Today's Sports

  • Carter gets early break

    Eugene Carter was out of his comfort zone. Instead of running, dribbling, passing and scoring in bunches, he tried to sit still on the bench for the conclusion of Chiefland's fifth-place game in the Bronson Holiday Tourney on Thursday.

  • Capshaw covers sports, schools...

    Mike Capshaw, a journalist with 13 years experience — 12 of it in covering sports — has joined the Chiefland Citizen as sports and schools reporter.
    He will cover Chiefland and Bronson sports, the Levy County School Board and the schools in Chiefland and Bronson.

  • 2010 Chiefland High School...

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  • 2010 Bronson High School Eagles...

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  • 2010 Cedar Key Sharks High...

    Date VS. Location MSG MSB VG VB

    Tuesday, Nov. 24 Oak Hall Away 3:30 4:45 6:00 7:30

    Friday, Dec. 4 St. John Away 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:30

  • Chiefland Women’s Golf...


  • Flashes topple Eagles

    Quintell Coleman came up with some big plays last Friday night for Bronson Middle/High School, but St. Augustine St. Joseph overwhelmed the Eagles in a 51-12 rout.

    Coleman took the opening kickoff of the game 90 yards for a touchdown and a quick 6-0 Bronson lead.

    From there, the Flashes took control, scoring 22 unanswered points. Bronson closed the gap at halftime with a 43-yard touchdown pass from Ben Landon to Coleman

  • Richburg carries CHS


    Suwannee Democrat

    JASPER—Given time, Chiefland coach Jim O’Neal will have the Indians football program back in the mix for a playoff spot — just not this year. 

    They say Rome wasn’t built in a day and the Chiefland community has to realize that and build on next season. 

  • Bell 29, St. Joseph 21, OT

    The Bulldogs’ Bradley Denham connected with James Oslager for a 4-yard touchdown pass, and Jeremy Zimmerman ran in for a 2-point conversion to seal the overtime thriller for Bell last Friday night.

    Denham finished with three passing touchdowns, going 4-for-11 for 41 yards, and also had 64 rushing yards. Zimmerman led Bell with 103 rushing yards and two scores.

  • Chiefland Women’s Golf...

    The Chiefland Women’s Golf Association had 25 ladies come out to play on Oct. 6. This is a record number of players for our group and several of our members have not yet arrived from up north. We played a game where you get to throw out your two worst hole scores, revert that score to “par” for the hole, then deduct your full handicap.