MAYO — Like other area teams, the Lafayette Hornets had high expectations coming into the baseball season.
MOUNT BERRY, Ga. — While she didn’t get a chance to compete at the NCAA indoor national championships, Suwannee High graduate Genesis Leggett still earned national recognition.
LIVE OAK — One was Suwannee’s big hitter and a home run threat every time she stepped to the plate the past four seasons. The other contributed as a pitcher and outfielder the past three seasons.
MAYO — It was a large senior class for the Lafayette High softball team this season with more than half of the starting lineup filled by seniors.
MAYO — It’s a matchup between overpowering Lafayette teams in the second round of the Best of Suwannee Valley pick ’em tournament as the 1981 Hornets meet the 1997 Hornets.
LIVE OAK — After helping Suwannee reach a state semifinal a year ago, coach Justin Bruce wishes he could see what the Bulldogs’ seniors could have accomplished as an encore.
LIVE OAK — They went into the first round of the “Best of Suwannee Valley” pick ‘em tournament as lower seeds and having to face a pair of Suwannee High state championship teams.
LIVE OAK — With size, speed, future collegiate athletes and a current professional on the roster, there wasn’t much that the 2014 Suwannee High Bulldogs didn’t have.
LIVE OAK — Injuries may have prevented the Suwannee High girls soccer team from finding its rhythm, but it didn’t stop the Bulldogs from placing seven players on the All-Suwannee Valley soccer team.
LIVE OAK — In the first nine games of the regular season, the Suwannee High softball team has faced defending state champions, playoff teams and tough competition in every game.
LIVE OAK — It was a good season for area girls’ basketball teams as Class 1A schools Lafayette and Branford finished with winning records and playoff berths. Hamilton County showed some improvement from a season ago and Class 4A Suwannee had double-digit wins.
LAKE CITY — Florida Gateway College has become the first NJCAA School in the State of Florida to formally announce the addition of a varsity esports team to its athletics program lineup. The team will begin competition in Fall 2021.
MAYO — After hammering a line drive off the fence for a double in his first at-bat, Dylan Mock stepped to the plate and hit an inside fastball over the fence in right field for an opposite-field home run.
LIVE OAK — It wasn’t always pretty and there were certainly some mistakes Thursday night. But when Kalle Herring hauled in a shovel pass from Maci Campbell and extended her arms into the Langford Stadium end zone to lift the Suwannee High flag football team to a double-overtime win, all that…
TAMPA — Playing on the big stage for the program’s launch, the Suwannee High flag football team split a pair of games at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Preseason Classic.
LIVE OAK — Research shows that there are only 6,107 Division I college softball athletes currently in the United States. And The Daily Herald reported that 1/3 of all athletes recruited to play college sports end up quitting. Yet two athletes from Suwannee County have beaten the odds and are…
TALLAHASSEE — The Suwannee High girls track and field team registered 15 top-10 finishes Saturday to place fifth in the 16th annual Jesse Forbes Invitational.
This Week's Circulars
Gene Dempsey Henderson, age 90, of Live Oak, FL, passed away Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Solaris of Lake City following a lengthy illness. He was born in Jasper, FL living most of his life in Live Oak. He was a master welder and member of the First Advent Christian Church. He was veteran of t…
J.D. Greene, Jr. 76, Live Oak, FL passed away on Sunday, May 24, 2020. He was a lifelong resident of Suwannee County, Vietnam Veteran while serving in the Army, a member of American Legion and was of Baptist Faith. Mr. Greene is survived by his daughter: Shannon Poppell, Live Oak, FL; two so…
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