Quinn Caballero arrived on the campus of Charleston Southern having to prove himself all over again.
Not that it was anything new for the talented wide receiver and former Navarre Raider.
Bailey Huston, Korey Betts and John Mahoney played one final game Wednesday night on humid June evening in Pensacola.
The result wasn’t what they hoped for in the Subway All-Star Game, and yet, the Navarre baseball standouts still relished the opportunity they were given.
It had been more than a month since Rachel Hester last pitched in a game, but if there were any signs of rust, she did a phenomenal job of hiding it in last Wednesday night’s Subway All-Star Softball Game.
Hester struck out two batters in the first inning of action, looking as sharp as ever during her time in the circle. She also came through with a big hit in her first at-bat of the night.
Back pain was getting the best of Abigail Pantlitz. Doubts crept into her mind as well.
She was early into her first collegiate track season at Liberty University and was really close to calling it a day during an indoor meet.
He didn’t come away with the win or the loss on Sunday afternoon.
But what Jake Eder did do was look as impressive as ever in his latest start for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos.
Davion Hardy caught a pass near the sideline early in the opening quarter and made a move for a few extra yards, giving Navarre a first down in its spring game against Milton Friday night at Bennett C. Russell Stadium.
It was one of several big plays the rising senior tight end made against the Panthers on a night where he was hyped up about facing an actual opponent on the field after three weeks of practice.
Michael Carter signed his rookie contract with the New York Jets on Friday.
The former Navarre Raider was taken in the fourth round by the Jets last month. He was the 107th pick overall.
Michael Sandle and the University of South Alabama Jaguars are the champions of the Sun Belt Conference in baseball.
The Jags beat Georgia Southern 10-4 to win the title and advance to the NCAA tournament.
Jebari Mitchell was one of those athletes that did a little bit of everything for the Navarre Raiders.
As a senior, especially, he put his versatility on display throughout the season, paving the way for an opportunity to play college football.
Mekhi Domino broke his collarbone in the first game of his junior season at Navarre.
It left his future as a football player in doubt, especially his chances of playing the sport he loves in college.
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