It's not always the case to be familiar with a state quarterfinal-round opponent. Luckily for the Collinsville Panthers, they know exactly who they'll be dealing with.
Cole Millican had a double-double with 24 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Plainview boys to their first win of the season, a 69-45 victory against Gadsden City on Tuesday night.
STEVENSON — When the Fort Payne girls turned up the defensive pressure in the fourth quarter, it became too much for North Jackson to handle.
FORT PAYNE — No matter how the Fort Payne boys basketball team’s season plays out, first-year head coach Michael Banks plans to have the Wildcats ready to run with anybody.
Bryson Morgan rushed for 141 yards and three scores in Valley Head’s 34-19 loss to Hackleburg in the first round of the AHSAA Class 1A state playoffs in Valley Head on Friday night.
Ike Rowell ran for 109 yards and two touchdowns to propel Fyffe’s high-powered run game in a 48-0 victory against the Sheffield Bulldogs in the first round of the AHSAA Class 2A state playoffs in Fyffe on Friday night.
Michael Tucker had five touchdowns and Kaleb Jones had four scores in Collinsville’s 63-18 blowout win against Colbert County in the first round of the AHSAA Class 2A state playoffs in Collinsville on Friday night.
Cole Millican paced the Plainview boys with 26 points, as one of four starters to reach double-digit scoring in an 80-77 loss against Class 7A Huntsville in the season opener for both teams in Rainsville last Thursday night.
The Sylvania Rams fell behind early in a 46-20 loss to the Lauderdale County Tigers in the opening round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs in Rogersville on Friday night.
GERALDINE — Junior running backs Anthony Baldwin and Troy Willoughby combined for 260 rushing yards and five touchdowns to lift Geraldine past Clements 49-16 in the first round of the AHSAA Class 3A state playoffs Friday.
Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of stories highlighting the accomplishments of DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame inductees. The hall elected a new board of directors and is looking to induct a new class at a banquet on June 13, 2020. For information on how to nominate someone fo…
Crossville running back Harley Hicks is this week’s Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Cars, after earning 54 percent of the vote in this week’s online poll.
The Fyffe Red Devils clinched their 20th 10-win season in last week’s 42-0 victory against Sylvania and 19th Region 8 championship, earning them a top seed in the AHSAA Class 2A state playoffs.
FORT PAYNE — Fort Payne and Hartselle haven’t met since 2012. Coincidently, their previous game was also in the first round of the state playoffs.
BIRMINGHAM — No. 1 Montgomery Academy denied Geraldine’s quest for its first state volleyball championship since 2001 by beating the third-ranked Bulldogs 3-0 (25-20, 25-20, 25-17) in the Class 3A Elite Eight state finals at Bill Harris Arena last Thursday morning.
Lucas Hale threw for 133 yards with a touchdown pass to Matt Johnson in Cornerstone Christian Academy’s 50-12 loss against Clay County Christian Academy in the semifinal round of the six-man state tournament last Friday.
VALLEY HEAD – The Collinsville Panthers wrapped up their 100th regular season of varsity football Friday on a high note with a dominant performance against rival Valley Head.
CROSSVILLE — In a game riddled with penalties, Crossville ended the season with a 28-12 victory against its DeKalb County rival Plainview Bears.The Lions jumped out to a quick 21-0 lead in the first half before Plainview could find its way to the end zone.To start the game, Colton Adkins ret…
The Fyffe Red Devils walked away from their senior night game against the Sylvania Rams with a 42-0 victory. The win marked the Devils’ 48 consecutive regular season victory and their 20th 10-win season in school history.
HUNTSVILLE — No. 3 Geraldine posted a 4-0 record to win the Class 3A North Volleyball Super Regional on Friday at the Von Braun Center. It’s the program’s first Super Regional title.
The 2019-2020 Williams Avenue Cross Country and the Fort Payne Middle School Cross Country Teams placed first across the board at the 6th Annual DeKalb County Youth Trail Run that was held at the Fort Payne High School Stadium.
DC Inferno is wrapping up their 5th year running the soccer program in Fort Payne. The teams are made up of children from all over DeKalb County and several players are from our surrounding counties.
The Collinsville Panthers will take on the Valley Head Tigers Friday after defeating Cedar Bluff last week 38-0. Valley Head also helped their own cause last week with their 51-8 win over Coosa Christian. The two teams will meet on the field in Valley Head exactly one year after Collinsville…
CEDAR BLUFF – The 2A, No. 6-ranked Collinsville Panthers locked up the No. 2 seed in Region 8 and guaranteed themselves the chance to host a first-round playoff game following Friday’s 38-0 win over the Cedar Bluff Tigers on the road.
CROSSVILLE — The Crossville football team’s best defensive effort of the season put the Lions in position to earn a Class 5A, Region 6 win, but Southside hit a late field goal to break a 3-3 tie and escape with a 6-3 decision Thursday night at Crossville Memorial Stadium.
PISGAH – The Plainview Bears needed a win over Pisgah to secure a playoff spot out of Class 3A, Region 7, but Friday’s 12-8 loss on the road to the Eagles has muddied the division’s playoff picture.
GERALDINE – The Geraldine Bulldogs earned the right to host a first-round playoff game for the second time in as many years following Friday’s 28-0 shutout win over the Sylvania Rams at Coolidge-Isbell Field.
Plainview tailback Brody McCurdy is this week’s Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales, after earning 35 percent of all votes in this week’s online poll.