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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.

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Six DeKalb County athletes were selected to represent the North All-Star teams in four different sports in the 23rd AHSAA North-South All-Star Sports Week from July 15-19 in Montgomery.

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HIGDON – The Plainview Bears had a tough time holding off the North Sand Mountain Bison on the road Thursday, but did find some success in their passing game while falling by a score of 34-14 in their spring jamboree game.

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FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats gave fans and supporters their first chance to get a glimpse of their 2019 squad in action Thursday night in a spring jamboree game against the Chattooga Indians at Wildcat Stadium.

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MONTGOMERY – The Plainview Lady Bears had their fourth consecutive trip to the Class 3A State Softball Tournament end sooner than they hoped it would Wednesday at Lagoon Park.

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MONTGOMERY – The Collinsville Lady Panthers had a promising start in their second trip to the Class 2A State Tournament in three years, but narrowly came up short of leaving Lagoon Park with a trophy.

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PRATTVILLE – Fort Payne juniors Harrison Davis and Dawson Garrett both qualified as individuals last week to compete in the AHSAA’s State Golf Championships Monday and Tuesday at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at Capitol Hill’s Legislator course and made the most out of that opportunity.

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FLORENCE – The Class 2A softball north regional tournament finally concluded Monday night after several rain delays and saw one DeKalb County team punch their ticket to the state tournament in Montgomery while two others had their seasons come to an end.

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COLLINSVILLE – The Collinsville Lady Panthers are 2A, Area 13 champions after a pair of runaway wins over the Fyffe Lady Red Devils on Wednesday and Thursday at home.

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FORT PAYNE – The 6A, No. 3-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats advanced to the elite eight of the state soccer playoffs after defeating one of their top rivals for a third time this season at home on Monday.

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SYLVANIA – The Sylvania Rams had their 2019 season come to an end Friday in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs after a pair of hard-fought losses to the Winfield Pirates at Sylvania City Park.

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FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats’ track and field team continued their run of dominance in sectional meets over the weekend as they won their sixth straight Class 6A Sectional and punched their ticket to Gulf Shores for the State Championship Meet.

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The Sylvania Rams’ varsity boys capped off their best season in program history Tuesday with a fifth-place overall finish in the AHSAA’s Class 1A-3A State Tennis Championships at Lagoon Park in Montgomery.

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The Ider Hornets ran circles around the Richard Hardy Memorial School Hawks of South Pittsburg, Tennessee on their way to an 11-1 win Monday that ended after six innings.

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The No. 2-ranked Collinsville Panthers clinched the Class 1A-3A, Area 7 championship and the right to host a first-round playoff game after Tuesday’s 6-0 shutout victory over Whitesburg Christian Academy.

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The Valley Head Tigers punched their ticket to the Class 1A state playoffs with a dominant performance in a win-or-go-home situation against area rival Woodville on the road.

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FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats used a pair of big rallies at the plate and a dominant performance in the pitcher’s circle from Addison Eason to beat the Cherokee County Lady Warriors 8-1 Wednesday at home.

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The Sylvania Rams varsity soccer teams split their matchups with Whitesburg Christian Thursday, with the Lady Rams dominating their way to an 8-0 win and the varisty boys team falling by a score of 1-0.

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Fort Payne’s track and field teams won six events Friday at Albertville’s Aggie Invitational meet and earned top-five overall finishes in fields of 15-plus teams.

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SYLVANIA – The Plainview Lady Bears rolled past area rival Sylvania Tuesday in dominant fashion.