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Watch Gulf Coast 7-on-7 Tournament on iHigh

Jun 26, 2012 • Gulf Coast 7 on 7
iHigh.com, the nation's Number One digital television network for high school sports, and the National Select 7 on 7 Championship presented by Under Armour have announced that football fans around the world can enjoy live video from the Gulf Coast 7-on-7 Tournament. More

Watch Gulf Coast Regional 7 on 7 LIVE on iHigh This Weekend

Jul 8, 2011 • Gulf Coast 7 on 7
The National Select 7 on 7 Championships presented by Under Armour, along with iHigh.com, the Global Youth Network, announced today that football fans across the country can view live video from the Gulf Coast Regional 7 on 7 this weekend. More

Parade All-America HS Football Team Announced

Jan 27, 2010 • Cretin Derham Hall
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Parade Magazine has announced its 2010 All-America High School Football Team. The announcement will appear in the January 30th issue of the magazine. More

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'Green bus' idea propels Niceville students into finalist spot

Nov 18, 2014 • The Northwest Florida Daily News
NICEVILLEOkaloosa County is one step closer to a greener school bus thanks to a proposal gaining traction in a national competition. Ben Shuman and his robotics students at Niceville High School were recently named one of the five state finalists ... More

Niceville's defense paves the way in win over Tate

Nov 22, 2014 • Pensacola News Journal
Niceville quarterback Colby Tuthill looks for a clean path to run Friday during a Region 1-7A semifinal against the Tate Aggies. Niceville shut out Tate 34-0. (Photo: , Ben Twingley/btwingley@pnj.com). Fullscreen. Niceville High School fans celebrate a ... More

Tate faces Niceville in 1-7A semifinal

Nov 20, 2014 • USA TODAY High School Sports
A second chance. In life it can be one of the most-treasured intangible gifts. Friday in the Region 1-7A semifinal, the Tate Aggies will get another shot at the Niceville Eagles — one of the most-hyped teams in North Florida, which handed the Aggies a ... More

Student wins iPad for Jingle Bell Jog logo

Nov 28, 2014 • The Northwest Florida Daily News
The Niceville High School junior's design is the logo for this year's Jingle Bell Jog, which is used to raise money to help the families of Army 7th Special Forces (Airborne). In addition to seeing the fruits of his labor on hundreds – or thousands if ... More

Community Meetings Nov. 29

Nov 28, 2014 • Destin Log
The Republican Women of Okaloosa Federated will meet at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 3 at the Wyndam Garden Hotel on Okaloosa Island. Special holiday entertainment will be provided by the Choctawhatchee High School Chorus. Attendees are encouraged to bring ... More

Today in Local History – November 28

Nov 28, 2014 • The Northwest Florida Daily News (blog)
A Crestview man was dead and a companion jailed as a result of a deer hunting accident in North Okaloosa County. The companion was jailed on a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and several hunting infractions. Investigators had ... More

Prep football teams deal with dynamic weather change

Nov 20, 2014 • Pensacola News Journal
•WHERE: Niceville High School. •WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday. •RADIO: 1490 AM, 103.3 FM, 1230 AM. Region 1-6A. •WHO: Navarre vs. Choctawhatchee. •WHERE: Choctawhatchee High School. •WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Friday. Region 1-5A. •WHO: West Florida at ... More

SCHOOL SCOOPS: Students exercising, helping others

Nov 11, 2014 • The Northwest Florida Daily News
Help the Niceville High School Eagle Pride Band follow its winning football team through the playoffs to the state 7A championship. ... Send e-mail to skLscoops@cox.net; send postal mail to School Scoops, P.O. Box 2949, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549. More

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