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Today's Sports

  • Lady Cats take wins against WG,...

    A talented Liberty County volleyball team won their 16th game of the season against district opponent West Gadsden last week.

    In other action, the Munroe Lady Cats won three matches last week with wins over West Gadsden, Altha (district) and Community Christian to run their record to 13-3 on the season. The team lost only one game the entire week when they dropped a 20-25 contest to Altha.

    Courtney Mayo had seven aces and six kills to put a fine game together for the Lady Cats as they hosted West Gadsden. 

  • RFM golf team closes season at...

    The Robert F. Munroe Day School golf team finishes up its regular season this week with two matches at The Golf Club of Quincy. 

    The team, coached by Kevin Smith, is currently 14-9 on the season and has lost only two district matches. Both were against Big Bend golf powers Wakulla and Maclay. Other losses were to much larger non-district schools Leon and Chiles. The team split with Lincoln.

    The team performed especially well in Tallahassee last week at the City Championships, finishing fourth out of 17 teams with a team score of 162 on nine holes.

  • East Gadsden falls to Taylor...

    Despite taking an early lead, the East Gadsden High School Jaguars took a hit from Taylor County, as the final score read 16-7.

    The loss places the Jags’ record at 1-5 on the season. The team hosts FAMU High this Friday night.

    West Gadsden’s Panthers fell to Blountstown 26-12.

    The Panthers, now 0-5 on the season, will play at Port St. Joe this Friday night.

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  • ‘Rare night&rsquo...

    The lights at Destin Middle School’s football field were bright, indeed, last Friday night as the visiting Robert F. Munroe Day School Bobcats ran and passed their way to a 52-0 victory over the Knights of Rocky Bayou Christian.  The stadium lighting was, no doubt, intensified by the simultaneous glow of the Bobcat light bulbs that all seemed to click on after a rough start to the season.

  • Lady Cats take win over FAMU in...

    On Monday night Robert F. Munroe Day School’s Lady Cats defeated North Florida Christian, on Tuesday they lost to Maranatha while raising money for breast cancer awareness, and on Thursday the Munroe team defeated FAMU in a key district match.

  • East Gadsden takes loss on the...

    East Gadsden High School’s Jaguars gave the Chiles Timberwolves a run for their money in a homecoming matchup on the road. In the end, Chiles came out on top, 37-20.

    During the first half of play, the Jags showed promise, and the score was tied up at 20-20 at the buzzer.

    But in the second half, Chiles scored on three straight drives. The Timberwolves moved the ball 80 yards in 10 plays, and added points to the board, making the  score 3-20.

  • Panthers shut out at Corry Field

    West Gadsden High’s Panthers hung in there but took a heavy loss Friday night against Rickards as the visiting team dominated play and took home a win at Corry Field.

    Rickards (3-1) scored on four straight possessions in the first half, and went on to win the game in a shutout, 54-0.

    The loss puts the Panthers’ season record at 0-4. WGHS hosts the Blountstown Tigers (4-0) this week.

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  • Bobcats fail to hold on to lead...

    Another humid night at Corry Field found the home-standing Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe falling to the visiting Fighting Flashes of St. Joseph Academy, 55-14.  

    The Bobcats drew first blood as quarterback Dustin Watson connected with Dustin Blake for an 80-yard touchdown pass early in the first quarter.  St. Joseph came right back and scored twice to take a 14-7 lead.  

  • Jags take a hit against &...

    The game started out promising for the East Gadsden High School Jaguars, but Florida High’s Seminoles rallied and came back to take the game 22-13.

    In the first half, the Jags’ freshman quarterback  Treveze Robinson threw two first-half touchdowns and made several long pass plays that enabled him to end the half with 153 passing yards.

    Florida High struggled during the first half, but rallied in the third quarter, recovering a miscued punt by EGHS. The Seminoles drove the ball into the end zone two plays later.

  • Panthers shut out at Chiles

    West Gadsden High School’s Panthers were shut out on the road at Chiles last Friday night.

    The Timberwolves came out on top 23-0 at the final buzzer, and held the Panthers to just 34 rushing yards on 31 carries.

    The first quarter saw double goose eggs on the scoreboard, but with 8 minutes left in the second quarter, Chiles’ Marcus Clark went 46 yards down the sideline for a TD. The Timberwolves added two more points with a safety.

    Chiles went on to add on a 12-yard TD late in the third quarter, and a 7-yarder in the fourth after a Chiles interception.