Sports

Chipola softball wins national championship


Mosley still practicing, still working towards a possible 6A state title


Marianna falls in 5A final, makes most of state runner up season


Chipola battling some adverse weather as it prepares for Nationals


Marianna hits Hardee early and often, set for 5A final


Sneads and Bozeman both fall in 1A State Semi's


Area scores and highlights for Wednesday, May 22nd


Experience sets semifinal tone for Bozeman, Sneads


Sneads plays its way into State softball title game.


Sneads, Bozeman set for trips to Fort Myers and 1A State finals


Lady Bulldogs bound for 5A softball Final Four


Mosley, Walton advance to region finals


Mosley alum JJ Bleday enjoying great junior season at Vanderbilt


Area scores and highlights for Friday, May 17th


Area scores and highlights for Thursday, May 16th


Indians return home, set their sights on Grand Junction!


Chipola captures third straight state title in Lakeland


Area scores and highlights for Wednesday, May 15th


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