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Despite playing hard and finding a few positives, Horseshoe Bend was outmatched by Lanett and the Generals couldn’t come out with a win Friday night.

Two evenly matched teams fought toe to toe Friday night with an AHSAA Class 3A playoff berth hanging in the balance, as a blocked extra point in the fourth quarter was the difference in Reeltown’s 21-20 lost to Pike County.

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Dadeville defeats Beulah 41-0 securing the first winning season since 2014 and the first playoff appearance since 2015.

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More than 170 boats are taking part in the two-day Alabama Bass Trail Championship. Fishermen left Wind Creek State Park early Friday morning and will return starting at 3 p.m. for weigh-ins. The tournament finishes Saturday with the first place team taking home $50,000.

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The NFL and college football seasons are underway, giving Southerners our favorite time of year full of football and friends.

If you watch any long-running TV show, you’ll see most of the protagonists complete a character arch. An initial villain will slowly begin to show heroic traits or a story’s hero will eventually have you guessing if he is really the bad guy after all. That’s what makes the show great and lon…

In every single college football game, there is always some amount of good news and some amount of bad news. The proportions can be overwhelmingly one-sided, but there is most assuredly a silver lining among the refuse if you really, really want to see it. 

Horseshoe Bend and Central Coosa both advanced after Tuesday night’s volleyball area tournaments kicked off.

Dadeville and Reeltown were on the road Tuesday at Beulah for playoff volleyball which saw the Tigers take second in the Class 3A Area 6, while also ending the Rebel’s season in the process.

After seven long months, Central Alabama Community College Trojan Golfers finally returned to collegiate tournament play in late September at the Region Preview in Jasper. This group of Trojans earned a win to pick up where the defending National Junior College Athletics Association National…

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The Dadeville-Reeltown game is one that gets all Tallapoosa County residents get pumped, every single year. It’s an in-county rivalry for Tallapoosa County fans and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s certain as large of a crowd as is allowed will show up for the 55th meeting of the Tigers a…

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The Alexander City Parks and Recreation Department has set up a kickball league at the Charles E. Bailey Sportplex to give locals a competitive and fun outlet.

The volleyball postseason is underway and saw Horseshoe Bend play host in the area playoffs Tuesday after going undefeated in area play in the regular season. Central Coosa, B.B. Comer and Vincent traveled to New Site on Tuesday to see who the best of the best was in Class 2A volleyball. 

Ferst Readers of Tallapoosa County hosted its second annual fishing tournament Saturday and had a big turnout. People from all over Alabama showed up to compete in the Fish for Ferst fundraiser that benefits children ages 0 to 5, helping them learn to read and build confidence in their abili…

A wet night in New Site saw a back-and-forth affair between Horseshoe Bend and LaFayette that ultimately left the Generals without points on Friday and the Bulldogs with just enough to walk away with a 12-0 win and spoil homecoming for Horseshoe Bend.The Bulldogs (2-4, 2-3) were coming off t…

Today, Gov. Kay Ivey called on Alabamians to pay tribute to healthcare heroes for their continued efforts in fighting COVID-19. In her proclamation, Ivey asked Alabamians to thank these heroes by leaving their porch lights on every Friday in October and showing their appreciation at school s…

The college football coaching profession has been evolving rapidly over the last 30 years. It used to be the norm for a good head coach to spend 20 years at a school with varying degrees of success. However, when salaries started to skyrocket, fans and administrations began to lose patience …

If a football game is played in a practically empty forest, will anyone notice? Well, after attending the ’Bama/Texas A&M game Saturday, I can definitively say, “yes.”