• Crestview softball shocks Niceville (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — Don’t tell Crestview High School softball Holly Gibson the Bulldogs didn’t have an angel in the outfield as they hosted Niceville in a big District 1-7A game Tuesday. Gibson’s younger sister, Whitney Langley, a former Crestview softball player who died in a car accident in 2007, would have been 27 on Tuesday. Nobody would have enjoyed the 2-1 Bulldog win than Whitney. And if you believe in such things as angels in the outfield maybe Whitney had a hand in Crestview’s first softball win over the Eagles in more than a decade. READ MORE

  • Baker's Haven makes Gator history (VIDEO)

    BAKER — History was made at Baker School on Tuesday when Kali Haven became the first Gator soccer player to sign scholarship papers. Haven is headed to Wesleyan College, a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III school, in Macon, Ga. “Soccer is my favorite sport and I just love it to death,” she said. “It means a lot to me that I’m the first to leave the school I grew up in to go and play (college) soccer.” READ MORE

  • Walton softball team too strong for Baker (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    BAKER — Ever the optimist, Baker School softball Coach John Carlisle can usually find a silver lining even in the darkest cloud. Monday’s game against Walton was one of those clouds for the Gators. READ MORE

  • Crestview gets softball win

    CRESTVIEW — Pitcher Taylor Rolison led the way as Crestview High School’s softball team beat Navarre 5-2 on Friday. Rolison struck out 10 batters and walked one Raider in picking up the win. READ MORE

  • Crestview drops heartbreaker to Oviedo (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — One-by-one members of the Crestview High School boys basketball team left the locker room one last time for the 2014-2015 season on Saturday with each face telling the story. In time the Bulldogs might take that next step back to the state finals joining the great Crestview teams of the 1980s. That time will have to wait. In time the hurt from Saturday’s Region 1-7A finals loss to Oviedo also will lessen even if it never completely goes away. READ MORE

  • Baker softball team gets wild win over Freeport (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    BAKER — It’s doubtful that Baker School’s softball team will be able to top Friday’s District 3-1A opener with Freeport. It’s even more doubtful that the Gators would want a repeat of the sixth inning that saw the lowest of lows and the highest of highs. The teams combined to send 26 batters to the plate and score 18 runs. The Bulldogs won the inning scoring 10 runs, but the Gators won the game 15-11. READ MORE

  • Coach: Crestview boys basketball team ready for Oviedo (VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — Crestview High School’s boys basketball team might not be Hickory in the movie “Hoosiers,” but the Bulldogs hope for their own hardwood magic today, when they host defending state champion Oviedo in the Region 1-7A finals. The game is a rematch of last year’s region final played at the Northwest Florida State College Arena. Oviedo won that game 76-48. The Bulldogs (20-9) advanced to the region final with a 58-56 win over Lincoln. Oviedo (24-5) earned the trip to the game by beating Wekiva 60-56. READ MORE

  • Crestview-Oviedo game time changed

    CRESTVIEW — Saturday’s Region 1-7A boys basketball final between Crestview High School and Oviedo has been changed from 7 p.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Doors will open at 1 p.m. Crestview High School officials said fans will be allowed to start lining up at daybreak. READ MORE

  • Baseball coach: Crestview's Bulldogs can expect a tough schedule

    CRESTVIEW — If Crestview High School’s baseball team is to make a third-straight playoff appearance, many things must fall into place. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs punch ticket to second straight Elite Eight (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    TALLAHASSEE — It wasn’t the size the dogs in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dogs on Tuesday when Crestview’s boys basketball team traveled to Lincoln for the Region 1-7A semifinal game. The Bulldogs might not have measured up to the Trojans on the tale of the tape giving up two or more inches at almost every position on the floor. But the tape can’t measure heart and Crestview is a team with plenty of heart. Trailing by six points at the start of the second half the Bulldogs came back to take a 58-56 win. READ MORE


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