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Cougars flog Fort Dale

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By GARRETT KIRK News Sports Writer The Escambia Academy Cougars continued their winning streak last Friday night and pushed their record to 3-0 as they triumphed over Fort Dale at home. For the most part, the game was rather uneventful. EA opened the night with a kick-off return on the first play of the game [...]

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Blacksher beats Fruitdale

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By ASHLEE PHILLIPS News Sports Writer Friday night, September 12, the J.U. Blacksher Bulldogs faced off against the Fruitdale Pirates in the Bulldog’s hometown of Uriah. The win brought their record to 3-0. Blacksher defeated Fruitdale with a score of 37-20. The game began with a kick-off to Blacksher and was returned 9 yards but [...]

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ECHS plays first home game of season

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By CHRISTIN SIMPKINS News Sports Writer The Escambia County High School Blue Devils played their first home game Friday, September 12, facing B.C. Rain High School from Mobile. The excitement began as the Blue Devils took the field. ECHS captains won the coin toss and the Devils received the first kick. With hopes of getting [...]

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NHS Chiefs tame the Chipley Tigers

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By CORRY BAGGETT News Sports Writer This year’s Northview High School Chiefs raised some eyebrows Friday night, September 12, in their victory over the Chipley Tigers. The game was a 24 to 6 win on their home turf. What I saw in some of the players was true leadership, especially in running back Keondrae Lett. [...]

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Perdido Middle School volleyball

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Northview chains the Bulldogs

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By CORRY BAGGETT News Sports Writer Two wins down in the 1A Northview Chiefs’ record, and fans are expecting more from this group of young men. Friday night’s win over the 4A Marianna Bulldogs allowed the Chiefs a 4-point margin, with a final 24 to 20 win. Using the home field to their advantage, Keondrae [...]

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Blacksher wins over Shields

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By ASHLEE PHILLIPS News Sports Writer Last Friday night, the J.U. Blacksher Bulldogs traveled to Beatrice to take on the J.F. Shields Panthers. Blacksher dominated the game and claimed another victory with a score of 42-6. The Bulldogs began the game with a touchdown after #2 senior Desmond Dean returned the kick-off 74 yards. A [...]

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Cougars win big over Lancaster

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By GARRETT KIRK News Sports Writer The Escambia Academy Cougars added another win to their record this past Friday, September 5, as they rolled over Lancaster Academy (Tennessee). The game was almost over from the beginning with the Cougars jumping out to a 35-0 lead before a weather delay. After the break the Cougars scored [...]

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ECHS falls to Vigor

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By CHRISTIN SIMPKINS News Sports Writer The Escambia County High School Blue Devils struggled against Vigor High School in Mobile Friday, September 5, at Vigor. The captains for the Escambia Blue Devils were Artemus Wiggins and Gaetyn Thames. The game began with Escambia’s winning the coin toss. Blue Devil Tyderian Sims received the kick and [...]

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Tullis plays in USET tourney

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United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) recently held its golf tournament June 1 at the semi-annual meeting in Bar Harbor, Maine. The tournament has generated $3,592.50 for its scholarship fund. One of the teams participating in this year’s tournament is shown, from left, Barak Meyers, Bill Taylor (vice chairman), Josh Parker (Eastern Band of Cherokee [...]

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