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Keystone Heights look to win first playoff game in school history vs Astronaut

Keystone Heights’ best season since 2015 has a chance of becoming the best in school history. The Indians face Astronaut High School in the first round of the Class-4A playoffs on Friday trying to continue an incredible season. This will be the first playoff game in school history. They hope …

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P.K. Yonge Football Loses Final Game of the Season to South Sumter 44-29

After countless penalties, two ejected players, and a concussed receiver P.K. Yonge walked away from their season with a 3-7 record, yet thrilled. The Blue Wave hosted the South Sumter Raiders for their triple threat of Senior Night, Homecoming, and the final game of their season. Unfortunately for the home …

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Ty Corbin’s Four Touchdowns Lead Chiefland Past Williston 42-8

On a chilly first night of November, the Williston Red Devils (1-8) played host to their cross-town rival, the Chiefland Indians (5-4) in a well-anticipated season finale. The game started out slow, but things picked up when Williston went for it on 4th and 5 at the Chiefland 10 yard …

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Gainesville Beats Eastside 31-18 in Season Football Finale

Friday night’s Eastside-Gainesville game marked the end of the 2019 season for both teams as neither team had a shot at the playoffs. The bands joined together during halftime in a joint performance to celebrate their seasons. Each team played their hardest in an effort to end the season on …

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Columbia Football Drops Regular Season Finale to North Marion

After ending a two-game skid last week against Middleburg, the Columbia High Tigers were looking to close out the regular season on a positive note, as they hosted the North Marion Colts on Homecoming/Senior Night in football action. But, the Class 5A Colts (8-2, 0-0) had other plans, as they …

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Columbia Football Hosts North Marion in Regular Season Finale

A pair of 7-2 teams look to end the regular season on a high note Friday night, as Columbia hosts North Marion on homecoming. Strength-on-Strength The matchup between the Columbia offense and the North Marion defense is a heavyweight battle. The Tiger offense has produced roughly points per game, while …

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Oak Hall looks to build momentum against Quincy Munroe as playoffs approach

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When asked if Friday’s game against Munroe will act as a tune-up for the playoffs, Oak Hall head coach RJ Fuhr made it known that his team was not taking its final regular season game for granted.  Oak Hall travels to Quincy, Florida, on Friday to take on Munroe. Senior …

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High School Football Game Preview: Buchholz Versus Santa Fe

The Buchholz Bobcats (4-5) are looking to win their season finale after last week’s devastating loss to the Creekside Knights (4-5) last Friday. They are looking to avenge that narrow defeat Friday against the Santa Fe Raiders (5-4). Flashback Against Creekside, the Bobcats had an untimely turnover late in the …

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Gainesville-area volleyball teams are all the rage

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It’s time that Gatorade and Gainesville’s many notable natives step aside. Because right now — Gainesville’s claim to fame lies in the gymnasiums of local high schools — more specifically, at the volleyball net. For three Gainesville-area volleyball teams, their schedule has extended well into the post-season as their state …

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