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REMARKABLE VIDEO: Bald Eagle Snatches Red Fox Carrying Rabbit Shows Dramatic Battle For Survival

fox survives the encounter, the rabbit wasn't so lucky



ABOVE VIDEO: Videos and photos captured a bald eagle attempting to snatch a rabbit from a young red fox as they battled it out 20 feet in the air in what a photographer called a “dramatic act of thievery.”

SAN JUAN ISLANDS, WASHINGTON (FOX NEWS) – Videos and photos captured a bald eagle attempting to snatch a rabbit from a young red fox as they battled it out 20 feet in the air in what a photographer called a “dramatic act of thievery.”

The dramatic sight at San Juan Island National Historic Park, in Washington state, was caught by photographers Kevin Ebi, of LivingWilderness.com, and Zachary Hartje.

Ebi wrote in a blogpost on Monday he was at the park a few days ago watching the young red foxes, called kits, hunt just before sunset.

One of the kits caught a rabbit and held it in its mouth.

“I panned my camera with it to capture the action. Then behind me, I heard the cry of a bald eagle. I turned around and saw it approaching fast,” Ebi said.

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The dramatic sight at San Juan Island National Historic Park, in Washington state, was caught by photographers Kevin Ebi, of LivingWilderness.com, and Zachary Hartje. (Image by Kevin Ebi/LivingWilderness.com)

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Suntree Elementary’s Kaitlyn Clements Earns ‘Great Kids’ Award By Brevard County Sheriff’s Office

On Tuesday, I had the honor of visiting Suntree Elementary School to present Kaitlyn Clements with a “Great Kids” Award. (BCSO Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Tuesday, I had the honor of visiting Suntree Elementary School to present Kaitlyn Clements with a “Great Kids” Award.

Kaitlyn was nominated by Principal Shari Tressler, her Teacher Mrs. Watson and School Resource Deputy Nicole Contos.

The “Great Kids” Award was started to recognize outstanding kids in our community who constantly show respect for their peers, help others in a time of need, maintain a strong academic standard and represent themselves, their family and their school with great character and pride.

This program is facilitated in partnership with School Resource Officers and Deputies throughout Brevard County and the Brevard Public Schools.

Kaitlyn was recognized today for her caring, calm and courageous nature.

Many students who are Kaitlyn’s age don’t know what to do when faced with an emergency, but Kaitlyn quickly responded to help two individuals who needed help at her school.

When an intern became ill in the classroom, Kaitlyn jumped into action by alerting her Teacher and remaining with the intern until her Teacher could settle the class and provide further instructions. Kaitlyn also came to the aid of a student who became physically ill in the classroom, by assisting and comforting her.

Kaitlyn responded to these situations with a maturity beyond her years and without question her compassion and decisiveness made a difference for the two individuals she helped.

In addition to helping others, Kaitlyn serves as a role model for other students by exhibiting great character, respect and attention to academics.

Please join me in congratulating Kaitlyn on being a “Great Kid” and also in thanking Kaitlyn’s parents for attending today’s presentation and for all they do to impact Kaitlyn’s life!

I would like to extend a personal “thank you” to Principal Tressler, Mrs. Watson and School Resource Deputy Contos for submitting Kaitlyn for this well-deserved award.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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Eastern Florida State Calls 2017-2018 Most Successful Season In Athletics In School History

five programs competed for national championships

Eastern Florida State College’s athletic teams wrapped up their most successful season in school history last week as five programs competed for national championships during the 2017-18 season. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida State College’s athletic teams wrapped up their most successful season in school history last week as five programs competed for national championships during the 2017-18 season.

Overall, 10 of the 11 sports teams made it to the postseason with the women’s soccer, men’s basketball, men’s golf as well as the men’s and women’s tennis teams all finishing in the top eight in their respective national tournaments.

“What a tremendous year for athletics! It was a magical year with success in almost every program,” Eastern Florida State College Associate Vice President of Athletics Jeff Carr said.

Jeff Carr

“Our coaches and student athletes made us very proud of the team and individual achievements. Hopefully we can build off this and have a few national champions next year.”

The women’s soccer team made it to the national tournament semifinals for the fourth time, falling to eventual national champion Tyler Junior College in the semifinals at Titan Soccer Complex.

It was the sixth straight season the women’s soccer team has been in the national tournament.

The Titans went 13-3 this season led by Katie Lockwood, who was the first Titan to be named the United Soccer Coaches Association Junior College National Player of the Year. The midfielder finished with 17 goals and 12 assists this season. Lockwood and Nathali Da Silva were also named first team NJCAA All-Americans while teammate Juna Suppan was named second team All-American.

The men’s basketball team finished third in the nation this season with a 30-5 record.

For the second straight season, the Titans finished in the top three in the national tournament as they defeated Vincennes University in the third place game at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas. The Titans have now made the national tournament four straight seasons and eight times overall.

Sophomore guard Ahmed Ali was named second team All-American after averaging 17.9 points per game. During his two seasons at Eastern Florida State College, Ali has scored 1,182 points, making 230 3-pointers which is the most in school history. (EFSC Image)

Sophomore guard Ahmed Ali was named second team All-American after averaging 17.9 points per game. During his two seasons at Eastern Florida State College, Ali has scored 1,182 points, making 230 3-pointers which is the most in school history.

The tennis teams made their debut on the national scene this season and both came away with top-six finishes in the nation.

The women’s tennis team had two players make the semifinals and finished fifth overall in the NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament in Waco, Texas. (EFSC Image)

The women’s tennis team had two players make the semifinals and finished fifth overall in the NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament in Waco, Texas.

Sarah Manseri and Dugleisy Linarez both reached the semifinals in singles flights, a first for the program. Yuliana Monroy finished her Titans career as the FCSAA Player of the Year as well as the region Sophomore of the Year after losing in the quarterfinals Tuesday.

The men’s tennis team placed sixth overall at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament in Plano, Texas.

The doubles team of Adriel Azucey and Nils Michel made it to the semifinals at No. 2 doubles in the national tournament.

The men’s golf team reached the NJCAA Division I National Championship Tournament for the 16th straight season, placing eighth overall at The Rawls Course in Lubbock, Texas last week.

Sophomore Fraser Davren was named honorable mention All-American after placing 16th overall individually. (EFSC Image)

It is the fourth straight season that the Titans have placed in the top 10 in the national tournament and fifth time in past six years.

Sophomore Fraser Davren was named honorable mention All-American after placing 16th overall individually.

The men’s soccer team was one win away from making the national tournament this season, falling in the District Tournament Championship game 3-1. The Titans finished 12-3 on the season and made it to the district tournament for the third straight season.

Danilo Orsi-Dadomo and Mickey George were each named third team All-American for the Titans.

The women’s basketball team made the championship game of the FCSAA State Tournament for the first time in school history led by Alexandrine Obouh-Fegue who was named NJCAA Division I honorable mention All-American. The Titans finished with a 24-7 record overall and were unbeaten at home – a perfect 14-0 in head coach MJ Baker’s first season.

The volleyball, softball and women’s golf teams also competed in the postseason for the Titans.

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