Seven Navarre Raiders have landed a spot on the FloridaHSFootball.com 7A All-State team that was released Friday morning by the site’s publisher, Josh Wilson.
The group includes third-team picks Elijah Melendez, Devin Wright and Grady Kelly.
Teddi Atteberry coached her final girls lacrosse game Thursday.
She is moving to another state but has enjoyed coaching the Raiders over the last two years, leading Navarre to three wins this season after a winless inaugural campaign that was cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos will take the field with fans in the stands during the 2021 Southern League season.
Major League Baseball approved the decision this week and various health and safety protocols will be in place.
When the season began, Navarre boys weightlifting coach Garrett Bagley noted that his team had a long way to go.
Over the last two months, the Raiders have made significant strides and enter Friday’s sub-regional at Oak Leaf with a shot to bring home another trophy.
Soccer had always been the main sport for Zoey Dezaldivar. When Navarre started up its girls lacrosse program last season, Dezaldivar made a switch.
There have been difficult moments for sure, growing pains that come with being new to the sport, such as Thursday’s 12-1 loss to Seacoast Collegiate at Ian Lockwood Field.
Renee Harris-Toliver turned in a strong performance for Navarre’s track team at the Patriot Invitational last Thursday in Pace.
Harris-Toliver won the 200-meter dash with a time of 28.80 and she placed second in the 100, clocking in with a time of 14.07.
As the gym was being cleaned up after Wednesday afternoon’s District 1-3A meet, Jordan Moon looked at the trophy resting on the table and asked his coach if he could get one more picture with it.
It means a little more to Moon and his teammates to be crowned district champions this season, primarily because the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic a year ago left an empty feeling inside each one of Navarre’s weightlifters.
Former Navarre Raiders Bo Hering and Darrell Hixon have earned all-conference honors during the spring football season.
It’s the second consecutive season both athletes have been recognized by the USA South Athletic Conference.
Kelly Hayes was tough on her softball team after last Monday’s 1-0 loss at home to Elmore County in the Florida/Alabama Challenge.
But it’s only because she wants the best out of her team and she knows the potential it has even if it does have just one senior on the roster.
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