Friday Night Finals

September 21, 2019

Here is tonight’s North Escambia area high school football schedule:

FLORIDA

  • Northview 34, Holmes County 22 [Photos, details...]
  • Crestview 47, Tate 7 [Photos, details...]
  • Escambia Academy 38, Jay 20
  • Pine Forest 24, Navarre 6
  • Catholic 35, Pensacola High 12
  • Washington 34, Mosley 27
  • Escambia 42, Gulf Breeze 0
  • Pace 17, Fort Walton Beach 3
  • Milton, 37 Choctawhatchee 21
  • West Florida – OPEN

ALABAMA

  • Escambia Academy 38 Jay 20
  • W.S. Neal 27, Escambia Co. 7
  • Bayside Academy 30, T.R. Miller 29
  • Flomaton 53, St. Michael 21 (Thursday – click for details)

NorthEscambia.com file photo.

Comments

2 Responses to “Friday Night Finals”

  1. shan on September 21st, 2019 9:36 pm

    Lewis, the price of admission has also gone up.
    And there were better games in the area. I went to Washington v. PFHS a few weeks ago and it was packed!!

  2. Lewis on September 21st, 2019 9:40 am

    Watching the Escambia Gulf Breeze game I notice that there weren’t very many in the stands. This is a Nintendo game. Why were so many missing? Just curious. Perhaps in the near future football will be fading away like many other traditional things. I guess Bob Dylan had it right, These Times They Are A-Changin.





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