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Brian Out Loud

February 26, 2024
Take a minute and be impressed with the position both soccer teams at Navarre High are in as we look back at the 2023-24 campaign.

Brian Out Loud

February 19, 2024
Nothing against the American Flag, but Santa Rosa County needs to throw the idea of the largest flag in the state idea as some kind of tourist attraction right out the window and forget that the th…

Brian Out Loud

February 12, 2024
It happens every year. Student athletes and their family and friends fill cafeterias, gymnasiums, media centers, and sometimes even offsite locations, to sign national letters of intent. It happene…

Brian Out Loud

February 5, 2024
In the middle of its celebration last Tuesday night, members of the Navarre Raider girls soccer team paused their enjoyment of the moment to console a heartbroken Pace Patriot team. The Raiders did…

Brian Out Loud

January 29, 2024
When the new high school in the south end of Santa Rosa County opens its doors to students for the first time in 2026, it will be three floors, have 74 classrooms, CTE labs, a gym, a sports field h…

Brian Out Loud

January 23, 2024
#Respectmydecision. That’s the hashtag that has become quite popular on social media when an athlete announces  he or she is decommitting or transferring to another school. Typically, you only see …

Brian Out Loud

January 17, 2024
If you are looking for the strongest girls weightlifting in the state, look no further than right here in Northwest Florida. Those aren’t just words in a column either. It’s fact.

Brian Out Loud

January 9, 2024
I can remember shooting baskets for hours in the humid summer months and even, at times, the brutally cold winter months on the basketball court in the driveway back home. You are talking to someon…

Brian Out Loud

January 2, 2024
Welcome to 2024. The ball dropped on New Year’s Eve in Times Square a few days ago.

Brian Out Loud

December 18, 2023
Dear Santa, the FHSAA could use a clue. I know it’s a big ask. Perhaps a bigger ask than that time when I was 8 and I circled every toy in one of those old department store catalogs hoping for the…
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