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Over the last two weeks, Friday nights filled with fantastic football games were overshadowed by some strong disagreement of calls. A week after Dadeville thought it made a game-winning field goal at the last second, Wetumpka did not get the benefit of a flag thrown when a deep ball fell inc…

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Heads started to turn when Dadeville absolutely dominated Horseshoe Bend to start the season. They turned even more when the Tigers played right there with Class 2A No. 6 Reeltown in Week 1, despite an eventual one-touchdown loss.

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After last week’s stomping of Thorsby, LaFayette has proved it’s certainly a contender for the Class 2A Region 4 title. But first, the Bulldogs are going to have to go through Reeltown.

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Over the weekend, Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger — the most accomplished quarterback of the 2000s who isn’t named Tom Brady — went down for the season with an elbow tear, killing any hope of a Steelers Super Bowl for 2019.

Southern Prep’s football team knew it was going to get tougher last Friday night, and it wasn’t disappointed. It went toe-to-toe with Lighthouse Home School but the Warriors ultimately took the lead with 1:14 remaining and held on for a 38-35 victory.

Benjamin Russell’s cross country team hit the trails this weekend at the Spain Park Cross Country Classic, and Reginald Sweetwyne made a name for himself.

The No. 8 Auburn Tigers (3-0) will travel to College Station, Texas, this weekend and take on the No. 17 Texas A&M Aggies (2-1). It will be the eighth meeting between the two teams since A&M joined the conference in 2012.

Revving up the running game, No. 8 Auburn rushed for 467 yards and six touchdowns in a 55-16 homecoming win over Kent State Saturday in the Tigers’ tune-up for SEC play.

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Both Benjamin Russell and Wetumpka knew they would be in for a battle during Thursday night’s volleyball match. After sneaking victories in the first two sets, the Wildcats prepared to put the match away and got some help from all over the court in big moments to finish.

The Dadeville Tigers struggled to stop the run against the Bullock County Hornets in a Class 3A Region 3 football action. A one-play 82-yard touchdown run in the second quarter by the Hornets broke the game open for them in the second quarter and they didn’t look back in a 28-12 victory. 

Benjamin Russell knew it was going to be up against a tough fight against Auburn in a volleyball tri-match Tuesday night, and it proved to be exactly right as the Tigers took a 2-0 sweep to begin the meet. But the Wildcats quickly bounced back, defeating Briarwood Christian in a sweep of the…

Antonio Brown has been in the new cycle constantly for the past month and periodically over the past year for his antics on and off the football field. He has committed acts of selfishness whether it consists of temper tantrums, frostbite on his feet or calling out coaches and teammates on s…


It's a special episode of ITL this week as Caleb and Lizi are joined by The Daily Home's LaVonte Young to discuss the big games in Class 4A Region 4 this week (20:30).

The Auburn Tigers are 2-0 on the season and ranked No. 8 in the country by the Associated Press. They are also one of only six teams in the nation with a quality win over a top-25 opponent. 

Having Covington Academy and Camp Jewell House as their first two opponents on the football field, the Southern Prep Fighting Rangers knew they should be in good shape. Covington is just in its second year of having a football program, while Camp Jewell is in Year 1.

The No. 2-ranked Alabama football team put up 603 yards of total offense in its 62-10 win against New Mexico State in the Crimson Tide’s home opener inside Bryant-Denny Stadium Saturday. Alabama moved to 2-0 on the season while the Aggies dropped to 0-2.