Army Veteran Will be Fighting the  Odds in His First MMA Bout Sports

Army Veteran Will be Fighting the Odds in His First MMA Bout

September 30, 2015

              By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer His body has been broken and injured in several places. His foot, ankle and calf have been reconstructed, as well as, he’s had multiple surgeries.   But don’t tell Bill Geiger, 41, that he has no

Godby Dismantles Leon With Strong  Show on Offense, Tough Defense Sports

Godby Dismantles Leon With Strong Show on Offense, Tough Defense

September 30, 2015

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer After losing by two touchdowns a week earlier at Niceville, Godby High School came into Gene Cox Stadium with a bit of a chip on its shoulder.   The Cougars’ opponent, Leon High School, came in search of a

Fans Eager to See Rattlers’ First Home Game at Bragg Stadium Sports

Fans Eager to See Rattlers’ First Home Game at Bragg Stadium

September 30, 2015

          By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Finally the road woes will end Saturday for the FAMU football team, which dropped its first three games and have given up more than 100 points in the process.   But not even a losing record and the

Former Eagles Manns, Gardner Join Notre Dame College Softball

September 22, 2015

        Special to the Outlook Two former Tallahassee Community College softball standouts – Shelby Manns and Liz Gardner – are now members of the softball program at Notre Dame College.   Manns, who played at Tallahassee in 2014 and 2015, transferred to Notre Dame and will continue

Lincoln Will Rest After Beating Manatee for First Victory Feature

Lincoln Will Rest After Beating Manatee for First Victory

September 22, 2015

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer There were plenty of telltale signs in practice last week that there was a better-than-average chance that Lincoln High School’s losing streak wouldn’t go beyond three games.   When quarterback Chris Brimm found his receivers, he did so with

Wood: No Need to Panic After  Rattlers Suffer Second Straight Loss Sports

Wood: No Need to Panic After Rattlers Suffer Second Straight Loss

September 22, 2015

            By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer After the FAMU football team dropped it’s first game, coach Alex Wood was optimistic he’d see some improvements from the Rattlers last weekend against Samford University.   He did. But just for two quarters. On top of

Sauls was a Significant Player, Coach in Leon’s Football History Feature

Sauls was a Significant Player, Coach in Leon’s Football History

September 22, 2015

        By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer There is a big event planned for Cascades Park on Oct. 2 to celebrate Leon High School’s 100 years of playing football.   Jim Sauls will be a part of it. Actually he had been involved since the planning

FAMU Volleyball Coach has Mixed Feeling About  Benefits of International Competition Sports

FAMU Volleyball Coach has Mixed Feeling About Benefits of International Competition

September 15, 2015

      By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Despite all of the hoopla over the world-class experience that three FAMU volleyball players bring to this year’s Rattlers team, coach Tony Trifonov has mixed feelings about the affects of summertime competition on his players.   The upside is that

FSU Cheer and Dance Kick Off 2015  Season With “Spear-It Day” Sports

FSU Cheer and Dance Kick Off 2015 Season With “Spear-It Day”

September 15, 2015

      By Bre-Shara McCall Outlook Writer On Sept. 5, Florida State University Cheer and Golden Girls Dance Team held their annual Spear-It Day to kick off the first game of the season against Texas State University.   Spear-It Day is a cheer and dance clinic, specializing in teaching

Rickards Gets Past Leon with 12-10 Victory Sports

Rickards Gets Past Leon with 12-10 Victory

September 15, 2015

By St. Clair Murraine Outlook Staff Writer Leon High School fans finally got something to cheer about in its game against Rickards High School.   Their football team was inside the 20 with fewer than 10 seconds left in the final quarter, needing just a field goal to secure a