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Today's Sports

  • Red Devils fall in championship

    For the third straight year, the Williston Red Devils boys’ basketball team under Head Coach Steve Faulkner played their way to the regional final game.

  • Diamond Red Devils seized by...

    The Williston boy's baseball team hosted the Crystal River Pirates Feb. 23, at the Devils home field.

  • Red Devils claim regular season...

    By Steve Jarboe
    Contributing Writer
    The Williston Red Devils won the class 4A regular season District Jan. 27,  as they defeated the Bradford Tornadoes 69-58.
    The Red Devils will host the district playoffs for the third straight year winning the regular season district.
    The Red Devils jumped out to a quick lead as they held the 6'10” Bradford center Justin McBride to just seven first half points.

  • Saturday deadline to register...

    This is the last week to register for WYAA spring sports.
    Register at the field Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.
    SPORTS:
    Soccer Pups- $40
    Soccer- $50 for returning players with uniforms, $65 for new players
    Tee Ball- $75
    Baseball- $75
    Softball- $75

  • Red Devils squeak by Raiders

    The district tournament playoffs are just over a week away and the Santa Fe Raiders have served notice it will be a three-way race this year.

     It was one of those games that neither the Raiders nor the Red Devils could get their game going at full strength due to the whistles and foul shooting by the Red Devils again. 

    The Raiders jumped out to an early lead as they led the game by a 33-25 margin at half time.

  • Red Devils drop district game on...

    Following a district win at Fort White and moving their season district record to 4-0, the Red Devils again took to the road to face the Bradford Tornadoes in Starke Jan. 6.
    Bradford was returning to their home court following a loss at district foe Interlachen.
    The Tornadoes were led in the first half by their big man 6' 10' Justin McBride, who accounted for 19 of the Tornadoes 37 first half points.
    The Tornadoes took a 37-31 lead at half time as they never trailed the Red Devils in the first half.

  • Baseball bats are warming up

    By Lori Jones
    Special to the Pioneer

    While this holiday season may find you returning Christmas presents, taking down decorations, or making those New Year’s resolutions (again), the WHS baseball  players, Coach Scott Hall and the Baseball Boosters have been working overtime to make their high school “field of dreams” a reality.

  • Lady Red Devils down Keystone...

    Monday night, the Lady Red Devils took the court against district foe Keystone Heights.
    Unexpectedly, Ericka Floyd, sister to Isaac Floyd who died in a tragic accident three days earlier, showed up to join her teammates for the game.
    The Lady Red Devils said to a player, “We want to score 47 points tonight in memory of Isaac.”
    Floyd wore jersey 3 and switched to number 44 his senior season on the Red Devil Boys basketball team.
     “Add 3 and 44 and you get 47,” head coach Becky Hilty, said following the game.

  • Red Devils move into district...

    The Williston Red Devils traveled to Santa Fe Dec. 15 to face district foe Santa Fe.
    The Red Devils, behind 18 points by both Tre Wilson and Deterion Ross and a 14-point effort by Damien Strange, took the Raiders down 74-55 to remain undefeated in district play.
    The Red Devils are 6-1 overall and 3-0 in district play.
    The Red Devils will host Lake Highland Prep on Saturday, Dec. 17, which will be their last game until Dec. 26, following the Christmas holiday, when they will play in the Kingdom of the Sun Tournament at Vanguard High School in Ocala.

  • Bronson, Chiefland football...

    Chiefland and Bronson high schools, whose football teams and the coaches have faced challenging years, are looking for new coaches.
    CHS Principal Bill Tovine confirmed on Dec. 16 that football coach Jim O’Neal has resigned as coach but will be staying on in a teaching position.  The position will be posted, Tovine said.
    Bronson High coach Al Cooksey made the announcement of his departure at the Football Banquet on Dec. 15.