Niceville Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Niceville, FL
42 min ago | via The Florida Times-Union
The Knights ran into an impenetrable and experienced foe in Niceville as their record-setting season ended in a 35-0 loss in Friday's Region 1-7A final at the Dungeon. The shutout closes a season of milestones for Oakleaf , which earned its first district title and first playoff appearance just three years after an 0-10 campaign. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 25 | via The Florida Times-Union
The Jacksonville area is well represented in Week 3 of the Florida high school football playoffs, with six teams still chasing a state championship. After going 4-3 in last week's picks, I like the local programs on Thanksgiving week to all gobble up a win Friday night, which will likely require winning a lot of close games. Comment?
Sunday Nov 23 | via WJHG-TV Panama City
We are down to the final four teams left in our area in the high school football FHSAA State Championships. Niceville , Choctawhatchee , Vernon, and Port St. Joe are the lone remaining local squads still playing for a state title. Comment?
Saturday Nov 22 | via WJHG-TV Panama City
The defending 7A state runners-up are continuing their mission to get back to Orlando and take the last step towards winning a state championship. In what would end up being their last home game of the 2014 season, the Eagles closed Eagle Stadium with a 34-0 shutout win over Tate. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 18 | via WJHG-TV Panama City
The Rutherford Rams opened the boys basketball season with an in-school game Tuesday afternoon against coach Jerome Strutchen and his Niceville Eagles. The Eagles, with a bit of a size advantage, able to get it done inside and out in the first half, building as much as a ten point lead by the middle of the second quarter. Comment?
Sunday Nov 16 | via Walton Sun
After trailing at the half, the Freeport Bulldogs came back in the second half to pull off a 34-33 win on the road against the Rocky Bayou Christian Knights played at host field "We did it because we have confidence in our guys. We only have four seniors, but we wanted to win it for them." Comment?
Saturday Nov 15 | via The Florida Times-Union
The air is cold, the stakes high. It's the best time of the high school football season is here and going strong. Comment?
Friday Nov 14 | via De Funiak Springs Herald-Breeze
By REID TUCKER Freeport's 34-33 win over Rocky Bayou Christian on the windy night of Nov. 8 put the wraps on a season that saw the Bulldogs improve 400 percent over last year's winless campaign. The Knights, who hosted Freeport on their home turf at Destin Middle School, led the visiting side 21-10 at halftime despite Freeport jumping out to an early 10-nothing lead, but the 'Dogs bit back. Comment?
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