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To better assist Alabama principals, athletic directors, coaches, student-athletes and parents regarding what is allowed or not allowed during the mandatory school closures, the Alabama High School Athletic Association provided a list of frequently asked questions last week that apply to all…

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To better assist Alabama principals, athletic directors, coaches, student-athletes and parents regarding what is allowed or not allowed during the mandatory school closures, the Alabama High School Athletic Association provided a list of frequently asked questions last week that apply to all…

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FORT PAYNE — Whatever resolution was to be reached from the mandatory spring sports stoppage due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, senior athletes from around DeKalb County were hoping there would be something left to salvage on the other side.

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FORT PAYNE — With all high school sports going on a hiatus this week due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, DeKalb County coaches and athletes are dealing with the abrupt stoppage and the uncertainty of what the season holds on the other side.

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The Sylvania Rams’ varsity boys capped off their best season in program history Tuesday with a fifth-place overall finish in the AHSAA’s Class 1A-3A State Tennis Championships at Lagoon Park in Montgomery.

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The Sylvania Rams varsity tennis teams pulled off a sweep of the Fort Payne Wildcats on the road Tuesday.

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Fort Payne High School’s varsity boys and girls tennis teams both picked up wins against the Plainview Bears and Lady Bears on Monday night. 

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Both Fort Payne boys and girls’ tennis teams swept Dade County (Georgia) on Monday.

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The Fort Payne girls’ tennis team lost a tough match Feb. 18 to the Boaz Lady Pirates, but head coach Dan Berry said he saw something in that performance he knew he could build on.