• Crestview volleyball team looking to mesh

    CRESTVIEW — Crestview High School's volleyball team — which last year made its first playoff appearance since 2004 — will rely on youthful experience as the Bulldogs seek more success. It has been a busy summer for a Bulldog team that has appeared in several tournaments, but Coach Kathy Combest still isn’t sure how the team will come together. READ MORE

  • Lady Bulldog Golf Challenge coming soon

    CRESTVIEW — Time is running out to participate in the second annual Crestview Lady Bulldogs Golf Challenge.The four-person scramble is scheduled for a 9 a.m. shotgun start on Aug. 9 at Blackstone Golf Course in Mossy Head. Registration will start at 7:30 a.m. READ MORE

  • Baker volleyball team focused on getting faster, stronger, tougher

    CRESTVIEW — Baker School volleyball coach Tommiko Parks knows the Gators have some work to do in quest of their 12th straight district title and 22nd consecutive playoff appearance. Baker participated in last week’s summer tournament at Crestview High School, allowing Parks to get her first real look at the team. READ MORE

  • Going national: Crestview volleyball players bound for USA Junior Beach Tour Championships

    CRESTVIEW — National prestige will be on the line July 25-27 for two Crestview volleyball players competing at the USA Junior Beach Tour National Championships in Milwaukee. Brittany Pase, who graduated from Crestview High School this spring, will join Pace resident Lakaylah Bowen in the 18U division. Marisa Rogers, a rising Crestview sophomore, will compete in the 16U division, teaming with Katie Brannon from Walton County. READ MORE

  • Gators focus on conditioning

    BAKER — Baker School's varsity football team is focused on the upcoming season. The Gators — who returned to the practice field Monday after a holiday break — will continue their summer workout program this week at the school. READ MORE

  • A Force to be dealt with

    CRESTVIEW — A team of basketball Davids from the Hub City traveled to Memphis, Tenn., June 30 through July 6 to take on the nation’s basketball Goliaths. The Crestview Force — a seventh-grade boys basketball team; there for the Amateur Athletic Union’s Division II national tournament — was pitted against 75 teams from metropolitan areas across the country. READ MORE

  • Hatten: Staying healthy, increasing game's knowledge top priorities

    CRESTVIEW — High school football teams across Florida, in preparation for the 2014 season, officially open preseason camp on Aug. 4. But at Crestview High School, as is the case at most schools, the Bulldogs have been working throughout the summer to prepare for the official first day. READ MORE

  • Alexander, Dardon awarded Whitney Megan Langley Memorial Softball Scholarship

    CRESTVIEW — Parys Alexander and Kelsie Dardon will have a little extra help for college tuition. READ MORE

  • Crestview Challengers shine in Orlando

    The 13U Crestview Challengers girls volleyball team placed third out of 12 teams in the Yellow Division June 20 at Amateur Athletic Union Nationals in Orlando. READ MORE

  • Fishing camp remains a summer favorite

    CRESTVIEW – The smiles on the faces of the children at the Crestview Parks and Recreation Department fishing camp Monday told the story. Fishing remains as much fun for today’s young people as it has for generations. The annual fishing camp, which runs through Thursday, is taught by Crestview High School outdoors education teacher Ernie Martin. READ MORE


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