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Forcing turnovers was the name of the game for Dadeville’s girls basketball team in its season opener Monday night. Despite being matched up against Class 4A Elmore County, the Tigers used a high-potent, aggressive defense to force turnover after turnover.

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Both the girls and the boys basketball teams for Dadeville bring back a lot from last year, but while the girls will still be underclassmen-heavy, the boys will be loaded with a group of returning seniors and juniors with a ton of experience.

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.

For the most part, football season has ended around Tallapoosa and Coosa counties. But don’t expect Friday nights for the area athletes to free up any time soon as basketball season officially kick starts next week.

Despite local cross country teams having some small roster numbers, they are still managing to do big things this season. Benjamin Russell, Dadeville and Horseshoe Bend will all have representatives at Saturday’s AHSAA Cross Country Championships in Oakville.

It's time to wrap up the regular season as Caleb and Lizi quickly discuss the big coaching news out of Dadeville last week (5:48) before diving into the Game of the Week between Tallassee and Elmore County (9:00).

It was a cold, windy and somewhat dreary day for fishing last Saturday but that didn’t stop the local high school teams from taking to Lake Jordan for the second tournament of the Three River Throwdown.

There was no question the Dadeville volleyball team would be in for its biggest test of the season when the Tigers traveled to Montgomery for Thursday’s Class 3A South Super Regional. After one set on the court, it was clear Dadeville was not going to be advancing to the next round but that …

Dadeville’s football team showed up to play in back-to-back games for the first time all year as the Tigers came out hot from last week’s victory, firing on all cylinders to beat Prattville Christian, 45-14, in Class 3A Region 3 action. It couldn’t have been a better way for 20-year head coa…

They say it’s not how you start but how you finish, and Dadeville’s football team proved that against Beulah when it rallied from a quick deficit to win 35-14 in a Class 3A Region 3 game.

Dadeville traveled to Pike County on Friday to take on the Patriots for Pike’s very first home game in its new football stadium. It was a high-energy atmosphere for the Patriots who left with a 42-0 shut out of the Tigers, who will be looking to find some positives to close out the season.

There were a lot of positives to take from Dadeville’s 8-2 loss last week against Montgomery Academy. The Tigers felt like they played one of their best defensive games of the season, but tonight, they’re going to need to have an even better showing if they hope to come away with a victory.

With Elmore County winless on the season and Dadeville sitting at a disappointing 1-4, Friday night was destined to be a scene of agony and ecstasy at Tiger Stadium. It was in only the final minute of the Panthers and Tigers’ tilt the two roles were assigned.