CHS Principal: Softball is Crestview High Athletics' missing link

Published: Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 12:52 PM.

Day says he is committed to opening athletic doors for Crestview's female student-athletes.

“It (Title XI) throws opportunities for students and responsibility for us to make it happen,” Day said. “It’s not if, it’s when it’s going to happen because we have to do the same thing for our girls as we have for boys because we have to get our numbers up.

“To do that, we opened up flag football; now we could go to the playoffs in flag football. And we are talking about having beach volleyball now and increasing those numbers. We have to do it because girls want to play and they are great.”


A tour of Crestview's athletic facilities indicates administrators, coaches and boosters' efforts for Bulldog athletes.

From tennis courts on the campus' north end to the baseball diamond on the south side, Crestview High School has some of the top resources for the athletes in Okaloosa County.

However, there is one venue that, after more than 40 years, needs expanding.

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