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-- Newberry, FL. Written By: Kevin Smalls Friday night lights featured a non-conference matchup between the hot Newberry Panthers, and the visiting Fort White Indians. Prior to kickoff, the Panthers recognized 18 players in honor of senior night. The Panthers came into the night on an eight-game winning streak. The Panthers are already riding the high horse as they finished 1-9 last year and are standing at 9-1 this season. They were projected to win over the Indians by a margin of 17 points, but they would actually trail for the majority of this game before sparking the offensive fire...

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- Suwannee, FL. Written By: Wes Trotta Paul Langford Stadium is home to the Suwannee Bulldogs, and several Bulldogs said goodbye to their home as they received a proper sendoff. On Friday night, the Godby Cougars entered Suwannee with hopes of spoiling the Bulldogs senior night. However, Suwannee pulled off the win 39-36 in dramatic style to give the seniors one last great memory. “It's a memorable moment for me,” said senior quarterback, Tyree Taylor, “And plus the underclassmen played their butts off for the seniors.” The underclassmen certainly stepped up tonight, “Well one, I'm happy for the seniors. I'm...

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Gainesville, FL. Written By: Wes Trotta The field was wet, the ball was wet, and the players hands were wet, but that didn’t stop the Oak Hall Eagles from putting the ball in the air during their 49-14 win over the Rocky Bayou Christian Knights. Friday night’s game at Oak Hall was an important one for the Eagles. It was homecoming night, which can pull players attention away from the game throughout the week. “There’s so many distractions, I’m not going to lie,” head coach Rj Fuhr said. “I’m glad homecoming week is over.” Not only was it their homecoming...

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Branford, FL. Written By: Kevin Smalls Friday night football featured a non-conference matchup between the host-team Branford Buccaneers (4-4), and the visiting Interlachen Rams (4-3). The rain made its impact, but it did not stop the show. It was senior night for Buccaneers and senior football players. Cheerleaders, and band members were also acknowledged. It was also the 40-year reunion for the Branford High class of 1979. Despite the weather, the back and forth smack talking, and numerous penalties, the Buccaneers out-played the Rams and moved to 5-4 on the season. “We knew they had really good athletes," Buccaneers head...

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-- Dixie County, FL. Written By: Kevin Smalls This week, we highlight Newberry Panthers student-athlete, Kobe Delima. Delima is a Newberry, Florida native, and is the son of Latasha Johnson. He is a junior RB/CB for the Newberry Panthers football program. He’s also the starting pitcher for the baseball team, and is on the Panthers basketball team. Most of all, Delima is a genuinely good person who works hard on and off the field, and strives to keep a positive mindset in his everyday life. “He’s a special talent,” said first-year head coach and Newberry alum Edward Johnson. Coincidentally, when...

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