ECHS Blue Devils

Blue Devils 4-2 after rallying past Clarke Co.
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Escambia County High School rallied past a determined Clarke County defense in the second half last Friday, October 5, to post a 34-12 win that puts ECHS on the verge of its most successful season in 7 years. The win not only gives the Blue Devils a 4-2 overall mark and a 3-1 record in Class 4A, Region 1 competition, but almost guarantees the…
ECHS homecoming queen
Nigeria Bradley was crowned homecoming queen during halftime at Escambia County High School’s homecoming activities Friday, September 28. Ms. Bradley was escorted by Jamil Marshall. She was crowned by ECHS Principal Dennis Fuqua. For more on ECHS homecoming. ECHS homecoming court The Escambia County High School Homecoming Court is shown above, from left, Claudaya Crenshaw, freshman; Jakiyah Hixon, sophomore; Lashandrea Kelly, junior; Jasmine Rivers, senior; Homecoming Queen Nigeria Bradley, senior;…
Blue Devils 3-1 heading into homecoming contest
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer For the past few years, most of the excitement of an Escambia County High School homecoming football game has been during the halftime activities. This year, there could be just as much excitement on the field. ECHS struggled a little in the first half, then used a combination of defense and special teams to augment a lethargic offense and score 30 second-half points and…
ECHS homecoming parade OK’d for Friday
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer Atmore City Council members unanimously approved the only item on their Monday, September 24, meeting agenda, giving the green light to a request from Escambia County High School to hold its homecoming parade this Friday, September 28. Tiffany Oliver, a teacher at the school, told the council that ECHS would like to hold the parade at the same time (2 p.m.) as last year,…