Here are the updated FOOTBALL schedules.
Fort Walton Beach High School's football program will have its 1st Annual Lift-A-Thon on April 26 at 6:00 pm (For More Information).
The Fort Walton Beach Cheerleaders will be hosting a “What to expect at tryouts” clinic on Saturday, April 8th from 9am-12pm. This is a clinic for 5th-11th graders that will teach material similar to local middle and high school cheer tryout material to help prepare interested athletes for their school’s tryouts. You DO NOT have to be attending FWBHS to attend! This can be for middle school, high school, or all-star cheer preparation. The clinic cost is $30 and participants will be taught a cheer, chants, a dance, correct jump techniques, and will also get an opportunity to tumble on a cheer mat. For the registration form and any questions you may have, please contact Coach Rachel Jones at FWBHSCheer@gmail.com.
Fort Walton Beach High School Cheerleading tryouts will take place on Saturday, May 6th at 2pm. The information packets will be released on Monday, April 24th with payment of a $25 tryout fee. Packets must be picked up at FWBHS in the main office. There will be a clinic on Friday, May 5th at 5pm where the final tryout material will be taught and information for the following day’s tryouts will be given out. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Coach Rachel Jones at FWBHSCheer@gmail.com.
First time ever two-time Sunshine Spirit Showdown winner
What a great looking track team. Visit the track page for more information on upcoming track meets.
Congratulations to Daniel Orcutt on being selected as a male winner of the Wendy Heisman award.
The girl's swim team got runner-up at the District Meet and the boys were 4th out of 11 teams. We are so proud!
Daniel Orcutt won first place in the 200 Individual Medley at the district meet.
The FWBHS Varsity Football Team has a strong defense! Led by Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Phil Dorn, the Vikings' Varsity Football Team has surpassed last year's wins. Coach Dorn, who came from AAMU this past July is already making a difference with the help of the assistant football coaches. We now have a much more exsplosive football team.
Footage from the FWBHS Swim Team
The Cross-country team is off to a great season. We have a very young team and they are working very hard.
We have 13 girls on our roster and 19 boys of those – 18 have already set personal records this season!
The teams have competed in 3 races. The girls placed 4th out of 16 teams at the Pace Patriot, 2nd out of 12 teams at the Bay Invite, and 1st out of 15 teams at the Ram Run, improving every week!
The boys placed 2nd out of 17 teams at the Pace Patriot, 3rd out of 10 teams at the Bay Invite, and 1st out of 13 teams at the Ram Run, making it a double win for both teams!