• Fingall leads Indians past Bulldogs (PHOTOS)

    FORT WALTON BEACH — In a scenario that will likely be repeated numerous times the year the Choctawhatchee girls basketball team looked to junior center Nadia Fingall in crunch time Wednesday night. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs come up short against Vikings (PHOTOS)

    CRESTVIEW — A young Crestview High School girls soccer team still has time to grow up before the District 1-4A tournament in January, Bulldog Coach Carl Everitt remains focused on the tournament prize even as his team is experience some growing pains. READ MORE

  • Gators eye end to playoff drought

    BAKER — It's been 13 years since Baker School's football team won a playoff game. The Gators will try to end that drought 7:30 p.m. Friday when they host Graceville in the Region 1-1A state semifinals. Tickets cost $8. This will be the second season meeting between Graceville (5-5) and Baker, who beat the Tigers 30-27 in the season's first game. Gator Coach Matt Brunson hopes familiarity with the Tigers will help the Gators. READ MORE

  • Bazaar to help fund Bulldog football program

    CRESTVIEW — It will look and feel a lot like Christmas at Crestview High School from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Dec. 6 when the Bulldog Quarterback Club hosts the inaugural Bulldog Bazaar. The bazaar, which will future a variety of arts and crafts, is a perfect place to find, or as the case might be, sell that perfect gift. READ MORE

  • Mason leads Hoboes to win over Knights (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    NICEVILLE — If Monday’s performance by the Laurel Hill School girls basketball team is a sign of things to come it could be a interesting season for the Hoboes. Freshman Cynthia Mason was a one-woman gang scoring a game high 22 points as the Hoboes rolled to a 39-18 win over host Rocky Bayou Christian School. READ MORE

  • Seahawks down Baker in volleyball region finals (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    SANTA ROSA BEACH — One might forgive the good people of Baker School if they decide not to make the beaches of South Walton County there vacation destination. In a span of less than 24 hours South Walton High School athletic teams were less than welcoming host to the visiting Gators. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs close season with win over PHS

    PENSACOLA — It certainly wasn’t the way either coach had drawn it up. And the postgame handshake certainly backed that up, as both coaches stood there talking, each scratching their heads trying to make sense of what just transpired. READ MORE

  • Gator turnovers prove costly as streak ends (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    SANTA ROSA BEACH — Sooner or later, all good things must come to an end. Baker School’s football team put its 20-game regular season winning streak on the line against South Walton on Friday. READ MORE

  • Mustangs take first football title (PHOTOS)

    CRESTVIEW — The tears flowing down the face and cracking voice of Shoal River Middle School football Coach Ryan Gillis told the story Thursday night. After six years of helping build the Mustang football program, and two years of falling short in the Okaloosa County championship game, Shoal River had climbed the mountain. READ MORE

  • Hoboes fall to Blountstown

    LAUREL HILL – When the sting from Tuesday's season-ending loss subsides, Laurel Hill will look back on another accomplishment-packed season. However, there will always be that "what if." READ MORE


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