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Summer Approaching…

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Another school year has almost come and gone. Students’ last day of school in Santa Rosa County is Friday, June 1st. Have a fun, happy, and most importantly SAFE summer! Check back on northsantarosa.com for summer events and activities.  

Gameday

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Tonight, JHS hosts Uriah. 7pm See you there!

Gameday

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Regional Finals Softball Wewa @ Jay—7pm

Lady Royals Win District

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In front of a packed house at JHS (estimated 500 plus) the Royals downed Northview 8-5 to win the district championship  (Brian Watson’s 8th as head coach).  

Updates from Regionals in Tallahassee

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PCA Sweeps District Track Meet at Jay

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On Wednesday Jay hosted the District 1A track meet. In both the boys and girls sides, the PCA Warriors were crowned champion. The Lady Royals finished 6th in the district while the boys finished 4th. Listed below are the members of the track teams that advanced to regionals and will be competing at the FHSAA […]

Jay Baseball Tops Escambia Academy

The Royals traveled to Atmore to face EA Monday night.  Jay took home the victory 12-9.  T. Flowers, Burgess, and Cook each had two hits.  Kelley, J. Flowers, and T. Flowers each had a walk. Burgess and Burkhead had three RBIs and Seib added two more.   Flowers and Pierce were both on the mound for […]

Jay Beats Northview in 11 innings

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The Jay Royals traveled to Northview  Tuesday for basesball.  The Chiefs took the lead early scoring three in the first.  Jay fought back to tie them, and then the battle began.  It took 11 innings, but the Royals’ bats came alive in the top of the 11th to score five runs.  The final score was […]

Jay Weightlifting Results

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James Eddings won his weight division at the regional weight meet and will be advancing to the state weightlifting meet on Friday, April 6th.

Jay Baseball Beats Northview 4-2

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The Royals beat rival Northview 4-2 Tuesday night in Jay.  The winning pitcher for Jay was J. Majors with eight strikeouts. T. Flowers and Miller each had two hits for Jay.  Smith walked, and Archer had two RBIs.