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  • Indians trample Tigers in...

    At Thursday's Powwow for Chiefland Homecoming, Indians' Head Coach Ajay Ulmer wrote a fat check, knowing his senior-heavy team was good for the tab.

    “For these seniors, we will beat Trenton tomorrow night,” he promised the standing room-only crowd in the CHS auditorium.

    Friday night, the Indians showed up with sacks of money to make good on the coach's promise, pounding Trenton 53-15 and sending the seniors out on a high note.

  • Eagles fall to Bell, finish 4-6

    The Bronson Eagles learned how to succeed this year, posting a record breaking season of four wins, said new head coach Al Cooksey.  The season was also a milestone for the coach.  The Eagles’ win two weeks ago marked Cooksey’s 100th career victory.

    “We’ve come a long way," Cooksey said Friday on Senior Night after a loss to Bell 40-12.  “You all set a standard we can grow by,” he told his team.

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  • Indians win on the road

    "We just got after them real good," said Chiefland head coach Ajay Ulmer."

    "Our defense didn't allow them an inch."

    The Indians ran away with a monster win Friday on the road at Hamilton County (Jasper), downing the Trojans 43-6.

    "We were up 28-6 at halftime - they only scored once," Ulmer said.

    Apart from that tiny bite, the Indians got the lions' share of the meal, with Slaughter the founder of the feast.

    "We scored on our first three series," Ulmer said, "and defensively, we allowed only 54 yards of total offense."

  • Indians sweat out win in Dixie

    CROSS CITY - To win on the road is one thing. To win in Cross City is something else.

    The Chiefland High football team time and again overcame adversity in a hostile environment in its season opener last Friday night at Bruce Boyette Field, and used a big second half to score a 28-21 victory over arch-rival Dixie County.

    A heads-up play by Indian linebacker Zach Tyson turned out to be the difference, as he grabbed a loose lateral and ran 15 yards to the end zone for a touchdown with 5:50 remaining in the fourth quarter.

  • A dream deferred

    Friday's 90-minute lightning delay of the preseason matchup between Chiefland and Bronson was, in the end, little more than a dream deferred for the Indians. After 45 minutes of celestial displays, followed by 45 minutes of pelting rain, the teams were finally released to the misty turf, rewarding the patience of their dedicated fans.

    Chiefland won, bursting back onto the field to grab an immediate score on their way to a 46-6 victory over the cross-county Eagles.

  • Chiefland BRL All Stars in...

    The Chiefland 13-15 year-old All Stars are in uncharted waters.

    An appearance in the Babe Ruth Southeast Regional in Leesburg will pit the local heroes not only against other top teams from Florida, but the entire South.

    We're talking Alabama, the Carolinas, Virginia and Tennessee.

    The tournament begins Thursday and will end next Monday or Tuesday.

    Chiefland's opening game is at 10 a.m. Friday against the winner of Thursday's Sarasota-West North Carolina game.

  • Chiefland 13-15 year old All...

    Seven teams will be vying for the Babe Ruth 13-15 year-old State Championship in Tallahassee July 17-20.

    The tournament will be played at Godby High.

    Kyle Parnell's Chiefland All Stars will be one of those teams off of an impressive performance in the District 6 Tournament a couple of weeks ago.

    Other teams competing include Mandarin, Green Cove Springs, Fort Caroline, Lake City, Wakulla and host Tallahassee.

  • Volleyball Camp teaches girls...

    Emily Gore ran her second annual Chiefland Girls Volleyball Camp June 23-25 as 19 girls ages 8-13 participated in the three-day event.

    The camp helped get the younger girls interested in the sport and helps the older girls prepare for the upcoming middle school season. Girls worked on fundamentals three hours each day.

    Gore is the Chiefland High coach. She is impressed with the talent coming up in the Chiefland area.

    CHS volleyballers volunteered their time to help with the camp.

    Girls basketball camp coming

  • Babe Ruth 13-15 All Stars play...

    Ever notice some of the strange scores that come out of bowl games?

    A lot can happen when you have more than a month between games.

    In a similar vein, the Chiefland 13-15 Babe Ruth All Stars will go nearly a month between games.

    Chiefland's finest won the District 6 Tournament on June 21. They won't open State Tournament play until July 17.

    It is manager Kyle Parnell and his staff?s task to keep the team sharp during a three-and-a-half week layoff.