Ernest Ward Drops Two To Brewton Middle (With Gallery)

November 16, 2016

The Ernest Ward Eagles dropped two games to Brewton Middle School Tuesday night in Walnut Hill.

In girls action, Ernest Ward closed within one point with a buzzer shot, but Brewton Middle prevailed 22-21.

In boys action, Brewton Middle defeated Ernest Ward 50-28.

For a photo gallery with both girls and boys games, click here.

Next Tuesday, Ernest Ward hosts Perdido. Girls play at 5 p.m. followed by the boys at about 6 p.m. photos, including photos by Delaney Reynolds, click to enlarge.

Coaches, Rosters Set For High School All-Star Volleyball Game

November 16, 2016

Pensacola Sports is pleased to announce the tentative rosters for the 10th Annual SUBWAY High School All-Star Volleyball game to be held Thursday, November 17 at the University of West Florida Field House at 6 p.m.  The West Team is comprised of seniors from Escambia County while the East Team is made up of seniors from Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties.  The two teams will play a best of seven match to determine the winner.

The roster for the West Team:

  • Catholic — Mackie Doyle, Bailey Burns
  • East Hill — Kaylie Dickson
  • Escambia — Kallie Lewis
  • Northview — Jamia Newton
  • PCA — Kristen Siegler
  • Pensacola — Maya Humeda, Ra’Kell Watts
  • Pine Forest — Alexis Robinson, Meghan McLane
  • Tate — Brianna Payne
  • Washington — Marlis Herrick, Tea Wiley, Kourtney Way, Selena Williams, Taya Mata
  • West Florida — Harmoni Burton, Genny Anderson

The coaching staff for the West Team:

  • Head Coach, Danielle Self of Pine Forest High School
  • Assistant Coach, Dave Bryant of West Florida Tech High School

The roster for the East Team:

  • Baker — Whitley Taylor, Taylor Brunson
  • Central — Haley Gauthier
  • Choctaw — Evelina Teran
  • Crestview — Kierra Potts, Cailey Ness
  • Fort Walton — Zadie Engelberger
  • Gulf Breeze — Maddie Grace McCurdy, Jordan Taylor,
  • Jay — Carissa Mulford, Hannah Prescott, Hannah Vaughn,
  • Laurel Hill — Rachel Welsh
  • Milton — Ashley Matthews
  • Navarre — Haley Thompson
  • Niceville — Helene Masone, Stephanie Kaufman
  • Pace — Morgan Helton
  • Rocky Bayou – Maegan Cropsey

The coaching staff for the East Team:

  • Head Coach, Jessica Odom of Jay High School
  • Assistant Coach, Chelsey Adams of Milton High School

Tickets to the SUBWAY High School All-Star Game are $8 at the gate and $6 with a canned good. Pensacola Sports is teaming with Manna Food Bank for a canned good drive and encouraging everyone to help families by bringing a canned good item.

Lady Chiefs Drop Season Opener To Escambia Academy

November 15, 2016

The Northview Lady Chiefs lost their season opener at home Monday night to the Cougars of Escambia Academy 44-26.

The Catholic Lady Crusaders are up next for the Chiefs at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Pensacola, followed by a road trip to Freeport on Thursday.

For more photos, click here. photos, click to enlarge.

Bonus Pics: Tate Defeats Gulf Breeze

November 14, 2016

The Tate Aggies beat Gulf Breeze 42-38 in the final seconds of the Region 1-6A Quarterfinals Friday night in Gulf Breeze.

For a photo gallery, click here.

For a game action summary, click here.

The Tate Aggies (9-2) will host the Navarre Raiders  Friday night in round two of the playoffs. photos by Jennifer Repine, click to enlarge.

Bonus Pics: Northview Falls In Round One Of Playoffs

November 14, 2016

The Northview Chiefs were knocked out of the first round of the 1A playoffs on the road Friday night by the Graceville Tigers 43-14.

For a bonus photo gallery, click here.

For a game action summary, click here. photos by Gary Amerson, click to enlarge.

Argoes Drop Season Finale To West Georgia

November 13, 2016

The UWF football team saw its inaugural season come to an end with a 69-0 loss to 2-time defending Super Region 2 champion West Georgia before 6,088 fans at Blue Wahoos Stadium Saturday.

UWF (5-6, 3-5 Gulf South Conference) finished with five victories in 2016, tying the most by a first-year Division 2 program over the last 10 years. Florida Tech and New Haven each won five games in their first seasons.

The Argonauts completed the ultra-competitive GSC season tied for sixth place after being tabbed eighth in the preseason coaches poll.

UWF had three sellouts at Blue Wahoos Stadium and drew more than 31,000 fans to the downtown venue over five home dates. The 6,328 average attendance currently puts the program at 19th in the country. Each home game drew more than 6,000 with a football capacity of 6,288.

On Saturday, UWF finished with 138 yards of total offense. Graduate quarterback Kaleb Nobles surpassed the 3,000-yard mark with 72 yards on 11-of-23 passing. Freshman running back Chris Schwarz was the team’s leading rusher with 44 yards on nine carries.

UWG (7-4, 4-4) showed why it was the preseason pick to win the GSC, collecting 336 yards on the ground and 225 through the air. The Wolves scored 31 points off six Nobles interceptions and were 9-of-9 inside the red zone.

UWG scored on 11 of 14 possessions, including its first eight. The Wolves registered 21 points in the first quarter and 27 in the second for a 48-0 lead at the half.

UWF honored four seniors prior to the game and could return 20 starters and more than 70 other student-athletes when spring practice begins in March 2017.

Tate Advances In 6A Playoffs With Win Over Gulf Breeze

November 12, 2016

The Tate Aggies beat Gulf Breeze 42-38 in the final seconds of the Region 1-6A Quarterfinals Friday night in Gulf Breeze.

“We have a special group. They (Gulf Breeze) are a heck of a football team. They didn’t quit either. We expected it to be a dog fight and it was,” Tate Head Coach Jay Lindsey said.

Tate took an early 7-0 lead that was quickly answered by Gulf Breeze to make it 7-7.

The Aggies came back on a quarterback keeper by Jake Henry to go up 14-7.  Then, with the score now 14-14, the Aggies were headed back on top with a Sharmari Jones touchdown, 21-14. The Dolphins tied up 21-21 with a 76-yard touchdown run before taking a 28-21 lead.

Tate score again on a Henry to Corey Young touchdown pass and another quarterback keeper from Henry, 35-35.

Jones plunged in across the goal line with just 6.8 seconds on the clock for the game winning touchdown, 42-38.

“Kids don’t quit,” Lindsey said. “You’re down 14 third quarter, six minutes left keep playing football.

The Tate Aggies (9-2) will host the Navarre Raiders next Friday night in round two of the playoffs.

Look for additional photos later on

Photo courtesy Jennifer Nagim for, click to enlarge.

1A Playoffs: Northview Falls Short At Graceville

November 12, 2016

The Northview Chiefs were knocked out of the first round of the 1A playoffs on the road Friday night by the Graceville Tigers 43-14.

The Chiefs have not earned a playoff win since 2013.

Graceville took a 9-0 lead in the first with a safety and a touchdown. The Chiefs answered with a Luke Ward to Neikel Robinson 20-yard touchdown pass. With a good two point conversion, the Chiefs closed within one with 3:09 on the clock in the first quarter.

Ward found Robinson for another touchdown to take a 14-9 lead. But Graceville added three touchdowns for a 30-14 Tiger lead at the half. The Tigers went on to add additional touchdowns in the third and fourth — a total of 34 unanswered points for the win.

The Northview Chiefs ended their season at 6-5.

Pictured: Northview at Graceville. photos by Gary Amerson, click to enlarge.

Friday Night Playoff Finals

November 12, 2016

Graceville 43, Northview  14

Tate 42, Gulf Breeze 38

West Florida 21, Wakulla 14

Navarre 40, Escambia 35

Baker 56, Cottondale 6

Escambia Academy 54, Clarke Prep 24

Tate Aggies Clean Veterans Memorial

November 6, 2016

The Tate High School Aggies gave back Saturday at Pensacola’s memorial to those that gave all. Members of the Aggie Nation hand-cleaned the Wall South and other memorials that honor those that served our nation at Veterans Memorial Park in Pensacola.  Photos for, click to enlarge.

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