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Catholic rallies around injured Fortune for first win

Catholic running back Manta Purifoy watched his friend Jaylen Fortune go down with a catastrophic knee injury Friday night.

Unshaken, he responded in a big way with three touchdown runs in Catholic’s first win of the season, a 28-7 victory at Milton (2-2) on Friday night. 436 more words

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Gulf Breeze ends drought against CHS

Gulf Breeze made sure Catholic’s win streak wasn’t going to reach double digits.

The Dolphins and first-year head coach Bobby Clayton knocked off the Crusaders 36-21 at Gorecki-Lebeau Stadium on Friday night, Gulf Breeze’s first win over Catholic since 2006. 829 more words

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Carter shines in return, Navarre rolls

Michael Carter made it clear he hadn’t lost a step in the year since his season-ending knee injury.

The North Carolina commit rushed for 149 yards and scored four touchdowns Friday night to lead the Navarre Raiders to a 41-13 season-opening win at Catholic. 499 more words

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Catholic aims to spoil Carter's return to Navarre

The long wait is over for Navarre running back Michael Carter.

Less than a year after suffering a devastating knee injury, one which tore his PCL completely and caused damage to his LCL and meniscus, Carter is back to full-speed and ready to run for the Navarre Raiders. 571 more words

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Catholic hosts Pace for Lindsey's final coaching outing

Mickey Lindsey remembers 25 years ago, before he was the Pace Patriots head football coach, when he first felt that he belonged coaching in blue and red. 707 more words

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Catholic surges to another district volleyball title

Catholic High’s volleyball team had dug a five-point deficit early into the first set Thursday night when a timeout was called.

In his unique way, Crusaders coach Giulio Simonelli reminded players this might be a good time to begin reaching potential. 529 more words

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Navarre Raiders keep bouncing back from injuries

One of the biggest keys to success for any football team is staying healthy.

In prep football, the 10-game regular season can take a toll on teams … often at unfortunate times. 516 more words

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