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High School Sports

  • Lady Red Devils start even

    By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    The Williston Lady Red Devil varsity basketball team has begun 2-2 on the young season. The slate of games, all played in the course of a week, consisted of two back-to-backs, with one day, Wednesday, separating the sets. Coach Calvin Edwards has the team off to a promising start coming off a district championship a year earlier. 

  • Red Devils return with Levy Cup

    By Sean Arnold

    Staff Writer

    Special performances from standout players have featured heavily in past Levy Cup tilts.

    Last Friday was no different, as junior running back Gerard Williams III put his stamp on the rivalry with a trio of touchdown runs to help propel his Red Devils to a convincing 36-7 win over Chiefland.

  • Tigers claw away at Devils

    By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    Last Friday, the Williston Red Devils traveled to play the defending 1A state champion Trenton Tigers. Although they put up a good fight in the first half, Williston could not keep the Tigers from storming back and eventually winning by a score of 45-24. The loss drops Williston’s record to 4-3 on the year and 1-3 in their district.

  • Devils recover against Buccaneers

    By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    On Oct. 6, the Williston Red Devil varsity football team got a much needed  win against the Branford Buccaneers. The final score on the night was 40-12, bringing Williston’s record to 3-2 on the season. 

    The game, originally to be played on Friday, Oct. 7, was moved due to the Hurricane Matthew bearing down on the state. The Devils finally got the jump start they needed, winning their first game in three tries.

  • Grudge match ends with Bears over Devils

     By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    Last Friday,  the Williston Red Devil football team took on the Dixie County Bears, losing by a score of 13-12. 

    The game was a defensive slugfest, with the Devils fighting as hard as they could, but coming up just short of the victory. The loss brings Williston’s record to 2-2 overall, and 0-2 in district play. 

  • Devils slashed by Panthers for first loss

    By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    The Williston Red Devils varsity football team succumbed to a very good Newberry Panther team last Friday night, losing by a score of 30-14. 

    The Panthers were able to effectively run the ball on a night that the Devils could get nothing going on offense after the first quarter. The game, while a loss, showed that the Devils have what it takes to compete with the area's best teams. 

  • Indians capture county crown with 3-2 win over Williston

     By Sean Arnold

    The Chiefland Middle High School volleyball team seems to pull out its best performances when its backs are against the wall.

    Facing an elimination set after falling behind 2-1 against Williston last Thursday, the Indians pieced together what might have been their best two-game stretch of the year, winning 25-10 and 15-3 in straight sets for a  3-2 victory.

  • Devils tame Panthers for second win

     By Travis Coleman

    Contributing Writer

    On Friday, Sept. 9, the Williston varsity football team earned a win over the Lecanto Panthers, by a score of 22-13.

    The game was a defensive battle throughout the night in Lecanto, both teams matching each other blow for blow on the non-glamorous side of the ball. Williston would manage some much needed offense in the second half to get the W.

  • WHS looks good in pre-season game

    By Tyler Hass

    Contributing Writer

    Football is here, folks, and Williston's Big Red played its preseason game last Friday against the Dunnellon Tigers. 

    The varsity squad played the first three quarters and junior varsity players got an early taste of the Friday night lights to close out the game in the fourth. 

  • Hiers signs with the Fighting Owls

     Aliza Hiers has signed an athletic scholarship with Harford Community College, a D1, NJCAA school in Bel Air, Md. 

    Under Coach Will Wheeler, Harford finished 19-12 in the 2015-16 season and second in its conference. 

     After looking at several options, Hiers chose Harford as a “best fit” for her future in volleyball.