Keyword: softball

It was as nice a sky, and as brutal a heat, as can be imagined in north Florida in mid-June, but the girls and young women were up for playing ball. At last weekend’s Dixie Youth Softball …

Liberty County junior catcher Elizabeth “Sister” Arnold scored from second base on a sacrifice bunt by sophomore shortstop Gabrie Flowers in the first inning, and the Bulldogs held on to …

Wewa to host Liberty County Tuesday

Gators edge Franklin County 2-0 in regional semifinal

Wewahitchka pushed across two runs in the third inning for the only scores of the game as the Gators slipped past Franklin County on Thursday night, May 12, in a regional semi-final pitching …

Wewa edges Liberty 1-0 for district title

Both now advance in post-season play

It was a game for the ages.  In a classic pitcher’s duel between Wewa’s Haley Guffey and Liberty’s Lauren Grantham, it took the Wewa Gators 10 innings to defeat the Liberty …

Bozeman ousts Port St. Joe from playoffs

Tiger Sharks post 15-10 season record

A double play brought the Tiger Shark softball season to a sudden end on Monday, as Port St. Joe fell to the Bozeman Bucks 3-1 in the first round of the 1A District 4 playoffs at Shark …

Katie Shealy’s two-out, run scoring single gave Wewa a dramatic come-from-behind, 3-2 walk-off win against 4A Wakulla on Thursday night, April 21.  Held to only two hits and a walk …

After a week layoff, ther Wewahitchka  Lady Gators Friday night cemented their status as the top team in Class 1A  District 4 softball, shutting out Franklin County 11-0 on a three-hitter …

Wewahitchka batted around and scored five times in the third inning to take a commanding 6-1 lead on their way to an 8-2 win over the visiting Port St. Joe Tiger Sharks on Tuesday.  Prior to …

Austerman's triples help St. Joe upset Liberty

Win gives Coach Lissa Walker 701st career victory

Junior shortstop Kali Austerman broke a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the sixth inning, lifting Port St. Joe to a 3-2 win over visiting Liberty County on St. Patrick’s Day. and giving Lissa Walker …

Port St. Joe principal Sissy Godwin welcomed students, faculty and staff, family members, and friends to the school gym Wednesday afternoon, March 9, to celebrate with eight Tiger Shark seniors in …

The Wewahitchka Gators stayed undefeated in district play with a 4-3 victory at home over Franklin County  Thursday night.  After both teams anted up two-run  first innings. the …

Despite going 0-3 the first week of the season, Port St. Joe softball coach Lissa Walker remains optimistic for the team in the long run.  The Tiger Sharks opened the 2022 campaign on Monday, …

Expectations are once again high for a successful softball season from the Wewahitchka Gators, whose 21-4 record last season earned them a spot in the Class 1A Final Four before being ousted by …

TALLAHASSEE --- Florida is about to find out how much a week of sales-tax “freedom” translates into capitalism. Starting Thursday, in what lawmakers dubbed “Freedom Week,” people will receive sales-tax breaks when they make a wide range of purchases that could help spur them to be more active after being limited by the coronavirus pandemic. Shoppers from Thursday through July 7 will be able to avoid paying all or part of sales taxes on purchases such as grills; bicycles; fishing and camping gear; kayaks and canoes; tickets for concerts, movies and ball games; gym memberships; boxes of softballs and sleeves of tennis balls; and even sunscreen.

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