Kyle Chambers and Garrison Kurtz head up a wide-open quarterback battle at Navarre that is taking place in spring practice.
Both have embraced the opportunity to compete for the job.
Two years ago, the University of West Florida football team made history by winning an NCAA Division II national championship.
In September, it will make a little more history by playing its first regular-season game at Pen Air Field.
Eddie Gill IV had a lot of time to think during the shutdown last year that stemmed from the COVID-19 pandemic. What came to mind was an idea to take a boating trip to help promote outdoor opportunities for everyone regardless of race or color of skin.
Nearly a year later, the son of former NBA player Eddie Gill III, has seen his idea become a plan that is about to be put into motion.
Bo Hering dislocated his shoulder in a game against Huntingdon in the fall of 2019 but toughed it out the rest of the year.
He had surgery after the season, and while it can be difficult to bounce back from it, Hering wasn’t about to let it slow him down.
Hailey Bastian can look back on her first season of college soccer and call it a memorable one.
Not only did the University of South Alabama produce a winning season, but the former Navarre Raider standout had a chance to play with the Jaguars in the NCAA tournament.
Jake Eder said he was confident in his ability to pitch at the pro level even before the season began.
That confidence has been on display through his first three starts with the Pensacola Blue Wahoos.
Abbey Nebarez wasn’t planning to play college volleyball.
Then came an opportunity she couldn’t pass up as Gulf Coast State expressed interest in the Navarre volleyball standout.
Nearly two weeks of spring football are in the rear-view mirror and Navarre head coach Jay Walls is pleased with the direction the team is headed in.
He said the effort in the spring has been a continuation of what he has saw during offseason workouts.
Michael Sandle strolled up to the plate in the fifth inning Sunday with the same confidence he’s had throughout his college career.
Disregard the pop up in his last at-bat against Coastal Carolina on a sun-splashed May afternoon at the University of South Alabama’s Stanky Field. That wasn’t about to rattle the former Navarre Raider.
Emily Madril saw her dream of a national championship in women’s soccer end Monday night at WakeMed Park in North Carolina.
Madril and the top-ranked Florida State Seminoles were beaten by Santa Clara in a penalty kick shootout in the College Cup final.
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