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Today's Sports

  • RFM softball team wins first...

    The second season of softball began last week and while both East and West Gadsden high school teams exited early, Robert F. Munroe pulled off a stunning upset over Aucilla Christian to take home the Class A District 2 title.

    East Gadsden lost to Taylor County 17-7 and West Gadsden was dropped by Wewahitchka 20-1.

  • Winners take home prizes,...

    The Rusty Leverette Memorial Tournament was held at Lake Talquin recently, with Dave Mitchell and Ken O’Neal taking first place. Hunter Moore was the Big Crappie winner. Moore also took second place with his partner, Jamie Moore. Coming in at third was Danny Cannon and Becky Evans, while Scott and Mary Ellyn Williams claimed fourth place.

  • Quincy Heat takes top spot in...

    The Quincy Heat Girls 13 and under basketball team participated in the Tallahassee Comets Shootout at Florida A&M University April 9-11.

    Each game was intense. Running plays, teamwork, and attacking on offense and defense led the girls to the top.

    The first game, Quincy Heat vs. Dream, came down to a buzzer-beater. Shareika Gaymon scored the game-winning basket with 2 seconds left.  The Heat won 31-29.

    The Heat also played the Tallahassee Comets, the hosting team.  The girls played extremely well.  The final score was 48-13.

  • Chattahoochee Red Birds off to...

    The Washington County Bruins remain the only unbeaten team in the Big Bend Baseball League of Florida, with a 4-0 record in the Western Division.

    The Liberty County Diamond Dawgs in the Eastern Division lost their first game of the season to the Gulf County Drive by a score of 13-10.

    The Diamond Dawgs still remain in first place in the Eastern Division followed closely in second place by the Calhoun Horsemen, with a 3-1 record, after taking a double-header from the Chattahoochee Red Birds, 5-3 and 3-1, bringing the Red Birds season record to 0-5.

  • RFM girls softball takes one,...

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  • RFM tennis team suprises

    The Robert F. Munroe tennis team lost three starters to graduation last season and were not expecting a strong 2010 showing.

    But the return of Hilary Flournoy, a ninth grader who plays the tennis circuit, was huge.  Flournoy stepped into the No. 1 slot previously held for 5 years by Meg Summerford.  Flournoy’s return combined with an already strong Beth Summerford, the improvement of senior Abby Lewis, and the hard work of underclassmen Cameron McMullen, Rachel Wilkerson and Audrey Thomas, propelled the team into the Class A District finals Wednesday.

  • Heat to participate in Comet...

    The Quincy Heat (13 & under girls AAU basketball team) played March 26-28 in their first AAU tournament in Jacksonville. Young and scrappy are the words to describe this competitive team. Out of 14, the team placed second in their pool and finished in the top six in tournament play. Playing a total of five games, they won three games convincingly. The remaining two games were hard fought. The two teams they lost to placed first and second in the entire tournament.

  • Tennis team looks to district...

    The Robert F. Munroe tennis team has one more week of regular season tennis to play before entering district competition at Maclay on April 13-14.  The Class A teams that make up District 2 are Florida High, John Paul II, Maclay (Tallahassee) Madison County, Munroe, North Florida Christian and Taylor County.

    The Munroe team stands at 5-4 on the season. This week they will play at Community Christian before hosting John Paul II and North Florida Christian. 

  • RFM girls softball falls to...

    The Robert F. Munroe Day School softball team hosted Aucilla Christian School in the only game played over the spring break holiday by a county softball team.

    Aucilla took advantage of untimely Lady Cat errors and stretched a 1-0 lead after one inning to a 7-1 lead after three innings.  The Munroe team rallied for four more runs before bowing out of the Class A District 2 game 11-5.

  • Local athletes strut their stuff...

    Gadsden County’s Special Olympics was held last Wednesday at East Gadsden High School, featuring events such as the assisted walk, walk, wheelchair, assisted wheelchair, assisted running, running, 100-meter wheelchair, running long  jump, standing long jump, tennis ball throw and softball throw.

    The winners were:

    • 10-meter assisted walk: Chamel Williams, first place.

    • 10-meter walk: Luis Becerra took first place with a time of 12.0; Robert Huff also won first place with a time of 17.4.