SPORTS

  • Local water skier headed to U.S. Jr. Masters

    Santa Rosa resident Kennedy Hansen, 14, on June 26 won the girls trick and overall titles in the under 16 division at the Jr. U.S. Open, qualifying for next year’s U.S. Jr. Masters Tournament. According to U.S. Water Ski, some of the world’s top junior water ski athletes competed for titles in slalom, tricks, jumping … read more

  • Rain pushes back re-opening date of Navarre playground

    Repairs to the Navarre Sports Complex playground, located at 8840 High School Blvd. in Navarre, have been rescheduled to Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30-31 due to anticipated rainstorms. The playground is scheduled to re-open Thursday, June 1 after repairs are made to the playground surface. Signs notifying the public of the re-schedule will be posted … read more

  • Dolphins crush Panthers in scrimmage

    The Gulf Breeze High School football team secured its first win of 2017 against Milton High School in last Friday’s spring scrimmage — heralding further success for the Dolphins in the regular season. The Panthers traveled to Dolphin Stadium for the pre-season match — resulting in an intimidating start for first-year Panthers’ head coach Harry … read more

  • Raider sidelined due to eye disease

    Navarre High School Junior Tim Elenz’s vision started getting blurry during last year’s football season, and a diagnosis of progressive eye disease sidelined his season. Now his mom is fighting to protect his sight. Mom Jen Payne, said at first she took Tim to the eye doctor to “fix him to get back on the … read more

  • Calling all anglers

    This Memorial Day weekend, AHERO will be hosting the Fishing-for-AHERO Rodeo in Gulf Breeze. “Each year AHERO brings wounded Veterans to our shores for the Warrior Hook-Up. It’s a day full of community good will, when generous local and regional boat owners go all-out hosting all types of fishing enthusiasts, and there is just a … read more