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Today's Sports

  • Local sports always worth...

    REGINALD CUNNINGHAM
    Times Sports Correspondent
    Friday night lights featured a clash of the East Gadsden High Jaguars and the Jefferson High Tigers.
    The first play from scrimmage Jarrell Reynolds exploded on a 57-yard touchdown run. The Tigers controlled the ball for 9 minutes of a 12-minute quarter to create an excellent test for the defensive coordinator of the Jaguars. By halftime, the Jaguars’ Pedro Popoca had nailed a 37-yard field goal and the special team capitalized on a miscue by the Tigers’ punt return player, giving the Jaguars an easy recovery in the end zone.

  • Bobcats swamp Gators 30-8

    The Gators of Wewahitchka, led by halfback Jalyn Addison’s 171 rushing yards and three touchdowns, roared to a 30-8 victory over the visiting Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe this past Friday evening.
    Jordan Curry and Myles Edwards, with 13 and 10 tackles, respectively, anchored the Bobcat defense as they held the Gator offense in check for the first half after allowing a score on the opening drive. The Bobcat offense moved the ball effectively on the ground in the first half, but turned the ball over to thwart their scoring opportunities.

  • Jaguars get big win

    TERRANCE CHISOLM
    Times Sports
    Correspondent
    Before the ball was kicked to start the highly anticipated game between the East Gadsden Jaguars and the Rickards Raiders, the stands were already filled with eager fans of both teams.

  • Panthers fall hard to baby...

    REGINALD
    CUNNINGHAM
    Times Sports
    Correspondent
    The start of the game proved to be downhill for the West Gadsden Panthers as an 82-ard return was negated by a holding penalty.
    The Panthers would go on to lose 40-3 in their third game, falling to 0-3.
    The Panthers finished the game with 185 yards of total offense with Israel Grande’s final play of the game, hitting a 27-yard field goal to remove the game-ending goose egg.
    Eighth-grader Pedro Bostick racked up a total of 13 solo with six assisted tackles, and Teron Fitzgerald added 10 solo with eight assisted
    tackles.

  • Growing pains for Gadsden teams

    After defeat last week at Panama City Mosley, the West Gadsden Panthers will prowl into Tallahassee Friday to take on FAMU High.
    Antonio Bradwell, West Gadsden’s head football coach said it will be up to his young team to master the fundamentals of the game.
    “They’ve just got to grow up in a hurry,” he said. “We’ve got to take our lumps until we get it together.”
    Jamiriquan Robinson, No. 4, did manage four carries for 5 yards. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.
    East Gadsden High School will face Rickards High at 7 p.m. Friday.
    Bobcats bow to Baconton

  • Jaguars dominate Bearcats, 33-14

    It was all about leadership, poise and experience.

    Last Friday night, the East Gadsden Jaguars made a rare visit to

    stateline neighbor Bainbridge, Ga., to start the 2012 football season.

    And it didn’t hurt that several hundred Gadsden County football fans

    made the trip as well.

    No one was disappointed, at least on the Gadsden side of the stadium,

    as the Jaguars came out ready to play.

    But the Bearcats were also ready and put up a quick 7 points. The

  • Quincy's lacrosse team...

     

    For the first time and definitely not the last, the Quincy Wildcats youth lacrosse team traveled to Charlotte, N.C. to participate in a weekend of lacrosse games and clinics.

    This jamboree hosted by the 1sTouch Charlotte Condor’s director, Greg Carter, gave the Wildcats a trip that was both exciting and fulfilling. Led by the Quincy Wildcats president, Curtis Fields, assistant coach Jones, and several parents, the lacrosse players had a time of their lives.

  • Munroe has a new football coach

    Robert F. Munroe has hired a new football coach.  Coach Danny Hood was hired by the school this week to replace Joey Striplin, who led the Bobcats for three seasons.  Coach Striplin will be the new Offensive Coordinator at East Gadsden High School.

  • Panthers: Roaring into next...

    TERRANCE CHISOLM\

    Times Correspondent

    The West Gadsden Panther's football team has begun preparations for it's 2012 season by kicking off it's annual spring training program. Upon watching the team it was clear that the players are very upbeat and focused on improving. When asked if any games on next seasons schedule stick out, Coach Antonio Bradwell responded by saying that "the district games are all important." The team's overall goal for next year is to win a state championship.

  • East and West high school...

    East Gadsden High School will open its 2012 football season at home against Wakulla High School.

    The Jaguars schedule for coming season:
     *Aug. 24,   at home against Wakulla High School
     *Aug. 31,   at Niceville High School
      *Sept,  7,   at Crescent City Junior-Senior High School
      *Sept.  14,  at home against Rickards High School
      *Sept.  21,  at home against Jefferson County High School