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  • Updated area football statistics

    (Area football statistics going into Friday's games)
    G Rush Pass Total Avg.

    Union Co. 5 706 1490 2196 439.2
    Columbia 5 929 1227 2156  431.2

  • Updated Cross Country Honor Roll

    Top 12 runners in the area in boys and girls cross country:
    1. Blake Lowery, Gainesville, 15:56.23
    2. Logan Locascio, Gainesville, 16:25.78
    3. Calum McFetridge, Buchholz, 16:33.77
    4. Zach Purvis, Newberry, 16:40.27

  • Newberry beats Dixie County for district volleyball win

    At Cross City, sophomore Jabaria Gaffney had 17 service points and 2 aces and junior Mackenzie Grawcock had 10 service points, 20 assists and 6 kills as Newberry (12-7) took down Dixie County in girls volleyball on Thursday.

  • Roundup: Blue Wave volleyball rolls past Ocala Forest

    For the second straight match, on back-to-back days, the Blue Wave dropped a set at home, Wednesday night to Ocala Forest. But P.K. Yonge, ranked No. 3 nationally by and No. 5 by MaxPreps, took care of business on senior night.

  • Buchholz knocks off Jacksonville Creekside in five sets

    Buchholz knocks off Jacksonville Creekside in five sets

    It has been a tough season for the Buchholz volleyball team.
    With injuries to four of her starters, coach Jacque Robinson Huggins had to bring up four junior varsity players to play important roles on the varsity squad.

  • Roundup: Blue Wave volleyball back to winning ways

    In its first match since losing the Nike Tournament of Champions final to national No. 5 Portland Jesuit in Phoenix, P.K. Yonge knocked off Orlando First Academy (14-3) in four sets Tuesday.

  • Williams runs big for Santa Fe in district win

    Williams runs big for Santa Fe in district win

    Although not a big athlete at 145-150 pounds, Santa Fe quarterback BJ Williams runs a lot bigger than that.
    So says his coach, Bill Wiles.

  • Roundup: Bell wins volleyball match

    The Bell High volleyball team traveled to Fort White and made short work of its hosts with a sweep Monday, 25-4, 25-8, 25-9.

  • Union County's C.J. Spiller emerges in Saints' 26-20 OT win over Cowboys

    Union County s C J  Spiller emerges in Saints  26 20 OT win over Cowboys

    Spiller is one of the main reasons the Saints have their first victory of the season, a 26-20 triumph over Dallas on Sunday night .

  • Updated district standings

    Updated district standings 

    (District champion and runner-up advance to state playoffs)
    District 2-7A
    Overall PF PA District PF  PG

  • Updated swimming honor roll


  • Lowery, Morse dominate at Bobcat Classic

    Lowery  Morse dominate at Bobcat Classic

    Just under 16 minutes after the smoke cleared from Buchholz cross country coach Ron Norris' starter's pistol, Gainesville senior Blake Lowery glided through the misty, brisk air and past the finish line at Santa Fe College.

  • P.K. Yonge falls in Phoenix final

    P K  Yonge falls in Phoenix final

    P.K. Yonge volleyball, dominant in the state of Florida, looked to show Friday and Saturday it could be just as dominant out west at a national tournament in Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Roundup: P.K. Yonge dominates in Phoenix

    P.K. Yonge volleyball continued its dominance in Friday's pool round of the prestigious Nike Tournament of Champions tournament in Phoenix, Ariz.

  • Hurricanes hold off Wildcats

    Hurricanes hold off Wildcats

    Gainesville coach Mark Latsko wasn’t sure how his Hurricanes would respond following an emotional loss last week at North Marion and an emotional rivalry just around the corner.

  • Santa Fe pounds Bradford

    Santa Fe pounds Bradford

    Santa Fe leaned on its ground game and rushing defense in a blowout win Friday.
    The Raiders (3-1, 2-0) jumped out to an early lead and had a 29-point second half, as they defeated District 3-4A opponent Bradford, 42-6.

  • Eastside trampled by North Marion

    Eastside trampled by North Marion

    Following his team's 42-0 loss at North Marion on Friday night, Eastside coach Jeff Parker found some positives.

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