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Hawthorne Football Defeats Wildwood 37-21 in a Rainy Battle to Move on to the Regional Semi-Finals

For only the second year ever, the Hawthorne Hornets won a playoff game. All Tied Up At the first Hawthorne possession, offense took the lead. After almost five minutes of playing, Key’Shaun Williams for the Hornets ran in the first touchdown of the evening. However, this was immediately followed by …

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Former Gator David Ross Ready for Cubs Challenge

Former Florida Gator ball player David Ross was introduced as manager of the Chicago Cubs this past weekend after retiring from the MLB after the 2016 season. Ross was given a three-year contract with an option for 2023. Ross played for the Cubs for two years, starting in 2014 and …

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Al Horford Opens The Season Against His Former Team

The Philadelphia 76ers have a new weapon on their hands this season. Forward Al Horford who played for the Boston Celtics from 2016-2019 is set to open the season against his old team on Wednesday night. Horfords Thoughts On The Game Horford noted that he thinks playing against his old …

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Former Gator QB Jacoby Brissett continues to shine for Colts

It’s Week 8 of the NFL season. And right now, the Indianapolis Colts lead the AFC South. While there are leaders for every division, the Colts leading the AFC South is, quite arguably, pretty special. That’s because former Florida Gator quarterback Jacoby Brissett has taken over the helm of the …

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Fourth Quarter Surges Gator Football Past Gamecocks

Another South Carolina game for the Gators, another lackluster first-half performance. Eerily similar to last year, the Gators played the Gamecocks coming off of a loss.  In 2018, Florida was coming off of a demoralizing 38-17 loss to Missouri at home when they played Will Muschamp’s Gamecocks — and trailed 28-31 …

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Former Gators Picked in XFL Draft

The XFL, America’s new professional football league, finalized its official two-day draft. The new league is launching 19 years after the original Vince McMahon version with a goal to provide former NFL players as well as players who didn’t quite make it a second chance. The Rebirth of the XFL …

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Trask’s Story Grows On The Road

Trask, no. 11, will look to etch his name into the list of Gator Greats

“Welcome to Death Valley — where opponents’ dreams come to die.” That was LSU Head Coach Ed Orgeron’s message to viewers when ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi interviewed him ahead of the Tigers’ top-10 matchup with the Florida Gators on Saturday. Classic Coach O. “Welcome to Death Valley where opponents dreams come …

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Hawthorne’s “Discipline” Leads to 24-8 Football Victory Over Williston in Make-Up Game

The Hawthorne High School football team comes out victorious in a weather make up game Monday night as they beat Williston 24-8. Williston scored on the last play of the third quarter to try and get back in the game but the Hornets answered back to put the game away.  …

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PGA Tour golfer Billy Horschel to be named to UF Athletic Hall of Fame

It’s homecoming week, and football seems to be all of the craze. But Gators athletes of every sport will see spotlight this weekend; one of them being a Floridian golf legend. Gators golf alum and former FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel is among the nine names being honored in the …

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Hornet’s Offense Loses Four Possessions to Turnovers, Resulting in a Dixie County Victory 20-13

Interviews and Videos by Chase Anschultz Photos and Writing by Rylee McIver With four turnovers, Hawthorne’s offense performed below expectations against the Dixie County Bears. Key’shaun Williams walked off the field at halftime, having thrown an interception and fumbling within the five-yard line. “We got sloppy,” Head Coach for Hawthorne, …

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