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FORT PAYNE — Crossville had four seniors on last year’s team, a small senior group for any varsity football team, especially a Class 5A team.

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VALLEY HEAD — This is the 18th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 18, The Times-Journal interviewed Valley Head football coach Heath Vincent.

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IDER — Miles Keith began his head coaching campaign at Ider last June, far later in the offseason than desirable for a first-year head coach assuming control of a high school program.

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VALLEY HEAD — The Valley Head Tigers return two all-region offensive linemen, a 1,400-yard rushing quarterback and a trio of skill position players looking to prove themselves.

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FORT PAYNE — The AHSAA’s return-to-play plan answered a lot of questions regarding the fall sports season, namely whether or not there would be one and, if so, whether or not it would start on schedule.

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FORT PAYNE — Long before Hunter Love became Fort Payne’s latest rushing threat, he was suiting up in his older brother’s pads and giving his brother practice bumps in the yard.

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IDER — This is the 17th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 17, The Times-Journal interviewed Ider baseball coach Casey Gaddis.

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The DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame is postponing its 2020 induction banquet due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns.

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Former Fort Payne defensive standout Michael Shaddix was among six Jacksonville State Gamecocks named to the Ohio Valley Conference's all-preseason football team Monday.

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SYLVANIA — Editor’s note: This is the 16th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 16, The Times-Journal interviewed Sylvania soccer coach Dillyn Mitchell.

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FORT PAYNE — If the offensive and defensive lines are the foundation on what the Fort Payne football team is looking to build this fall, they are off to a sturdy start.

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FYFFE — Editor’s note: This is the 15th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 15, The Times-Journal interviewed Fyffe football coach Paul Benefield.

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FORT PAYNE — With Tom Shanklin leaving the Fort Payne boys soccer team to help further develop the county’s club soccer program, D.C. Inferno, longtime assistant coach Steve Cornelius will step into his role and become the team’s new co-head coach.

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COLLINSVILLE — When offseason workouts were pushed back to June due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, Collinsville was in the process of bringing in new head football coach Daniel Garrett.

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FORT PAYNE — Editor’s note: This is the 14th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 14, The Times-Journal interviewed Fort Payne boys soccer coach Michael Farmer.

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FORT PAYNE — Four DeKalb County student-athletes participated in War Games 1.0-Birmingham, a national invitational girls travel basketball event, at the Hoover Met Complex in Hoover this week.

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FORT PAYNE — Editor’s note: This is the 13th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 13, The Times-Journal interviewed Fort Payne volleyball coach Justin Kisor.

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FORT PAYNE — Justin and Ashley Kisor married May 30, two weeks after Ashley was approved by the Fort Payne City Schools Board of Education to become the new physical education teacher at Williams Avenue Elementary.

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GERALDINE — After six years of leading the Geraldine girls basketball team, Jeremy Smith has moved over to coach the boys.

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COLLINSVILLE — Editor’s note: This is the 12th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 12, The Times-Journal interviewed Collinsville volleyball coach Casey Isbell.

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FORT PAYNE — Stormy Stevens has a love for basketball that has him ready to play an old-fashioned game of pickup at a moment’s notice. He’s always up for grabbing his sneakers and running the court.

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The AHSAA is reviewing the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) Roadmap to Reopening Schools, which was released Friday by State Superintendent Eric Mackey.

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Collinsville and Ruhama Junior High School students interested in playing volleyball this fall are invited to attend a volleyball skills camp at the Ruhama Junior High School gymnasium Monday, July 27 and Tuesday, July 28.

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Editor’s note: This is the sixth installment in a six-part series of stories on DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame scholarship winners. The organization awarded six $1,000 scholarships to DeKalb County senior student-athletes. The six seniors will be honored during the induction ceremony of t…

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FORT PAYNE — Editor’s note: This is the 11th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 11, The Times-Journal interviewed Fort Payne boys basketball coach Michael Banks.

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SYLVANIA — Editor’s note: This is the 10th installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 10, The Times-Journal interviewed Sylvania football coach Matt Putnam.

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Editor’s note: This is the fifth installment in a six-part series of stories on DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame scholarship winners. The organization awarded six $1,000 scholarships to DeKalb County senior student-athletes. The six seniors will be honored during the induction ceremony of t…

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FORT PAYNE — Editor’s note: This is the ninth installment in a question-and-answer series with DeKalb County coaches, taking a look at their playing journeys and their coaching experiences. In Part 9, The Times-Journal interviewed Fort Payne cross country coach Ashley Jackson. She has served…

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Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment in a six-part series of stories on DeKalb County Sports Hall of Fame scholarship winners. The organization awarded six $1,000 scholarships to DeKalb County senior student-athletes. The six seniors will be honored during the induction ceremony of …