Note: Is your team missing from the roundup? Be sure to update your MaxPreps page regularly or file stats to the PNJ via email or phone.
Lucas Semb can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-281-7414.
Patrick Bernadeau can be reached at email@example.com or 850-503-3828.
Here's a high school roundup from on Friday, Jan. 28:
District 1-6A semifinals
No. 2 Navarre 8, No. 3 Pace 0
For the third straight match, the Raiders used the second half to power past the Patriots. Played at Niceville High School, Navarre scored six goals after halftime to advance to the district finals. Stats were unavailable.
During a 4-3 season-opening victory at Pace on Nov. 9, the Raiders buried three goals in the second half. They put up the same number in the final 40 minutes of their 6-2 win over the Patriots on Jan. 11.
Victorious in its last six matches, Navarre improves its record to 15-5-1 this season. The team moves on to play top-seeded Niceville at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Collecting its first winning campaign since 2015-16, Pace's season is likely over at 10-5-2 as the team is ranked 10th in Region 1-6A. The Patriots were 6-2-2 in their final 10 matches, with their two losses coming against the Raiders.
No. 1 Niceville 1, No. 5 Tate 0
The Aggies were eliminated from district play following a shutout loss at Niceville. Stats were unavailable.
The loss ended Tate's four-match winning streak. The team finishes with a 9-6-2 mark.
Florida State University High 76, Pine Forest 70
The Eagles, the area's hottest team as of late, went down in a close battle on the road. The Seminoles had three players score in double digits. Anthony Robinson led the way with 25 points and 10 rebounds while Rhodney Donaldson and T.J. Baker added 21 and 15 points, respectively.
Pine Forest ends the regular season with a 17-6 record after losing for just the second time in 11 games.
Escambia 57, Pensacola 53
Romeo Jones had 22 points to carry the Gators past the Tigers at home. He was the only Escambia player to score in double figures. Brian Harris had 15 points with three 3-pointers to lead Pensacola, who has dropped its last six games.
The Tigers (12-12) look to end their slide at 7 p.m. Tuesday at home against Fort Walton Beach. Winners of three of their last four games, the Gators (6-9) visit Choctaw.
Navarre 53, Milton 52
Completing a 17-point comeback, the Raiders held on at home against the Panthers. With Navarre up 51-49 late in regulation, senior guard Derek Percivalle collected a steal with 13.7 seconds left to preserve the victory. Stats were unavailable.
Moving to 11-11, the Raiders are host to Booker T. Washington at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Milton (12-10) plays at 7 p.m. Monday at Crestview.
Tate 80, Niceville 61
Using a second-half push, the Aggies won their fourth straight game in a 19-point home victory against the Eagles. Tate outscored Niceville 49-36 after halftime. The home team shot 53 percent from the field overall.
Jordan Moorer poured in 26 points on 10 of 12 shooting and 11 rebounds to lead the Aggies. Treveon Durant added 14 points on just five field-goal attempts. He was 8-for-8 from the free-throw line.
Pensacola Christian Academy 78, Pensacola Catholic 65
With 17 makes from behind the arc, PCA broke the school record for most 3-pointers in single game during its road win against the Crusaders. The Warriors have won their last six games.
Quincy Williams and Ben Bernau each contributed 26 points to lead the visitors. Ethan Jarrell added 15 points. Cam Lasquety had 20 points to pace Catholic. Daniel Landry and Rowan Dermody chipped in 16 and 12 points, respectively.
L.E.A.D. Academy 71, Snook Christian Academy (Ala.) 13
The Lions improved to 20-1 this season after blowing out the Eagles on the road.
Treymar Jones had 16 points to lead the visitors. Matthew Meyn (12), Jesse Patrick (12) and Isaac Hill (10) each scored in double figures. L.E.A.D. Academy is host to Jay on Tuesday.
West Florida Baptist Academy 69, Covenant Christian 14
The Conquerors have won back-to-back games after crushing Covenant Christian. Stats were unavailable.
West Florida Baptist Academy plays at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Santa Rosa Christian.
Florida State University High 69, Pine Forest 55
The Eagles had their three-game winning streak snapped during a 14-point loss in Tallahassee. Senior guard and Georgia Tech commit Tonie Morgan paced the Seminoles with 25 points on 11 of 13 shooting.
Pine Forest begins postseason play as a No. 3 seed in the District 1-5A tournament. The Eagles play No. 6 Godby on Tuesday. FSUH, the top-seed in District 1-3A, is host to No. 4 Pensacola Catholic.
Pensacola 40, Escambia 34
The Tigers end the regular season victorious in two of their last three games after capturing a six-point win at Escambia. Stats were unavailable.
Splitting the season series, Pensacola avenged a 61-28 defeat to the Gators on Dec. 17.
Falling to 7-13 this season, No. 5-seed Escambia faces No. 4 Gulf Breeze on Tuesday during the District 1-6A tournament. On the same day in District 1-4A, the No. 8 Tigers take on top-seeded Rutherford.
Milton 45, Walton 20
Walton was the latest opponent to succumb to the Panthers' low-scoring style. Extending its winning streak to five games, Milton ended the regular season with a 16-7 record following its 25-point home triumph. Stats were unavailable.
Next, the Panthers enter the District 1-6A postseason as a second seed. The team takes on seventh-seeded Tate on Tuesday.
Pensacola Christian Academy 43, Pensacola Catholic 34
The Warriors won their eighth consecutive game after pulling away late on the road. PCA outscored the Crusaders 17-10 in the fourth quarter.
Senior Lydia Lewis led the visitors with 13 points and 18 rebounds. Maddie Sellars (11) and Hannah Romero (10) each scored in double figures.
Gulf Pointe Latin 33, Destin 22
Bethany Crumpler recorded a double-double with 12 points, 10 rebounds and five steals during the Gladiators' 11-point road win.
Plenty of rebounds were available with the Sharks slowed to single-figure points in each quarter. Claire Sczesny grabbed a GPL-high 15 boards to go with nine points. Holland Hamer added eight points and 13 rebounds.
Gulf Pointe Latin (11-6) is host to Central Christian (Ala.) at 7 p.m. Friday.
Patrick Bernadeau is a sports reporter for the Pensacola News Journal. He can be reached at (850) 503-3828, on Twitter @PatBernadeau or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally appeared on Pensacola News Journal: Roundup: Navarre girls pushes past Pace, advance to district final