102 days to kickoff of the 2020 High School Football season for the Navarre Raiders as they will travel to Gulf Breeze on 21 Aug 2020.
102 games ago – Choctaw 50, Navarre 47 (2011)
The Raiders (2-4) played in the highest scoring game (both teams) in school history. Navarre fell behind at the half 28-24. The Indians would stretch the lead out to 23 (47-24) early in the fourth quarter. But with less than 10 minutes to go in the game, the Raiders mounted a furious comeback. Two rushing TDs by Dwayne Carter and a 44-yard fumble recovery return for a score by DL Boston Morgan, as well as two 2-point conversions and the game was now tied at 47. With time winding down, Choctaw would get a late field goal for the wild victory.
QB Dusty Jones completed 22 of 37 passes for 303 yards and Carter would add 119 yards rushing and 5 TDs (giving him 14 TDs and 644 yards rushing in the last three games). WR Brad Leggett hauled in 9 receptions for 109 yards in the loss.
DB Demetrius Brown led the defense with 9 tackles (7 solo/2 assists) and DL Virgilio Hunter pitched in 9 tackles (solo/8 assists) as well. K David Docarmo added 7 points on the night, going 4-4 on extra points and was good on his only field goal attempt from 38 yards out.
102 – points scored in a season – Michael Carter (2014)
Navarre leads the overall series, 8-7.