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Today's Sports

  • Tadlock commits to play for...

     

    Matthew Tadlock got an early Christmas present this year - although he really put in a lot hard years work to make it happen - he got the offer to sign on for college baseball. The South Sumter pitcher signed with North Florida University Ospreys.

    He talks about his early years in baseball and said, "My parents signed me up for baseball and I've been playing ever since."

    He has a sense of humor, even when it comes to himself.

  • Wildcats head to playoffs

    The Wildwood Wildcats just keep on going. The Wildcats walked onto their home field last Friday, Nov. 3, with an undefeated season. The Bell High School Bulldogs sought to end that streak, but Wildwood hung onto their zero loss season record with their third shut out game of the year. 

    This is the first time in over thirty years that Wildwood has finished the regular season completely undefeated.

  • Captain's Take - Deontae...

    To view clip on South Sumter Raiders' Deontae Grant, click on the video at the bottom of the page ... 

  • Granger Leggett -Captain's...

    To view a clip on South Sumter Raiders' Granger Leggett, click the video at the bottom of the page ...

  • Zack Harris - Raider captain

    To view Zack's clip, click the video at the bottom of the page.

  • Tyree Bryant - Wildwood Captain

    To view the clip from Tyree, click on the video at the bottom of the page.

  • Captain's Take - Wildcat...

    To view the clip of Wildwood Wildcats Demarlon Lollar, click the video at the bottom of the page.

  • Captain's Take - Raider...

    To view the clip of South Sumter's Wyatt Shaw, click on the video at the bottom of the page.

  • Wildcats bite Bulldogs

    With Hurricane Irma past and cleanup progressing, attention turns back to the great parts of everyday life. 

    That is exactly what the Wildwood Wildcats did last Friday night, as they defended their home field and their undefeated season against the Umatilla Bulldogs. 

    It was a fierce battle, but despite a late rally from the Bulldogs, the Wildcats claimed another victory and continued their undefeated season.

    Both teams came into the game strong. 

  • Raiders get stung by Hornets

    The South Sumter Raiders travelled to Orlando last Friday, Sept. 22, to face off against the Bishop Moore Hornets. 

    The Raiders fought hard, trying to bring home victory, but in the end the Hornets took the game 42-20.