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High School Sports

  • Bobcats win one, drop two

    Despite losing their first two games of the season, the Munroe Bobcats had to feel like their spring break trip to Jacksonville to play in the P’Town Classic was still very successful. The high-school tournament, hosted by Providence High School, featured several baseball powers including perennial Tennessee state champs Goodpasture Christian, hometown schools Bolles and host Providence, South Fort Myers, and Tallahassee schools Leon and Florida High. 

  • Munroe downs Franklin County, Westwood

    Taking advantage of steady pitching and strong hitting, the Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe Day School dispatched Franklin County on March 10 at home and Westwood (Camilla, Ga.) on the road March 13 in a pair of games shortened by the run rule. In doing so, Munroe kept its record perfect at 11-0. 

    “We’re happy to be where we are, but we’re still humble,” said Head Coach Jayme Williams. “We know we’ve got a lot to work on, our defense for one, if we want to get better.” 

  • EGHS bests RFM in girls softball

     

    EAST GADSDEN 7

    MUNROE 5

    East Gadsden girls got their first softball field over the Bobcats in many seasons with a March 11, 7-5 home win. 

  • Munroe blanks Aucilla, bests Brookwood

    One was an important match-up with a district foe and heated rival. 

    The other was simply a chance to play another good team with nothing really on the line but a chance to better the record. 

    The outcomes would have made you think just the opposite were true as the Munroe Bobcats buried district foe Aucilla 9-0, out-hitting the visiting Warriors 13-3 in doing so. 

  • Soggy week for girls sports

    The rain washed away many of the scheduled recent outdoors contests for softball and tennis in the county but a few games managed to squeeze in around the raindrops. 

    This week is the last week before Gadsden County schools close for spring break week March 17 to 21. 

    AUCILLA 9

    MUNROE 2

  • Building team spirit
  • Softball, tennis continue for girls

    Since Florida made the transition to fast-pitch softball in 1994, it’s been a case of feast or famine for most teams. Teams are either good or bad, depending mostly on their development of a pitcher. The Munroe Lady Cats softball team ran up on two struggling programs last week — FAMU and East Gadsden — on their way to a 2-1 week this past week. 

    FRANKLIN 

    COUNTY 8

    MUNROE 1

  • Bobcats win three more, prep for Aucilla

    The Robert F. Munroe Bobcats enjoyed something they were unable to accomplish last season: a 3-0 week. 

    In doing so, the team defeated the Florida State University School (Florida High) and Wakulla on consecutive nights before besting FAMU in their first district game. 

  • Persistent Bobcats break losing streak

    The long dry spell has ended. 

    After going winless all of last season and the beginning of this one, the Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe secured their first two victories with home wins over Poplar Springs on Tuesday, Jan. 14, and Brookwood on Thursday, Jan. 24. 

  • Play ball! Opening day for Munroe baseball set

    The Robert F. Munroe Bobcat Baseball teams will begin their 2014 season with an opening day ceremony Saturday, Feb. 2, at Bradford May Field. The activities will start at 2 p.m. and include team skills competitions, a Red and Gray inter-squad game, fan participation events and an alumni game. The RFM Baseball Boosters will also serve catfish dinners from 4 to 6 p.m. All proceeds will support the needs of Bobcat Baseball. One upcoming project will be the construction of a new covered batting and practice facility scheduled to be built in early February.