Friday Night Overtime

Port St. Joe set to hit the road Friday for 1A State Semifinal


Port St. Joe among area teams still playing football this holiday week


H.S. Football Region Semifinal Scores/Highlights


Blountstown coach feels the pride as his team gets ready for Region Semi


H.S. Football First Round Playoff Scores/Highlights


Mosley football coach reacts to state playoff snub in "points system"


High School Football Week 11 Scores/Highlights


Blountstown quarterback leading on and off field


Rutherford football team set to get back on the field Friday amidst serious damage


Week 10 High School Football Scores/Highlights


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High School Football Week 7 Scores/Highlights


Mosley prepares for showdown with Arnold


Arnold quarterback mending as Marlins prepare for Mosley


North Bay Haven suspends head football coach after Sunday practice


High School Football Week 5 Scores/Highlights


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