Play Ball! Opening Day For Molino Ballpark (With Photo Gallery)

March 22, 2015

Saturday was Opening Day for Molino Recreation Association and the Molino Ballpark.

For more photos from select games, click here.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Strike Out Cancer Game Raises Over $11.5K, Tate Tops WFHS; NHS Splits With Chipley

March 21, 2015

STRIKE OUT CANCER

Cancer research was the real winner Friday night as the Tate Aggies hosted the West Florida Jaguars. It was the 6th annual Strike Out Cancer Charity Softball Game, with both sides wearing pink jerseys.

Together, the  teams raised over $11,500 for the American Cancer Society. The Lady Jags came prepared with their own $5,000 donation that they raised, mostly on a GoFundMe website.

On the scoreboard, the Lady Aggies were the winners, 4-1 over West Florida.

BASEBALL

Northview 9, Chipley 5
Chipley 14, Northview 4 (JV)

Pictured: Northview at Chipley. NorthEscambia.com photos by Ramona Preston, click to enlarge.

EA’s Brooks Signs With Huntingdon College

March 21, 2015

Escambia Academy senior running back Gordon Brooks, Jr. signed Friday morning with Huntingdon College in Montgomery. Brooks was a member of the 2014 Escambia Academy AISA state champion team, the first in the school’s history. Photos by Ditto Gorme for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Highland Baptist Hosting Wild Game Dinner, Fish Fry

March 20, 2015

Highland Baptist Church in Molino will host its  Wild Game Dinner and Fish Fry this Saturday night.

Guest speaker will be Tim Pernie, a retired Marine and avid outdoosrman.

The menu will include a variety of venison dishes and fried fish, plus sides of baked beans, coleslaw and desserts. Trophy mounts will be on display during the event.

The dinners takes place at 5 p.m., with doors opening at 4:30 p.m., at the Highland Baptist fellowship hall at 6240Highway 95A in Molino. Admission is free, but there is a suggested $5 donation. For more information, call the church office at (850) 587-5174.

Second Baptist Of Texas Takes Top Spot In Aggies Classic

March 20, 2015

The Second Baptist Eagles from Texas won the 22nd Annual Aggie Classic Thursday night as they topped No. 1 seed Tate High School. The 6-5 loss was the first of the season for the Aggies (13-1)

FINAL SCORES:

At Tate High School

  • Christ Presbyterian 12, Edmond North 3
  • Second Baptist 6, Tate 5

At West Florida High

  • West Florida 3, Shawnee 0

At Escambia

  • Pryor 9, Escambia 3

At Gulf Breeze

  • Milton 8, Union 2
  • Gulf Breeze 8, Davidson 5

At Washington

  • Washington (OK) 6, Knoxville Cath. 5
  • Goodpasture 4, Washington 3

Wins For Northview Softball, Junior Varsity Baseball

March 20, 2015

Northview 10, W.S. Neal 2
Northview 5, W.S. Neal 2

Northview High School’s junior varsity beat W.S. Neal in a baseball double header Thursday night in Bratt. Northview topped Neal 10-2 in the first game and 5-2 in the second. The Chiefs travel to Chipley Friday, with the JV plaing at 4:00 and the varsity in a district matchup at 6:30.

Northview 6, Flomaton 5

The Northview Lady Chiefs beat Flomaton Thursday night 6-5. The Lady Chiefs will be on the road Friday night at Baker. The junior varsity plays at 4:00, the varsity at 6:00

Pictured: Northview’s JV swept a double header against W.S. Neal. Photo for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Undefeated Tate To Play For Aggie Classic Championship

March 19, 2015

The Tate Aggies beat Tulsa Union, OK, 5-3 in the Aggie Classic Wednesday night. The Aggies advance to the championship of their 22nd annual tourney.

The Aggies will face Second Baptist of Texas at 7 p.m. at Tate High School. Tate and Second Baptist were the only undefeated teams in tournament action this week. All Tate students wearing school colors will be admitted for just $1.

Wednesday Scores

Tate 5, Union, OK 3
West Florida 6 vs. Edmond North, OK 2
Gulf Breeze 12, Knoxville Catholic, TN 5
Washington FL 7 L vs. Pryor, OK 3
Davidson Academy, TN 4, Milton, 1
Second Baptist, TX 5, Claremore, OK 4
Christ Presbyterian, TN 11, Skiatook, OK
Brentwood Academy, TN 12, Escambia 6
Goodpasture, TN 9,Washington OK 2
Shawnee, OK 11, Brentwood, TN 4

Thursday Games

At Tate High School

#3 Christ Presbyterian vs. #4 Edmond North, 4 p.m..
#1 Tate vs. #2 Second Baptist, 7 p.m.

At West Florida High

Brentwood Acad. vs. Skiatook, 4 p.m.
West Florida vs. Shawnee, 7 p.m.

At Escambia

Claremore vs. Brentwood, 4 p.m.
Escambia vs. Pryor, 7 p.m.

At Gulf Breeze

Milton vs. Union, 4 p.m.
Gulf Breeze vs. Davidson, 7 p.m.

At Washington

Knoxville Catholic vs. Washington (Okla), 4 p.m.
Washington vs. Goodpasture, 7 p.m.

Lady Aggies Topped; Hosting Strike Out Cancer Game Friday

March 19, 2015

The Tate Lady Aggies were topped 4-2 by Navarre Wednesday night.

Friday, the Lady Aggies will host their sixth annual “Strike Out Cancer Game” against thethe West Florida High Jaguars. All gat admissions, concessions and donations collected will benefit the Pensacola Chapter of the American Cancer Society for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. The JV plays at 4:30, with the varsity game beginning at 6:30.

Northview Track Results: First, Second Place Wins

March 19, 2015

The Northview High School girls finished second in an 11-team meet last week at T.R. Miller. And the Northview boys and girls both finished first in a meet Tuesday in Bratt.

Track meet  3/12 at T.R. Miller

Girls Overall

  1. T.R. Miller 263
  2. Northview 94
  3. Hillcrest Evergreen 80
  4. Opp 49.5
  5. W.S. Neal 33.5
  6. J.F. Shields 33.5
  7. McIntosh 30
  8. Excel 10
  9. Monroe County 9
  10. Red Level 5

Boys Overall

  1. T.R. Miller 214.5
  2. Hillcrest Evergreen 163.5
  3. Opp 72
  4. W.S. Neal 48
  5. Monroe County 37
  6. Northview 35
  7. McIntosh 29
  8. Excel 28
  9. Red Level 16
  10. J.F. Shields 15

Track meet  3/17 at Northview

Girls Overall

  1. Northview Girls 77
  2. JU Blacksher Girls 29

Boys Overall

  1. Northview Boys 77
  2. JU Blacksher Boys 22

4X800

1st – -Northview Girls-13:31

4X400

1st – - Northview Girls -5:40
1st – -JU Blacksher Boys -5:37

4X100

1st –  Northview Girls -57.81
1st –  Northview Boys A -46.72

Girls 100 Hurdles

1st –  Odom, A. –Northview 20.31
2nd –  White, K. –Northview 21.15

Boys 110 Hurdles

1st –  Parker, J. –Northview 17.95
2nd –  Jay, W. – Blacksher 18.33

Girls 100 Meters

1st –  Odom, A –Northview 13.37
2nd –  Sidney, D. –Blacksher 13.82
3rd –  Galvin, K – Northview 13.97

Boys 100 Meters

1st – -Garvey, E –Northview 11.29
2nd –  Moore, D –Northview 11.31
3rd –  Spencer, B –Northview 11.44

Girls 200 Meters

1st –  Sidney, D –JU Blacksher 29.50
2nd –  Galvan, K –Northview 30.34
3rd –  Gibson, M –Northview 31.90

Boys 200 Meters

1st –  Moorer, D –Northview 23.83
2nd –  Bradley, T –Northview 24.16
3rd –  Kirchharr, J –JU Blacksher 26.08

Girls 300 Hurdles

1st –  Syria, M –Northview 1:02

Boys 300 Hurdles

1st –  Elliott, O –Northview 46.33
2nd –  Jay, W – JU Blacksher 50.41
3rd –  Parker, J. –Northview 50.90

Girls 400 Meters

1st –  Powell, R –JU Blacksher 1:13
2nd –  Gibson, M –Northview 1:21.49

Boys 400 Meters

1st –  Kirchharr, J –JU Blacksher 1:01.42
2nd –  Spencer, B  -Northview 1:07.13
3rd –  Coon, E  -Northview 1:08.41

Girls 800 Meters

1st –  Elliott, J –Northview 3:14
2nd –  Jackson, B –JU Blacksher 3:45
3rd –  James, A –JU Blacksher 3:47

Boys 800 Meters

1st –  Attes, A –Northview 2:52
2nd –  Calloway, Z –Northview 3:01
3rd –  Aaron, C. –JU Blacksher 3:56

Girls 1600 Meters

1st –  McGahan, M –Nothview 7:32
2nd –  Roux, S. –Northview 7:33
3rd –  Barrows, T –Northview 9:34

Boys 1600 Meters

1st –  Ates, J –Northview 6:16
2nd –  Calloway, Z. –Northview 6:49
3rd –  Howard, N –JU Blacksher 7:06

Girls 3200 Meters

1st –  Weber, M –Northview 18:05

2nd –  Walston, E –Northview 20:43

Girls High Jump

1st –  North, C –Northview 4’4”
2nd –  White, K –Northview 4’2”
3rd –  Fischer, L –Northview 4’

Girls High Jump

1st –  Fischer –Northview 4’2”
2nd –  White, K – Northview 4’0”

Boys High Jump

1st –  Newsome, C –Northview 6’4”
2nd –  Parker, J –Northview 5’8”
3rd –  Presley, W- JU Blacksher 5’0”

Girls Shot Put

1st –  Anderson, K –JU Blacksher 36’5.5”
2nd –  Campbell, B –Northview 27’2”
3rd –  Cunningham, M –JU Blacksher 25’4”

Boys Shot Put

1st –  Johnson, H –Northview 38’7”
2nd –  Sherouse, H –Northview 37’9”
3rd –  Carter, C. – Northview 37’0”

Girls Discus

1st –  Anderson, K –JU Blacksher 105’3”
2nd –  Fischer, L –Northview 63’8”
3rd – Cunningham, M –Blacksher 59’06”

Boys Discus

1st –  Whitehead, A –Northview 103’4”
2nd –  Adams, A –Northview 99’06”
3rd –  Lassiter, C. –JU Blacksher 95’01”

Northview Perfect Streak Ends; Tate Softball Slams Fort Walton; Jay Over Chipley

March 18, 2015

Baker 8, Northview 5
Northview 10, Baker 6 (JV)

The Northview Chiefs’ undefeated season came to an end on the road Tuesday night with an 8-5 loss to Baker. In junior varsity action, Northview defeated Baker 10-6.

SOFTBALL

Tate 15, Fort Walton 0 (3 innings)
For Tate: Casey McCracken 3-3 3R, 1RBI, HR; Tori Perkins 3-3, 2 R; Hayden Lindsey 1-3, 3 R, 2 RBI, 2B, RBI; Rachel Wright 2-2, 1 R, 1 RBI, Savannah Rowell, 1-2, 1 R, 3 RBI.

Jay 5, Chipley 2

Pictured: Northview at Baker. NorthEscambia.com photos by Ramona Preston, click to enlarge.



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