Category: Sports

The Gulf Breeze Dolphin football team won their first district championship since 1989, and it was also their first win over Navarre since 2006. The rivalry game was settled by a score of 31-28 in Navarre territory. The game was never one sided and momentum switched constantly. Navarre struck first on their second drive of…

Kaepernick: Free speech or disrespect?

Colin Kaepernick used to be the starting quarterback for the San Fransisco 49ers, and now, he’s created more controversy than any other football ever has. Before the start of every professional NFL football game, athletes and spectators alike rise during the national anthem to honor and admire the country. These men and women who stand…

Dolphins Dominate Football Season

Dolphins dominated their first two games against Choctaw and Catholic. The new head football coach, Coach Clayton, has changed the program to reflect a new style a playing at Gulf Breeze. Coach Cook said, “Summer training was brutal. Those boys worked harder this summer than they ever have before. Clayton had them flipping tractor tires…

Lochte’s Money Locked Down

Ryan Lochte has had far more than his 15 minutes of fame regarding his tipsy vandalism incident in Rio during the 2016 Summer Olympics. The University of Florida grad admitted to over exaggerating the happenings of his frat-boy-like rampage, originally claiming he and 3 other U.S. swimmers, Jack Conger, Gunnar Bentz, and Jimmy Feigen, were…

The Olympic games came to close in Rio on August 21 after 16 days of fierce competition. The United States finished with 46 gold medals, 37 silver medals, and 38 bronze medals over all. This puts the overall medal count at 121 medals overall. The United States has been the highest medaling country in every…

Brian Richards is a senior at Gulf Breeze High School and he has proved to be quite the golfer. On July 21 and 22, Richards was qualified for the 116th U.S. Amateur Golf Championship while he was playing at Pensacola Country Club, where he shot 71-70. Richards missed the first five days of school to…