COLLINSVILLE – Two recently graduated Collinsville Panthers signed Wednesday to continue playing soccer at the collegiate level.
The Class 6A state runner-up Fort Payne Wildcats varsity boys soccer team had a pair of seniors earn all-state honors this week on the 2018 coaches all-state boys soccer team.
Collinsville junior midfielder Bryan Barrientos was one of 18 Alabama high school soccer players who were selected to represent the northern half of the state in the 2018 AHSAA North-South All-Star Soccer Match.
HUNTSVILLE – The No. 2-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats are headed to the Class 6A state championship game today after a runaway victory in Friday’s semifinals match against the Pell City Panthers.
FORT PAYNE – The No. 2-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats punched their ticket to Huntsville after escaping with a heart wrenching 1-0 win Friday over the No. 5 Florence Falcons in the third round of the Class 6A State Playoffs.
The No. 6-ranked Collinsville Panthers wrapped up a perfect 10-0 run through 1A-3A, Area 6 play this past weekend with a pair of blowout wins over Faith Christian.
The Class 1A-3A No. 13-ranked Sylvania Lady Rams picked up their sixth and seventh consecutive wins last Thursday at Crossville and Tuesday at St. Bernard by a combined score of 13-1.
The 6A, No. 2-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats secured their 11th consecutive area championship with a pair of wins this week over the Southside Panthers on Tuesday and Thursday.
COLLINSVILLE – Following a hard-fought 2-1 win over the Class 7A Oak Mountain Eagles, the Fort Payne Wildcats hit the road to take on a county foe and one of the best teams in Classes 1A-3A in the Collinsville Panthers on Thursday.
The Fort Payne Wildcats wrapped up their pre-spring break schedule with a 2-1 run in the Smokey Mountain Cup Tournament in Gatlinburg, Tennessee and a 5-0 shutout win on the road over Oxford.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Wildcats’ varsity boys soccer team held on to win 4-2 in penalty kicks against the Oxford Yellow Jackets on Friday in a game that was scoreless up to that point.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats varsity soccer team defeated the Oxford Lady Yellow Jackets in blowout fashion Friday night in a 10-0 shutout that forced that game to be called early by mercy rule with four minutes left in regulation.
The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats varsity soccer team bounced back from an 0-2-1 run at the Lakeshore Shootout with a pair of big wins last week at home over the Glencoe Lady Yellow Jackets and the Indian Springs.
The No. 5-ranked Collinsville Panthers varsity boys soccer team notched their first 1A-3A, Section 6 victory of the year on Friday in a dominant performance at home against Donoho.
The No. 6-ranked Collinsville Panthers opened their 2018 campaign by pulling off a clean sweep of the competition at the Lincoln Golden Goal Invitational over the weekend.
Fort Payne junior Evan McPherson can add another great accolade to his list of accomplishments on the field after earning a spot on the 2017 National Soccer Coaches Association of America first team all-state in June.
Class 6A’s No. 2-ranked and Area 13 champion Fort Payne Wildcats closed out their regular-season schedule this week with a win and a loss and are moving on to a win-or-go-home matchup with one of their top rivals in the Cullman Bearcats in the first round of the state tournament on Saturday …
Class 1A-3A’s No. 3-ranked Collinsville Panthers closed out their regular-season schedule with another dominant win in Area play Monday with a 12-2 victory over Sacred Heart.
FORT PAYNE – Class 6A’s No. 2-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats hosted one of the toughest opponents they will face all season and held a lead before a lighting delay kept Tuesday’s game from finishing against Class 7A’s No. 1-ranked defending state champion Oak Mountain Eagles.
COLLINSVILLE – Class 1A-3A’s No. 4-ranked Collinsville Panthers added another win to their perfect Area record (5-0) after Monday’s dominant 6-0 victory over the Weaver Bearcats.
The No. 4 Collinsville Panthers earned their 14th win of the season in Thursday’s 5-2 victory over Class 6A’s Southside Panthers at Chad Hawkins Stadium.
FORT PAYNE – The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats sent their seniors out with a big victory on senior night in a 10-0 thrashing of the Oxford Lady Yellow Jackets at Wildcat Stadium on Thursday.
FORT PAYNE – The No. 2 Fort Payne Wildcats picked up their 14th win of the season at home in Thursday’s 6-1 victory over the No. 10-ranked Oxford Yellow Jackets.
FORT PAYNE – Coming off of a tough 7-0 loss at The McCallie School in Chattanooga, the Class 6A, No. 2-ranked Fort Payne Wildcats (13-4) bounced back in a big way Monday night in a 10-0 win over the Southside Panthers (3-10-1) at Wildcat Stadium.
The Class 1A-3A No. 2-ranked Collinsville Panthers’ varsity boys soccer team came out on top in a physical 2-0 win over Class 4A-5A’s No. 2 Guntersville Wildcats for their 12th straight victory despite playing with heavy hearts on Tuesday.
The Collinsville Panthers’ varsity boys soccer team won their first Area matchup of the season Tuesday in a dominant 10-0 victory over the Sacred Heart Cardinals in Anniston.
The Fort Payne Wildcats earned four-straight wins, including a win in the championship game over rival Cullman, in less than 24 hours to win the Florence Soccer Challenge Tournament on Saturday.
The Fort Payne Wildcats pulled off a massive upset after two overtime periods and penalty kicks to win 5-4 on Tuesday over the Dalton Catamounts who were recently named the No. 1 boys soccer team in the country by USA Today.
There was no question as to the importance of Thursday night’s second-round playoff at Fort Payne Wildcat Stadium. The two teams felt this game was for the state championship.
The Fort Payne Lady Wildcats had taken the Albertville Lady Aggies to two separate overtime appearances in consecutive games this season, and Thursday’s game looked early like it was heading in that same direction.