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Today's Sports

  • Weighty Donation

  • CMS girls claim Cedar Key...

    Chiefland Middle School’s girls continued its cross country dominance by winning the Cedar Key Invitational last Tuesday.

    Emily Hallman won the race that featured the Lady Braves taking the top three spots. Five CMS girls finished in the Top 11 to power the team to 27 points, besting runner-up Branford by 11.

  • Bronson can't hold on at...

    Bronson was unable to maintain a halftime lead en route to a 14-13 loss at Branford on Friday.

    Understandably, a few Eagles players broke the postgame huddle with tears in their eyes after coming so close to breaking into the win column for the first time in five tries this season.

  • Chiefland avenges Trenton loss

    Chiefland has lost only twice on the volleyball court this season.

    The first loss came against Williston in the Bell Invitational Tournament when the Lady Indians were without senior standout Taylore Fuller. They avenged that Sept. 17 loss by beating the Lady Red Devils 3-2 on Sept. 29.

  • CMS runs by Williston

    Rallying from an early deficit, Chiefland Middle School’s football team scored a 36-20 win against Williston in Wayne Pridgeon Stadium.

  • Dixie beats Chiefland in youth...

    Dixie County had to work overtime to beat Chiefland 14-6 to win the Minor Division of the Tri-County Championship in Cross City on Saturday.

    From the onset, things didn’t go well for Chiefland as its first three offensive plays were stopped behind the line.

  • Chiefland golfers on par

    Heading into the season, Chiefland High's golfers lobbied with coach Dave Mitchell to schedule more away matches. It wasn't that they didn't enjoy playing their home course at Chiefland Golf & Country Club, they just wanted to experience different courses after playing at home in five of their nine regular season matches in 2010.

    As it turns out, the change in scenery has done wonders for the Indians' golf games.

  • Injury bug bites Bronson

    Bronson coach Al Cooksey needs a medical license after his winless Eagles suffered through most every injury imaginable during their 0-4 start.

    “Injuries, injuries, injuries ... a rash of everything that could go wrong has for us," Cooksey said. "The injuries are just killing us, but we're Bronson, so you know we're going to keep fighting. We ain't through."

  • Chiefland football searches for...

    "As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he ... " 

                                                             — Proverbs 23:7

  • Chiefland celebrates win vs....

    Bubble gum is essential for Chiefland volleyball coach Tammy Arrington anytime her team plays Williston. On Thursday in the Chiefland High gymnasium, she nervously chewed and chewed and chewed as her Lady Indians edged the Lady Red Devils 3-2 with a thrilling 15-13 win in the final game.

    So how many pieces of gum did she chew during the two-plus hours of volleyball?

    "One," Arrington said with a laugh. "And this one here is about shot, so I need another one!