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In a surprisingly easy contest, the Port St. Joe girls soccer team scored a 6-0 semi-final win over St. John Paul II (5-5-1) this past Thursday, January 26, at the 2A District 1 tournament hosted by …

Although describing this past weekend’s George Mulligan Memorial tournament at Bay High School as “the highest of highs, (and) lowest of lows,” Wewahitchka boys wrestling coach …

Last Tuesday, Port St. Joe’s soccer teams honored their senior players, and then easily dispatched Munroe High School with the girls winning 8-0 and the boys prevailing 9-2.  With team …

The $2,000 goal seemed ambitious to Monica Barfield when she set up a GoFundMe to help cover the medical bills of local coach and bus driver Keith Chiles earlier this week. But two days later, the …

The Port St. Joe cheer competition team is state bound after their showing at the Region 1 meet at West Nassau High School in Callahan on Jan. 14.  Tiger Shark coach Stephanie Petersen said …

The Port St. Joe boys basketball team had the same kind of results this past week as the girls team did, winning one game and losing two others.  On Tuesday, January 10, Bozeman (10-6) …

This past Friday and Saturday, January 13-14, Wewahitchka High School played host for the 10th annual Gator Brawl wrestling tournament.  Using a scramble format with three brackets, depending …

Port St. Joe’s soccer teams have been busy, with both the boys and girls playing four matches since the start of the new year.  The Tiger Shark boys, now 9-3-3 (4-0-2 in 2A D1), started …

Linda BeHage remembers when pickleball first began picking up steam in Gulf County. She began playing the game with a small group of locals at the courts in Mexico Beach shortly afterwards. Now, …

The Port St. Joe boys basketball team got the new year off to a good start with a 55-25 win at Liberty County (4-8) on Friday, January 6.  Eighth grader Zay Jenkins led the way with 24 …

Wewa girls wrestling  Competing at the 17-team Panhandle Championship tournament hosted by Mosley High School on Saturday, Jan. 7, the Wewahitchka girls wrestlers “had a strong …

Rachel Crisp did the seventh annual Polar Plunge on the Cape Sunday morning, but not for long.  “His goal was two minutes,” she said, pointing out the two others in her trio, …

It’s official now. Following the advice of singer John Denver, DJ Oliver has decided to take the country roads to the place he belongs: “Almost Heaven.”  Oliver, who …

On Friday, December 16, Wewahitchka’s Lady Gator weightlifters competed at the Power of Christmas Invitational in Live Oak, and “had an incredible day,” said Coach David Peavy, with …

The Port St. Joe girls basketball team spotted 6A Lincoln High School a 16-11 first quarter lead before clawing back in the second half to win 52-47 on Tuesday, December 20.  Senior point …

A Q&A with a Port St. Joe track star

Kayla Parker shares about her career, ambitions after running

There is a Texas Longhorn visiting Port St. Joe over the holidays.  No need to worry about getting gored, though, since Kayla Parker is also a Tiger Shark, having graduated from Port St. Joe …

The Port St. Joe boys basketball team won two of three contests this past week, improving to 2-3 on the season.  On Monday, Dec. 12, the Tiger Sharks held on for a 60-56 nailbiter over the …

An official visit this weekend to Morgantown, West Virginia by Port St. Joe running back D.J. Oliver has convinced him he’d rather be a Mountaineer. After decommitting from the University of …

On Monday, December 12, Port St. Joe made it a clean sweep over the visiting Wakulla basketball teams.  In girls action, the Tiger Sharks sped to a 20-3 lead in the first quarter on their way …

After starting the season with four consecutive losses, the Port St. Joe girls basketball team got the antidote they needed with a 52-22 road victory over the Bozeman Bucks on Friday, December …

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