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Today's Sports

  • West Gadsden High School track...

    The West Gadsden Panthers boy's and girls track teams placed 3rd overall at the Class 1A District 3 track meet at Maclay School in Tallahassee on April 14.
    Marquis Foreman won 1st place in the high jump. Teron Fitzgerald won 1st place in the 300 hurdles.
    Antwan Chaires won 1st place in the shot put.
    These three, as well as Zachqur Beard (400), Dionte Jackson and Fitzgerald (110 hurdles), Keldrick Peoples (100 and  200), the 4x100, 4x400, and 4x800 relay teams have advanced to the regional meet held Thursday, April 21 at Maclay School.

  • County softball scores

    MUNROE 10

    MALONE 6

     The Munroe softball team won one and lost one last week in diamond action.  The girls defeated Malone in Malone on Friday night for a 1A-2 district win.  
     The final score was 10-6.  The Lady Cats held the Tigers scoreless until they allowed four runs to cross in the bottom of the  sixth and two more in the bottom of the seventh.  Haleigh Corbally picked up her sixth win on the mound.  She struck out seven, walked seven in seven innings of work.

  • East falls to Summit Christian...

    Ben Woodruff

  • East knocks off Blountstown

    aon Thursday, Dec. 2, the East Gadsden High School boys basketball team started the season off right with a commanding victory over the Blountstown Tigers. The Jaguars stingy defense and full court press were enough to frustrate Blountstown into multiple turnovers, allowing East to jump off to a 17-10 first quarter lead, and never look back.

  • Munroe finishes up with Big Ten...

    After four consecutive wins to turn around their season, the Munroe Bobcats ran into a powerful Branford Buccaneer squad in the postseason Big Ten Bowl.

    The result was a 52-12 defeat by Buccaneers on their home field on Thursday Nov. 18, where a faux pirate ship fires a cannon every time the local team scores.

    It looked to be anyone's game until late in the second quarter with the score 24-6 in Branford's favor. Then the Buccaneers recovered a Bobcat fumble on the Branford 7-yard line and everything started going their way.

  • Senior Night was big win for...

    It was senior night for the seven young Robert F. Munroe football players Friday night and it was a night they aren't likely to forget soon. The Bobcats soundly defeated John Paul II Panthers, 56-6, in a runaway game. The win brings the Bobcats season record to 5-3.         

  • Adventure Race runs from the...

    By Amanda Mims Seventy-eight adventure racers set out in the dark Thursday morning on a journey across Florida that would take them from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. The 10th Coast to Coast Adventure Race will have participants traveling 109 miles by bicycle, both on and off road, 50 miles on foot, a few miles tubing in the Rainbow River, and the remainder of the total of 210 miles by canoe or kayak. They also have to rappel and traverse a rock quarry using ropes.

  • East nails Superintendent's...

    Outmanned and out gunned, the West Gadsden Panthers fell to the to the larger East Gadsden High School in the Superintendent's Cup game Sept. 3 at Corry Field.

        Despite the second loss of the season, WGHS coach, Antonio Bradwell said he saw some bright spots.

          "They played hard. East Gadsden jumped out on us," he said when the Jaguars scored two touchdowns in the first quarter as they also held the Panthers to only a few yards on the ground.

          The final score was 26-0.

  • Hispanic-American Basketball...
  • Young tumbler takes AAU gold...

    As a little girl Megan Haire loved to tumble, flip and do head stands. Her parents, Scott and Deloris Haire, thought they'd better channel that energy into something safe and productive. She could still do what she liked but under the supervision of professionals.

    The couple sought out Murkerson's Gymnastics School in Bainbridge, Ga. three years ago and enrolled Megan.

        There, the family met owner Melynda Murkerson, who became Megan's coach. The hours of training have begun paying off.