The Cottondale High School Hornets basketball team opens the year with one lost and two wins.
Jackson County high school basketball coaches are now getting ready for the season to start and will test their players in a four-day tournament just after Christmas.
The Sneads Pirates almost made it to the final four in their quest for a regional football title, but a 49-14 loss to the Blountstown Tigers last Friday brought that hope to an end.
The 8-3 Cottondale Hornets stung the Aucilla Christian Warriors in 54-40 first-round regional playoff on Nov. 11, and now head into a semi-final regional game against the undefeated 10-0 Sneads Pirates.
The Sneads Pirates wrapped up an undefeated regular season last Friday and are ranked No. 1 on the cusp of the state Championship tournament, while the Cottondale Hornets headed to round one of the tourney with a big victory last Friday.
The Sneads Pirates remained undefeated as of last Friday, Oct. 28, having beaten the Holmes County Blue Devils 40-30 at home. The Pirates play again on Nov. 4, on the road against the Freeport Bulldogs.
The Sneads Pirates racked up another win last Friday to extend their so-far undefeated season to eight games.
The Sneads Pirates remained undefeated on the season after last Thursday night’s game against the Lighthouse Private Christian Academy Stingrays. The Pirates scored a 43-14 victory to notch their seventh win.
The Cottondale Hornets scored a win on the road last Friday night, Oct. 7, defeating the Franklin County Seahawks, 44-18.
The Sneads Pirates scored a shutout against the Liberty County Bulldogs on Sept. 30, winning 34-0 to remain undefeated as of that game.
The Sneads Pirates remained undefeated on the season after their Sept. 23 game against the Miller County Pirates of Georgia, scoring a 38-20 victory at home.
Jackson County Predators football team plays its homecoming game at 2 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Marianna High School football field against the Bonifay Blue Devils.
The Sneads Pirates remained undefeated as of their Sept. 16 game against the Holmes County Blue Devils, winning 46-34 at home.
The Cottondale Hornets won their away game against the Rocky Bayou Christian Knights, the score 26-22.
The Sneads Pirates came home with a win last Friday in a high-scoring football game on the road against the Arnold Marlins in Panama City Beach. The score was 72-49.
The Sneads Pirates football team won its cross-county opening game against the Cottondale Hornets, the score 38-16.
The Sneads Pirates and the Cottondale Hornets were set to start their seasons in a cross-county battle on Friday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. in Sneads.
A free youth pickleball clinic will be held Saturday, May 14, from 10 a.m. to noon.
In her first season as head coach, Coach Kelly Brookins had nine players make the All-Panhandle Conference teams as voted by the league’s coaches.
Seven members of the 2022 Chipola baseball team and their head coach received Panhandle Conference honors in an announcement from the Florida College System Activities Association on May 2.
The number one Chipola Indians solidified their spot in the FCSAA/Region VIII Tournament by winning one of two games over the Gulf Coast Commodores on April 22-23.
The Chipola Indians baseball team is 36-11-1 and 15-5 in league play as of April 22.
The Chipola softball team is 36-8 and 10-6 in league play.
A free pickleball clinic is set for Saturday, April 16, at the Gilmore Academy/JCTS Development Center, which is at 4144 South Street, in Marianna, in the old Marianna Middle School gym.
Altrusa International of Marianna recently announced the winners of the club’s recent golf tournament.