High School Sports: Chiles Volleyball Rolls, Leon Runner Wins Race

High School Sports: Chiles Volleyball Rolls, Leon Runner Wins Race

Provided below is a round-up of selected high school sporting events that took place during the week beginning Monday, September, 25th.

There were a number of high-profile high school volleyball matches last week. On Tuesday, Sept. 26 the 6A Chiles Timberwolves took on the 3A Florida High Seminoles in Southwood. The Timberwolves took the match 3-0 with set scores of 25-17, 26-24, & 25-14. The Timberwolves were led by Lindsay Smith (15 kills), Kate Stewart (11 kills, 15 digs), Kaylin Johnson (6 kills, 4 blocks) & Delaney Scott-Hannowell (4 blocks). The Seminoles were led by Kenzie Hultquist with 11 kills.

Also on Tuesday, the 5A Lincoln High Trojans traveled to Lynn Haven to face the 6A Mosely Dolphins. The Trojans won 3-2 with set scores of 17-25, 28-26, 25-18, 20-25, & 15-8. The Trojans were led by Alli Tawney (24 kills, 15 digs), Keelah Chambliss (10 kills), freshman Riley Perezluha (4 aces) & L.T. Lozano (21 digs). 

On Thursday, Sept. 28, the Timberwolves faced the Trojans at Lincoln High and won 3-1 with set scores of 25-16, 19-25, 25-7, & 25-10. Chiles was led by Lindsay Smith (16 kills, 4 blocks), Delaney Scott-Hanowell (13 kills, 3 blocks), Kate Stewart (12 kills, 22 digs), and Natalie Gibson (4 aces, 16 digs). The Trojans were led by Alli Tawney (9 kills), Keelah Chambliss (5 kills) and L.T. Lozano (16 digs).

Also on Thursday, the Florida High Seminoles swept the Mosely Dolphins Mosley 3-0 with set scores 25-21, 25-22, & 25-14. The Seminoles were led by Kenzie Hultquist (14 kills, 15 digs), Amelia Wass de Czege (12 kills, 4 blocks), and Eva Goodson (18 digs, 5 aces).

In other action from the week:

The Maclay Marauders lost to South Walton 3-0, the North Florida Christian Eagles beat the Franklin County Seahawks 3-1, and the FAMU Baby Rattlers lost to the Aucilla Christian Warriors 3-0.26th

The Community Leadership Academy Lions beat the Wakulla Christian School 3-1, the FAMU Baby Rattlers beat the Munroe Bobcats 3-1, the Rickards Raiders (Kori Brown 8 kills) beat the Gadsden County Jaguars 3-0, and the NFC Eagles lost to the Aucilla Christian Warriors 3-0.27th

The Rickards Raiders (Tanvee Doddi 8 aces) beat the Port St. Joe Tiger Sharks, 3-0.

The Maclay Marauders beat Valdosta 2-0 and Lee County 2-1 in 2 out of 3 set matches. The Rickards Raiders (Jada Rodgers 6 aces) beat the Madison County Cowboys 3-0, the St. John Paul II Panthers (Olivia Woods 18 kills, 6 aces) beat the Monroe Bobcats 3-1, and the NFC Eagles lost to the Wakulla War Eagles 3-0.

On the football field, the Chiles Timberwolves lost on Friday, Sept. 29 in a road game against the Mosley Dolphins. Mosley took a 7-0 lead into half-time and held on for the victory, 21-14. Trevor Jacobs lead the Timberwolves with 3 receptions for 80 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The Lincoln Trojans lost to the Colquitt County Packers, a top ranked team in Georgia, 56-16. The Wakulla War Eagles beat the Rickards Raiders 35-22. The Godby Cougars defeated the Marianna Bulldogs at home with a final score of 43-21. The NFC Eagles traveled to Maclay and beat the Marauders 46-6. The Florida High Seminoles beat the Trinity Catholic Celtics on the road in a close match, 31-28.

On Friday, Sept. 29 the FSU Invitational & Pre-State Cross Country meet was held at the Apalachee Regional Park. This race included high schools from all over Florida competing in a 5k run. In the team competition – in the Elite Boys division – Chiles High School finished 9th (Jackson Rowe, 15:46.40) and Leon High School finished 14th (Patrick Koon, 14:50.40). Koon finished first in the Elite Boys 5000 Meter run – there were 299 participants.

For the Elite Girls division, Maclay High School finished 4th (Caroline Couch, 18:14.10) and in the Select Girls division, Chiles placed 1st (Kaia Ables, 19:40.30). In the Varsity B Boys, Community Christian School finished 1st (Landon Reeves, 17:45.10).

One Response to "High School Sports: Chiles Volleyball Rolls, Leon Runner Wins Race"

  1. I really enjoy high school sports especially when our grandchildren played volleyball and baseball at Chiles and Lincoln.

    Two or three weeks ago Lincoln was playing Leon in volleyball and we decided to go to the match. You can’t get in if you don’t have a smart phone with an app. You can’t use cash or a credit card for admission and can only use the app.

    Thankfully, a nice lady used her app and I gave her the cash and we got in to see the match.

    Some say the reason for this stupid policy is that they don’t want folks to steal the money.
    The answer for this to have good controls in place.

    FHSSA is running PSA’s to get out and see high school sports, but the high schools make it hard to do.

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