• Aggies hand Bulldogs first district loss

    CRESTVIEW — If there was a silver lining for the Crestview High School baseball team in Friday’s District 1-7A loss to Tate High School Bulldog Coach Tim Gillis couldn’t find it. Even when Gillis admitted that the No. 1 seed in the district tournament will probably have multiple losses he wasn’t looking post what happened as the Aggies upended Crestview 7-4. READ MORE

  • Old Spanish Trail Rodeo celebrates 25 years when it returns next month

    CRESTVIEW — The Old Spanish Trail Rodeo, an Okaloosa County fixture, celebrates its silver anniversary next month. This year's rodeo is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. April 11 and 12 at the Baker Area Recreation Association's Barnhill Arena. Advance and reserve tickets are available. READ MORE

  • Bulldogs slip and slide to rainy win

    NAVARRE — It might be two months before the Crestview High School baseball team knows the full impact of Thursday’s District 1-7A baseball game with Navarre High School. Come tournament time if there are ties or multiple ties in the standings, Crestview could benefit from the 6-3 road win. READ MORE

  • North End Zone Spotlight: Catching up with Austin Armstrong (VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — The News Bulletin's Sports Department selected Crestview High School starting catcher Austin Armstrong as the North End Zone Spotlight's Player of the Week. READ MORE

  • McCranie, Royals blank Gators

    BAKER — Veteran Baker School softball Coach John Carlisle will be the first person to tell you four weeks does not a season make. “We are nine games into it,” he said. “It’s a marathon, not a sprint. “I still believe in this team. I believe in the girls that we have. I believe in the talent these girls have.” READ MORE

  • Sullivan powers Bulldogs past Vikings

    FORT WALTON BEACH — Nick Rathke's first mistake was hanging an 0-2 pitch to Crestview outfielder Hunter Sullivan. The Fort Walton Beach right-hander's second was making the exact same pitch two innings later to Sullivan. The two down-the-middle fastballs resulted in a first-inning solo homer and later a two-run double in the third frame to lead Crestview to a 3-2 win over Fort Walton Beach in Friday’s District 1-7A opener at Daniel D. Bohannon Field. READ MORE

  • Brad Reese still aiming high

    CRESTVIEW — Former Laurel Hill School basketball player Brad Reese will soon welcome his second child, which puts his professional basketball career in perspective.The 6-foot-7-inch Reese, who now calls west Texas home during the basketball off-season, is in his third year of playing professional basketball in Europe. This year, he's a member of the Lapua, Finland team. READ MORE

  • Baker baseball team continues to struggle

    BAKER — Adam Henry continues to stay upbeat despite a slow start for his Baker School baseball team. Even in the losses, the Gator coach sees the positives, but he knows if the Baker is to start winning the Gators will have to cut down on their mental and physical mistakes. READ MORE

  • North End Zone Spotlight: Catching up with Lauren Gordon (VIDEO)

    CRESTVIEW — The News Bulletin's Sports Department selected Laurel Hill School softball player Lauren Gordon as the North End Zone Spotlight's Player of the Week. READ MORE

  • 'Risen' to the challenge: Baker School's Savannah Risen signs with Andrew College

    BAKER — Savannah Risen's senior season for Baker School's volleyball team was cut short before it started. Risen received a season-ending knee injury in the first match of the year. READ MORE


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