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Today's Sports

  • Red Devils have hot bats;...

    By Bryan Hoopaugh

    bhoopaugh@willistonpioneer.com

    Williston Varsity Baseball moves to a record of 16-5 after winning two of their last three games with their only defeat coming from Trinity Catholic for the second time this season.

  • Devils’ defense dominates...

    By Bryan Hoopaugh

    Williston varsity baseball defense holds on to the district lead as the Red Devils have outscored their opponents this year 92-33 and boast a 17-4 record for the season.

  • Baseball season takes Diamond...

    By Bryan Hoopaugh

     Williston Varsity baseball went1-1 on the road with a close 3-2 loss vs. Trinity Catholic and a 7-0 blowout over Vanguard High. 

  • Ft White dashes home field...

    By Bryan Hoopaugh
    bhoopaugh@willistonpioneer.com
    Red Devils Varsity Baseball went two out of three last week putting an end to their home field winning streak.
    After a convincing win and shutout against Bradford on Tuesday and another big 8-4 win over Dixie County on Thursday night, Ft. White put an end to the Devils’ winning streak with a nail biting 3-0 victory over the mighty Red Devils.

  • Cold weather is confusing the...

    By Capt. Brylee

    Special to the Pioneer

    Our winter has been unusually warm with very little freezing temperatures and no lengthy periods of cold weather. 

    This will create a bit of confusion for the fish and their normal patterns of habitat. When normally the fish have found deeper waters, ran up into the rivers and off the flats or just found muddy bottoms around docks or shorelines, they now are acting more like they would if it were already spring or even fall.

  • Diamond Red Devils boast 4-1...

    By Bryan Hoopaugh

    bhoopaugh@willistonpioneer.com

    Williston Varsity Baseball moves to 4-1 with another impressive week ending in a 6-1 rout over visiting Interlachen High School last Friday and holds on to a perfect record at home.

    The Red Devils took the field last Friday night against Interlachen for a quickly played six and a half innings that displayed a dominating performance by Williston. 

  • Road to the finals was narrow

         After the Red Devils won their Regional Quarter-final game over South Sumter and Fort White won their quarter-final game against Mount Dora last week, the two teams would meet for their fourth time in seven weeks, and three times in the last four weeks. 

    The Indians won the first regular season match up, but the Red Devils took the second match up. 

    Then the two teams met at Fort White for the District Championship and the Red Devils took this game in overtime winning the District Championship.

  • Red Devils fall in regional final

    By Steve Jarboe

    Contributing Writer

    The Red Devils played one of their most difficult games of the season Saturday as the Red Devils traveled to Lake Highland Prep in Orlando for the Class 4A Regional Final.

     The Red Devils could not buy a basket for the entire first half of play as they fell behind the Highlanders 37-15 at halftime. 

  • Lady Red Devils fall in extra...

    On a very cold, damp and chilly Friday night, the Lady Red Devil softball team played the Keystone Lady Indians to a 2-2 tie after seven innings of regulation play. 

    The Lady Red Devils took an early 1-0 lead in the second inning as Leticia Coronado drove home a run with a double hit sharply up the middle. The Lady Indians wasted little time as they tied the game in the third inning at 1-1 after loading the bases. 

    Neither team could add to their score in the fourth, fifth, or sixth inning as both teams played good defense. 

  • Red Devils dump Sumter in...

    The depth and future of Red Devil Basketball under Head Coach Steve Faulkner was certainly evident in the Red Devils’ win over the South Sumter Raiders 71-54, before a packed Red Devil Gym Feb. 14.

    The Red Devils fell behind 2-0 before Tre Wilson banged in a 3-point basket to put the Red Devils in the lead. 

    It was a lead the Red Devils would not give up, despite starters Wilson and Earl Brown going to the bench early in the first quarter, with two personal fouls.