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AJ Kramer belted a two-run home run in the second inning and finished with four RBIs as the Fort Payne Wildcats produced three runs across each of the first four innings of a 14-4 victory in five innings against the Ider Hornets in Fort Payne on Thursday.

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JACKSONVILLE — With two area rivals meeting for the fifth time this season, it took extra time to determine which side would represent DeKalb County in the Class 3A state semifinal round.

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JACKSONVILLE — Down by one and needing a basket as the final seconds ticked away, Sylvania’s Anna Farmer hauled in a rebound and scored under the rim with 4.1 seconds left, sending the Rams into their first AHSAA Final Four appearance since the 2001-02 season and first time under the leaders…

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The Crossville Lions football team will have a new face on the sidelines this fall after head coach Dusty Darnell announced his resignation at a DeKalb County Board of Education meeting last Thursday.

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FORT PAYNE — Riley Kuhn watched how other state-championship caliber wrestlers handled the moment of performing on the biggest stage of their careers and tried his best to calm his nerves.

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Dylan Haymon and Jonah Williams combined for nine 3-point baskets and 42 points in Plainview's 73-33 rout at Saks in a Class 3A Northeast Sub-Regional semifinal game Friday night.

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The Fort Payne wrestling team posted 54 points through two rounds for fifth place overall as the AHSAA Class 5A-6A State Wrestling Championships moved into the quarterfinal round at Von Braun Center in Huntsville on Thursday.

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After a season of area matchups, the Plainview and Sylvania girls basketball teams will play one more time for a spot in the AHSAA Class 3A Final Four.

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Payton Blevins led Plainview with 14 points, including four 3-pointers, Kami Sanders added nine points and the Bears trounced the Hokes Bluff Eagles 51-26 to advance to the semifinal round of the Class 3A Northeast Sub-Regional in Rainsville on Wednesday afternoon.

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GERALDINE — The game wasn’t decided until the fourth quarter when rivals Fyffe and Geraldine collided in the DeKalb County Basketball Tournament semifinals in January. 

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RAINSVILLE — Behind their full-court pressure defense and 3-point-shot-making, the Plainview Bears overwhelmed the Collinsville Panthers early en route to advancing to the Class 3A Northeast Sub-Regional semifinal round.

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RAINSVILLE — Once the Plainview Bears took the lead late in the first half, they rode the momentum wave all the way to an area title.

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FORT PAYNE — Since Cornerstone Christian Academy’s Upper School Athletic Program began seven years ago with volleyball and basketball, the school has continually added sports based on interest and enough players to properly field a team.

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Lane White finished with a game-high 36 points as Fort Payne rallied from a 24-point first-half deficit but fell shy in an 80-71 loss to Scottsboro in the Class 6A, Area 15 Tournament’s semifinal round at Hambrick Hall in Scottsboro on Tuesday night.

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Logan Neil scored 17 points and Brylan Gray had 10 points in Fort Payne’s 48-43 loss to Scottsboro in the semifinal round of the Class 6A, Area 15 Tournament in Scottsboro on Monday night.

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FORT PAYNE — Fort Payne’s 4x800-meter relay team placed second, the 4x400-meter relay team was third and Madi Wallace earned a bronze medal in the 60-meter hurdles, highlighting the Wildcats’ fifth-place overall finish in Class 6A at the AHSAA State Indoor Track and Field Championships in Bi…

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Parker Godwin scored a game-high 22 points with nine rebounds, leading four Fyffe players in double-digit scoring in an 89-40 win against the Pisgah Eagles at Mike Cochran Gymnasium in Fyffe on Thursday night.

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The Collinsville soccer teams each picked up wins in their season debuts at Sylvania, and the Fort Payne boys scored in the second half to break a tie with Crossville on Thursday night.

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The Collinsville girls climbed to No. 4 in Class 3A in the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s final state high school basketball rankings of the season, released Wednesday night.

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FORT PAYNE — Fort Payne stayed within striking distance of longtime rival Scottsboro before a third-quarter swing made the deficit too much to overcome.

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FORT PAYNE — When Scottsboro forward Jadaya Edmonson fouled out in the fourth quarter, it allowed Fort Payne to take advantage in the low post and gain an edge in the rivalry matchup.

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Maddie Jackson had an individual first-place finish in the 800-meter run and Jordan Strogav placed second in the pole vault to highlight Fort Payne’s performances in the Last Chance Invitational in Birmingham this weekend.

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FORT PAYNE — Two Ider High School students received student-athlete honors this month. Seniors Kaleigh Carson and Ben Watkins earned respective Bryant-Jordan Student-Athlete awards after being selected from a pool of senior student-athletes in their region.

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Following their championship run in the DeKalb County Tournament, the Collinsville girls returned to this week’s Alabama Sports Writers Association state high school basketball rankings, while the Fyffe, Plainview and Geraldine boys all shared space in Class 3A’s top 10.

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RAINSVILLE — Halle Brown only attempted one 3-point shot all game. Her one attempt turned out to be the one shot she and the No. 1-seeded Plainview Bears needed to play for the DeKalb County Tournament championship.

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Following their first-round victory against Ider in the opening round of the DeKalb County Tournament on Tuesday night, the Geraldine boys cracked the top 10 in Class 3A in this week’s Alabama Sports Writers Association state high school basketball rankings.

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The AHSAA’s Central Board of Control approved the AHSAA’s “Return to Play Best Practices” recommended guidelines for spring sports Wednesday and also approved winter sports championship health and safety modifications due to COVID restrictions at its annual winter meeting at the AHSAA office…