• Paxton girls roll past Hoboes

    PAXTON — The Paxton girls haven’t lost to their counterpart 10 miles down the road, Laurel Hill, since Bethany Neale was in kindergarten. That streak was never in particular danger on Friday night, as the Hoboes traveled to meet the Bobcats for the second time this season. But sophomore shooting guard Katie Sebastian erased any and all doubt that the streak would end this season. READ MORE

  • Gators take down Royals

    BAKER — The rivalry known as “The War of Highway 4” hit the hardwood Friday night as Baker School’s boys basketball team hosted Jay in a District 3-1A game. Score one for the home team as the Gators rolled to a 71-53 win over the Royals. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs wrap up top seed (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — Jensis Coleman made her Senior Night one she’ll remember for years to come. Coleman, the only senior on Crestview High School’s girls basketball team hit seven 3-point baskets and scored 27 points as the Bulldogs beat Navarre 53-19. READ MORE

  • Catching up with Crestview High School's Kyla Coleman (VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — The News Bulletin's Sports Department selected Crestview High School weight lifter Kyla Coleman as the North End Zone Spotlight Athlete of the Week. READ MORE

  • Hoboes unable to tame Tigers (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    LAUREL HILL — Defending boys Class 1A state champion Malone took on Laurel Hill School in a District 1-1A game Tuesday night. The Tigers trailed early and played catch up most of the night. But when the eye of the tiger arrived the Hoboes were in trouble. READ MORE

  • Reese leads Hoboes past Malone (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    LAUREL HILL — Grace Reese made her presence known for Laurel Hill’s girls basketball team in Tuesday’s District 1-1A game with Malone. Reese, a 6-foot-2 sophomore post player, was a force on both ends of the floor. Defensively she blocked eight shots and altered a dozen more. She was just as impressive on offense leading the Hoboes with 15 points as Laurel Hill beat the Tigers 50-34. READ MORE

  • Old, new Gator softball players to unite for a cause

    CRESTVIEW — Gracie Simmons didn’t intend to be a crusader for a cause. After high school, the former Gracie Youngblood, a 2006 Baker School graduate, married and started a family; and all was going as planned until two years ago when her daughter, Angel, was born with Prader-Willi syndrome. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs take step toward top district seed (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — There was plenty to celebrate for Crestview High School’s girls basketball team Monday night. The Bulldogs were at their tenacious best against District 1-7A rival Niceville. Crestview needed to beat the Eagles by more than 10 points, and then beat Navarre on Thursday to wrap up the number one seed in the upcoming district tournament. READ MORE

  • Adkins leads Bulldogs past Aggies (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — Eighteen games into the 2014-2015 season Crestview High School’s boys basketball team still has some work to do. Crestview Coach Greg Watson admits there are times when the Bulldogs miss easy shots. There are other times when they take bad shots and get sloppy with the ball. And, more often than not, they Bulldogs have been slow to finish a team off an opponent on the ropes. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs eye Eagles after win over Vikings

    FORT WALTON BEACH — As Crestview girls basketball coach Kathy Combest tells it — and two of her players, K.K. McTear and Christa Johnson, would later confirm — her Bulldogs weren’t shooting too well two weeks ago. They were getting the shots, Johnson explained. They just weren’t going in. On Thursday night, at a scrappy Fort Walton Beach team that seems to play everyone close, Crestview never really caught fire as a team, but a hot hand in each quarter sparked the Bulldogs to a 54-42 victory heading into a district rematch with Niceville. READ MORE


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