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Milltown Duck Race – July 4

Posted on: May 19th, 2023 by brent

duck race

The Great Milltown Duck Race

Join us in the fun!  Cash prizes are awarded for the winning duck! Duck Races begin every year at the base of the Milton Downtown Bridge on the 4th of July.

Ducks can be adopted at:


Blackwater Bistro – 5147 Elmira, Milton

The Country Gym – 5198 Willing St, Milton

Breadless Brewhaus – 5139 Elmira St, Milton


When is the race?

The Great Milltown Duck Race is held on the 4th of July @ approximately 5:00pm

Where does the race take place?

The race starts at the Hwy. 90 Bridge in downtown Milton on the beautiful Blackwater River. Race can be viewed in its entirety from the shore and boardwalk.

How does it work?

The Racing Ducks are loaded into a front-end loader and dumped in the river from the 90 bridge, once the ducks hit the water, the current helps them make their way into the track that we have set up. The track is in a “V” shape (ropes strung with noodles) that feeds down to a chute.


What does the winner get?

The first racing duck in will net to the proud adopter 1st $1500, 2nd $750 and 3rd $250.


Who are the Blackwater Pyrates?

The Blackwater Pyrates is a community service organization that serves the Bagdad/Milton area the Blackwater River and basins. We do this through river clean up, boater safety and education and maritime historical preservation.  We are Pyrates with a purpose!


Where does the $ go?

The $ raised goes to the Blackwater Pyrates to help us in our above missions.  It is our only fundraiser that helps us do all the things we do for our community throughout the year.


How many ducks race?

Up to 5000… or, currently between 4,000 and 5,000.


How do you know all of the racing ducks will be in the race?

The Blackwater Pyrates conduct an inventory of the racing ducks annually to make sure all ducks are present and any damaged ducks are replaced. 


Do I need to be present to win?

No, just provide your name and phone # and we will contact you if you win.


What is the difference in racing ducks and souvenir/token ducks?

Racing ducks are specifically designed to race in the water. They are all numbered and collected at end of race to be stored for next year’s race. The souvenir/token ducks are smaller and are given to anyone that adopts a racing duck. They are usually adorned as some kind of character.


What about corporate sponsorships?

We have different level sponsorships available. 

While you cannot adopt ducks on our website, just send us an email and we can come to you.

Rules – Fair Fish Camp

Posted on: October 20th, 2022 by brent

CAT COUNTRY 98.7 It’s Cooler at the Fair
The specific rules for this Contest written below are in addition to “Cat Country 98.7 General Contest Rules” dated 02/11/2021. If there is a conflict in language, these specific rules will govern.

Contest Name: Register to win – Fish Camp
Station(s): CAT COUNTRY 98.7 – WYCT(FM), PENSACOLA (the “Stations(s)”)
Station Business Address: 7251 Plantation Road, Pensacola, Florida 32504
Station Business Telephone: 850-262-6000
Station Fax: 850-494-0778.
1. Description of Contest/Promotion.
A. DATE OF CONTEST: 10-20-2022-10-30-2022

WINNING. Void where prohibited.

Register online at or onsite at The Pensacola Interstate Fair at the Cat Country Tent on the Registration tablets.

All eligible participants can register online at or at The Pensacola Interstate Fairgrounds. Bonus entries are awarded for sharing this contest with friends on Facebook and on Twitter. A random winners will be chosen by Monday, November 3, 2022

This is a local contest sponsored by Cat Country 98.7, and it has no connection to any other organization.

The contest is open to all Cat Country 98.7 listeners who live in the immediate Pensacola listening area.
a. At least one (1) trip participant must be twenty-one (21) years of age or older at the time of the trip. Minimum age for 2nd participant is thirteen (13) years of age. NO EXCEPTIONS.
b. A parent or legal guardian must accompany any trip participant under eighteen (18) years of age.
c. No parent or legal guardian may leave anyone under eighteen (18) years of age alone (or in the care of anyone else) at any time, event, venue or in the hotel.

To be eligible to receive grand prize, contestant must be able to prove legal residence in one of the following counties: Escambia, Florida – Santa Rosa, Florida – Escambia, Alabama – Baldwin, Alabama – Okaloosa, Florida. No previous trip winner is eligible.


Pinch a Penny Pool Patio and Spa stuff for the grill, like utensils, seasonings, etc…
Buck  & Bass Rod & Reels and Scope
Pensacola Motor Sports  Bundle of Fishing & Hunting Accessories
Costello’s Butcher Shoppe & Deli Yeti Cooler and $200 Gift Card
Outcast Tackle & Marine  Igloo 120 quart ice chest,One Penn Squall ll Fishing Rod
Pensacola Shooting Range Deluxe Family Membership
Buy Wise Chest Freezer
Best Buy Wine &  Liquors A bottle of Blanton’s Letter  “S” Allocated Single Barrel Whiskey
Buffalo Rock / Mountain Dew Soft side Cooler with chairs & Kooozies
Fish House $100 Gift Card
Cracker Barrel Two – Dinner for two
BJ’s Wholesale $37.50 Gift Card

All prizes must be accepted as awarded and are non-transferable.
To claim any prize, winner must provide government-issued photo ID that Station will make a photocopy of, come to the Station’s business office at 7251 Plantation Road, Pensacola, Florida, 32504 during office hours and complete the eligibility forms, Station waiver and release forms, and an IRS W-9 form.

See “Cat Country 98.7 General Contest Rules” dated 02-11-2021 for important additional rules and information.

Register to Win Pensacon Passes

Posted on: September 22nd, 2022 by brent

Register to win a Morgan Wallen Guitar

Posted on: June 26th, 2022 by brent

Win a Cody Johnson Guitar

Posted on: March 24th, 2022 by brent
Win a Cody Johnson Guitar

Rules-Cat Country Cupid

Posted on: February 2nd, 2022 by brent


The specific rules for this Contest written below are in addition to “Cat Country 98.7 General Contest Rules” dated 2/11/21. If there is a conflict in language, these specific rules will govern.

Contest Name: ‘Cat Country Cupid” (the “Contest”)

Station(s): CAT COUNTRY 98.7 – WYCT(FM), PENSACOLA (the “Stations(s)”)

Station Business Address: 7251 Plantation Road, Pensacola, Florida 32504
Station Business Telephone: 850-262-6000

  1. Description of Contest/Promotion.
    A. DATES OF CONTEST: The Contest will begin 1/31/1/21 and end on 2/14/21. The Contest dates may be extended at the sole discretion of Station management.

    B. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE ODDS OF WINNING. Void where prohibited. Odds of winning depend upon the number of participants.


Register online at at the “Cat Country Cupid” contest page by uploading a picture of your valentine. Registration must be completed in its entirety.


Enter online at Participant must post a pic of you and their Valentine with a description of who they are. There will be a random drawing from all registrations collected by Cat Country 98.7 for a grand prize winner. The winner will be contacted by using contact information provided on registration. If a winner cannot be contacted within one (1) business day an alternate name will be chosen until a winner is identified.

This is a local contest sponsored by Cat Country 98.7, and it has no connection to any other organization. The Contest is open to all Cat Country 98.7 listeners at least 18 years old. Winners can win a prize no more than one (1) time each thirty (30) days. Participants and winner(s) must be U.S. residents and at least 18 years old as determined by the Company and reside in the Pensacola Total Survey Area (TSA). Only one (1) entry per person. Only one (1) prize allowed per household for each Contest in every thirty (30)days. Employees of the Company, the Contest’s participating sponsors and their advertising agencies, employees of other radio or television stations, and members of the immediate family of any such persons are not eligible to participate and win. The term “immediate family” includes spouses, siblings, parents, children, grandparents, and grandchildren, whether as in-laws, or by current or past marriages, re-marriage(s), adoption, co-habitation or other family extension, and any other persons residing at the same household whether or not related. Any prizes not awarded due to ineligibility of contestant are returned to the Station for reuse.

    The Prize(s) that may be awarded to eligible winners are as follows:
  • Cost Plus Liquors (Pace Blvd location for engraving):1 bottle of Moet Rose Champagne with free engraving.
  • Alyssa’s – One $75 gift certificate good at any of their store fronts.
  • The Butcher Shoppe: $150 GIFT CARD
  • Felix’s: $50 Gift Card

All prizes must be accepted as awarded and are non-transferable. To claim a prize, winner must come to the Station’s business office 7251 Plantation Road, Pensacola, Florida during the hours of 8:15 am to 5:45 pm Monday through Friday, within 30 days after winning, and provide government-issued photo ID that Station will copy. Winner must complete the eligibility forms, Station waiver and release forms, and IRS W-9 form.

See “Cat Country 98.7 General Contest Rules” dated 2/11/21 for important additional eligibility information.


Previous Coach of the Week Recipients

Posted on: January 25th, 2022 by brent

3/13 – Coach Farley Dodson – West Florida Waves Volleyball

3/5- Coach Chris Godwin – Lady Eagles at Pine Forest

2/21 – Coach Caleb Carmichael – UWF Cross Country

2/14 – Coach Timothy Grier – Navarre Varsity Lacrosse

2/7 – Coach Trudy Whitehurst – Gulf Coast Elite Cheer

1/31 – Coach Matt Copeland – Cheer Omgega

1/17- Coach Taylor Sexton – Sexton’s Tiger Rock Martial Arts

1/10 – Coach John Pickens – Landsharks Flag Football

12/20 – Coach Pete Shinnick – UWF Football

11/29/2019 – Coach Madeleine Petite – Elberta High School Volleyball

11/22/2019 – Coach Laura Nowling, Coach Laura Bird, Coach Lexie Luther, Coach Caitlin Barlow – Jay Freshman Cheerleading

11/15/2019 – Coach Feliciano “Zapp” Santana – Molino Baseball

11/8/2019 – Coach Joshua Layton – Perdido Bay Futbol Club

11/1/2019  – Coach Brian Batte -Gulf Breeze Rec Center Football U14

10/25/2019 – Coach Tabitha Dampson – Language Arts at Holley Navarre Middle School

10/18/2019 – Coach JW Novotny – Huskers Soccer

10/11/2019 – Coach Wesley Enfinger – Jay Football

10/4/2019 – Coach Justin Mills, Coach Ted Bridges and Coach Robert Myrick – Ernest Ward Middle School Football

9/20/2019 – Coach Derek Marshman – Northview Chiefs Football and Weightlifting

9/13/2019 – Coach Roger Woodward – NEP Baseball

8/30/3019 – Coach Jackie Butler – Panhandle Ruthless Fastpitch Softball

7/26/2019 – Coach Wesley Maughon, Coach Matt Gilmore, Coach John Madison and Coach Joey Brown – NWE All Star Ballers

7/19/2019 – Coach Jon Reinsch – Perdido Bay Lacrosse

6/21/2019 – Coach Wesley Maughon, Coach Matt Gilmore, Coach John Madison -NWE All Star Ballers

6/14/2019 – Coach Travis Whitfield – Bagdad Elementary

6/7/2019 – Coach Ryan Bosso – Gospel Projects T-Ball

5/31/2019 – Coach Stephanie Lawrence and Coach David Suggs – Milton Dragons Martial Arts

5/24/2019 – Coach David Williams – Special Olympics Volleyball

5/17/2019 – Coach Bo Brown – NEP Prospects T-Ball

5/10/2019 – Coach Lanny Jones – Elberta High School Softball

5/3/2019 – Coach Scott Schroeder – Perdido 6U Tee-Ball

4/26/2019 – Coach Kevin Dunn – NWE Diamond Divas Softball

4/19/2019 – Coach Doug Smallwood – Molino Bandits Baseball

4/12/2019 – Coach Derell McCall – Hillcrest Baptist Church Baseball

4/5/2019 – Coach Tim Wellborn – JV Lacrosse – Booker T Washington High School

3/29/2019 – Coach Mitchell Pittman – Gospel Projects T-Ball

3/22/2019 – Coach Mike Wallace – West Florida High School Baseball

3/8/2019 – Coach Kevin Johnson – Pensacola All Star Cheerleading

3/1/2019 = Coach Melanie Pyne – Beulah Academy of Science – Girls Volleyball

2/22/2019 – Coach Morgan White – Tate High School Varsity Cheerleading

2/8/2019 – Coach Jessica Perry and Coach Jessi Brown – East Hill Christian School Cheerleading

2/1/2019 – Mrs. Daniels – Teacher at Milton High School

1/25/2019 – Coach Steve Phillips – West Florida Blast Baseball

1/18/2019 – Coach Vic – Gulf Breeze Futbol Academy Breakers – Competitive Travel Soccer

1/11/2019 – Coach Anthony Denaro – Pace High School Marching Band

12/21/2018 – Coach Mike Frantz and Coach Kevin Sluder – NEP Rec. Football

12/14/2018 – Coach Doug Vicory- Flomaton High School Football

12/7/2018 – Coach Harry Lees – Milton High School Varsity Football

11/30/2018 – Coach James Fox – Gulf BreezeHigh School Cross Country and Track

11/23/2018 – Coach Vickie Balog – Pensacola Navy Youth Swimming Seahawks

11/16/2018 – Coach Roper – East Hill Christian School Cross Country

11/9/2018 – Coach Alex Gillespie – UWF Swimming

11/2/2018 – Coach Samone Suggs – NWE Chiefs Cheerleading

10/26/2018 – Coach Mark Olivet – PARA Fast Pitch Softball

10/12/2018 – Coach Dean Logan – Gulf Coast Texans Soccer Team

10/5/2018 – Coach Genia Bashore – Northview High School Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleading & Mascot

9/28/2018 – Coach Ki’Era Jordan – Pensacola Royal Performers All Star Cheerleading

9/21/2018 – Coach Michael Shultz – Milton High School Marching Band

9/14/2018 – Coach Marcus Allgood – Crossfit Sidewinder

8/31/2018 – Coach Madison Radke – Personal Trainer

8/24/2018 – Coach Donnie Roper – Pace Patriots Football

8/17/2018 – Coach Morgan Mickel – Trinity Farm

8/9/2018 – Coach Cole Stillwater – Salute Gymnastics

7/27/2018 – Coach Deputy Marshall Holbrook – Police Explorer Group

7/16/2018 – Coach Marcia Messer – All Star Cheer

7/13/2018 – Coach Courtney Carnegie – Anthem CrossFit

7/6/2018 – Cheer Omega Cheer Coaches

6/22/2018 – Coach David McCauley – Northwest Florida Youth Sports Alliance

6/8/2018 – Coach Justin Robbins – NEP

6/1/2018 – Coach Rudy Seelman – East Hill Eagles Varsity Soccer and Tennis

5/25/2018 – Coach Laurie McCrory – Dance Academy of Santa Rosa

5/18/2018 – Margaret FoxMcEllen – Cordova Park Elementary Math Teacher

5/11/2018 – Coach Charles – Hillcrest Baptist

5/4/2018 – Coach John McAnally – 10u Girls Softball

4/27/2018 – Coach Wyatte Golson – 12u Girls Fast Pitch Softball

4/16/2018 – Coach Bobby Kitchens – 10u Baseball and Football

3/16/2018 – Coach Morgan Hicks – 16 Youth Football

2/9/2018 – Coach Stacie Hammer – West Florida High School Cheerleading

5/26/17 – Coach Annie Singletary – PSC – KinderGym

5/19/17 – Coach David Riggs – Band Director – Avalon Middle School

5/12/17 – Mark Thompson – Gulf Breeze Rec Lacrosse

5/5/17 – Coach Barbra Deem – Gateway Christian School

4/28/17 – Coach Calvin Colbert – Colbert’s Taekwondo Academy

4/21/17 – Coach Jay Venable – Mad Dog Baseball – Don Sutton Ballpark

4/14/17 – Coach Steve Hinderer – Spartans 12u Boys Soccer – Ashton Brosnaham

4/7/17 – Coach Walter Weakley – Nobard Combat Training – Kung Fu

3/30/17 – Coach Jeff Hommerbocker – Bat Attitudes Baseball – Molino

3/23/17 – Coach Steve Robertson Jr – Pensacola Redfish – 12u Baseball

3/17/17 – Coach Mike Kent – Cantonment Highlighters – Baseball

3/10/17 – Coach Dave Partrick – Chempro Majors Baseball – Molino Ballpark

3/3/17 – Coach is Coach Whitty of Tate High School Ladies Basketball

2/24/17 – Sydney Wilkerson and Kaitlin Grote – they coach volleyball for the West Florida Waves

2/17/17 – Coach Perry Byars – Northview FFA

2/11/17 – Coach Jason Providence – Gulf Coast Texans – Soccer

2/3/17 – Coach Robin Mohanco Heller – SeaSTARs Aquatics

1/27/17 – Coach Ashley Long – Varsity Volleyball – Earnest Ward Middle School

1/20/17 – Coach Philip Loesch – Senior Sports – Olive Baptist Church

1/13/17 – Danielle Fryman – Brown Barge Middle School – 6th-8th Grade

1/6/17 – Alisa Blackman – Ferry Pass Middle School

12/23/16 – Coach William Shaner – Thomas L. Sims Middle School – Band Director

12/16/16 – Coach Kate Durden – St. John’s Evangelical School – Volleyball

12/09/16 – Coach Jay Watts – Assistant Principle at Pine Meadow Elementary

12/2/16 – Coach Kyle Cates – Gospel Projects Milton Crush – Soccer

11/25/16 – Coach Kim Messer – Speech and Debate at Gulf Breeze High School

11/18/16 – Coach Kim Odom – Molino Hot Shots – Softball

11/11/16 – Coach Jenia Mendez – 8u Soccer – Perdido

11/4/16 – Coach Cameron Pyle – Redeemer Luthern – Pink Panthers – Volleyball

10/28/16 – Coach Bobby Clayton – Gulf Breeze High School – Football

10/21/16 – Coach Ronnie Gibbs – Alabama Florida HS Rodeo

10/14/16 – Coach Rodney Story – Beulah Academy of Science – Basketball

10/7/16 – Coach Jay Lindsey – Tate High School Football

9/30/16 – Coach Alonzo Samuels – Milton U14 Football

9/23/16 – Coach Kay Dawson – Pace High School – Varsity Cheerleading

9/16/16 – Coach Ricky Shelby – Pace Fierce Elite – Girls Softball

9/9/16 – Coach Richard Weeks – Autism Surfs – Navarre

9/2/16 – Coach Stone – Special Olympics of Escambia and Santa Rosa County

8/20/16 – Coach Olivia – Gulf Breeze Gymnastics

8/12/16 – Coach Tyler Nellums – Ensley Chiefs – Football

8/05/16 – Master Chris DuFour – Pensacola Tang Soo Do Academy

7/29/16 – Coach Cricket – Varsity Cheer Coach at Aletheia Christian Academy

7/22/16 – Coach Michael Jones – Escambia Martial Arts

7/15/16 – Coach Rob Fredette – Pensacola State College

7/08/16 – Coach Amie Filbert – PE Coach for Sims Middle School

6/24/16 – Coach Duane Raley – Milton High School Panthers – Freshman Baseball

6/17/16 – Coach Chris P from Gulf Coast Gymnastics

6/10/16 – Kim Heath – Pensacola All Stars Cheerleading

6/3/16 – Justin O’Quinn – from Gene’s Machines – Roger Scott

5/27/16 – Bert Wynne – T-Ball Coach – Marcus Pointe Church/Hillcrest

5/20/16 – Jodi Bondar – Equestrian Coach- Pinnacle Point Farm Milton FL

5/13/16 – Micah Burns – U14 Baseball at Lighthouse Private Christian Academy

5/6/16 – Paul Polk – Shockers – NEP – Soft Ball

4/29/16 – Coach Jimmy Falbo – Falbos Family Karate

4/22/16 – Coach Justin Luciano – West Florida HS Lacrosse

4/15/16 – Coach Scotty Skaggs who coaches the Hillcrest Lady Waves Softball Team

4/8/16 – Paul Bryan – Boy and Girls Cross Country/Girls Track – Pine Forest High School

4/1/16 – Christina Prescott – Wee Ball – NEP Ball Fields – Red Sox

3/25/16 – Bubba Nelson – Brent Ballpark.

3/18/16 – Mike Ryan – Perdido Braves – 10U Baseball

3/12/16 – Jesse Strickland he coaches a baseball team in Milton – all 6 – 7 year olds! …

3/4/16  – Tim Campbell – Pace Red Mites 2016 – PARA

Jennifer Dodd – 5 Flags Dance Academy

Randy White – Girls Basketball – Redeemer Lutheran School

Chris Godwin – Girls Basketball – Pine Forest High School

Digital CoOp

Posted on: April 19th, 2021 by brent

Levin-Rinke Digital CoOp – Monthly Subscription


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Posted on: April 7th, 2021 by brent


Garth Brooks Drops Two New Songs Off Upcoming Album

Posted on: May 13th, 2020 by Big Moose

Garth Brooks has been promising a new album for well over a year. But even though the project titled ‘Fun’ is not quite ready yet, Brooks dropped two more tracks late Monday night from the project via Amazon Music.

On Monday night, May 11th, another episode of his weekly Facebook show aired. Titled Inside Studio G, Brooks said he didn’t feel right releasing the album in the middle of the pandemic. “I don’t want to be the guy that tries to do something in the midst where everybody is hurting,” Brooks said. “The album’s ready to go. It’s just how do you get out and promote and be happy and jolly while everybody’s out there fighting for their lives not only physically, but fighting for their lives financially.”


The two new tracks join previously available songs from Fun, “All Day Long,” “Stronger Than Me” and “Dive Bar,” a duet with Blake Shelton.

Like the title implies, “Party Gras” is an upbeat tune that instantly takes the listener to the Mardi Gras. “That’s What Cowboy’s Do” is a traditional country track that would sound right at home on a record by George Strait, Brooks’ hero.

Check out the two new tracks via Amazon Music.