There’s a passion quarterback Cameron Dukes has for the often unforgiving game of football that keeps him pushing ahead to pursue his pro dream.
Sure, the Navarre resident has been knocked down, but he’s always gotten back up, and he understands that you just have to keep betting on yourself.
Isaac Cole almost didn’t lift at Wednesday’s District 1-3A meet. He hurt his back at a meet a week earlier and that put his postseason hopes in jeopardy.
“I thought it was going to stop me,” Cole said.
Chase Guillot is going to college to play golf.
It’s a dream come true for the Lighthouse Private Christian Academy star, who noted how fortunate he is to be in this position. He signed with William Carey, an NAIA school in Mississippi.
With a runner on second and two outs, Kayden Riddle kept her poise. Her team, after all, still had a 5-3 lead in the seventh inning on the road against West Florida Tech Friday night.
So Riddle settled in and did her job while having the confidence the defense behind her would do its job as well to seal the deal on a big win for the Navarre Raider softball team.
Lighthouse Private Christian Academy is in a tough spot at the moment after Malcom Yonge Gym was closed by the city of Pensacola last Tuesday out of concerns surrounding potential unsafe building conditions.
Lighthouse, which uses the gym for its athletic events as well as physical education classes, didn’t learn it the city was closing it until shortly before action was taken at 5 p.m. that day.
Quentin Randolph shined brighter than the Las Vegas Strip Saturday night, turning in a memorable performance in his debut for the Vegas Knight Hawks.
The Navarre and UWF alum scored three touchdowns for the Knight Hawks as his second year in the IFL got off to an impressive start.
Back from spring break, Navarre’s flag football team didn’t miss a beat, rolling over rival Gulf Breeze for its latest victory.
The Raiders dominated the Dolphins 22-12 on the road behind three touchdown passes from Bella Kendall and a relentless defensive effort spear-headed by Courtney Danforth and Natalie Busch.
Tennis wasn’t something Jenna Cavanaugh played prior to going into high school.
Oh, there were the couple of random times she played it for fun as a fourth grader at a local rec center, but her focus had always been directed at the pool.