Class 2A’s top-ranked Fyffe Red Devils stayed perfect in their 2019 campaign with a 47-6 win over the Asbury Rams in 2A, Region 8 play.
GERALDINE — Ninth-ranked Geraldine dominated unbeaten New Hope on Friday night, smashing the Indians 49-7 in a Class 3A, Region 7 football matchup at Coolidge Isbell Field.
VALLEY HEAD – The Valley Head Tigers did not disappoint a packed homecoming crowd at Tiger Stadium Friday night and sent their fans home happy after a 52-16 beating of the Gaylesville Trojans in 1A, Region 7 action.
The Valley Head Tigers are this week's T-J Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, after earning a whopping 81 percent of all votes in this week's online poll.
Valley Head quarterback Jordan Burt is this week's Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales, after earning 2,144 (41 percent) of the 5,247 votes in this week's online poll.
RAINSVILLE – The Cornerstone Christian Eagles were unable to follow up their first win in program history from last week with another one Friday. They fell to 1-2 this season with a 58-30 defeat at the hands of Clay County Christian Academy.
DOUGLAS — After the Eagles soared ahead for a 7-6 lead in the second quarter, the Crossville Lions roared back to defeat their class 5A, Region 6 rival 24-7 and earn their first win of the 2019 season.
FORT PAYNE – The second matchup between the Fort Payne Wildcats and Mae Jemison Jaguars was just as dramatic as the first and yielded the same result as the Wildcats held on for a win by the slimmest of margins.
Former Fyffe Red Devil and current Illinois College Blueboys defensive back Carter Hilley started his junior season with a strong performance in Saturday's 22-7 season opening win over the Rhodes College Lynx.
RAINSVILLE – Cornerstone Christian Academy’s 6-man football team took a massive step forward Friday when they dominated Chilton Academy in a 32-0 shutout and picked up their first win in program history.
SAND ROCK – Sand Rock senior running back Ian Clanton’s 20-yard touchdown run in overtime proved to be the difference in the Wildcats’ 20-14 victory over Ider in Class 2A, Region 6 football action on Friday night.
Unbeaten Fort Payne Wildcats survived six turnovers to beat Albertville 20-13 in an emotional, intense and physical Class 6A, Region 8 football game Friday night on McCord Field at Aggie Stadium.
The Fort Payne Wildcats are this week's Times-Journal Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, after receiving a whopping 68 percent of all votes in this week’s online poll.
Cornerstone Christian Academy looked to start their second season of six-man football with a win, but came up just short in a heartbreaker Friday against Conecuh Springs.
Collinsville senior receiver Garrett Skelton is the first Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales, in the 2019 season after earning 1,103 votes in this week’s online poll.
The Collinsville Panthers are the first Times-Journal Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, of the 2019 season after receiving 40 percent of the 2,114 votes in this week’s online poll.
Former Fort Payne Wildcat and current University of Florida sophomore Evan McPherson got to kick in front of a massive crowd and television audience Saturday in the Gators' season-opening 24-20 win over the Miami Hurricanes.
RAINSVILLE – The Collinsville Panthers came out Friday night in dominant fashion and celebrated the start of their 100th football season with a 50-6 win at Plainview.
FORT PAYNE – On Friday night in front of a packed house at Wildcat Stadium, the Fort Payne Wildcats did what they weren’t able to do a year prior – finish strong and grab a win in their season opener.
Nearly 100 years ago, the Collinsville High School football team played their first game ever against Jacksonville State. On Friday, they will begin a year-long celebration of their 100th season with a matchup at Plainview and some high expectations.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats' varsity football team has been working throughout the offseason to try and replace two valuable offensive weapons that helped lead them to a 6A, Region 8 championship last season.
IDER – The Ider Hornets will have a new face roaming the sidelines at Wayne C. Hardiman Stadium this fall for the first time since 2003.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats boys basketball team will have a new head coach this season, but that position won’t be filled with an unfamiliar face.
Fort Payne High School had four rising seniors shine in Montgomery last week while leading their North All-Star squads in three sports at the AHSAA’s All-Star Sports Week.
Former Fort Payne Wildcat football star Desmon Turner wrapped up his junior season of college football with the Lake Erie College Storm this past fall, where he was utilized as a receiver and a kick returner.
Former Fort Payne Lady Wildcat and current Birmingham-Southern sophomore golfer Alexis Chambers wrapped up her season on a high point back in April with a pair of top-10 individual finishes in the Lady Panthers’ last two tournaments of the school year.
This year’s Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State Softball Team features seven local athletes and one coach representing three county programs.
Fort Payne High School’s JROTC varsity 3-Position Air Rifle (3-PAR) shooting team recently capped off their best season in program history by recapturing the North Alabama Rifle League (NARL) Championship.
A pair of former DeKalb County softball stars recently wrapped up their freshman seasons while helping lead the Chattanooga State Community College Lady Tigers to a 43-win season.