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Brahms, Auburn get set for Top 25 battle with Penn State

Nick Brahms and the Auburn Tigers are playing in prime time Saturday night when they head to Happy Valley to take on Penn State.

With a white out planned at Beaver Stadium and a capacity crowd of more than 106,000 expected for it, the atmosphere will be loud and electric but that doesn’t bother Brahms, a Navarre alum and starter on the Auburn offensive line.

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Ottley leads way in match against Dolphins

Drew Ottley shot under 40 for the first time this season to pace Navarre’s golf team in a match against Gulf Breeze last Tuesday afternoon at the Club at Hidden Creek.

Ottley shot a 39 and was just three strokes off medalist honors as Gulf Breeze’s Luke Jacobi came through with a 36.

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Raider girls golf team optimistic after opening match

One week after its opening match of the season rained out, Navarre’s girls golf team finally played, facing off against Pace and Gulf Breeze in a tri-match at Tiger Point Thursday.

On a warm and sunny afternoon, the Raiders produced a 202 as a team, led by the effort of Hailey Netro, who came through with a 48. Madison Fields, a move-in from Indiana, also shot under 50 as she checked in with a 49.

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Perfect 10! Navarre volleyball team sets mark for longest win streak

With game point hanging in the balance for Navarre in a tightly contested in-region battle with Tate on the road, Hailey Snider calmly sent her serve over the net.

Moments later, the ball came zipping past her as Tate’s return sailed out of bounds. Snider threw up her arm to signal it was out, stomped her foot and joined her teammates in a celebration on the court that featured wide smiles and joyful screams.

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Late momentum shift leaves Navarre with its first loss of season

Momentum swung in favor of Navarre midway through the fourth quarter of Friday night's showdown with Milton on the road, the sideline coming to life after touchdown by Kyle Chambers gave the Raiders their first lead.

That momentum soon shifted back to the Panthers. They wrestled it away from the Raiders on a clutch touchdown catch by four-star recruit Raymond Cottrell with under two minutes to go.

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