Fort White offensive lineman Doug Johnson blocks for quarterback Hunter Morgan as Morgan makes a pass in Friday night’s loss to the Bradford County Tornadoes.
Columbia High running back Teon Dollard gets stuffed by a pair of Madison County defenders while looking for yardage Friday night. The Cowboys continued their mastery over the Tigers with 42-28 victory.
Columbia's Abbrielle Bieter gasps for air during the butterfly race (COURTESY PHOTOS).
Tiger Powell bounces outside against Madison County in 2009 (FILE).
Lee quarterback Derrick Jones bounces outside during the first half of the district opener Tuesday night.
Columbia offensive and defensive line set up for a play during practice Friday (ERIC JACKSON/LakeCityReporter).

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Jacqueline Watson doesn’t know what to do. 

The storm may have ended three days ago, but for Watson and her family, things have only continued to get worse. 

Students will have another day off from school while families continue to recover from Hurricane Irma. Columbia County schools will remain closed until Monday.

They were supposed to be right there. 

Sports

Fort White offensive lineman Doug Johnson blocks for quarterback Hunter Morgan as Morgan makes a pass in Friday night’s loss to the Bradford County Tornadoes.

STARKE — The Fort White Indians dropped their second straight game Friday night when they lost to the Bradford County Tornadoes, 21-14, in a region matchup.

Columbia High running back Teon Dollard gets stuffed by a pair of Madison County defenders while looking for yardage Friday night. The Cowboys continued their mastery over the Tigers with 42-28 victory.

MADISON -- Clinging to a one-point advantage at halftime, the Tigers tried to regain momentum after their comfortable lead was squandered by costly mistakes.

Columbia's Abbrielle Bieter gasps for air during the butterfly race (COURTESY PHOTOS).

Columbia’s swim team was off to races Thursday in its first action since Hurricane Irma. The Tigers (140) as a team combined to defeat St.

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