His given name is Nathaniel Nocher, but everyone calls him Turtle.
Nocher, who is the frontrunner to replace Jerome Brazan as the Crestview High School quarterback, said his dad gave him the nickname when he was younger.
Shortly before Friday’s 7 p.m. start time of Crestview’s spring football game against Pensacola High, the skies above Jack Foster Stadium opened up with a steady, and at times hard, rain that continued throughout the evening.
If Okaloosa County offered an All-Sports Champion award to the best middle school program in the district, there’s a good chance it would go to the Davidson Panthers.
Davidson claimed its second county championship of the 2022-23 school year on May 3 when the Panther baseball team traveled to Ruckel and beat the Rams 14-0.
Less than 24 hours after the Crestview baseball season ended on May 1, Jaden Appleby was on the football practice field the following afternoon as he began preparation for his senior season.
Appleby, who was the second-leading tackler for the Bulldogs in 2022 with 68 totals hits, is looking forward to his senior season on the gridiron.
Katiya Casey won’t be traveling far to play her college basketball.
The graduating Lady Bulldog point guard recently announced she will be making the trip west on Interstate 10 to play for Pensacola State College.
It seemed fitting that the sun had set and the moon was rising in the early spring sky as the District 2-6A softball game between Crestview and Niceville came to an end Thursday evening.
The setting sun symbolized the end of the season for one team.
The 2023 baseball season came to an end for Crestview High School in the first round of the District 2-6A tournament.
Niceville handed the Bulldogs a 9-2 loss that was indicative of how the season went for Crestview.
One was the loneliest number for the Crestview High School baseball team on Monday as the Bulldogs hosted West Florida in the last home game of the regular season.
Bulldog leadoff hitter Bryson Martin reached base and scored in the first inning. For a while it looked like the run would be enough, but it wasn’t.
Crestview Bulldogs softball traveled to Choctawhatchee High School Thursday, April 20, for an important pre-playoff matchup.
After a tough first inning, where they gave up three runs, the Bulldogs began a methodical comeback, scoring a single run each inning until the top of the 7th inning, when they blew the game wide open with a Cambell Toolan home run that brought in three runners.