How will Choctaw's volleyball class of 2018 be remembered?

As of now the trio of Melia Lindner, Lindsey Legg and Kassandra Fairly will be known as the catalysts — alongside departed Evelina Teran and Alyssa Sehman — who turned a sub-.500 program into a district champion and Elite Eight fixture.

Soon they could be known for more.

The trio — alongside first-year starter Amber Leggett and Carli Gomez — celebrated Senior Night Tuesday with a 25-20, 25-15, 27-25 win over Gulf Breeze.

Lindsey Legg delivered 27 digs, Kassandra had 17 kills, eight blocks and eight digs and Melia Lindner added 12 kills, 12 digs and three blocks. Sophie Lea dished out a team-high 35 assists and Gomez  added eight digs.

Later this month the Indians will be favored to win their third straight district title ... and then the real fun begins.

Baker 3, FWB 2

In a season full of big wins, the Gators scored arguably their biggest Tuesday.

Lindsey Stewart dished out 35 assists, Lacey Boone delivered 31 digs and 13 kills and Deomi Valmus, brought up from JV, secured the 21-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-15, 15-13 comeback win over the visiting Vikings with an ace.

For the Gators, 16-1 overall and 7-0 in district, Jessica Black added 28 digs, Olivia Hurley had 21 digs and Ayajah Coleman delivered 17 blocks and nine kills. Alex Butler chipped in 14 digs and Railey Conner had nine kills for the Gators, who host Laurel Hill for Senior Night Thursday at 6.

Rocky Bayou 3, Freeport 0

Melanie Marchena had nine kills, Lydia Turner dished out 25 assists and the Knights cruised to a 26-24, 25-14, 25-20 sweep over the Bulldogs.

Jenna Bush added six kills and Delaney Kaiser chipped in five kills and five aces for the Knights, who improved to 14-2.

Laurel Hill 3, Pensacola Christian 0

Kylee Seymour had nine kills and five aces, Micah McVay had nine aces and the Hoboes cruised to a 25-16, 25-15, 25-19 sweep.

Afton Adams delivered eight kills and Jessa L'Homme had eight aces and nine assists for the Hoboes.

Girls Golf

Niceville 140, FWB 199, Crestview 200, Choctaw 218

Madison Tenore joined Niceville lore Tuesday, her 4-under 32 at Fort Walton Beach Golf Club tying the school record for nine holes.

Did we mention she's just a freshman?

The championship round paced Niceville, which got a 35 from freshman Alia Scotka, a 36 from senior Kaide Farne and a 37 from senior Lauren Miller en route to a 140 and a 59-shot win over the Vikings.

A pair of 39s from Madi Messmore and Paola Rosario were discarded, and Niceville's Rachel Smith shot a 40.

Emily Reyna fired a team-best 40 for the Vikings, followed by a 44 from Kaitlin Jones. Colby Reeder's 42 paced Crestview, which also got a 49 from Sydney Georgen. Choctaw was led by Zoe Jones' 47 and Nicole Haskell's 49.