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MAYO — Even without his top target, Jaxson Beach and the Lafayette Hornets had no problem throwing past the Cedar Creek Christian Saints on Friday night.

JASPER — Behind the physical combination of quarterback Rashod Brockington and running back Jeremiah Small, Lanier County ran past Hamilton County on Friday night.

LIVE OAK, Fla. — Expected to shed blocks on defense, Nyalen Seymour — like all of the Suwannee playmakers — is required to lay some blocks on offense.


BELL — First. That was the word of the day for the Branford High School boys and girls cross country programs Saturday.

BRANFORD — Branford coach Tim Clark thought the Buccaneers could jump on top of Bell quickly Friday night.


BRANFORD — Hoping to be a guiding voice in the future, Branford senior Junior Cress is filling that role for the Buccaneers now.

MAYO —Lafayette High’s high-powered offense was limited to a field goal by Brookwood in the first quarter before breaking free in the second quarter.

TALLAHASSEE — Concerned with Maclay’s big-play ability, the Branford High football team hoped to start strong Friday night.


ALACHUA — Trailing midway through the fourth quarter Friday night, Suwannee High’s starting quarterback was banged up on the sideline and the Bulldogs’ offense had barely had the ball the entire second half.

GAINESVILLE — Suwannee High’s Bryson Gaylord recorded his first hole-in-one in a meet at Gainesville Country Club last week.

BRANFORD — Branford used a big first half to sail past St. Francis Catholic 34-8 in the season opener Friday night at Buccaneer Stadium.

MAYO — Featuring a fast-paced offense and an array of quick and talented skill players, Lafayette High raced past Hamilton County 49-14 in the season opener Friday night at Dale Walker Field.

After a grueling day at Camp Blanding during last year’s preseason camp, the Branford High seniors and coach Tim Clark sat in the barracks and discussed what they hoped to accomplish in 2018.


BRANFORD — The Branford volleyball team is coming back harder than ever with returning players from last year and previous seasons.

LIVE OAK — The Suwannee High School boys and girls cross country teams are gearing up for the season’s opening meet, The Dueling Summits Invitational, which is in Tallahassee on Aug. 24 at Elinar Klapp-Phipps Park.


JASPER — After scoring the go-ahead touchdown midway through the fourth quarter, Hamilton County couldn’t hold off Interlachen in Friday’s Kickoff Classic at Veterans Stadium.


LIVE OAK, Fla. — Suwannee High scored on its first three possessions and took a 21-0 lead into halftime, and cruised to a 27-0 win against the Yulee Hornets in the Kickoff Classic at Langford Stadium on Friday night.


MAYO, Fla. — For most of Friday’s Kickoff Classic at Dale Walker Field, Lafayette’s up-tempo offense was going nowhere fast.

JASPER — At first glance, the Hamilton County High volleyball team appears headed for a rebuilding year, having lost five seniors from last season.

BELL, Fla. — The Branford Buccaneers football team traveled to Bell High School on Saturday to play in a four-team officials scrimmage that included a win against Williston on the last play of their second scrimmage.

LIVE OAK, Fla. — The first week with the Suwannee High football team in full pads ended with a robust three-hour football camp Friday for about 45 Suwannee-area youth.


MAYO, Fla. — The Lafayette volleyball team’s seven-year district championship streak was snapped a year ago.


LIVE OAK, Fla. — Despite a slow start last year, the Suwannee volleyball team regrouped to make a playoff push.


GAINESVILLE — After a summer full of workouts, the North Central Florida Media Day became a treat for a trio of players at each of three area schools.


GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Two area schools were coming off playoff berths while the other has posted back-to-back 1-win seasons.


LIVE OAK — With the Suwannee Bulldogs wrapping up their summer workouts this week, they finished on a high note.

This Week's Circulars


Ronald Paul Battey, 63, passed away on September 16, 2019 in Live Oak, FL. He was born October 20, 1955 in Miami, Florida to Vernon and Gloria Marie Battey (Gorsuch). He was of the Catholic faith and he worked as a Deputy Sheriff Correction Officer with Martin County Sheriff's Department for…

Gladys Allbritton, 92, Live Oak, FL passed away on Friday, August 30, 2019. The Sparta, TN native lived most of her life in Live Oak and was a member of Beulah Baptist Church, Live Oak, FL. Mrs. Allbritton is survived by her daughter: Darlene Allbritton Gaylord (Ricky), Plant City, FL; numer…

Mrs. June Lee, 75, passed away on September 8, 2019 at Shands Medical Center in Gainesville, FL following an extended illness. She was born June 6, 1944 in Live Oak, Florida to Franklin Heweitt and Caroline Rosier Heweitt. She was of the Christian faith and lifelong homemaker. June was a lov…

Wilson M. Boone, 72, passed away peacefully, Thursday, September 5, 2019 at home surrounded by family. He was born December 10, 1946 in O'Brien, FL to the late Willie Boone and Virginia Irene Curl Boone. In 1980 he moved to Live Oak, FL. Wilson Married his Wife Barbara February 19, 1983. The…