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Today's Sports

  • Lions stump Jaguars early

    By TERRANCE CHISOLM
    Special to The Times
    Gadsden County High School’s football team traveled to Tallahassee to take on the Lions of Leon High on Friday night and dropped its second consecutive game of the season, 30-21.
    Before the Jags could establish any type of rhythm, they found themselves trailing 14-0.
    Within the first six minutes of the game, the Lions scored on 86-yard opening kickoff return touchdown by O.J. Joseph, and an interception return for a touchdown by Jalani Austin.

  • Joe Ferolito column: Record even...

    By JOE FEROLITO

    Special to The Times

  • Bobcats drop road contest to...

    By DON MORRIS
    Special to The Times
    The Robert F. Munroe Bobcats lost to the Southeast Georgia Academy Warriors 50-20 on Friday night in Damascus, Georgia.
    The Bobcats (0-2 overall) were led offensively by quarterback Xavier Gray, who completed 9 of 18 passes for 143 yards and one touchdown and rushed for 43 yards and one touchdown on seven carries.
    Anquine Jordan rushed for 102 yards and one touchdown on nine carries.
    Keiyon Robinson had 52 yards on five receptions and 18 yards on four carries. Hugo Baroody rushed for 11 yards on six carries.

  • OFF TO A SLOW START

    By DON MORRIS
    Special to The Times
    Robert F. Munroe’s football team opened its season with a 48-14 loss to Wewahitchka High School in a nonconference contest Friday at Corry Field in Quincy.
    The Bobcats struck first on a 73-yard scamper by quarterback Xavier Gray for their first touchdown of the 2019 season. The two-point conversion gave Munroe an early 8-0 lead. The visiting Gators scored twice in the first half and took a 16-8 lead to the halftime locker room.

  • Gators open season with sloppy...

    By JOE FEROLITO
    Special to The Times
    It’s a strong possibility Florida State football fans enjoyed Saturday night’s comedy of errors game between Florida and Miami more than anyone.
    The Gators finally won the game 24-20, or rather, Miami finally lost the thing, 24-20.
    Neither team showed enough consistency to actually write home about.

  • Joe Ferolito column: Editor...

    By JOE FEROLITO

    Special to The Times

  • Third quarter dooms Jaguars

    By TERRANCE CHISOLM
    Special to The Times
    Before Gadsden County High School’s football team got their season rolling, the team experienced a two-week delay, but on Friday, the hungry Jaguar squad ran onto their field to host Chiles High School.
    They finished with a 37-20 loss.
    Despite a dominant first quarter, Gadsden County allowed 30 points in the second half en route to a season-opening loss.

  • Young Jaguars enter 2019 season...

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    Spend any amount of time with Gadsden County High School football coach Corey Fuller, and he’ll share his vision for the program and how it can benefit the school and the community.
    He’s less chatty about his football team’s prospects for the 2019 season.
    “Don’t know,” Fuller said. “Don’t know.”

  • Young, but experienced

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    One glance at the Robert F. Munroe Day School football team’s roster, and it’s obvious the Bobcats are young.
    After all, there are only four seniors.
    But looks can be deceiving, first-year head coach Alex Lehky knows, because the Bobcats only graduated four seniors off of last year’s team.

  • New Robert F. Munroe football...

    By SCOTT J. BRYAN
    The Gadsden County Times
    When Alex Lehky was an assistant football coach in St. Petersburg and Hamilton County, he promised a friend and coaching buddy he’d join his staff if he ever was hired to run his own program.
    That coach? Joseph Gaddy, who led Robert F. Munroe Day School to a 4-6 record in his first and only season with the Bobcats.
    That promise, however, resulted in Lehky landing his first job as a head coach.