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Gadson posts double-double in district championship

The Pensacola High Tigers (25-3) worked strenuously throughout the season to earn the title of kings of District 1-6A.

The Tigers finished unbeaten in district play and locked up a No. 421 more words

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ALDEN AND MAINE FEATURED ON PH’S VERSION OF NEW YORK TIMES

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Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards were featured on the 2016 Philippine edition of Turning Points, the New York Times annual year ahead magazine. 7 more words

Mrs. Howe's Colony Project

Mrs. Howe’s students were assigned a colony to research and design a scheme to make people want to come to their colony. This was a group project, that everyone had a chance to participate in. 15 more words

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Vikes Fill The Truck

Princeton High School (PHS) students and staff have the spirit of giving. They were part of the annual Fill the Truck drive that collects food and other items for charity. 161 more words

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PHS comes out on top at Holiday Classic

There is no place like home for the holidays.

Unless you are the Pensacola High boys basketball team (14-2), then Mobile suits you just fine. 289 more words

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Washington girls, PHS boys prevail Friday night

The Washington Wildcats came into the Pensacola High Tigers home, certain they were in for a battle.

With clutch free throws from Kaloni Pryear and sharp-shooting from Gabby Lawrence in the final minutes, the Wildcats were able to secure a 44-41 win over the Tigers — despite trailing by four at halftime. 849 more words

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Tigers host Wildcats for key district battle

Though prep basketball season feels young, district implications have escalated quickly in District 1-6A.

Friday night at Pensacola High, the Tigers host the Washington Wildcats (girls at 6 p.m., boys at 7:30) as both teams will seek statement wins in the district chase. 388 more words

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