Josh Frye

Pumping iron
NHS’s Carach lifts way into girls state match Naudia Carach By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Northview High School weightlifter Naudia Carach recently became the first NHS female in three years to earn a shot at the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 1A weightlifting title. Carach, daughter of Sheena and Jacob Carach of Bratt, Fla., earned the opportunity by placing fourth at the FHSAA 1A regionals in Live Oak, Fla.…
Rams in PCC’s Final Four
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Atmore Christian still has high championship hopes after defeating South Baldwin, 66-57, last Thursday, February 11, and sending the Rams into the Panhandle Christian Conference Final Four Tournament, which will be played at East Hill Christian in Pensacola, Fla. at 7:30 p.m. this Friday, February 19. “We are overjoyed with the opportunity to have the chance to win our first championship,” ACS head coach Tim…
EA knocks off Edgewood, plays Wed. for state title
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Escambia Academy’s basketball team is state championship-bound after a 56-25 romp past Edgewood Academy last Thursday, February 11, in the AISA Class AA Final 4 pairings. With first-year head coach Willie White at the reins, EA launched past Edgewood to earn a slot in the state title game against Macon East. The game was to be played at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 17, at Montgomery’s…
Rams knock off S. Baldwin, advance in PCC title chase
By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Atmore Christian School continues the search for its first state championship after posting a 59-50 win over South Baldwin in the first round of the Panhandle Christian Conference playoffs last Thursday, February 4. Caeden Battles hit for 21 points to lead the Rams in scoring. Gage Gades added 13, Emmett Battles contributed 11, Reese White and Titus Dean added six each, and Dexter Smoker scored…
EA in state semifinals
Cougars knock off South Choctaw, Chambers; set sights on Edgewood By JOSH FRYE News Sportswriter Despite a slow start this season, Escambia Academy’s basketball team finds itself just one game away from a shot at the AISA Class AA state championship after defeating South Choctaw Academy, 70-35, on February 2 and Chambers Academy, 59-52, in Montgomery last Saturday, February 11. Red-hot shooting from the floor paved the way to the…