Check out the top sports moments for the Nov. 7 edition of the Palm Coast Observer!
- Flagler Palm Coast track and field's Nathan Farrell announced his commitment to the University of Iowa on Friday, Nov. 1. "First off I want to thank god for putting me in the position I am in today," Farrell, one of the top hurdlers in the state, wrote on Twitter. "I thank all the coaches that took the time to recruit me. A big thank you to the Iowa coaching staff for believing in me."
- While FPC's boys and girls cross country teams didn’t advance, the Bulldogs' Jada Williams qualified for the
FHSAA Cross Country State Championship after finishing ninth with a personal record of 19:24 at the regional meet on Saturday, Nov. 2, in Gainesville.
- Lovie Haley, a junior on Matanzas' softball team, accepted an offer from Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University to play softball for the Eagles. Haley has been a varsity starter for the Pirates, who were crowned the district champions last year, since her freshman year.
- Matanzas football player Rex Robich announced that he went on an official visit to Coast Carolina University on Saturday, Nov. 2. Located in Conway, South Carolina, Coastal Carolina is a Division I program that plays in the Sun Belt Conference.
- Former Pirates football player Jarrett Patton, who last played football for Carson-Newman University, announced that he's resuming his college football career at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College.