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Gators roll over the Wildcats

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

On Saturday, September 23,  the Florida Gators took on a tough Kentucky Wildcat team on the road. The Gators ended up pulling off a miracle in the final seconds to beat the Wildcats 28-27. Throughout the game it looked like the Wil...

JHS soccer kicks off

Jacob Hall, Staff writer

September 20, 2017

Coming off a record setting season, the Jacksonville High School boys' soccer team has started off the new season well. So far the team is 7-3 in all competitions and is aiming to win it all. Coach Evan Philpott motivates his tea...

Tarik Cohen: Superstar potential

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

As I laid in bed on September 13, all I could think about was football; the one person that came to my head was Tarik Cohen, running back for the Chicago Bears. When I watched him play last Sunday, September 10, he showed great s...

Swim team struggles as year begins

Claire Leanard, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

Imagine needing to take an AP Stats quiz, but you haven’t done the practice. It’s pretty stressful, right? This perfectly explains the girls' swim team right now. The season felt like it was going to be their best season y...

Girls’ tennis: New year, new team

Sarah Miner, staff writer

September 13, 2017

Over the past month, the Lady Crimson tennis team has been getting into gear for the upcoming season. The team consists of  nine seniors, eight juniors, three sophomores, and two freshmen. The girls are working hard and each...

Jacksonville High School softball team flushes the toilet

Molly Jackson, Staff Writer

April 15, 2017

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference”- Winston Churchill. As of Wednesday, April 12, this is the new motto for the girls’ softball team. The girls found themselves getting highly discouraged and feeling ...

Not only football for the Gators

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

December 20, 2016

As the college basketball season is one third the way through, the Florida Gators have faired pretty well with some of the other top teams. The Gators are looking at a seven and three record with all of their losses to teams ra...

JHS alumni athletes: What are they doing now?

Abby Mitchell, Staff Writer

December 19, 2016

At Jacksonville High School, we praise our student athletes and look forward to what they will do next with the sport that they play. A lot of things change from high school sports to college sports whether the conference is DI,...

Softball season is fast approaching

Madison Reynolds, Staff Writer

December 16, 2016

Although it is just now winter break, softball season is soon to be coming. Open gyms begin in January through March when tryouts begin. Many of the girls practice on their own time during the off season. They practice batting...

JHS girls’ soccer training sessions have begun

Abby Mitchell, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

As the winter sports season begins at Jacksonville High School, the spring sports begin their training. The JHS girls soccer team have started preparing for their season coming up in the spring.  The senior-led sessions consi...

SEC basketball preview

Avery Dugan, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

The SEC is not known for their great basketball teams, but they are known for having good athletes which makes it tough for teams to play them. More of the same can be expected this year with Kentucky leading the way in the SEC. ...

Florida Gator basketball preview

Avery Dugan, staff writer

November 8, 2016

The Florida Gators are known for their football, but will their basketball team turn some heads this year? Coming off a 21-15 season, the Gators’ second-year head coach, Mike White, is hoping for more from the Gators. As th...

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