Ernest Middle Defeats W.S. Neal 28-0

September 14, 2018

The Ernest Ward Middle School Eagles opened their season Thursday night with a 28-0 win over W.S. Neal in East Brewton.

The remainder of the EWMS football season looks like this:

  • 9/20 Summerdale at EWMS, 6 p.m.
  • 9/25 EWMS at Saraland 6 p.m.
  • 10/4 W.S. Neal at EWMS, 6 p.m.
  • 10/11 Escambia Cty. Middle (Atmore) at EWMS, 6 p.m.
  • 10/18 EWMS at Summerdale, 6 p.m.

Ernest Ward has the only middle school football team in Escambia, FL.

High School Football Finals

September 14, 2018

Here are tonight’s high school football game in the North Escambia area:

FLORIDA

  • Pensacola High 21, Tate 7
  • Blountstown 35, 19
  • Jay 30, Wewahitchka 22
  • Pine Forest 27, Gulf Breeze 15
  • Escambia 49, West Park 0
  • Pensacola Catholic 17, Milton 13
  • Pace 58, Booker T. Washington 33
  • Navarre 53 Choctaw 7
  • Lynn Haven Mosley 13, West Florida 10 (Thursday)

ALABAMA

  • Escambia Academy 35, Patrician 7
  • Hillcrest 26, Escambia County (Atmore) 0
  • Flomaton 35,  Excel 12
  • Clarke County 46,   W.S. Neal 13
  • T.R. Miller 40,  St. Michael Catholic 0 (Thursday)
Pictured: Tate at Gulf Breeze last week.

Northview Splits V-Ball With Flomaton; Tate Wins Golf Match

September 14, 2018

Northview Volleyball

The Northview Lady Chiefs split volleyball games with Flomaton Thursday. The Northview JV defeated Flomaton  25-15, 25-27, 15-9, and the Flomaton varsity topped Northview 25-17, 25-27, 25-22, 25-18. The Lady Chiefs are on the road Monday at Lighthouse Christian and Tuesday at Jay before returning home to host Central on Thursday.

Tate Golf

In high school golf Thursday, Tate came out on top with a score of 194, followed by Washington with 212 and Pensacola High with 224.  Individual medalists were JT Semple from Tate with 40, Jett  Zhang of PHS with 45 and Jace Anthony from Washington with 46.

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PCA, Tate And Northview Teams Place In Cross Country Meet (With Gallery)

September 12, 2018


Pensacola Christian Academy took the top spot among male and female teams during a cross county meet at Northview High School in Bratt.

In addition to PCA and Northview, Tate, Central and Flomaton high schools also took part.

Team results were as follows:

Boys

1st. – Pensacola Christian Academy
2nd – Tate High School
3rd – Northview High School

Central ran individual male runners but not a team.

Girls

1st – Pensacola Christian
2nd – Northview High Schoo

Tate, Flomaton and Central ran individual female male runners but not a team.

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Northview to Host Volleyball Camp (With Scores, Photo Gallery)

September 12, 2018

The Northview Lady Chiefs will host a volleyball camp on Saturday from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m. in the school gym for ages third grade and up. The cost is $35.

Participants will receive a t-shirt, free into into a “Gold Digger” event and refreshments. Awards can also be earned.

In junior varsity action Tuesday at Northview, Miller defeated the Lady Chiefs 25-17, 12-25, 15-11. In varsity play, Miller topped Northview 25-15, 25-10, 25-15.

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Pictured: The Northview JV Lady Chiefs take on T.R. Miller Tuesday afternoon. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.



Northview JV Defeats Escambia County High

September 11, 2018

The Northview Chiefs junior varisty football team defeated the Escambia County High School (Atmore)  JV team 8-6 on Monday night.

The Blue Devils scored early in the first quarter to take a 6-0 lead into the half.
The Chiefs answered with a two-play drive to begin the third quarter, with Damerion Findley breaking a 65-yard run on the first play, before  taking the second play 5 yards for the touchdown. Findley also added the 2-point conversion on a 3-yard run.

The JV Chiefs improve their record to 2-1 and will play next Thursday at Escambia High School in Pensacola at 6:00.

Bonus Photos: NHS Cheerleaders, Band, Fans And More

September 10, 2018

For a photo gallery featuring the Northview cheerleaders, mini cheerleaders, band, NJROTC and fans, click here.

For a look back action photos from Friday night, click here.

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Photos: Cantonment Cowboys Football

September 9, 2018

The Ensley Chiefs defeated the Cantonment Cowboys Mites Saturday at the Cantonment Sportsplex.

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Blue Wahoos Elimited From Championship Series With 9-1 Loss

September 9, 2018

The Shuckers scored seven runs over the first two innings as they clinched a spot in the 2018 Southern League Championship series after a resounding 9-1 win at MGM Park Saturday night.

In series filled with tight ballgames, Biloxi’s clinching win was anything but. Daniel Wright (L, 0-1) lasted 1.2 innings and surrendered seven runs on six hits. In the bottom of the first, Keston Hiura belted a three-run home run to put the hosts up 3-0 quickly.

After Gavin LaValley homered in the second, the Shuckers responded with four more runs, capped off by Hiura’s bases-clearing double. Rafael De Paula finished out the home-half of the second inning for the Wahoos and Pensacola entered the third trailing 7-1.

That was plenty of run support for Marco Diplan (W, 1-0) who finished the night allowing just the one hit to LaValley across six innings. He tied his season high with 10 strikeouts and walked only two. Cody Ponce and Brad Kuntz pitched the final three innings without allowing a run, sealing Biloxi’s second-ever trip to a championship series. Biloxi added to more insurance runs in the fourth and seventh innings respectively for the eventual 9-1 scoreline.

Pensacola’s season comes to a close having been eliminated by the Shuckers in the postseason for the second time in four years. The Blue Wahoos will begin the 2019 season on April 4 with a five-game series against the Mobile BayBears.

Northview Beats South Walton (With Photo Gallery)

September 8, 2018

The Northview Chiefs upended the South Walton Seahawks 14-7 Friday night in Bratt.

“Our defense played a hell of a game tonight. The defense stepped up after the past couple of weeks after having some rough outings, but hey the defense stepped up time and time again,” Northview head coach Derek Marshman said.  “We moved the ball great from 20 to 2o and we just got to capitalize on it. We left 20 to 30 points on the board tonight. We’ve got to capitalize on scoring opportunities.”

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South Walton opened with a 7-0 lead on their first drive of the game. The Chiefs answered with a Trent Kite touchdown with 4:54 to go in the first quarter, but the Seahawks held on to a 7- advantage.

The Northview defense pushed South Walton back, with senior Lance McLaughlin sacking the Seahawk’s QB in the end zone after a bad snap  for a safety to put the Chiefs up 8-7 with 9:31 in the third.

With 39 seconds on the clock in the third, Northview capped a 99 yard scoring drive with junior Trent Kite punching in a touchdown from a few yards out, giving the Chiefs a 14-7 lead.

Northview sealed the deal with an interception from McLaughlin with 1:40 to go in the game.

Northview (2-1) will travel to Blountstown (2-1) next Friday night.

“It’s gonna be tough. That’s the measuring stick. They were in the state championship a year ago so let’s see where we’re at,” Marshman said.

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