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Today's Sports

  • Braves bag another win

    Chiefland’s Middle School football team took to the field last Tuesday night playing like a squad that had won four consecutive SMAC Championships.

  • Chiefland 's varsity...
  • Chiefland's JV volleyball...

    After losing the opening game at Dixie County, Chiefland’s junior varsity volleyball team roared back to win the final two sets to remain a perfect 3-0 on the season.

    The team is coached by Tevin Bennett, a 2001 Trenton High graduate who played setter for the Lady Tigers.

    “They played really well tonight,” Bennett said. “They learned a brand new rotation yesterday and still did well. We moved Ashley Davies to libero and that's what changed our rotation.”

  • Indians hit wall

    A few dozen Chiefland faithful applauded and cheered the Indians at the base of the bleachers in Wayne Pridgeon Stadium following Friday's 41-14 loss against Hilliard.

    It was loud. Really loud. But before the game, as players ran onto the field, it wasn't. Neither fans nor players seemed fired up for this one, and the end result was a devastating loss against a team the Indians believed they could've beat.

  • Chiefland's 9-10s secure...

    Chiefland’s 9- and 10-year-old football team clinched a spot in the league championship with a 21-14 win against Trenton at Wayne Pridgeon Stadium on Saturday.

    The finals of a league that features teams from the tri-county area will be at 6 p.m. on Oct. 15 in Cross City.

    "It’ll be under the lights, so that’ll be an extra kick for the kids,” said coach Shane Keene.

  • Lady Indians are good, no joke

    The ball sailed over the heads of Taylore Fuller and Shelby Mills as both were still cracking up at something one said between serves. Hailey Gerhard made a nice dig to save it from the back row, then Meagan Morgan passed it to Fuller, who had stopped smiling in time to hammer home a devastating kill.

  • Bronson, Seven Rivers combine...

    Seven Rivers Christian won a war of attrition against a Bronson team it had little knowledge of before Friday’s 52-34 victory. With John Iwaniec, the Warriors (2-0) didn’t need to know much as he accounted for six touchdowns and more than 400 yards on running plays and returns.

    As a courtesy, coaches trade game films on the Saturday before they‘ll play one another. Not every high school coach in the country does it, but most do. However, it doesn’t always go according to script.

  • CHS swings into season

    Expectations are high for Chiefland’s golf team with three of its four golfers returning off last season’s squad that finished third in district play.

    “We’re certainly looking to improve on that finish and we have the players to do it,” said CHS second-year golf coach Dave Mitchell. “All three have improved their games and gotten stronger from last year to this year.

  • Peet wins Bronson's first...

    Special to the Citizen
    Bronson Speedway continued the rebuilding process of racing competition this past Saturday night, as racing families, crews, friends, fans and diverse racing divisions slowly come home to the sacred asphalt known as the high banks of Bronson.

  • Raiders to rebuild

    Mark Marazzo is heading up a group of players trying to rebuild the Levy County Raiders' semiprofessional football team. The team was kicked out of its league last season after an incident between then-coach Ron Fisher and game officials at a game in Williston. One official said he planned to press charges on Fisher but never did.