Youth Fooball Camp
Choctaw TD Club Newsletter
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Choctaw Football 2014 Sponsor Information
CLICK HERE - for a copy of the brochure.
EVO Shield Fitting
Choctaw football players get fitted for EVO shield protective gear from the Taylor Haugen Foundation. Thank you Brian and Kathy Haugen.
Parent Football Meeting - Feb 12 (Media Center @ 6PM)
The following will be discussed:
Spring Schedule, Expectations, Summer Schedule, Philosophy, Concerns, Discussion, Booster Club, Upcoming Events, 2014 Season.
PLAYER INFO FORM - CLICK HERE. Please complete and turn in at the meeting to be included in football email communication.
Choctaw Golf Tournament
The anual spring golf tournement will be held at Shalimar Pointe on March 15th. Click the link below for mrore information. CLICK HERE
Choctaw run ends at Bartram Trail
ST. JOHNS — The six seniors stood with arms locked in a small huddle, tears running down their faces as they a mourned a postseason run that ended too early.
Map to Bartram Trail Game - Link to Directions
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Choctaw redeems earlier loss to Navarre, advances to Region 1-6A Finals
NAVARRE — This time the lead held up.
More than a month removed from squandering a 28-7 advantage to District 2-6A champion Navarre, Choctaw received 260 total yards and a pair of scores from John Hicks and two touchdowns from Garrison Floyd en route to a 28-21 Region 1-6A semifinal win over the Raiders.
FHSAA Playoff Bracket
Pre-Sale tickets to Friday Night’s game at Navarre will be on Sale in Front Office at Choctaw Wed. through Friday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. All Tickets are $8:00. See Katherine McInnis
Round 2: Choctaw travels to Navarre for Region 1-6A semifinal
NAVARRE – Navarre and Choctaw’s regular-season tilt on Oct. 18 more than lived up to the hype.
In that district championship-deciding matchup, the Raiders scored 28 unanswered to pull off a 35-28 win and a second straight District 2-6A title. A month later it’s time for Round 2, and the reward this time around is a trip to the Region 1-6A finals. Read More
Prep Rewind: Area big schools shine in playoffs
Choctaw, a year removed from a 3-7 campaign, dominated Pace in a Region 1-6A quarterfinal 47-10 win to assert its position as a postseason dark horse. Read More
Choctaw wins overtime thriller to cap 7-3 season
FORT WALTON BEACH - An overtime extra point by kicker Colin Shannon provided the difference, as Choctaw finished its regular season at 7-3 after a thrilling overtime win over Florida High at Joe Etheredge Stadium on Friday night. Read More .
Choctaw Wins 19-7
Choctaw's win over FWB puts the Indians into the playoffs. CLICK HERE for the playoff bracket.
FORT WALTON BEACH – Welcome to Choctawhatchee football lore, Patrick Keefe.
With Choctaw nursing a tenuous six-point lead and just three minutes remaining in the annual showdown against Fort Walton Beach, Keefe chose the perfect time for the biggest play of his life, as the junior linebacker dropped into coverage, intercepted a pass from Fort Walton Beach QB Colby Tuthill and raced 30 yards for a touchdown. Read More .
Getting Ready for THE GAME
(Special Thanks to Bill Martin, Sally Reagan and Jody Neely - Student Artist: Emory Shelton, James Gasbarro, Samantha Shaw, Taylor Reynolds, Cody Garland
Playoff berth at stake
FORT WALTON BEACH – No matter the stakes, the annual showdown between city rivals Fort Walton Beach and Choctaw stands out as one of the area’s most anticipated football games each season.
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Choctaw vs FWB Tickets
Tickets for Friday nights football game will go on sale in the front office start ring Wednesday, October 30th. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 8am and 1 pm.
Choctawhatchee and Fort Walton Beach
WHEN: November 1, 2013
TIME: 7:00 Kick-Off
Location: Choctawhatchee - Joe Ethridge Stadium
NOTE: The first meeting between these two teams took place in 1971. The current series is tied at 21, with the Vikings wininging in 2012.
For more information and history on the Choctawhatchee vs Fort Walton Beach Rivalry, check out the SPIRT section of our school's website. CLICK HERE
The letter shown to the right, will be distributed at both Choctaw High School and FWB High School on Monday, October 28th. This letter is written to the parents of both schools and it is signed by Mrs. Gates (Choctaw's Principal) and by Mrs. Couvillon (FWB's Principal).
Again, we would like to remind our fans, students and parents that SPORTSMANSHIP is having pride in your school, your team and yourself. Please help us enjoy this weeks game by having pride in your school and doing the right thing.
CLICK HERE to read the letter
Navarre scores 28 unanswered, defeats Choctaw
NAVARRE – From the season's outset, Navarre refused to buy into any notion that it was rebuilding.
Despite losing seven starters on each side of the line, most notably Daily News Big School Player of the Year and running back Jay Warren, Clemson tight end Jordan Leggett and quarterback Andrew Rieves, the "reloading" term was instead adopted for a program looking to build on the success of its first Final Four trip
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District decider? Navarre, Choctaw meet in 2-6A clash
Navarre – While the results couldn’t have been more disparate, last week’s postgame comments from Choctaw head coach Greg Thomas and Navarre head coach Jay Walls ran hand-in-hand.
Choctaw scores 60, drills East Gadsden
FORT WALTON BEACH – Choctaw head coach Greg Thomas viewed his football team’s Friday night game against East Gadsden as a final tuneup for District 2-6A play.
Choctaw Hall of Fame
Two former Choctaw football coaches and one former player will be inducted into the Choctaw Hall of Fame tonight during halftime.
Choctaw football with 'informational, motivational' visit to Special Forces
EGLIN AFB – Interested in putting their football players through a team-building exercise, Choctaw High School turned to the ultimate team on Sunday.
Kelly, late defensive stop lead Rickards over Choctaw
FORT WALTON BEACH — When asked how Choctaw hoped to contain Rickards quarterback Charlie Kelly, Indians head coach Greg Thomas said the key was “limiting the big plays.”
Homecoming Dance UPDATE (AS of Oct 4 @ 12:35pm)
All morning events for Friday will continue previously scheduled. However, the game time has been changed to 5pm. Homecoming floats and other activites will start at 4pm.
UPDATE - Tomorrow's HC Dance has been reshcuedled for next Friday (Oct. 11th). The game time for next week has been moved up to 6pm and the HC Dance will take place from 9:30-12:30.
Choctaw’s administrators are closely monitoring Tropical Storm Karen in the Gulf of Mexico, and how the storm may impact our Homecoming festivities this weekend. Currently, all events are scheduled to go on as planned.
CLICK HERE for a list of events.
Choctaw rebounds, drills Northview
Choctaw rebounded from its first loss to the season with a convincing 35-0 win at Northview Friday night. The Indians (4-1) led 14-0 at the half before exploding in the second half for 21 straight points in the blowout victory. Read More
Pre-Sale Tickets to Choctaw vs FWB game
Early General Admission Ticket Sales:
Location: Choctaw High School Administration Office
Dates: Wednesday, October 30th (8:00 am - 1:00 pm)
Thursday, October 31st (8:00 am - 1:00 pm)
Friday, November 1st (8:00 am - 1:00 pm)
Cost: $6.00 for Adults
$5.00 for Students
These tickets are GENERAL ADMISSION ONLY!!!!
Map to Northview Game - Link to Directions
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View Images from Military Night (Gulf Breeze Game)
Click Here to view images from Scott's Event Photo.
Niceville humbles Choctaw
NICEVILLE – Don't worry Choctaw, teams like Rutherford, Pace and Pine Forest feel your pain.
Joining a list of schools that had been outscored by Niceville 141-27 in the opening three weeks, Choctaw (3-1) could do nothing to stop Niceville (4-0) Friday night en route to a 56-3 loss.
Niceville, Choctaw face off in battle of unbeatens
As far as big-school area rivalries are concerned, Fort Walton Beach versus Choctaw and Niceville versus Crestview typically capture top billing.
Due to both geographical reasons and this season’s slimmed down, three-team districts, the bad blood makes sense. But quietly a new rivalry has entered the fray: Choctaw and Niceville.
Prep Rewind: Week 3 delivers and then some
In a 31-14 win over Gulf Breeze, Choctaw’s defense was dominant. The Indians sacked Gulf Breeze QB Slade Jarmon 11 times, including eight takedowns after halftime. Read More
Blocked punt sparks Choctaw win
FORT WALTON BEACH -- Struggling to pull away from Gulf Breeze late in the third quarter of Friday night’s game at Joe Etheredge Stadium, Choctaw needed someone to step up and make a play.
Friday night preview: Navarre, Choctaw at home
Indians aim to continue hot start
FORT WALTON BEACH – Choctaw has taken down a perennial playoff contender in Pace. The Indians have knocked off a county rival in Crestview.
Two weeks into the season and the Indians have produced back-to-back, down-to-the-wire wins, proving once and for all this isn’t the same program that went 1-6 last year in games decided by a single possession.
“We’ve learned to come together in close games,” Choctaw head coach Greg Thomas said following last week’s 14-13 win at Crestview. “There’s just no quit in our guys.”
Crestview, Choctaw meet in game of the week
CRESTVIEW – Tim Hatten had little time to celebrate.
Sitting on a bus on the way home from a road game at Milton where his Bulldogs had earned a come-from-behind 14-13 win in the final minutes last Friday night, Hatten spoke briefly with the Daily News and admitted that any jubilation from the comeback win would be short-lived.
Prep football: Capsules
CHOCTAW (1-0) at CRESTVIEW (1-0)
The Facts: The Game of the Week in the Daily News coverage area, tonight’s clash between county rivals features a pair of teams looking to build on big wins from week 1. Choctaw stood tall at home with a late defensive stand to preserve a 34-27 win over Pace, while Crestview erased a 10-0 halftime deficit to earn a 14-13 win at Milton.
Floyd, late goal-line stand lead Choctaw past Pace
FORT WALTON BEACH – It touched on all the great points of an offensive shootout.
Choctaw quarterback Garrison Floyd delivered the game of his young career with 186 yards of offense and four scores, and running back John Hicks dazzled with a 143 yards and a score.
Away we go: Choctaw hosts Pace in opener
FORT WALTON BEACH – On just the second day of preseason practices, Choctaw head coach Greg Thomas threw down the gauntlet of a district title. It was a bold decree, one that reinforced the veteran coach’s trust in a team to navigate a league that includes rivals Navarre and Fort Walton Beach.
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Magnet Order Form
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