Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 27 Days

Levonte Geisser
Tyson Brown
Avery Beisel
Matthew Poynter
27 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
27 games ago – Navarre 53, Choctaw 7 – (2018)
 
Box Score
Navarre……17 15 14 7 – 53
Choctaw…..0 7 0 0 – 7
 
As soon as the Raiders (4-0) got off the bus, they were putting points up on the board in this one. Kevin Taich got the scoring started with a 28-yard FG and Jaydin Antonio (77 yard TD reception) and Quinn Caballero (69 yard TD reception) would give Navarre a 17-0 lead after one.
 
Even the defense got into the scoring as Matthew Downey recorded a safety. Josh Carter added a 1-yard TD run and Dante Wright hauled in a 40-yard TD pass from Marlon Courtney and the Raiders found themselves comfortably ahead at the half, 32-7.
 
Navarre would add three rushing TDs in the second half, one each from Chris Williams, Jebari Mitchell and Jaydin Antonio.  On the night, Marlon Courtney went 7-11 for 211 yards and two TDs and Navarre rushed for 229 yards on 36 carries, with Antonio leading the way with 81 yards on five carries. Caballero contributed 89 yards on two receptions.
 
On defense, Josh Carter and Xayvion Thomas led the way with seven tackles each and the Raiders totaled 12 tackles for loss, with Jordan Jefferson and Alex Gilchrist registering three each in the win.
 
Raiders who wore #27:
DB Lavonte Geisser – Class of 2015
DB Tyson Brown – Class of 2017
DB Avery Biesel – Class of 2018
LB Matthew Poynter – Class of 2020
 
Current Raider wearing #27:
DB Austin Wright – Class of 2022
 
Statistics that involve #27:
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Freeport (Week 3 – 1998)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Arlington Country Day (Week 1 – 2003)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Crestview (Week 9 – 2005)
27 – solo tackles in a season – Ryan Diamco (2015)
27 – tackles (solo/assists) in a season – Lee Jones (2015)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Washington (Week 2 – 2017)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Escambia (Week 6 – 2017)
27 – solo tackles in a season – Bryson Brewer (2017)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Escambia (Week 7 – 2018)
27 – points scored in a game – vs. Crestview (Playoffs – 2018)
27 – solo tackles in a season – Grady Kelly (2019)
27 – points scored in a season – Preston Penton (2020)
 
Navarre is 20-7 in their last 27 games and leads the all-time series against Choctaw, 9-7. The Indians have outscored the Raiders in the series, 423-419.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 28 Days

Will Sutter
Jay Klosinski
Matthew Downey
Jackson Rainwater
28 days (4 weeks) to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
28 games ago – Navarre 41, Crestview 35 (OT) – (2018)
 
Box Score
Crestview…21 7 0 7 0 – 35
Navarre……0 0 7 28 6 – 41
 
The Raiders (3-0) came out flat in the first half and the Bulldogs took advantage of it and went to the half up 28-0. Jay Stanton got the scoring started with a 68-yard TD run and the Voisin brothers had back to back 69-yard TD receptions to end the first quarter scoring. Marquis McCoy would add a 29-yard TD reception in the second quarter.
 
Navarre finally got on the board on a 3-yard run by Dante Wright at the 8:24 mark of the third quarter, but the Raiders still trailed 28-7 going to the fourth. At 9:59, Wright scored his second from 10 yards out and two minutes later, Josh Carter would score from 8 yards out to cut the lead to 28-20. Navarre got the ball back and Carter tallied his second rushing TD of the game and with a successful two-point conversion, the game was tied at 28. The Raiders were not finished as Wright gave them the lead on a 11-yard run with 2:07 on the clock.
 
That was enough time for the Bulldogs to drive down the field and tie the game up with 33 seconds left on a 3-yard run by Stanton sending the game to overtime. Crestview went on offense to start the overtime period, but the possession was short lived as Carter stepped in front of a Jack Corbin pass and now all the Raiders needed was a score of any type to pull off the comeback win. Wright took care of that as he scored his fourth rushing TD of the night from nine yards out to send the Navarre faithful home in jubilation.
 
Marlon Courtney III finished the night 15-29 for 186 yards and Quinn Caballero hauled in two receptions for 96 yards. Wright had six receptions for 78 yards.
 
Jack Corbin led the Bulldogs offense as he went 14-27 for 256 yards and three TDs. Jaden Voisin with five receptions for 108 yards and a score and Jay Stanton added 128 yards rushing on 23 carries and two TDs.
 
Xayvion Thomas led the Raider defense with eight tackles (5 solo/3 assists/2 TFL) and Mitchell Hunt had three of Navarre’s nine tackles for loss on the night.
 
Raiders who wore #28:
RB/DB Will Sutter – Class of 2014
LB Jay Klosinski – Class of 2016
DB Matthew Downey – Class of 2019
LS Jackson Rainwater – Class of 2021
 
Current Raider wearing #28:
DB Conner Baird – Class of 2023
 
Statistics that involve #28:
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Crestview (Week 8 – 2001)
28 – touchdown passes in a career – Austin Grimm (2006-07)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Rutherford (Week 1 – 2007)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Milton (Week 4 – 2008)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Niceville (Playoffs – 2010) – First playoff win in history
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Washington (Week 1 – 2011)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Mosley (Week 9 – 2012)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2012)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Columbia (Playoffs – 2012)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Pace (Week 3 – 2013)
28 – solo tackles in a season – Nolan Garrett (2016)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 9 – 2016)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. St Augustine (Playoffs – 2016)
28 – solo tackles in a season – James Segrest (2017)
28 – receptions in a season – Quinn Caballero (2017)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Milton (Week 7 – 2017)
28 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 1 – 2019)
28 – solo tackles in a season – Jaden Rivera (2019)
 
Navarre is 21-7 in their last 28 games and leads the all-time series against Crestview, 11-7. The Raiders have outscored the Bulldogs in the series, 485-376.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 29 Days

Nolan LeMaitre
Jessie Holmes
Alex Cork
Omari Green
Preston Penton
29 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
29 games ago – Navarre 53, Washington 12 (2018)
 
Box Score
Washington…0 0 0 12 – 12
Navarre………26 14 6 7 – 53
 
The Raiders (2-0) returned home for the first time in 2018 as they hosted the Wildcats. The fireworks started early as Navarre built up a 40-0 lead at the half. The Raiders would go on to put up their first of three 50+ points in a game on the season in the win.
 
Marlon Courtney III went 6-8 for 112 yards and a TD with a QBR of 153.6 as he found six different receivers on the night. Quinn Caballero had the lone touchdown reception. Chris Williams led the ground attack with 11 carries for 78 yards and two touchdowns. Josh Carter found the end zone twice as well and Jaydin Antonio produced the other rushing touchdown.
 
The Raider defense held the Wildcats to 181 yards of total offense (25 passing/156 rushing). Isaiah Heyward led the way with six tackles and Matthew Downey, Marvin Bryant and Xayvion Thomas added five tackles each.
 
Raiders who wore #29:
DB Nolan LeMaitre – Class of 2011 – serving in U.S. Army
LB Jessie Holmes – Class of 2013
DB Alex Cork – Class of 2015 – serving in U.S. Air Force
RB Omari Green – Class of 2018 – played at Southwest CC (CA) & is currently at Lake Erie College (OH)
K Preston Penton – Class of 2021
 
Current Raider wearing #29:
DB Jack Briley – Class of 2024
 
Statistics that involve #29:
29 – points scored in a game – vs. Walton (Week 3 – 1999)
29 – rushing touchdowns in a career – Patrick Hess (2002-03) – 4th All-Time
29 – solo tackles in a season – Michael Sandle (2013 & 2014)
29 – total tackles (solo/assists) in a season – Kyle Arrasmith (2013)
29 – receptions in a season – Tyrell Courtney (2014)
29 – assisted tackles in a season – Everette Alford (2014)
29 – assisted tackles in a season – Anthony Miller (2014)
29 – assisted tackles in a season – Ryan Diamco (2015)
29 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 8 – 2017)
29 – receiving touchdowns in a career – Dante Wright (2016-18) – Navarre Record
29 – solo tackles in a career – Connor Eastwood (2019-20)
29 – assisted tackles in a season – Devin Wright (2019)
29 – solo tackles in a season – Xayvion Thomas (2019)
 
Navarre is 22-7 in their last 29 games and leads the all-time series against Washington, 6-0. The Raiders have outscored the Wildcats in the series, 219-58.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 30 Days

John Blatz
Chris Stapleton
Brad Leggett & Chris Stapleton - Florida Tech
Scott Mealer
Matthew Feldner
Matthew Feldner
30 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
30 games ago – Navarre 35, Catholic 7 (2018)
 
Box Score
Navarre…..0 14 14 7 – 35
Catholic…..0 7 0 0 – 7
 
The Raiders (1-0) start the season with a win on the road against the Crusaders. With the loss of QB Sage Chambers to graduation, Navarre had to fill a big void at QB1. In steps Marlon Courtney III to take over after their family moved back into the Navarre area. Didn’t take him long to feel right at home.
 
Courtney completed 12-16 passes for 185 yards and two touchdowns and backup QB Garon Finley tossed a touchdown as well. Both Dante Wright (four receptions) and Tyler England (six receptions) totaled 87 yards receiving, with Wright finding the end zone twice. On the ground, Chris Williams rushed for 113 yards on 19 carries and Courtney and Jaydin Antonio each added a rushing touchdown.
 
On defense, the Raiders were led by Nathan Crews seven solo tackles and Josh Carter contributed six (4 solo/2 assists). Navarre had nine tackles for loss and two sacks in the game as they pressured Catholic’s Colin Whibbs all night long. Kevin Taich went 5-5 on extra points.
 
Raiders who wore #30:
Bobby Rogers – Class of 2000
Adam Buchanan – Class of 2002
DE Blake Miller – Class of 2003
LB John Blatz – Class of 2007
LB Chris Stapleton – Class of 2011 – played at Florida Tech – leading tackler in Panther history.
LB/FB Scott Mealer – Class of 2012
DB Matthew Feldner – Class of 2021
 
Current Raider wearing #30:
DB Juan Guerra – Class of 2022
 
Statistics that involve #30:
30 – points scored in a game – vs. Pace (Playoffs – 2012)
30 – solo tackles in a season – Alex Todd (2013)
30 – receptions in a season – Cameron Mayweather (2014)
30 – total tackles (solo/assists) in a season – Thomas Leggett (2015)
30 – assisted tackles in a season – Xavier Fernandez (2015 & 2016)
30 – solo tackles in a season – Xavier Fernandez (2016)
30 – solo tackles in a season – Cade Taylor (2016)
30 – carries in a game – Michael Carter (2016)
30 – carries in a game – Chris Williams (2018)
30 – total tackles (solo/assists) in a season – Dante Wright (2018)
30 – points scored in a season – Marlon Courtney III (2019)
30 – points scored in a game – vs. Crestview (Week 6 – 2020)
 
Navarre is 23-7 in their last 30 games and leads the all-time series against Catholic, 13-8. The Raiders have outscored the Crusaders in the series, 567-512.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 31 Days

Michael Porter
Stefan Tipton
Colton McDonald
Jacob Fitchett
Will Kane
Sebastian Melendez
Sebastian Melendez
31 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
31 games ago – St Augustine 52, Navarre 21 (2nd Round, Playoffs – 2017)
 
Box Score
NHS…..7 7 7 0 -21
SAHS…21 7 24 0 – 52
 
The Raiders (9-2) had to take that long road trip to face off with the Yellowjackets again. Navarre did not fair as well this time as the St. Augustine big play offense struck over and over again. RB Dexter Brown had touchdown runs of 80, 80, 93 and 55, totaling 365 yards on 19 carries and current University of West Florida and D2 National Champion QB Austin Reed went 14-27 for 253 yards and three more touchdowns.
 
Raiders tried to fight back over and over again behind QB Sage Chambers, 17-25 for 272 yards and three touchdowns. Dante Wright hauled in four receptions for 157 yards and two touchdowns (61 & 83) and Quinn Caballero added eight receptions for 91 yards and a score. But it was just not enough on this night ending Navarre’s season.
 
Cade Taylor and James Segrest led the defense with seven tackles each and Michael Moffo and Bryson Brewer contributed six each. Kevin Taich went 3-3 on extra points.
 
Raiders who wore #31:
DB Michael Porter – Class of 2001
DB Jason Graves – Class of 2004
LB Brandon Lawson – Class of 2006 – assistant coach at Navarre
LB Stefan Tipton – Class of 2007
LB/DB Colton McDonald – Class of 2011
DB Jacob Fitchett – Class of 2013
LB Will Kane – Class of 2016
K Zach Gonzalez – Class of 2017
 
Current Raider wearing #31:
LB Sebastian Melendez – Class of 2022
 
Statistics that involve #31:
31 – assisted tackles in a career – Chris Wells (1999-2001)
31 – points scored in a game – vs. Catholic (Week 2 – 2003)
31 – assisted tackles in a career – Michael Arnold (2009-10)
31 – points scored in a game – vs. Pace (Week 8 – 2010)
31 – solo tackles in a season – Damontell Thompson (2013)
31 – points scored in a game – vs. Catholic (Week 1 – 2014)
31 – tackle points in a season – Jay Klosinski (2014 & 2015)
31 – assisted tackles in a career – Lee Jones (2015-16)
31 – tackles for loss in a season – Joshua Carter (2016) – All-Time record
31 – solo tackles in a season – Caleb Dale (2016)
31 – tackle points in a season – Alex Gilchrist (2017)
31 – assisted tackles in a career – Cameron Thomas (2017-18)
31 – points scored in a game – vs. Chiles (Week 8 – 2019)
31 – points scored in a game – vs. Leon (Week 9 – 2019)
31 – assisted tackles in a season – Devin Wright (2020)
 
Navarre Raider Class of 2018:
1 – Saturn Wagner – WR/K
2 – Bryson Brewer – WR/DB
9 – Devin Stotts – WR
11 – Ben Hamilton – WR
12 – Sam Register – WR
13 – Brandon Marquis – WR
15 – Sage Chambers – QB
20 – Nolan Garrett – LB/TE
21 – Kevon Washington – DB
22 – Cade Taylor – LB
27 – Avery Biesel – DB
29 – Omari Green – RB
32 – Michael Moffo – LB
35 – Garren Harper – TE
36 – Isaiah Mitchell – LB
38 – Jared Elliott – DB
39 – Elijah Sylvester – DB
43 – Michael Smith – DB
44 – Caleb Dale – LB
57 – Daniel Bost – OL
58 – Mark Letavish – LB
65 – Brandon Herbert – OL
73 – Taylor Bryant – OL
74 – Aaron Smith – OL
78 – Darrell Hixon – OL
81 – Garrett Schluter – TE/LS
83 – Matt White – WR
89 – Connor Cordero – WR
90 – Kyle Hickman – P/K
 
Navarre is 24-7 in their last 31 games and the all-time series against St. Augustine is tied at 1-1. The Yellowjackets have outscored the Raiders in the series, 62-49.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 32 Days

Joey Torres
Joey Torres - University of South Alabama
Shane McMaster
Nathan McMaster
Michael Moffo
Brennen Payton
32 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
32 games ago – Navarre 49, Niceville 47 (1st Round, Playoffs – 2017) 
 
Box Score
Niceville….14 3 21 9 – 47
Navarre…..14 7 21 7 – 49
 
The Raiders (9-1) faced off with the Eagles for the second consecutive week, which turned out to be an old fashioned shootout. Both quarterbacks had huge nights in the contest; Sage Chambers for Navarre and Jack White for Niceville. But it was the Raiders defense that stepped up big in the waning moments to stop the Eagles two-point conversion that would have tied up the game and sent it to overtime.
 
Chambers finished the night with the second most passing yards in a game in Navarre history as he went 19-24, for 380 yards and four touchdowns. Dante Wright hauled in four receptions for 144 yards and three touchdowns and Quinn Caballero had seven receptions for 107 yards. Garren Harper contributed a 55-yard touchdown reception.
 
Additionally, the Raiders received help from the ground game as Omari Green had 18 carries for 96 yards and 52 yards on seven carries for Chris Williams. Josh Carter, Wright and Chambers all had a rushing touchdown.
 
Jack White did his best Tim Tebow impression, but it came up just a little bit short. He went 12-21 passing for 225 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 190 yards on 15 carries and two scores. The Eagles rushed for 350 yards in the game. Ryan Romair added six receptions for 146 yards and a touchdown.
 
Cade Taylor led the defense with 9 tackles (6 solo/3 assists) and Carter aided with 7 tackles (6 solo/assist). Mitchell Hunt ended the night with four quarterback hurries and Kevin Taich went 7-7 on extra points.
 
Raiders who wore #32:
Bobby Nelson – Class of 2000
FB/LB Spencer Clark – Class of 2004
LB Joey Torres – Class of 2008 – Track & Field at University of South Alabama
LB Shane McMaster – Class of 2011
LB Nathan McMaster – Class of 2016
LB Michael Moffo – Class of 2018
LB Brennen Payton – Class of 2020
 
Statistics that involve #32:
32 – points scored in a game – vs. Bay (Week 6 – 2001)
32 – points scored in a game – vs. Florida High (Week 8 – 2008)
32 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2011)
32 – passing TDs in a career – Matthew Webb (2012-14) – 2nd All-time
32 – solo tackles in a season – Everette Alford (2014)
32 – tackles for loss in a career – Anthony “The Unit” Miller (2014-15) – 3rd All-Time
32 – solo tackles in a career – Jay Klosinski (2014-15)
32 – tackle points in a season – Tyler Morton (2015)
32 – assisted tackles in a season – Marc Struck (2016)
32.5 – tackle points in a season – Cameron Thomas (2018)
32 – points scored in a season – Marlon Courtney III (2018)
32 – solo tackles in a season – Jeffery Mattox (2019)
32 – assisted tackles in a season – Bailey Huston (2019)
32 – assisted tackles in a career – Mekhi Domino (2019-20)
 
Navarre is 24-8 in their last 32 games and leads the series against Niceville, 8-3. The Raiders have outscored the Eagles in the series, 353-270.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 33 Days

Trey Chandler
David Docarmo
Marcus Mays
33 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
33 games ago – Navarre 42, Niceville 20 (2017)
 
Box Score
Niceville….0 7 13 0 – 20
Navarre…..0 14 14 14 – 42
 
The Raiders (8-1, 3-0) finished with a win at home to the end the regular season. Sage Chambers went 7-11 for 75 yards and two touchdowns and Dante Wright contributed 85 yards on 7 carries and a score. Josh Carter added a rushing and receiving touchdown.
 
The defense found the end zone twice as well as Kevon Washington returned an interception 26 yards for a score and moments later, Dante Wright added an interception return from 60 yards out. Cade Taylor had 12 tackles (9 solo/3 assists) and Josh Carter added 9 tackles (6 solo/3 assists). Kevin Taich went 6-6 on extra points.
 
Raiders who wore #33:
Steve Floyd – Class of 2000
RB Charlie Slack – Class of 2004
RB Tyler Tiwary – Class of 2006
DB Antonio Neris – Class of 2009
WR Trey Chandler – Class of 2011
K David Docarmo – Class of 2012
DB/RB Marcus Mays – Class of 2014
 
Current Raider wearing #33:
DB Chase Thomas – Class of 2024
 
Statistics that involve #33:
33 – points scored in a game – vs. Holmes County (Week 5 – 2005)
33 – points scored in a game – vs. Lincoln (Playoffs – 2010)
33 – points scored in a game – vs. Washington (Week 1 – 2012)
33 – carries in a game – Hasaan Williams (2015)
33 – solo tackles in a season – Bo Hering (2015)
33 – solo tackles in a season – Xavier Fernandez (2015)
33 – tackles for loss in a career – Jordan Jefferson (2016-18)
33 – tackle points in a season – Sebastian Melendez (2019)
33 – tackles (solo/assists) in a season – Jaden Jones (2020)
 
Navarre is 25-8 in their last 33 games and leads the series against Niceville, 8-3. The Raiders have outscored the Eagles in the series, 353-270.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 34 Days

Frank Willis
Frank Willis - Florida All-Star Game
Tremain Barnes
Chris Anderson
Charlie Alevras
Charlie Alevras - U.S. Air Force
Evan Makin
34 days to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
34 games ago – Navarre 29, Gulf Breeze 23 (2017)
 
Box Score
Navarre……..0 21 0 8 – 29
Gulf Breeze… 7 7 9 0 – 23
 
On a blustery late-October night, the Raiders (7-1, 3-0) sealed up the District title. While going against the wind, Navarre could not put any points on the scoreboard. When they had the wind on their side, Sage Chambers put the Raiders on the board with a 6-yard run in the second and produced two more scoring drives in the second quarter and one in the fourth. Dante Wright sealed the victory with a highlight real interception on Gulf Breeze’s last drive.
 
Chambers completed 5-9 passes for 116 yards and two touchdowns. Sam Register had a 61-yard touchdown grab and Wright hauled in a 17 yard touchdown (both coming in the second quarter). Josh Carter only had eight carries on the night, but made the most of them with 108 yards rushing. Wright would finish out the scoring for Navarre with a 6-yard run 46 seconds into the fourth quarter.
 
Cade Taylor and Josh Carter had big nights on the defensive side of the ball with 16 tackles (10 solo/6 assists) each. Nolan Garrett added 10 tackles (7 solo/3 assists). Carter, Taylor and Alex Gilchrist each had a sack as well. Kevin Taich went 3-3 on extra points.
 
Raiders that wore #34:
RB Frank Willis – Class of 2002 – played football and boxed at U.S. Air Force Academy; transferred to Savannah State and played golf before being commissioned in the U.S. Navy.
WR/DB Tremain Barnes – Class of 2007
DE Christopher Anderson – Class of 2011
DL Charlie Alevras – Class of 2017 – serving in U.S. Air Force
WR Evan Makin – Class of 2021
 
Current Raider wearing #34:
DB Jacob Weaver – Class of 2024
 
Statistics that involve #34:
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Sneads (Week 9 – 1998)
34 – assisted tackles in a career – Justin Wilson (2002-04)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Pine Forest (Week 5 – 2003)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. West Florida Tech (Week 1 -2004)
34 – assisted tackles in a career – Michael Hagewood (2005-06)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2010)
34 – assisted tackles in a season – Kody Kelly (2012)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. FWB (Week 6 – 2013)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2013)
34 – solo tackles in a career – Kyle Arrasmith (2013-14)
34 – assisted tackles in a career – Kyle Arrasmith (2013-14)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Choctaw (Week 3 – 2016)
34 – solo tackles in a season – Cameron Thomas (2017)
34 – points scored in a game – vs. Pace (Week 2 – 2019)
34 – passing touchdowns in a career – Marlon Courtney III (2018-19) – Navarre Record
34 – solo tackles in a season – Devin Wright (2019)
34 – solo tackles in a season – Devin Wright (2020)
 
Navarre 26-8 in their last 34 games and leads the all-time series against Gulf Breeze, 14-8. The Raiders have outscored the Dolphins in the series, 554-427.

Countdown to Kickoff – Navarre Raiders – 35 Days

Andre Mahone
Ryan Stewart
Dwayne Carter
Dwayne Carter - Independence CC (KS)
Dwayne Carter - Harding University (AR)
T.J. Woodberry
Chris Kelly
Garren Harper
Marcus Fedorkowicz
35 days (5 weeks) to kickoff of the 2021 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will host Fort Walton Beach on 27 Aug 2021.
 
35 games ago – Navarre 28, Milton 7 (2017)
 
Box Score
Navarre…0 14 14 0 – 28
Milton……0 7 0 0 – 7
 
The Raiders (6-1, 2-0) took a big step for another trip to the State Playoffs as they defeated the Panthers to remain undefeated in District play.
 
Sage Chambers had another solid performance as he went 13-19 for 217 yards and two touchdowns. Once again, his favorite target was Dante Wright, who hauled in five receptions for 133 yards and two touchdowns (52 & 40 yards); he also added 40 yards rushing on two carries and another score (37 yards).
 
Navarre was led on defense by Josh Carter once again as he contributed 10 tackles (7 solo/3 assists) and Cade Taylor added 9 (6 solo/3 assists). Jordan Jefferson had two of the Raiders seven sacks on the night and finished with three TFL. Kevin Taich was 4-4 on extra points.
 
Raiders who wore #35:
RB/DE Andre Mahone – Class of 2003
DB Chris Sutter – Class of 2006
DL Ryan Stewart – Class of 2007
RB Dwayne Carter – Class of 2012 – played at Independence CC (KS) & Harding University (AR)
RB/WR T.J. Woodberry – Class of 2015
DB Chris Kelly – Class of 2016
TE Garren Harper – Class of 2018
DB Marcus Fedorkowicz – Class of 2021
 
Statistics that involve #35:
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Carrabelle (Week 8 – 1998)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Northview (Week 7 – 1999)
35 – assisted tackles in a career – Kris Metcalf (2000-02)
35 – assisted tackles in a career -Justin Guilmette (2002-04)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2007)
35 – assisted tackles in a career – Demetrius Brown (2010-11)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. FWB (Week 8 – 2011)
35 – passing attempts in a game – Dusty Jones (2011)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Niceville (Week 4 – 2012)
35 – assisted tackles in a season – Damontell Thompson (2012)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Choctaw (Week 8 – 2013)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 10 – 2014)
35 – assisted tackles in a career – Michael Sandle (2013-15)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Milton (Week 8 – 2015)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Niceville (Week 10 – 2015)
35 – receptions in a season – Dante Wright (2016)
35 – solo tackles in a career – Mitchell Hunt (2016-18)
35 – assisted tackles in a season – Josh Carter (2017)
35 – solo tackles in a season – Matthew Downey (2018)
35 – passing attempts in a game – Marlon Courtney III (2018)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Catholic (Week 1 – 2018)
35 – points scored in a game – vs. Gulf Breeze (Week 2 – 2020)
35 – tackles for loss in a career – Grady Kelly (2018-20)
 
Navarre is 27-8 in their last 35 games and leads the all-time series against Milton, 12-8. The Raiders have outscored the Panthers in the series, 554-413.