Kickoff Classic Wins For Tate, Northview (With Scoreboard, Photo Gallery)

August 17, 2019

Area high school football teams were back under the Friday night lights for kickoff classics. Here are scores from the North Escambia area:

Tate 13, Pace 7

The Tate Aggies beat the Pace Patriots 13-7 in a kickoff classic at Pace.

Kesean Williams had honor of the the first score of the season for the Aggies for a 7-0 lead. With the game tied 7-7, sophomore quarterback Dalton Biggs found Cody Brown on a Hail Mary pass for the game winning touchdown.

The Aggies will swing into the regular season Friday night at 7:00 as they host Pensacola High School in Pete Gindl Stadium.


Pace 14, Tate 0  (JV)

Pace 8, Tate 0 (Freshmen)

Northview 7, Baker 0

The Northview Chiefs beat Baker 7-6 Friday night in Baker. The Chiefs will open the regular season Friday night at home against Lighthouse Christian. It’s also senior night for Northview; the Chiefs only have three home games this season.

Baker 16, Northview  (JV)

Baker 8, Ernest Ward Eagles 0

West Florida 7, Navarre 7

Escambia 27, Pensacola High 0

Gulf Breeze 14, Choctaw 0

Catholic 19, Washington 14 (Thursday)

Pictured: The Tate Aggies defeated the Pace Patriots Friday night in Pace. photos by Jennifer Repine, click to enlarge.


One Response to “Kickoff Classic Wins For Tate, Northview (With Scoreboard, Photo Gallery)”

  1. Smith on August 18th, 2019 11:27 pm

    The Northview Chiefs looked very goo they reminded me of th state championship team they have great size and speed all over the field. #letsgochiefs

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