• Eagles topple Bulldogs

    CRESTVIEW — As the fourth quarter of Niceville’s and Crestview’s penultimate regular season game began, members of the Bulldog band shot confetti into the sky. This certainly belied the fact that, at the time, Crestview was down 20-10, and the Eagles were within just 30 yards of another score. READ MORE

  • Gators take district title (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

    BAKER — And the streaks go on for the Baker School football team. Powered by a 194-yard, four-touchdown performance by Austin Davis the Gators beat District 1-1A foe Northview 35-27 Friday night before packed house at Doug Griffith Memorial Stadium. READ MORE

  • Mustangs race into championship game (PHOTOS)

    CRESTVIEW — It didn’t take long for the Shoal River Middle School football team to set the tone in Thursday’s Okaloosa County Middle School semifinal game at Jack Foster Stadium. To be exact the Mustangs needed 14 seconds – the amount of time it took Tyree Johnson to cover 80 yards with the opening kickoff. Jay Stanton added the 2-point conversion and the Mustangs were off and running on their way to a 46-6 win over Bruner. READ MORE

  • Crestview girls roll in soccer opener (PHOTOS)

    CRESTVIEW — If Tuesday’s opening night performance for the Crestview High School girls soccer team is an indication of things to come the Bulldogs could be in for a good run this season. Five different players scored goals as Crestview rolled to a 5-0 win over Rocky Bayou Christian School. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs host Eagles in must-win game

    CRESTVIEW — It’s now or never for the Crestview High School football team when the Bulldogs host Niceville in a District 1-7A game Friday night at Jack Foster Stadium. Crestview (2-6, 0-1) needs to pull off an upset of the Eagles (7-7, 1-0) if the Bulldogs are to have any hopes of making the playoffs. READ MORE

  • District title on the line as Gators host Northview

    BAKER — Simply put, the District 1-1A football title is on the line Friday as Baker host Northview in a small school showdown. Not only will the game determine the district champion, it also will assure the winner home field advantage if the two were to meet in the second round of the playoffs. And for good measure Baker’s 19-game regular season winning streak is on the line with the last Gator loss coming to Northview on Nov. 2, 2012. READ MORE

  • Gators dominate Franklin County (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    BAKER -- Upon entering the field, Baker players reach up and slap a sign reading "Legends of the Swamp" with a list of past state and district championship teams through 2001. One of those legendary squads was returned for a 30-year anniversary, showing off something the current roster wants. READ MORE

  • Hoboes win District 1-1A volleyball championship

    LAUREL HILL — When a District 1-1A title eluded the Laurel Hill volleyball team in the third set Thursday night, it angered the Hoboes. They made sure the championship win was just temporarily delayed. READ MORE

  • A Dandy Dozen for Gator volleyball team (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    JAY — A tough Chipley Tiger team came calling in the District 3-1A volleyball finals trying to do what nobody has done in more than a decade – dethrone 11-time defending district champion Baker. A hot start by the Tigers coupled with some early jitters by the Gators saw Chipley up 9-2 in the first set. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs fall to Niceville in district tournament

    FORT WALTON BEACH – Crestview had no issue piling up the set points against rival Niceville in Tuesday’s District 1-7A semifinal. Converting them was another story. The first three were met by Niceville kills. It wasn’t until the fifth, a connection between Marisa Rogers and Cailey Ness, that the Bulldogs were able to convert. READ MORE


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