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Today's Sports

  • Register for annual river cleanup

    Volunteers can register for the Great Suwannee River Cleanup, choosing a section on either the Santa Fe or the Suwannee this year.

       Current Problems, Inc., which organizes the cleanup, is hoping for another great turnout for this important event.  

  • Public meeting on Bronson youth...

    STATUS OF YOUTH SPORTS IN THE BRONSON AREA

     The newly formed Bronson Parks & Recreation Department is having an organizational,  coach and volunteer meeting Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 6 p.m. at the Dogan S. Cobb Municipal Building 660 E. Hathaway Ave, Bronson. 

  • A to Z with Isaac Smith

    Athlete you most admire: Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls
    Best Memory: Probably this whole basketball season. It was the furtherest I’ve ever gotten with a team. I also enjoyed playing with teamates and friends (and fellow class of 2012 graduates) Kyle Shultz and Hermie McClendon
    Can’t get enough of: Playing basketball
    Dream Day: I would win the lottery in the morning then buy my mom a house and a car. Then I would use money to build a community center where everyone could come together and work out or play sports

  • Group Kayak and Picnic Event

    The Friends of the Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges will hold a Group Paddle and Picnic in the Town of Suwannee. Join us for an easy (beginners welcome), short (3.8 miles, 2 hours), fresh water paddle on Lock Creek, through riverine swamp along the Suwannee River.

  • Jiwan James Catch- Link

    Philadelphia Phillies AA prospect, and Williston High School graduate, Jiwan James made an incredible catch in a game last Saturday that has made highlights reels on ESPN. The link to the play is below.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/phillies/Video-Phillies-prospect-Jiw...

  • Father, sons summit Mt. Ranier

    Some fathers like to spend quality time with their sons out on a ball field or on a lake. For area orthodontist Bill Martin and his sons, it’s more likely on top of a 14,000-foot tall mountain.
    On July 1, Martin and his two sons completed their most recent trek up Washington’s Mt. Ranier, the most topographically prominent mountain the lower 48 states of the U.S.  It was a way for the avid climber to reconnect with old friends from his time living in the Pacific Northwest, as well as another opportunity to bond with his two favorite other climbers.

  • Well Done, Wellswood

    With mid-day temperatures approaching 100 degrees, it was only appropriate that the Heat would be the tournament’s biggest winner.
    Tampa’s Wellswood Heat won the 2012 Cal Ripken division T-ball Region World Series, held at Chiefland’s Strickland Park on July 8.  The team’s 12-2  win in three-and-a-half innings over Okeeheelee “Red” capped off a dominating run.
    “It’s the result of a lot of hard work and dedication,” said Wellswood manager Vinnie Lozano, “they deserve this win.”

  • Chiefland hosts first day of T-...

    Chiefland welcomed 14 teams to the first round of the Babe Ruth league's Cal Ripken division T-ball tournament. The teams included 

    - Chiefland 

    - Sarasota

    - Latino Americana

    - Palm Beach Gardens

    - Okeeheelee Red

    - Julington Creek Storm

    - Orange Park Crush "A"

    - Orange Park Crush "B"

    - Jacksonville Beach

    - Okeeheelee Blue

    - Ft. Caroline

    - Julington Creek Crushers

    - Wellswood

    - Oakleaf

  • Owen's win highlights races...

    Chip Owen’s commanding win in the Sportsman Class  on Saturday capped off a busy and exciting day of races at Bronson Speedway. 

    Owen held off Sheldon Bowers and Chris Harvey in the final, and most contentious, race of the evening. Nationwide Series driver Jeffery Earnhardt, grandson of legendary NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt, finished seventh, disappointing a packed crowd, many of whom had come to see him. 

  • Perilous Times- Part I