Benjamin Russell started the 2020 baseball season on a positive note, getting timely hits and solid pitching to defeat Wetumpka, 5-3, Saturday.
Although Benjamin Russell walked away from the Purple and Gold softball tournament in Tallassee without a victory, the Wildcats still had some things to be proud of.
Last Friday, Benjamin Russell’s Brooklyn Edwards officially signed her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Southern Union State Community College.
When a team is coming off a quarterfinal appearance, that comes with a lot of pressure. But Benjamin Russell’s baseball team has put last year behind it.
Two Benjamin Russell wrestlers have guaranteed at least a silver medal at the AHSAA Class 6A Wrestling Championships, but they’re both wanting more. Sandlin Pike and Hezekiah Hunter will both go for the gold Saturday in the finals at 106 and 170 pounds, respectively.
Although there were clearly some first-game jitters for both Benjamin Russell and Dadeville’s softball teams during the season opener Thursday night, the Wildcats seemed to handle those better.
Benjamin Russell took 11 to the AHSAA Class 6A Wrestling Championships, which began Thursday in Huntsville, and all 11 Wildcats are still alive after the first day.
With Alexander City being virtually underwater for the better part of a week, a lot of questions are still surrounding the Benjamin Russell softball team.
Of course Benjamin Russell wants to collect a slew of individual gold medals at the AHSAA Class 6A Wrestling Championships, which begin today in Huntsville. But even if the Wildcats can’t get everyone to the top of the podium, that doesn’t mean the guys who didn’t place first aren’t just as …
Going into the AHSAA Class 1A-3A Indoor Track and Field Championships, Dadeville’s Jamauri Chislom knew it was going to be virtually impossible to bring home a gold medal in the shot put.
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There’s only one game left in the regular season, and it’s one of the most anticipated of the year. An even bigger excitement surrounds tonight’s Benjamin Russell versus Central Coosa boys basketball game as the Wildcats’ new coach Jeremy Freeman ushers in his old team for the first time.
Benjamin Russell’s soccer teams are in two opposite boats to start this season. The boys team graduated seven starters from last year’s squad while the girls are having to replace just two from 2019.
With games in his high school boys basketball career becoming more and more numbered, it’s clear Benjamin Russell’s Qua Howell has a renewed sense of energy. Howell, like many other Wildcat seniors, doesn’t want it to end.
Although an 84-67 loss certainly isn’t something to write home about, when it comes just two months after a 44-point defeat at the hands of the same thing, there is something to be proud of. That’s how Benjamin Russell’s boys basketball team is looking at its non-area loss to Talladega on Mo…
In both baseball and softball, it’s hard to argue the most essential positions are the pitcher and the catcher. For Benjamin Russell’s squads, which officially got back to work Monday, they’ll be searching for those two things.
Despite traveling out of state, Benjamin Russell still seemed right at home at this weekend’s Darlington (Georgia) Invitational. The Wildcats brought home five individual medalists, including Saxon Coker who won his sixth straight tournament, and earned third overall in the team standings.
Last month, Benjamin Russell took a slew of students to compete at the Special Olympics in Sylacauga and several Wildcats performed extremely well. In total, BRHS collected 13 gold medals.
Scoring has not exactly been Benjamin Russell’s forte on the boys basketball court this season. The Wildcats have struggled to find a secondary shooter after leading scorer Za Stowes and they haven’t shown a lot of consistency when it comes to scoring on a regular basis.
With less than two seconds to go in overtime, it looked like Briarwood was going to escape with a girls basketball victory against Benjamin Russell.
I am not the type of person to doubt a woman’s word in a situation involving an unwanted sexual advance. Women have a hard enough time coming forward about a bad sexual experience without people coming out of the woodwork questioning their motives.
With five straight pins to start the night, Benjamin Russell gave Jasper no wiggle room during Tuesday night’s wrestling match. The Wildcats set the tone early and rode that momentum to a 57-22 victory on Senior Night.
Although Benjamin Russell’s boys basketball team officially finished the Class 6A Area 6 schedule winless after a loss to Opelika on Tuesday night, the Wildcats aren’t necessarily discouraged about their postseason hopes.
For the last two years in a row, the team that’s won Opelika’s Bulldawg Brawl has gone on to win the AHSAA Class 6A Wrestling Championships. Benjamin Russell is hoping that’s a trend that’ll continue as the Wildcats reigned supreme at the annual tournament on Monday.
It’s clear both Benjamin Russell and Dadeville’s girls basketball teams are still trying to work on some things. Neither have that go-to player who can be counted on no matter what and with just two weeks left in the season, there are still a lot of kinks to be worked out.
Although Benjamin Russell’s wrestling team had to settle for third in the team standings at Saturday’s Warrior Invitational at Thompson, the Wildcats collected a slew of individual accolades. Seven Benjamin Russell wrestlers finished in the top three of their respective weight classes and fo…
Any time a boys basketball team goes several minutes without a field goal, it’s going to be tough to come back from — unless its defense is fairly unbreakable. But when a team goes on long scoring droughts several times throughout a game, that’s nearly impossible to recover from — even if it…
It was recently brought to my attention someone overheard a fan say “Girls don’t count” when a local wrestler pinned a female during a match last week.
After earning a hard-fought victory over defending state champion McAdory on Thursday night, Benjamin Russell’s wrestling team couldn’t quite overcome a pair of forfeit losses. The Wildcats were ousted by Oxford in the quarterfinals of the AHSAA Class 6A Duals Championships, 42-32.
What started so well did not end nearly as nicely for Benjamin Russell’s girls basketball team on Friday night in a Class 6A Area 6 game against Russell County.