Century Youth League Scores

September 25, 2017

Here are Saturday scores from the Southwest Alabama Youth Football League:

Mighty Mites (4-7 year olds)
Century 20, Lyeffion 16

Tiny Mites (8-10 year olds)
Lyeffion 24, Century 8

Pee Wees (11-13 year olds)
Lyeffion 38, Century 8

ERC Football Scores

September 24, 2017

Here are week 4 scores from  ERC youth league football:

Seniors

  • Brewton  32, Jay 0
  • Baker 25, Neal 13
  • Flomaton 35, NWE 8
  • Excel 44, Straughn 0

Juniors

  • Brewton 40,  Jay 0
  • Neal 19, Baker 6
  • NWE 33, Flomaton 13
  • Poarch 49, Uriah 0
  • Straughn 31, Excel 12

Sophomores

  • Jay 25, Brewton 24
  • Neal 33, Baker 0
  • NWE 39, Flomaton 0
  • Poarch 38, Uriah 0
  • Straughn 41, Excel 7

Freshmen

  • Brewton 32, Jay 0
  • Neal 12, Baker 6
  • Flomaton 30, NWE 0
  • Poarch 47, Uriah 0
  • Excel 33, Straughn  6

FWC Seeks Comment On Proposed Hunting Rule Changes

September 24, 2017

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is seeking public input on drafted rule changes regarding hunting and FWD-managed lands that would begin with the 2018 hunting seasons.

Proposed Northwest Region changes include:

Blackwater WMA, Carr Unit – discontinue the special-opportunity released quail season and permit requirements; and allow northern bobwhite to be released and taken by shotgun during the small game season. A daily no-cost permit and proof that northern bobwhite were purchased within the past 90 days from a game farm licensed by the Commission or another state would be required for each individual or group participating.

Blackwater WMA, Hutton Unit – shift the 4 existing November quail hunts to February; and expand dove hunting from 4 to 8 days by adding 4 additional days of dove hunts during the second phase of the statewide dove season.

Escambia River WMA – allow raccoon hunting year-round in the still and dog hunt areas, except during the youth turkey hunt and spring turkey season; and limit camping to 14 days within any consecutive 30-day period.

Perdido River WMA – expand small game season from 30 to 68 days; and limit camping to 14 days within any consecutive 30-day period.

To submit comments to FWC on these and other proposed rule changes, click here.

Tate Gets Homecoming Win Over Milton

September 23, 2017

It was very happy Aggie homecoming  Friday night in Cantonment as the Tate Aggies powered past the Milton Panthers 28-6.

Tate was first on the board with 6:28 to go in the first period at Pete Gindl Stadium on a quarterback keeper from Hunter Rigdon from six yards out, 7-0 Aggies.

With 4:22 to go in the second quarter, junior shemRiggan found Patrick Palmer on a 27-yard touchdown pass, 14-0. The Aggies repeated their Riggan to Palmer combination with 15.9 seconds in the half for another touchdown pass, this one 14 yards, to go ahead 21-0.

Rigdon gained over 60 yards on a keeper before senior Shemari Jones was in to seal another Tate touchdown, 28-6, with 9:08 in the third.

The Milton Panthers scored late in the third on a short pass. With a missed point after attempt, the score was 28-6 headed into a scoreless fourth quarter in Cantonment.

The Panthers fell to 2-2, while the Tate Aggies are 3-1 on the season.

Next week, Washington will visit the Tate Aggies at 7 p.m.

During Friday night’s game, Logan Hamlin was named homecoming queen.

We will post photo galleries with more football action photos, homecoming court, parade and more on Sunday or Monday.

NorthEscambia.com photos by Jennifer Repine, click to enlarge.

Friday Night’s High School Football Scores

September 23, 2017

Here are scores from tonight’s high school football games in the North Escambia area:

FLORIDA

  • Holmes County 42, Northview 13
  • Tate 28, Milton 6
  • Escambia Academy 49, Jay 23
  • Crestview 38, West Florida 20
  • Navarre 27, Pine Forest 14
  • Catholic 28, Pensacola 14
  • Choctaw 49, Pace 21
  • Gulf Breeze 38, Washington 19

ALABAMA

  • Andalusia 45, Escambia County 0
  • Escambia Academy 49, Jay 23
  • Flomaton 20, Cottage Hill Christian 7
  • W.S. Neal 67, Calhoun 0
  • Mobile Christian 35, T.R. Miller 21

NorthEscambia.com photo.

Ernest Ward Powers Past Perdido (With Photo Gallery)

September 22, 2017

The Ernest Ward Middle School Eagles powered past the Perdido (AL) Raiders 36-6  Thursday night in Walnut Hill.

The two teams will face off again next week, as Perdido hosts the Eagles at the Poarch (AL) Athletic Complex at 6 p.m.

For a photo gallery, click here.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Northview Volleyball Loses To Central In Three, Tate Beats Fort Walton

September 20, 2017

The Central Jaguars defeated the Northview Chiefs Tuesday night in Bratt 3-1.

The Chiefs dropped the first set by a score of 18-25 before losing the second set 19-25. Northview turned the tables on Central, bouncing back to win the third  set 25-18. The Chiefs could not find success in the fourth and final set, falling 15-25.

Teriana Redmond led the Chiefs with seven blocks and 13 digs, while Natasha Walker recorded six serving aces.

The Northview Chiefs will travel to Jay  on Thursday.

For a photo gallery, click here.

Tate 3, Fort Walton 0

The Tate High School Lady Aggies defeated the Fort Walton Beach Lady Vikings Tuesday 3-0. The Aggies won straight sets at home in Cantonment 25-17, 25-21, 25-23. The Lady Aggies will be at Pensacola High School on September 26

Tate 2, Fort Walton 0 (JV)

In junior varsity action, the Tate Lady Aggies beat Fort Walton’s Lady Vikings 2-0. The Aggies won the first set 25-13 before beating Fort Walton 25-15 in the second set.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

Cross Country Results: Northview, Flomaton, Ernest Ward (With Gallery)

September 19, 2017

Results from a cross country meet held Monday afternoon at Northview High School are below.

For a photo gallery of most finishers, click here.

Boys Team Placement

  1. Northview High School
  2. Flomaton High School
  3. Ernest Ward

Girls Team Placement

  1. Northview & Ernest Ward (tied)

Flomaton did not field girls team.

Boys Individual

  1. Kevin Meeks/Flomaton — 21:28
  2. Tanner Levins/Northview — 21:46
  3. Oscar Rodriguez/Northview — 22:13
  4. Logan Doremus/Northview — 24:22
  5. Will Rollin/Flomaton — 25:51

Girls Individual

  1. Kara Santorelli/Ernest Ward — 24:45
  2. Cheyanne Johnson/Northview — 27:29
  3. Julianna Money/Ernest Ward — 27:43
  4. Addison Albritton/Northview — 33:51
  5. Aurora McCann/Northview — 34:24

Northview — Top 5 Boys

  • Tanner Levins 21:46
  • Oscar Rodriguez 22:13
  • Logan Doremus 24:22
  • Samm Bradley 26:44
  • John Chivington 27:21

Northview — Top 5 Girls

  • Cheyanne Johnson 27:29
  • Addison Albritton 33:51
  • Aurora McCann 34:24
  • Allie Carter 39:05
  • Rebekah Amerson 39:06

Flomaton — Top 5 Boys

  1. Kevin Meeks 21:48
  2. Will Rollin 25:51
  3. Wyatt Kent 29:00
  4. Dustin Martin 29:05
  5. Jacob Strehl 33:50

Ernest Ward — Top 5 Boys

  1. Kole Stewart 25:59
  2. James McElhaney 30:55
  3. Anthony Weaver 31:05
  4. Bryson Sanders 31:26
  5. Jacob Daw 31:24

Ernest Ward — Top 5 Girls

  1. Kara Santorelli 24:45
  2. Julianna Money 27:43
  3. Emily Levins 36:46
  4. Ava Gurganus 36:51
  5. Adrianne Shanks 43:44

Pictured top: Top boy finisher Kevin Meeks from Flomaton High School and top girl finisher Kara Santorelli from Ernest Ward Middle School. NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.


Bonus Gallery: Tate Cheerleaders, Band, JROTC

September 19, 2017

For a bonus gallery with the Tate band, cheerleaders, JROTC and spirit line from last Friday night, click here.


For football game action photos and story, click here.

NorthEscambia.com photos by Jennifer Repine, click to enlarge.

Bonus Gallery: Northview Cheerleaders, Band, NJROTC

September 18, 2017

For a bonus gallery with the Northview band, cheerleaders, NJROTC and spirit line, click here.


For football game action photos and story, click here.

NorthEscambia.com photos, click to enlarge.

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