With the interim now off his title, Thomas Grant is in full charge as head coach of the Crestview High School football team.
Grant was pleased with what he has seen as the Bulldogs neared the end of the second week of spring practice.
It’s uncertain if members of the Crestview High School baseball team are familiar with Murphy’s Law, which states, “If it can go wrong, it will, and at the worst possible time.”
Even if they aren’t they experienced Tuesday afternoon in Tuesday’s District 1-6A semifinal game at Pace High School.
Crestview High School sent two lifters to the Class 3A state weightlifting championships in Port St. Joe last week, Caleb Krumnow and Marcus Patterson. Both lifters performed well.
Patterson, a senior, took fifth place in Traditional in the 239-pound weight class. Krumnow was even better winning a state championship in snatch in the 219-pound weight class.
What looked to be a walk in the park for the Crestview baseball team against county rival Choctawhatchee turned into a wild ride home on Friday.
The Bulldogs held a 5-0 lead after three innings and seemed to be well in control of the game as starting pitcher Anthony St. Vincent was on cruise control.
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