Flomaton Defeats Ernest Ward (With Photo Gallery)

October 22, 2014

The Ernest Ward Middle School Eagles, the only middle school football team in Escambia County (FL), wrapped up their season Tuesday night in Walnut Hill. The visiting Flomaton Hurricanes defeated the Eagles 22-6.

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Tate Gets District Win Over Crestview (With Photo Gallery)

October 18, 2014

The Tate Aggies beat the Crestview Bulldogs Friday night, 42-28

With 6:31 to go in the first quarter, the Bulldogs took an early lead that they held until  the second. With 10:11 in the half, the Aggies tied it up 7-7 with a 34-yard touchdown on fourth and 11 from junior quarterback Sawyer Smith to Reginald Payne.

Alondo Thompkins propelled Tate into a 14-7 lead with a 55-yard touchdown run with 8:14 on the clock in the second. Then, with 4:12 in the half, Payne was in for his second touchdown of the night on a sneak play from 1-yard out, and Tate was up 21-7 with 4:12 in the second quarter.

Smith found Darren Lee for a 45-yarder with 50.3 second on the clock for a 28-7 Tate lead at the half.

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Less than three minutes into the third quarter, Tate moved up to 35-7 with a 12-yard keeper from Smith. Crestview scored twice before Alonte Thompson made it 42-21 with a 1-yard touchdown dash. Crestview capitalized on an Aggie fumble  with 8:09 in the fourth, 42-21.

Crestview recovered an onside kick for one more touchdown with 6:23 on the clock for the night’s 42-28 final.

The Tate Aggies improved to 6-2 overall, and an important 1-1 in the district.

“The district win is huge in a three team district,” Coach Ronnie Douglas said. “Our backs were against the wall because if we don’t win, we’re done.”

“We still have a real good chance. Crestview and Niceville still have to play, so we are still waiting on that.”  Last season, Crestview beat Niceville, leading to a three-way tie and a district shootout.

Tate will host Fort Walton Beach next Friday night, 7:30 in Cantonment.

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High School Football Finals

October 18, 2014

Here is a look at Friday night’s high school football finals score from around the area.

FLORIDA

  • Northview 43, Freeport 9 [Read more...]
  • Tate 42, Crestview  28 [Read more...]
  • Baker 42, Jay 14
  • West Florida 27, Gulf Breeze 7
  • Washington 23, Pine Forest 14
  • Escambia 44, Milton 34
  • Pensacola 35, Pace 10
  • Arnold 38, Catholic 36

ALABAMA

  • Flomaton 38, St. Lukes 26
  • W.S. Neal 47,  Satsuma 21
  • St. Pauls 49, Escambia County (Atmore) 12
  • Escambia Academy 48, Pike Liberal Arts 14
  • Open: T.R. Miller

Northview Pounds Freeport

October 18, 2014

The Northview Chiefs were ranked No. 5 in the state in Class 1A as they headed into a 43-9 pounding of the Freeport Bulldogs Friday night in Freeport.

Northview jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a touchdown from Lett.

Freeport worked their way to the red zone, but their endzone pass was picked off by Cameron Newsome for a return that set up a Chiefs 30-yard field goal, 10-0 Northview.

Tydraee Bradley added another touchdown for the Chiefs with 1:45 to go in the first quarter, 16-0. The Chiefs rolled on to a 31-0 halftime advantage before allowing a touchdown and field goal from Freeport in the second half.

Lett  rushed for just 220 yards Friday night along with three touchdowns  two weeks after setting a school single game record of a 313 total rushing yards.  The senior is now well over 1,000 yards for the season — 523 of those yards in his last two games for those doing the math.

Newsome is at about 500 yards for the season after earning 137 yards along with a touchdown Friday night.

Chiefs are now 5-1 overall, 2-0 in the district. They will host 4A Walton Friday night before taking on the undefeated Baker Gators for the district championship October 31 in Baker.

Pictured top: The Northview Chiefs in action against Freeport Friday night in Freeport. Pictured inset: The Chiefs’ Cameron Newsome goes down after a long interception return, setting up a 30-yard Northview field  goal. Images courtesy WEAR 3 for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Foley Defeats Ernest Ward

October 17, 2014

The Foley Lions defeated the Ernest Ward Middle School Eagle Thursday night, 26-12.

Ernest Ward, Escambia County’s only middle school football team, will wrap up their season at home next Tuesday at 6 p.m. as they host the Flomaton Hurricanes.

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Tate Lady Aggies Softball to Host Softball Camp

October 17, 2014

The Tate High School Aggies Softball team will host a November Camp on Saturday, November 1st at the school’s softball field.

There will be a skills and hitting clinic from 9 a.m. until noon and a pitching/catching clinic from 1-2 pm.

The cost is $30 for one session or $40 for both sessions and lunch. The camp is for ages 7 through the 8th grade.

Register by mail (click for printable pdf registration form) or day of camp. For more information, call (850) 572-6466.

Cross Country: Northview, EWMS, Flomaton, Miller

October 16, 2014

About 90 runners took part in a cross country meet with Ernest Ward Middle, Flomaton High, Milton High, Northview High, Catholic High and T.R. Miller High Tuesday at Northview High School in Bratt.

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Results were as follows:

Top Girls Teams

  1. TR Miller- 30 points
  2. Pensacola Catholic- 36 Points
  3. Milton-63 Points
  4. Northview -141 Points
  5. Ernest Ward-153 Points

Fastest Girl-Allie Nelson from TR Miller with a time of 20:02

Top Boys Teams

  1. Pensacola Catholic- 29 points
  2. Milton High -50 points
  3. TR Miller -80 points
  4. Flomaton -126 points
  5. Northview -165 Points
  6. Ernest Ward-237 points

Fastest Boy- Grant Kemp from Pensacola Catholic with a time of 18:08

TOP FIVE RUNNERS FROM EACH SCHOOL

Northview Girls

  1. Moriah McGhan -25:29
  2. Mary Sullivan -31:53
  3. Bethany Reynolds -32:18
  4. Myisha Syria -33:01
  5. Jessica Barrows-41:28

Northview Boys­

  1. Brandon Korinchak -20:20
  2. Josh Borelli -20:49
  3. Heath Sheldt -23:58
  4. Austin Ates -24:35
  5. Triston Reaves -28:03

Ernest Ward Girls

  1. Addison Albritton 28:11
  2. Haley Black -32:57
  3. Cailee Wilburn -33:02
  4. Lexxi Baggett -33:07
  5. Anna Sullivan 33:09

Ernest Ward Boys

  1. Brandon Sheldt -25:36
  2. Bryce Korinchak-28:07
  3. Shane Hardin -30:12
  4. Keaton Brown -32:48
  5. Alexander Floyd -35:04

Flomaton Boys

  1. Dustin Reaves -20:37
  2. Duane Hamby -21:00
  3. Dylan Patterson -22:07
  4. Dakota Boatwright -23:28
  5. Hayden Hammond 23:59

TR Miller Girls

  1. Allie Nelson- 20:02
  2. Tara Townsend -23:54
  3. Sarah Byrd -24:17.21
  4. Madison Lum -24:17.59
  5. Carmen Knowles -25:02

TR Miller Boys

  1. Travis Carlson -19:08
  2. Micah Flores 19:37
  3. Walker Harris 21:03
  4. Noah Morris 21:11
  5. Tuck McDaniel 21:54

Milton Girls

  1. Isabella Potate-23:36
  2. Nikki Delagarza-24:57
  3. Becky Ward -24:58
  4. Rachel Natioa-25:49
  5. Aly Bly-26:27

Milton Boys

  1. Cody Price -18:57
  2. Alex McDonald -19:03
  3. Myles Osborne -19:36
  4. Virgil Holmes -20:35
  5. Marcus Deloach -20:45

Pensacola Catholic Girls

  1. Annabelle Doyle-22:52
  2. Gabby Endacott-24:18
  3. Olivia Endacott-24:21
  4. Vivi Lee -24:35
  5. Angie Gonzalez-24:40

Pensacola Catholic Boys

  1. Grant Kemp -18:08
  2. Edward Neyman -18:09
  3. John Rawley -18:23
  4. Henry Marcille -19:23
  5. Logan Kane-19:40

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Free Hunter Safety Course Offered In Santa Rosa County

October 16, 2014

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is offering a free hunter safety course in Santa Rosa County.

The class will be heldat Avalon Middle School, 5445 King Arthur’s Way, Milton. Instruction will be from 6-10 p.m. Oct. 21, 23, 28 and 30. The range portion of the class is Nov. 1 from 7-10 a.m.

An adult must accompany children under the age of 16 at all times. Students should bring a pencil and paper with them to take notes.

Anyone born on or after June 1, 1975, must pass an approved hunter safety course and have a hunting license to hunt alone (unsupervised). The FWC course satisfies hunter-safety training requirements for all other states and Canadian provinces.

People interested in attending this course can register online and obtain information about future hunter safety classes at MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or by calling Hunter Safety Coordinator Will Burnett at the FWC’s regional office in Panama City at 850-265-3676.

Volleyball: Pensacola High Tops Northview (With Gallery)

October 14, 2014

The Pensacola High Lady Tigers defeated the Northview Chiefs Monday afternoon

PHS topped Northview in three straight 22-25, 20-25, 17-25.

Northview travels to Central Tuesday, with the JV playing at 5:00 and varsity at 6:00.

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Major Leaguer Caleb Gindl To Hold Baseball Clinic

October 14, 2014

Northview Baseball and Major Leaguer Caleb Gindl of the Milwaukee Brewers will present a fall baseball clinic for ages 9-17. Participants will receive professional instruction and on the field experience while supporting the Northview Chiefs baseball program.

The clinic will be held Saturday, November 8 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Northview baseball complex. The cost is $40 per participant. Pre-register by November 1 for a free clinic t-shirt.

For more information or to register, call the Northview Diamond Club at (850) 554-8594.

Pictured: The Milwaukee Brewer’s Caleb Gindl hits during a baseball clinic last year at Northview High School in Bratt. NorthEscambia.com file photo, click to enlarge.

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