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Today's Sports

  • Chiefland welcomes Jefferson...

    Monticello-Jefferson County Tigers (6-5 in 2015) at Chiefland Indians (5-5 in 2015), 7:30 p.m.

    After months of summer workouts followed by a grueling fall camp, high school football players finally get an opportunity to show off their hard work under the lights tonight against someone wearing an opposing jersey.

  • Hunter safety internet-...

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is offering free hunter safety internet-completion courses in nine counties in September. (List follows.)

    Students who have taken the online course and wish to complete the classroom portion must bring the online-completion report with them.

    All firearms, ammunition and materials are provided free of charge. Students should bring a pen or pencil and paper. An adult must accompany children younger than 16 at all times.

  • Signups for Bronson soccer

    It's time for BPR Soccer sign ups. Children ages 3-14 who want to participate in soccer can be registered at Bronson Town Hall. Sign up as soon as possible, as there will be a cap on the number of players per team. We are hoping to fill all age groups, from Soccer Pups up to age 14, so get signed up and please let others know so they can get signed up!

  • Scorpions holding youth baseball...

    The Orlando Scorpions youth travel baseball program is holding fall tryouts for ages 9 through 12 on Tuesday Aug. 23, 6 to 8 p.m., at Diamond Sports Parks in Archer. The tryout fee is $30. In order to register, contact Chris Marlo at cmarlopt@gmail.com or at (352) 210-0979. Diamond Sports Parks is located at 4000 SW 122nd St. Archery, FL 32608.

  • Dickey looks forward to leading...

    Vance Dickey had only recently arrived in Cedar Key to teach Phys Ed and head the boys hoops team, but he was already knee-deep in the program’s history as he cleaned out his new office.

    “Man, there are years and years – I shouldn’t say years, because that’s misleading – there are decades worth of stuff here,” Dickey says by phone while taking a break from the cleaning. “I’m picking up uniforms I’m thinking are from the 1960s or 70s, and they’re falling apart.”

  • UF/IFAS lists top ten muscadines...

    By Brad Buck

    UF/IFAS

    You may eventually tempt your palette with more muscadine grape varieties, and they’ll be good for you, with new findings from University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers.

    Muscadine grapes are known for their health benefits and other nutritive values – even for potential preventive measures against cancer and cardiovascular diseases. The fruits are rich in antioxidants such as a ellagic acid and resveratrol.

  • Travel baseball tryouts at end...

    Velocity Baseball is holding tryouts for its 12U (12 and under) travel baseball team on July 30, 10 a.m., at Strickland Park (Field No. 1) in Chiefland.

    All Tri-County area ball players are welcome. Contact Coach Shaun Campbell at (352) 440-2855 for any questions.

  • Champions

    Wayne Weatherford shows the 2016 Florida 1A State Championship trophy, with Lauren Stalvey, left, and Takiya London, in front of the Levy County Courthouse in Bronson.

    The young women were named to the Miracle Sports 1A team.

  • Bronson Eagle Quarterback Club...

    In an effort to rebuild its football program, the Bronson Eagle Quarterback Club is offering prospective 2016-2017 boosters a variety of perks for contributing to Eagle football.

    Supporters can receive anything from a meal combo punch card for five home games – awarded to “Student Boosters” contributing $20 – to an advertisement in the commemorative homecoming program – for “Business Boosters” giving $200.

  • Time running out to register for...

    Children in the Bronson area interested in playing contact football or cheerleading are encouraged to register at the Bronson Town Hall as soon as possible.

    Bronson Parks and Recreation Football includes 8U (7 and 8 year olds), 10U and 12U classifications. Cheerleading is open to ages 6 through 12.

    Costs for football players and cheerleaders is $100 per child. Payment is required at the time of registration.

    Town Hall is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Mon through Thursday.