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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Indians clean up all-state...

    It’s a safe bet individual accolades will come pouring in on the heels of a third straight state championship.

    A trio of Chiefland High School players and Coach Wayne Weatherford gave the Indians a full sweep of the four most prestigious spots on the 2016 Class 1A Miracle Sports All-State Softball Team, as eight total CMHS players and coaches notched all-state honors.

  • Cake auction a triple winner

    The Chiefland Lady Indians, three-time winners of the Florida 1A Softball Championship, proved they are winners at fundraising too.

    Because Chiefland Middle High School, nor the Florida High School Athletic Association do not provide the winners of state title with championship rings, the Chiefland Fastpitch Boosters, Inc., sponsored a cake, pie and dessert auction on June 29 at the fellowship hall at First Baptist Church of Chiefland.

  • Bullseye

    The Olympic athlete’s quest is a grueling trek, requiring relentless self-discipline, with few short-term rewards.

    For Bronson resident and silver medalist Jake Kaminski, the path was even more difficult as he prepared for next month’s 2016 Rio Olympics, where he will represent the U.S. in archery for the second straight summer games.

  • Tonight’s (Thursday) cake...

    The Chiefland Fastpitch Boosters are holding a cake auction tonight (Thursday, June 30) beginning at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Chiefland to benefit the three-time state champion Lady Indians softball team.

    This is an opportunity to save yourself time in the kitchen for the July Fourth holiday and everyone knows Chiefland’s baking is tops.

    All proceeds will go towards the purchase of the rings for the team. The school and the athletic association does not provide the rings.