It was a nip-and-tuck affair Thursday night and Benjamin Russell showed it’s made some clear improvements on the boys basketball team. But it wasn’t quite enough to overcome Childersburg in a 53-49 loss to start the season.
Former Benjamin Russell and current Central Alabama Community College golfer Dylan Moncus, seated center, officially signed his National Letter of Intent to play at Samford University next year.
Offense was undoubtedly going to be the biggest problem for Benjamin Russell’s girls basketball coming into the season, and it learned just how tough it might be Thursday night in the season opener against Childersburg.
Benjamin Russell returned to the friendly confines of Lake Martin on Saturday in the third tournament of the Three River Throwdown, and the Wildcats used their home lake to their advantage. BRHS took four of the top-10 positions to dominate the competition and win the team title at this week…
Jeremy Freeman had a relatively simple plan for the Central Coosa boys basketball team, and he took it to the state championship a year ago.
With football season coming to a close any week — and certainly within the next five weeks — Inside the Lines Podcast will slowly start shifting its focus to the winter sports season. Basketball season begins this week and wrestling follows shortly behind.
With basketball season officially starting this week, Caleb and Lizi put together a special episode to discuss some of the expectations for the hardwood.
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The fall sports calendar is starting to come to an end but not before Caleb and Lizi dive into the latest news from the football field to the volleyball court.
The home crowd for Benjamin Russell’s volleyball matches has been a huge advantage for the Wildcats and they’re hoping that continues Tuesday night. They’ll host the Class 6A Area 6 tournament and will have a bye through the semifinals.
Although Central Coosa won the right to host the Class 2A Area 8 volleyball tournament Tuesday, there is no time to take anyone lightly. The Cougars will start off with Thorsby, which it swept in the regular season but went to four sets in both matches, then it’ll have the winner of Reeltown…
After two sets against Handley on Thursday, it looked like it was going to be a quick and easy Senior Night for the Benjamin Russell volleyball team.
Going into Friday night’s game, Hezekiah Hunter needed only 54 yards to surpass the century mark for Benjamin Russell’s football team. It seemed inevitable with two games left on the schedule, it wasn’t a matter of if he would get it but when.
The playoffs are out of the question for Benjamin Russell’s football team, but instead of focusing on that, the Wildcats are trying to look at what’s ahead.
Less than three minutes into Thursday night’s must-win game against Wetumpka, Benjamin Russell found itself trailing by two touchdowns. The Wildcats showed some fight and had the lead trimmed to just one score early in the fourth quarter but a late interception from Wetumpka’s Tyquan Rawls s…
After losing the opening set in a Class 6A Area 6 match against Opelika on Tuesday night, Benjamin Russell’s volleyball team came storming back. It won three sets in a row to take the victory and clinch the area regular-season title.
The Benjamin Russell volleyball team knew it would have a target on its back entering Saturday’s Elmore County Block Party after the Wildcats won the tournament last season. After dropping their first match of the day to Prattville Christian, the Wildcats responded with three straight wins t…
After a less than impressive first half, Benjamin Russell came out swinging Friday night in a Class 6A Region 3 game.
After dropping two of the first three sets against Elmore County, the Benjamin Russell volleyball team had its back against the wall, trailing 19-17 in the fourth set. After a timeout from BRHS coach Magan Ford, the Wildcats rolled off six of the next seven points to take the lead before Bro…