The first matchup between Blountstown and Port St. Joe this season was the definition of a defensive struggle, with Tigers kicker James Shores hitting a 40-yard field goal in the final minute to give Blountstown a 3-0 victory Oct. 20 in Port St. Joe DUSTIN KENT News Herald Assistant Sports Editor @PCNHDustinKent BLOUNTSTOWN — The first matchup between Blountstown and Port St. Joe this season was the definition of a defensive struggle, with Tigers kicker James Shores hitting a 40-yard field...
DUSTIN KENT News Herald Assistant Sports Editor @PCNHDustinKent When Blountstown steps on the field Friday to take on Baker in the 1A state semifinals, it will be nearly one year to the day since the Gators broke the Tigers’ hearts and ended their season with a 20-19 victory in the 2016 state semis.However, Blountstown coach Greg Jordan said his team has not been motivated by a desire to get redemption for last year’s loss, but rather by the opportunity that his 15 seniors have to end their...
DUSTIN KENT News Herald Assistant Sports Editor @PCNHDustinKent
PANAMA CITY — The Gulf Coast men’s basketball team returns home Thursday for the first of two games in the Visit Panama City Beach Thanksgiving Classic at the Billy Harrison Field House.The Commodores (6-1) take on Polk State on Thursday at 5 p.m., and then face Walters State at noon Saturday.
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