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Catholic baseball's 'Captain America' signs with Ole Miss

As a freshman at Catholic High, Carl Gindl made a quick transition and became a varsity starter in his first year with Catholic baseball.

Now heading into the final season of his prep career, the time will soon come for Gindl to make another leap — as he inked his letter of intent to the University of Mississippi on Wednesday morning. 598 more words


Pace's Johnson ends prep career in record-wowing way

Anthony Johnson got the word from the Pace sideline that he was going to get one last carry for his decorated prep career.

A final bow. 926 more words


Catholic volleyball peaking with sweep of Marianna

A succession of success has changed how Catholic High looks at its volleyball season.

“It’s now preseason to state,” said fifth year coach Guilio Simonelli. 690 more words


West Florida explodes in first half, routs Catholic

The scoreboard was stunning enough.

But no one was surprised more than the coach on the winning sideline.

West Florida High scored touchdowns each time it had the ball in the first half, then practically one time it didn’t when starting the second half, leading into a 56-7 victory Friday night against Catholic on homecoming night at the Crusaders’ Gorecki-LeBeau Stadium. 771 more words


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


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


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