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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.

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Class 2A’s Collinsville Panthers dominated the Ider Hornets 60-6 Friday night, bringing them to 4-1 overall and 2-1 in region play.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Sylvania Rams moved to 2-1 this season following a dominant performance in Friday’s 52-0 win over the Gaston Bulldogs.

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The Valley Head Tigers picked up their first region win in two years Friday night with a 32-7 win over the Falkville Blue Devils.

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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.

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Class 2A’s top-ranked Fyffe Red Devils defeated the No. 6-ranked Collinsville Panthers 24-3 Friday night bringing them to 3-0 for the season.

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The Ider Hornets came up short in their home opener Friday in a 12-0 defeat to regional rival Section.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Susan Moore Bulldogs defeated the Sylvania Rams 21-7 Friday night at Sylvania in 3A, Region 7 play.

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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.

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RAINSVILLE, Ala. — The Plainview Bears fell 48-6 to the Geraldine Bulldogs on their own turf during the third Friday night of the 2019 season.

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COLLINSVILLE – The 2A, No. 6-ranked Collinsville Panthers scored early and often throughout Friday’s 54-28 shootout victory over the North Sand Mountain Bison.

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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.

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Class 2A’s top-ranked Fyffe Red Devils continued their dominance of Region 8 with a 49-0 shutout win over the Section Lions.

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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.

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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.

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With a 28-0 win over the 3A No. 7 Geraldine Bulldogs, Paul Benefield’s Fyffe Red Devils won their 39th regular season game in a row.

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RAINSVILLE — The Plainview Bears defeated the North Jackson Chiefs at home in a dramatic overtime finish.

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COLLINSVILLE – The Collinsville Panthers moved to 2-0 and celebrated their 100th season’s home opener with a 40-13 win over the Crossville Lions on Friday.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.