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    Nease Falls to Creekside

    By Brady Lorch (Sports Editor) Recently, on the 27th of March, Nease’s baseball team lost to Creekside in extra innings. Although Nease took a lead after scoring a run in both the first and second innings, Creekside managed to tie the game and sent it into extra innings. Currently 3-0 in the district, this win over Nease helped Creekside remain undefeated in what is considered one of the hardest districts in Florida. Although Nease fans are sad to be defeated, credit must be given to the players for Creekside for taking back the game and remaining undefeated in the district. Key players for Creekside included Daniel Cantu, Josh Frisbee, Connor Hults, and Brice Brindel.  The importance of a game like this can…

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    Winter Guard: New Season, New Show

    By Brady Lorch (Sports Editor) Now that winter is underway, Nease’s Winter Guard is competing in more and more competitions. After starting their practices in December and working hard through to the new year, Nease’s Junior Varsity and Varsity Guard team traveled to Flagler Palm Coast High School to take second place in their division. On the 2nd of February, they competed at Cypress Creek High School in Orlando, taking fourth place in their division. As the season progresses, the Guard will continue to have more competitions, and with practices every other weekday, they will develop their show to perfection. Breanna Miller, a member of the Varsity Winter Guard team,…

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    Sharks Took Over Halftime

    By Brady Lorch (Sports Editor) During halftime at the Nease vs. Ponte Vedra game on the 24th of August at Nease High School, members of the Nease band and color guard were disappointed when they couldn’t perform their full show at this important rivalry game. The reason for this was that Ponte Vedra performed both parts of their performance when they were only supposed to perform the first part. This extended performance cut into precious time for Nease’s performance, allowing them to do only one song before they had to give the field back to the football teams. Many students and parents were excited to see their friends or children…

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    2017 Sports In Review by Hannah Favorite

      Nease High school students are involved in countless sports teams, their hard-work and dedication has taken some teams to districts, states, or even nationals.   After school, countless hours of practice were put into this year’s football season, as well as practices before the season started. The team’s hard work paid off, as they played to victory in 2 games of their season. Nease’s girl golf team won District 6 Championship. Nease’s girls swung their way to Districts where they won runner up and placed fourth at states. They played a score of 308 at districts in total. Our competitive cheer team had been working around the clock. They won first place — Small Varsity Division at the UCA All Out Championships at UNF.…

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    Hey Batter Batter, SWING! by Bailey Peacock

    Nease baseball is swinging into action; they have currently won 7 of the 12 games played.  The season began in January and will continue until May.  Nease High School boys experienced a hard loss to their strongest rival, the Ponte Vedra Sharks, during their football season, and have redeemed themselves by taking the victory in their basketball season.  Now to end the year, the baseball players were put to the ultimate test in their game against Ponte Vedra.  They have come out on top with a winning score of 4-3.  Varsity player, Nick Mueckay (Junior) said, “The Nease baseball team is more than a team – it is a family.…