Geraldine's three first-half touchdowns provided enough offense to defeat Collinsville 19-14 in Geraldine on Friday night.
COVID-19 quarantines among the Douglas football team forced the cancellation of Friday night’s Class 5A, Region 7 game between the Eagles and Crossville at Arthur Jarvis Stadium.
Maddie Jackson’s eighth-place finish highlighted the Fort Payne girls cross country team’s effort in Cullman on Saturday, as the Wildcats finished runners-up in the Class 5-7A 5K girls race at the St. Bernard Oktoberfest Invitational.
Collinsville’s Deon Winsley Jr. (2) runs for a touchdown during Friday night’s game against Asbury at Chad Hawkins Stadium in Collinsville. The Panthers took down the Rams 40-19. Further game details were not available before press time. Follow The Times-Journal on Facebook and Twitter for updates.
Noah White threw for a touchdown and ran for two more and Marcos Vega added 140 yards rushing to help propel the Plainview Bears past the Sylvania Rams 29-20 in Sylvania on Friday night.
PELL CITY — Hunter Love ran for two touchdowns, J.D. Blalock threw for two scores and the Fort Payne Wildcats rolled past the Pell City Panthers 41-20 at Pete Rich Stadium on Friday night.
The Falkville Blue Devils’ smothering defensive effort limited the Ider Hornets to two first downs and one trip across midfield in a 38-0 loss in Falkville on Friday night.
FORT PAYNE — For a second straight week, the Fort Payne Wildcats found themselves in a similar nail-biting, nerve-racking situation in the waning minutes of a game.
No. 4-seed Sylvania upset No. 5 Fort Payne 2-0 (25-17, 25-18) in the opening round of the DeKalb County Varsity Volleyball Tournament in Collinsville on Wednesday.
Makinley Traylor was the top individual finisher in the girls 5000-meter run and the Ider girls cross country team placed first overall in the event at the Jackson/DeKalb County Meet at ToKnowHIM Trails in Pisgah on Thursday morning.
Marcos Vega ran for 100 yards with a rushing score and a receiving, Brody McCurdy ran for 86 yards and the Plainview Bears defeated the Collinsville Panthers 29-13 at Chad Hawkins Stadium in Collinsville on Thursday night.
Caleb Hall ran 140 yards with a rushing and receiving score and added seven tackles as a defender as Geraldine escaped Sylvania with a 17-10 victory, spoiling the Rams’ homecoming night Thursday.
Filling in at quarterback, Hunter Gillilan ran for three touchdowns and threw for another as the Fyffe Red Devils whipped the North Sand Mountain Bison 55-0 in a game between undefeated teams at Paul Benefield Stadium in Fyffe on Thursday night.
Ider’s Makinley Traylor had a first-place finish in the Class 1A-4A varsity girls 5000-meter run, and Geraldine’s Collin Mayfield won the 1A-4A varsity boys race at the Lake Guntersville Invitational in Guntersville on Saturday.
FORT PAYNE — After escaping Scottsboro with their fourth-straight win last week, the Fort Payne Wildcats seek win No. 5 and a chance to remain undefeated in Class 6A Region 7 play.
Ike Rowell rushed for 195 yard and four touchdowns and added another score through the air as the Fyffe Red Devils knocked off Class 3A Region 7 rival Plainview 42-12 in a game of undefeated teams in Rainsville on Friday night.
J.D. Blalock threw for 254 yards and two scores, Cam Thomas had 169 yards receiving and two scores and Fort Payne’s defense used a goal-line stand to beat rival Scottsboro 41-34 and retain the TopCat Trophy at Trammell Stadium on Friday night.
Makinley Traylor finished second overall, Kenzie Smith placed eighth and the Ider girls cross country team won the varsity girls Class 1A-4A 5K race at the Scottsboro Invitational at John R. Esslinger Trail of Champions on Saturday morning.
Powered by a dominant defensive effort, the Collinsville Panthers defeated the Section Lions 28-0 in a game of no record at Chad Hawkins Stadium in Collinsville on Friday night.
Ider tight end Jesse Massey (25) finds a lane to run as a trio of Valley Head defenders close in for the tackle. Game details were not available before press time. Visit times-journal.com for updates.
After winning their five-set dual against Class 3A, Area 14 rival Plainview, the Fyffe volleyball team secured the area’s No. 1 seed for the upcoming area tournament Tuesday night.
Collinsville defeated Section 28-0 in a game of no record Friday night. Game details were not available before press time. Visit times-journal.com for updates. Pictured, at right, Collinsville’s Blake Sparks (51) pursues Sylvania’s Brody Smith (3) during a region game Sept. 18.