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High School Sports

  • Indians scalp Lady Red Devils

    Chiefland High School’s volleyball team outlasted a surging Williston this past Monday night, defeating the Red Devils in five games, 25-19, 25-16, 21-25, 22-25, 15-13.

    The Indians were in control in the first game, rebounding from a 3-1 deficit to eventually take the lead at 12-11, thanks to two kills by Taylore Fuller. Chiefland expanded its lead to 18-13, holding out for the Game 1 win with a 5-3 run.

  • JV falls to Dixie County

        It took the Dixie County JV football team a little over a half of football Thursday night September 23, to hold on to the football. Once the Bears figured out they needed to hold onto the ball, they came from behind to down the Red Devil JV team 16-6.

    The first half saw the Red Devils unable to move the football, and the Bears stopped themselves on several drives deep in Red Devil territory. The Red Devils were unable to cross the 50 yard line until the last play of the half. 

  • Red Devils beat Keystone Heights in district play

    It was a sluggish first half of high school district action  Sept. 24, as the Red Devils visited Keystone Heights and won 26-13. Both teams’ defenses and turnovers controlled the first half of action. 

    The Indians got on the board early in the first quarter on a nifty 48-yard run to take a 6-0 lead as the extra point kick went wide right.

  • Eagles get revenge on Green Wave

       It was, at times, brutal. Other times, it was inspired.
       But in the end, Bronson came out of their battle with Daytona Beach Father Lopez with a narrow 8-7 victory last Friday night.
       The victory served as a revitalization for the Eagles, who now set their sights on a tough Bell program Friday.
       It was also a complete turnaround from last season, when Father Lopez topped Bronson, 27-22, in another close matchup.

  • Levy Cup stays at home

       “We have a bunch of freshman and sophomores and we just keep trying to get better every game,” said Chiefland Head Coach Jim O’Neal before the game. “We are still working on the discipline thing with the young players. We still have several players out tonight as a part of the discipline thing,” O’Neal said.
       The only bright spot in the 66-0 loss to the Williston Red Devils Friday night at Booster Stadium, was a stoppage of an extra point try by the Red Devils midway through the fourth quarter of the game.