Diego Garcia, 15, bowls a practice round at Lake City Bowl on Wednesday. He has high-functioning autism and recently bowled a 181 in Special Olympics competition. He is set to compete next month in a regional Special Olympics event  (photo by TAYLOR GAINES/Lake City Reporter).
Gloria Markham of First Federal Bank of Florida stands with Cody Gray, Blue-Grey Army media and public relations chairman, after the 2017 Olustee Battle Festival and Re-enactment poster was unveiled Wednesday  (photo by TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter).
Columbia's football team runs sprints during Wednesday's practice (ERIC JACKSON/LakeCityReporter).
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Fort White senior running back Kalin Timmons (5) lines up with University Christian’s Uriah Ratliff in Friday night’s game. (CHRISTINA FEAGIN/Special to the Reporter)
Columbia safety Alec Norton (11) tackles Escambia running back Stephen McGhee during Friday night’s game at Emmitt Smith Field. (BRENT KUYKENDALL/Special to the Reporter)

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Diego Garcia, 15, bowls a practice round at Lake City Bowl on Wednesday. He has high-functioning autism and recently bowled a 181 in Special Olympics competition. He is set to compete next month in a regional Special Olympics event  (photo by TAYLOR GAINES/Lake City Reporter).

The voice of Brian Meek, the owner and manager of Lake City Bowl, came crackling onto the intercom at Lake City Bowl.

Gloria Markham of First Federal Bank of Florida stands with Cody Gray, Blue-Grey Army media and public relations chairman, after the 2017 Olustee Battle Festival and Re-enactment poster was unveiled Wednesday  (photo by TONY BRITT/Lake City Reporter).

The 2017 Olustee Battle Festival and Re-Enactment poster was unveiled Wednesday evening during the Blue-Grey Army organizational meeting.

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A two-month crime spree that included 14 burglaries of gas stations, restaurants and convenience stores throughout North Florida ended with the arrest of Christopher Randell Dickey, CCSO said.

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Columbia's football team runs sprints during Wednesday's practice (ERIC JACKSON/LakeCityReporter).

For the first time in six weeks, the Tigers won't be summoned to battle Friday night.

Fort White senior running back Kalin Timmons (5) lines up with University Christian’s Uriah Ratliff in Friday night’s game. (CHRISTINA FEAGIN/Special to the Reporter)

JACKSONVILLE — Going into halftime, Fort White looked unstoppable.

Columbia safety Alec Norton (11) tackles Escambia running back Stephen McGhee during Friday night’s game at Emmitt Smith Field. (BRENT KUYKENDALL/Special to the Reporter)

PENSACOLA — The stadium seats began thinning out. Minutes before the final whistle blew, Escambia fans headed for the exit — they had seen enough.

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