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.
Levi Hawley has been in challenging situations before, but never in a setting he isn’t accustomed to.
Hawley and his Navarre teammates were playing baseball at Blue Wahoos Stadium, and the senior hurler admits that as cool as it was to play in one of the nation’s best minor league parks, there was added pressure.
Talin Griffin is pole vaulting again.
More than a year after he last competed in the event, the Navarre senior was back at it Friday at the Andrews Invitational in Gulf Breeze.
Millions of fans from around the nation are soaking in the excitement of the madness of March.
And you can’t blame them. The NCAA tournament is three weeks of win-or-go home basketball, with joy and heartbreak and everything in between all rolled into one.
Tim Brewer isn’t sure if he’ll get a chance to play basketball beyond high school, but if the Subway All-Star Game Thursday was his final hurrah, he went out giving his best effort.
“This could be the last time playing for all I know. I’m going to take advantage of every opportunity, live life to the fullest every time I get on the court,” Brewer said.
Four quarters and four overtime periods were intense from start to finish, with neither Navarre nor Chiles giving much to the other in the way of opportunities to score.
The Raiders, in fact, held a lead over the state-ranked Timberwolves most of the way in a crucial District 1-2A flag football showdown on a warm and cloudy afternoon at Bennett C. Russell Stadium.
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