This year’s Class 6A, All-Region 8 Football Team featured 15 Wildcats along with first-year head coach Chris Elmore, who named the Region’s Coach of the Year.
FYFFE – The Class 2A football state champion Fyffe Red Devils received their well-earned hardware at Mike Cochran Gymnasium Friday afternoon when AHSAA representatives came to present the team with their state championship trophy.
The Fyffe Red Devil’s made a strong statement in their victory over the Aliceville Yellow Jackets in the semifinals of the 2A State Playoffs last week, and punched their ticket to the State Championship game this Friday.
GERALDINE — Geraldine delivered a gutsy performance against top-ranked Randolph County on Friday night at Coolidge Isbell Field, but the Tigers prevailed 28-18 in the second round of the Class 3A state football playoffs.
The Collinsville Panthers had their 2018 campaign come a close Friday following a heartbreaking 20-9 loss to the Aliceville Yellow Jackets that was closer than the final score indicates.
The Fyffe Red Devils pitched their sixth shutout of the year and their second in as many weeks in Friday’s 35-0 win over the Colbert County Indians in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.
The Geraldine Bulldogs are this week's Times-Journal Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, after receiving 49 percent of all votes in this week's online poll.
Collinsville senior Mason McKinney is this week's Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales, after receiving 413 of the 730 total votes in this week's online poll.
COLLINSVILLE– The Collinsville Panthers are moving on to the second round of the Class 2A playoff after defeating the Westbrook Christian Warriors 35-21 in Friday’s opening round.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats had their 2018 season come to a close Friday after suffering a 21-14 loss to the Gardendale Rockets in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs.
GERALDINE – Because Holly Pond couldn’t handle Bulldog running back Kyle Thackerson’s three touchdowns in the first half, Geraldine coasted past the Broncos 29-14 in the first round of the 3A State Playoffs to earn its first postseason victory in six years.
The Fyffe Red Devils were voted the Times-Journal Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, after receiving 41 percent of all votes in this week's online poll.
Fort Payne’s Levee Hall was voted this week’s Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales, after receiving 356 of the 930 votes in this week’s online poll.
COLLINSVILLE – Class 2A’s No. 9-ranked Collinsville Panthers pitched their third consecutive shutout and capped off their 2018 regular season with a 34-0 win over county rival Valley Head on Thursday.
A game filled with miscues, penalties and turnovers from both sidelines in chilly weather Friday saw the Fort Payne Wildcats’ 4-game winning streak come to a close in a 28-7 loss to the Carver-Birmingham Rams.
The Collinsville Panthers are this week’s Times-Journal Team of the Week, presented by Northeast Alabama Community College, after receiving 45 percent of all votes in this week’s online poll.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats celebrated their seniors Friday on senior night and came away with a 37-22 victory over former regional rival Cullman.
SOUTHSIDE — It took a while for Southside to shake off the homecoming and senior night jitters, but the Panthers pulled away for a 54-21 win over Crossville at Barney Hood Stadium on Friday night to clinch the No. 2 seed from Class 5A, Region 6.
Class 2A’s top-ranked Fyffe Red Devils ran past the North Sand Mountain Bison Friday on the road and clinched their seventh regional championship in the last eight years.
GERALDINE — Geraldine celebrated its 2018 homecoming game by crowning senior Reagen Richards as queen and the football team as Class 3A, Region 7 champions.
Sylvania sophomore Gareth Anderson is this week’s Times-Journal Player of the Week, presented by Twin City Used Car Sales after receiving 1,133 of the 2,318 votes in this week’s online poll.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats are now a perfect 4-0 in 6A, Region 8 play this season following Friday’s 17-0 shutout win over the Buckhorn Bucks.
Pisgah brought the fight Friday night at home, but fell short against Class 3A, Region 7 foe Geraldine 28-12. Playing against, arguably one of the region favorites, the Eagles battled throughout the night.