JASPER — According to Suwannee High soccer coach Sarah Grillo, injuries have kept her team from getting into a rhythm this season.
LIVE OAK — The Suwannee and Hamilton County boys soccer programs are in the midst of great seasons. They met Thursday at Paul Langford Stadium and played a competitive match.
MAYO — Hamilton County coach Eugene Jones has high expectations for his Trojans. Despite a losing record heading into the final third of the regular season and some formidable opponents at the top of the district, he wants HCHS to finish on a high note and get back in state playoffs.
MAYO — With their leading scorer watching from the bench due to an injury, the Lafayette Hornets needed someone to pick up the slack on Tuesday against Hamilton County.
LIVE OAK — Suwannee High allowed two games to slip away in the second half, losing to Rutherford 59-51 and to Bay 51-45, over the holiday break.
MAYO — A trio of young soccer players — Quentin Sutley, Emmanuel Tovar and Omar Carreon — have led Lafayette to a 10-1-1 record, and the Hornets have their sights set on a district championship and a playoff run.
BRANFORD — A three-way tussle between Branford, Trenton and Hilliard for the district title highlights the District 6-1A second-half schedule.
MAYO, Fla. — Ideally, Mark Beach wouldn’t have had the pressure of having to replace Joey Pearson at the helm of the Lafayette High football program.
LIVE OAK — Even though Suwannee lost to district leader and Class 4A No. 5 Godby last week, the effort was something coach Malcolm Pollock said was “a good sign.”
MAYO — Trenton used a seven-minute run spanning the first and second halves to regain the lead and control Tuesday night in a battle of undefeated girls basketball teams.
JASPER — With accurate 3-point shooting and an aggressive defense, Hamilton County established an early double-digit lead, held control throughout the game and obtained its first win of the season, downing Taylor County 76-63 on Thursday night.
BRANFORD — After their heart-breaking overtime playoff loss to Hilliard, it didn’t take the Buccaneers long to show Branford coach Tim Clark the kind of response he was hoping for.
LIVE OAK, Fla. — The Suwannee boys basketball team starts a new era with a new coach in Malcolm Pollock, who grew up in Hamilton County, where he also played and coached.
LIVE OAK — The Suwannee boys soccer team had a winning record last year and went 1-1 in the playoffs, beating Wolfson in the first round then losing to Paxon in the district semifinals.
MAYO, Fla. — The Lafayette girls soccer team returns seven players from last year’s team to a new district, and head coach Lucie Gresham and assistant coach Autumn Raulerson are seeking a big improvement.
BRANFORD — It was the Newberry Panthers with all the energy, passion and momentum, and those qualities combined at the right time in beating Branford 3-1 (25-20, 23-25, 25-10, 13-25) at Branford’s gym on Saturday to advance to the Class 1A state championship.
HILLIARD — Branford had two 2-point conversion chances to beat Hilliard but misfired on pass attempts, the last one in overtime, and lost at Hilliard 34-33 in a Region 3-1A Class 1A quarterfinal playoff game Friday.
MAYO — Playing on both sides of the ball for the first time, Lafayette senior lineman Parker Lawson is generating attention from local colleges.
MAYO, Fla. — First-year coach Pedro Resendiz will bring experience to the Lafayette boys soccer program with 28 years of playing time and three years of coaching.
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Laveta Brim Davis, age 88, of Live Oak, FL, passed away January 22, 2020. Harris Funeral Home & Cremations, Inc., Live Oak, FL is in charge of all arrangements.
Peggy Ruth Howland, age 93, of Live Oak, Florida, passed away Saturday, January 18, 2020 at her daughter's home in Birmingham, Alabama. She was born in Frostproof, Florida living most of her life in Live Oak. She, alongside her late husband, owned and operated Howland's Feed Mill until their…
Mr. Lawrence Leroy Bruner, 94, of Live Oak, FL; passed away, December 15, 2019 at Shand's of Live Oak, following an extended illness. He was the son of the late James E. and Belva Reeves York Bruner. He made Live Oak his home in 1997 coming from Punta Gorda, FL. He served his country in the …
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