Shemar James made a decision to change schools and states just weeks before the high school football season kicks off.
He’ll spend his senior season in Florida with the Navarre Raiders, transferring from Mobile Faith Academy in Alabama, and the University of Florida commit talked about that move and more in an interview at the high school Wednesday afternoon.
It is an interesting sports fact that the University of West Florida has won a national championship but never a Gulf South Conference title.
That could change this season as the Argonauts are favored to win the conference crown.
Sebastian Melendez hasn’t played running back for quite some time. He’s spent most of his high school career with the Navarre Raiders as a linebacker.
But he’ll be shifting gears a bit this fall. While Melendez will still be a presence on the defensive side of the ball, he’ll also have the ball in his hands on offense as he splits time at running back.
Nick Brahms can tell you from experience that playing football in the SEC is no walk in the park.
After three seasons of seeing significant time on the field for the Auburn Tigers, most of it as a starter on the offensive line, the former Navarre Raider is ready for anything the toughest league in America throws his way.
As much as this summer has been about improvement and preparing for the season ahead, it’s also provided an opportunity for the Navarre volleyball players to form a strong bond.
Senior Reese Carroll believes she and her teammates have done just that.
Follow the Twitter feed of Christian Caballero and it doesn’t take long to figure out the rising Navarre junior is leaving a lasting impression on college coaches left and right.
Georgia Southern, Wake Forest and East Carolina are among the stops Caballero has made this summer for camps.
Jaya McDonald is going to have quite a birthday.
She turns 11 on Thursday and that’s the day she’ll begin play in the U.S. Kids World Golf Championships at Pinehurst in North Carolina.
Tyler Rebber hit his stride early into the 2020 baseball season at Bishop State, batting over .400 through the first seven games. He was well on his way to achieving his next goal, that being the opportunity to continue his career at a four-year school.
Then the COVID-19 pandemic happened. It left the former Navarre Raider’s future clouded in uncertainty.
The sound of medals clanking dominates on a summer night inside Bennett C. Russell Stadium.
Worn around the necks of young athletes that have worked hard for success, those medals are visible reminders of the rapid rise Navarre Xpress has experienced on the AAU track scene.
Emily Madril was back in Navarre this summer helping to set up the next generation of soccer stars for success.
The former Raider standout who established herself as one of the best soccer players in Florida spent a few weeks working with primarily incoming eighth graders and freshmen at the NYSA Soccer Complex.
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