The Dunnellon High School Football Banquet was held at Citrus Springs Community Center on Jan. 28, 2023. The event recognized varsity and junior varsity football players and cheerleaders, the coaches and the volunteers who made the season possible. Some of the players were recognized with ad… Read moreTigers recognize football standouts
The Dunnellon High School girls’ basketball team celebrated its three seniors – Paige Powell, Jada Hayes and K’mari Williams – before playing their last home game against Belleview on Thursday, Jan. 26. The Lady Tigers came up victorious with a 43-40 win over the Rattlers. Read moreLady Tigers celebrate seniors
The boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams at Dunnellon High School, looking to build on successful campaigns from last season, turned in strong performances in December to enter the new year with momentum on the court. Read moreTiger hoops enter new year on winning note
The Dunnellon football team stumbled down the stretch as it faced a particularly brutal portion of its schedule. But the Tigers hit the reset button this week as they enter the postseason for the eighth-straight year under first-year head man Tommy Sutton. Read moreTigers keep playoff streak alive
A young, upset-minded Dunnellon football team returns home this Friday for a de facto district championship game against a top-five South Sumter squad that’s yet to allow a point in district play this season. Read moreTigers welcome South Sumter for district title matchup
The Dunnellon football team put in a workmanlike road performance Friday, Oct. 7, with an 18-0 blanking of Belleview. The win came just three days after the Tigers opened district play with a 38-6 win over Hernando. That earlier game was postponed due to Hurricane Ian. Read moreTigers shut out Belleview on two days of rest
Dunnellon dominated the first half at Richard Kennedy Stadium against Hernando to prevail 38-6 in its district opener on Tuesday, Oct. 4. The game was rescheduled from last Friday due to Hurricane Ian. Read moreTigers roll against Hernando in postponed district opener
Marion County opponents were mistaken if they thought they could pick on a young Dunnellon team during a so-called rebuilding year. Read moreTigers win catfight in first road game of season
The first New York Mets Old Timers Day in 28 years turned about to be one of the best days for Dunnellon resident Craig Anderson. Read more‘Original Met’ enjoys day at the ballpark
North Marion (Citra) held Dunnellon to 79 yards of offense to shut out the Tigers 35-0 at Richard Kennedy Stadium on Sept. 2. Read moreTigers even record with loss to North Marion
Florida wide receiver and former Dunnellon standout Ja’Quavion “Baby J” Fraziars hauled in a pivotal two-point conversion catch from an Anthony Richardson pass in the Gators’ 29-26 upset win over No. 7-ranked Utah on Sept. 3 in Gainesville. Read moreTiger All-American chomps for Gators
Displaying a healthy mix of growing pains and flashes of brilliance you’d expect from a young and talented football team, Dunnellon delivered when it counted most in all three phases to secure a satisfying 20-7 win over West Port in the debut of head coach Tommy Sutton last Friday. Read moreTigers kick off new era with hard-fought win
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