• Baker baseball camp set for Saturday

    The Baker High School baseball camp is 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 21. The camp, for players ages 5-13, is at the Baker Baseball Complex on the high school field. READ MORE

  • Gillis looks to 2015 as Richards tournament ends

    CRESTVIEW — The 2015 season was already on Crestview High School baseball Coach Tim Gillis' mind moments after Niceville beat Crestview Red 6-1 Saturday, taking the 19th annual Justin Richards Scholarship Tournament's championship. Earlier in the day, Northview beat Crestview Red 8-4 and Crestview Gray beat Freeport 8-0. READ MORE

  • Baker's Donley headed to Morehead State

    CRESTVIEW — Former Baker School basketball star Chad Donley is on the move again. Donley will enroll at Morehead State, in Morehead, Ky., this fall. There, he will join another Baker grad, B.J. Ellis, an assistant coach for the Eagles. READ MORE

  • Gators struggle in Richards tournament

    CRESTVIEW — Baker School baseball coach Adam Henry knows the Gators must get back to the game's fundamentals after a disappointing showing in the Justin Richards Scholarship Baseball Tournament. The Gators, Tournament champions in 2013, ended tournament play Friday with losses to Northview (10-4) and Choctawhatchee (10-5) after falling to both of the Crestview teams on Thursday. READ MORE

  • 'MAKE IT FUN': Coaches simplify baseball four campers

    CRESTVIEW — Baseball’s future in Crestview is in good shape if attendance at this week’s Crestview Bulldog Baseball Camp indicates things to come. READ MORE

  • Justin Richards baseball tournament concludes tonight

    CRESTVIEW — The Justin Richards Scholarship Baseball Tournament concludes with today's 7 p.m. championship game. READ MORE

  • Crestview Red opens Richards tournament strong

    CRESTVIEW — Day one of the Justin Richards Scholarship Baseball Tournament ended Thursday with the Crestview red team positioned at a possible run for the tournament title after beating Baker 10-1 and Freeport 8-1. The Crestview Gray still had an outside shot at the title, but it might need some help after splitting the two games on opening day of the tournament. The Gray beat Baker 4-3 and lost to Choctawhatchee 6-2. READ MORE

  • Kentucky time for CHS alum Denzel Ware

    CRESTVIEW — Former Crestview High School football player Denzel Ware’s emotions run deep this week as he embarks on his football career at the University of Kentucky. CRESTVIEW — Former Crestview High School football player Denzel Ware’s emotions run deep this week as he embarks on his football career at the University of Kentucky. Ware, who left for Lexington, Ky., Sunday, starts classes Thursday. Ware, who left for Lexington, Ky., Sunday, starts classes Thursday. READ MORE

  • Projecting the Crestview offense

    CRESTVIEW — Things are running more smoothly as Tim Hatten enters his second season as Crestview High School’s head football coach. The players have had a year in his offensive system and are able to play faster as they know what to expect. Hatten likes what he has seen from his team heading into year two, but he knows there is still a lot of work today. READ MORE

  • Foster, Lee heading to Webber International

    CRESTVIEW — Lucas Lee and Khalil Foster, football teammates since their days at Richbourg Middle School, will continue their journey together this fall at Webber International University in Babson Park. The Crestview High School graduates, who signed with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics school last month, couldn’t be happier about the opportunity to play together. READ MORE


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