Call it Lucky No. 13 for Navarre’s girls basketball team.
And while it took overtime to get the job done, the Raiders have matched their win total from last season, earning a hard-fought 56-53 win over Crestview at home Thursday night.
Wake up at 4 a.m. and head off to work at Walmart. Get off work early in the afternoon and start training for football.
That’s been the schedule Omari Green has committed to over the past year in an effort to get back on the field at the college level.
Zora Zekovic is already off to play college basketball.
The Lighthouse Private Christian Academy star played in just five games with the Stingrays this season before heading off to Connors State College in Oklahoma to continue her career.
In the MaxPreps rankings released Tuesday, Navarre’s boys basketball team has moved into the top eight.
The girls basketball team and girls soccer teams are also ranked among the top eight in Region 1-6A while the boys soccer team is still on the outside looking in.
Jelina Bly was one of 10 Raiders to win her respective weight class in a dual meet against Gulf Breeze last Wednesday afternoon.
Bly placed first in the 101-pound division with a combined lift of 325, helping the Raiders dominate the Dolphins by sweeping all 10 weight classes.
Sometimes Abby Fogg will go back and watch games from her first girls basketball season at Navarre.
Most of the clips aren’t must-watch TV. The Raiders won only seven games that season. Some of their losses were brutal. They lost one game by 70 and another by 53.
Senior night is ahead for Navarre’s boys soccer team. The Raiders will celebrate it tonight (Thursday) in a 7 p.m. game against Mosley at the NYSA Soccer Complex.
There was a time last year when the Raiders weren’t even sure they’d get a season. That makes having this opportunity a little more meaningful.
It was a battle from start to finish but Navarre’s boys basketball team found a way to take out Tate for the second time this season.
The Raiders grinded out a 61-54 victory, notching their fifth win of the season, and they did it behind three players scoring in double digits, including 21 from Malik George.
Hunter Wallace stood just yards away from the goal, her breath visible in the frosty January air, as she plotted out her next move.
A penalty kick opportunity awaited the junior standout and she was determined to cash in on it.
Opting out has become a hot topic in a crazy college football season that has been played amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
So hot, in fact, that it has fueled comments on social media that cannot be printed in a newspaper.
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