• Fingall lifts Choctaw past Crestview (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — Powered by Nadia Fingall’s 24-point effort Choctawhatchee High School took down Crestview 54-44 in girls basketball Tuesday night.Fingall, a 6-foot-3 junior, got off to a hot start scoring the first seven points of the game as the Indians (20-1) took a lead they wouldn’t relinquish. READ MORE

  • Baker boys shine in shootout

    Baker School’s boys basketball team turned in a strong effort in the Jan. 2 and 3 Florida-Alabama Shootout at Pleasant Home High School. READ MORE

  • Crestview girls pound Tate

    Crestview High School’s girls basketball team opened the new year in impressive fashion Friday, taking a District 1-6A win over Tate 49-16. READ MORE

  • Baker boys struggle from close range against Northview (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    BAKER — If Baker School’s boys basketball team is to have a shot at a playoff run the Gators must fix the little things. That was evident Monday night as Baker hosted District 3-1A rival Northview. On the positive side the Gators hit 10 3-point baskets and had three players in double figures. But while the shots were falling from long range Baker struggled from close range in a 70-60 loss. READ MORE

  • Baker girls too strong for Northview (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    BAKER — The rebuilding process for the Baker School’s girls basketball team took another step forward Monday night. Powered by Jessica Black’s game-high 15 points the Gators beat District 3-1A foe Northview 50-34. READ MORE

  • 2014's Best of North Okaloosa sports

    1. Crestview's basketball teams make big run It’s doubtful anyone could have imagined the success the Bulldogs would have under first-year coach Greg Watson. Led by Denzel Ware and Ronnie Baylark's heroics, the Bulldogs won the District 1-7A championship and advanced to the Elite Eight before being eliminated from the playoffs. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs close tournament, year with win (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Come district tournament time, in early February, the Crestview High School boys basketball team might look to the Luxe Sports Grill Shootout at Choctawhatchee High School as a springboard to the season. The Bulldogs didn’t win the tournament, but they made a strong showing taking two out of three games. Powered by a 17-point effort from Marquis McClain, Crestview finished the tournament Wednesday with a 52-39 win over Houston County, Ga., in the consolation finals. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs pull away from Golden Bears (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Crestview High School boys basketball Coach Greg Watson matched wits against his old boss Tuesday in the Luxe Sports Grill Shoot at Choctawhatchee High School. Watson’s Bulldogs faced Robertsdale, Ala., where he was a former assistant coach under Golden Bear boss Marshall Davis. In the end the Bulldogs had a little more bite as they rolled to a 63-47 win. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs close tournament with win (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Crestview High School’s girls basketball team can breathe a collective sigh of relief heading into the New Year. The Bulldogs bounced back from a couple of disappointing games in the Southern Resorts Beach Blowout Basketball Tournament with an impressive 57-39 win over Germantown High School from Germantown, Tenn. READ MORE

  • Rally falls short for Crestview boys (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

    FORT WALTON BEACH — A gutsy comeback by Crestview High School’s boys basketball team came up short Monday in the opening round of the Luxe Sports Grill Shootout at Choctawhatchee High School. Down 56-43 to South Gwinnett, Ga., with 2:04 left in the fourth quarter the Bulldogs scored eight unanswered points before running out of time and falling 56-51 to the Comets. READ MORE

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