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We asked Bradford players some questions. Here are the answers.
Q: Biggest rivalry game you are looking forward to this season?
A: Trenton. They have always been a rival to us.
Q: What is your favorite team to use when you are playing NCAA Football?
Q: Person who inspires you the most and why?
A: My older brother, James. He always pushes me to do better.
Q: Where is the best place to eat in Bell?
A: Akins Bar-B-Q. I usually get a Philly Cheesesteak.
Q: Which football player did you pretend to be when you were younger?
A: Peyton Manning.
Q: Toughest school/stadium to play at as a member of the visiting team?
Q: What have you done this summer to prepare for the upcoming season?
A: Worked out.
Q: Which teammate would win an eating contest?
A: Nick Polk.
Q: Favorite part of practice?
A: Hitting drills.
Q: What was the greatest sports moment that you had either participated in or seen happen?
A: Going to the state playoffs.
Q: Do you or your team have a pre-game ritual?
A: Jacob Floyd leads us in prayer.
We asked Bell coach Joey Whittington some questions about the upcoming football season.Video
Oak Hall’s new football coach Matt DiBernardo believes his best opportunity to make an impact is at the high school level.
Complete fall football schedules for all 24 area high schools. Season kicks off on Aug. 28.
Conrad Flynn informed his P.K. Yonge baseball team Thursday night he has resigned as coach after one season, in which the Blue Wave went 7-17.
Twenty one area softball players, 11 in Class 1A, were selected first team all state by Miracle Sports, which released list of all eight classifications on Wednesday.
Gainesville Juniors 17 Elite captured the AAU Junior National Volleyball Club title on Tuesday, knocking off Sky High 17 Red of Crystal Lake, Ill., in straight sets.
Although some schools have already ended, for most, this is the week. This is the week seniors throw their hats high in accomplishment, high school diploma in hand, ready for the next challenge. Life is full of challenges, graduating from high school isn't one of them. There are bigger challenges
The final days of April are upon us, which means for high school sports, the end is near for the 2014-15 season. There are still plenty of more championships to be won with track and field, girls lacrosse, softball and baseball still in action and are in playoff mode. Football will have its spring
LAKELAND If you did a comparison between the semifinal winners in Class 1A on Tuesday at the boys state basketball tournament, how could you not be more impressed with the Chipley Tigers? Afterall, they had an outstanding performance in junior guard/forward Trent Forrest, who scored 39 points, and