Navarre has fallen out of the top eight in the latest set of 7A FHSAA regional rankings.
The Raiders’ standing in the rankings took a hit after a 30-7 loss to Mosley last week but they still have a shot to climb back up based on the remainder of their district schedule, which features three top eight teams in the region.
Chase Guillot started playing golf when he was 12. It soon became his favorite sport.
“I used to play baseball,” Guillot said. “My dad became a member of a course and I went there and fell in love with the sport. I realized I was more talented in golf and baseball, so I made the switch.”
Navarre will be the top seed in the District 2-6A tournament based on the latest FHSAA regional rankings released today.
The Raiders are currently the highest ranked team in the state among the District 2-6A teams and also remain one of the top eight teams in Region 1-6A.
Several former Navarre athletes have continued their athletic careers in college across all divisions of the NCAA.
Whether it’s Nick Brahms (Auburn) or Emily Madril (Florida State) competing in NCAA Division I or Austin Epstein (Embry-Riddle) running hard at the NCAA Division II level, former Raiders have found success at the next level.
Ava Parker set her second school record of the season Saturday in the Panama City Invitational.
Navarre’s junior swimming standout turned in a stellar performance in the 200 Freestyle to break a 20-year-old record.
Navarre alum Michael Carter took his talents overseas Sunday and made quite an impression.
Playing with the New York Jets in an NFL game in London, the rookie scored a touchdown for the second consecutive week and also continued his streak of leading the Jets in rushing.
Austin Reed threw four touchdown passes for the fourth time this season. Shomari Mason scored twice and went over 100 yards for the first time all year.
And the University of West Florida defense? It was on point, especially in the second half when it didn’t allow North Greenville to score.
The road to a Gulf South Conference continues today for the University of West Florida football team.
Fresh off a thrilling comeback win over Delta State a week ago in their GSC opener, the top-ranked and unbeaten Argos battle North Greenville at 7 p.m. EST at Younts Stadium in Tigerville, South Carolina.
Even with the game nearly over, the time on the clock inching toward the two-minute mark of the fourth quarter, Navarre clung to a sliver of hope on this mild October Homecoming night at Bennett C. Russell Stadium.
Chants of defense filled the Raider sideline, the players on that side of the ball coming up with another big second-half stop on fourth down to keep hope alive of an improbable comeback.
September ended on a high note for Navarre’s football team, with the Raiders winning two consecutive games to close out the month.
With the arrival of October, however, the schedule doesn’t get any easier, starting with Friday night’s Homecoming game against unbeaten Mosley.
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