opener

    The Northwest Florida State Lady Raiders are ranked No. 3 in the NJCAA D-1 rankings, have outscored opponents by an average margin of 69.3-42.4 and entered the New Year a perfect 15-0. READ MORE

  • Jones, Cook lead NWF State men past Pensacola State (GALLERY)

    Before taking the court against Pensacola State Saturday, Northwest Florida State head coach Steve Forbes had two questions for his seventh-ranked Raiders. Just three days removed from their 80-65 win over top-ranked Chipola, he asked them, “Are we mature enough now to handle success? And are we ready to be a dominate team? Those are the two of the things I challenged them with.” READ MORE

  • NWF State women humble Pensacola State (GALLERY)

    NICEVILLE – In assessing the 12-game slate of the parity-driven Panhandle Conference, a league widely regarded as the best in the country, Northwest Florida State coach Patrick Harrington summed it up best last week. “You better be ready to bring it,” he said. “If you don’t you’re not just going to get beat, but you’re going to get embarrassed.” Receiving that message loudly and clearly Saturday night was Pensacola State , who left The Arena humbled. READ MORE

  • Vikings cruise past Bulldogs

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Before Friday night’s District 2-6A tilt against Crestview, Fort Walton Beach coach Holly McDaniel asked to see a little aggression from her team. Judging by the Vikings’ 35 free throw attempts in a 70-36 win, it’s safe to say the message was received. READ MORE

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