Dadeville took the field Saturday and walked away with a huge region win against familiar foe Childersburg, the first region win for Dadeville this season.
Dadeville is feeling good after Saturday’s win against region opponent Childersburg and it is looking to go on a winning streak as it travels to Lafayette (0-3) on Friday.
TPI sports writers Ryne Gallacher and Caleb Turrentine break down Friday night games in the tri-county area in this live pre-game show.
Pike County junior running back Zakevin Pennington had a big night scoring six touchdowns and two 2-point conversions for a total of 40 points in a 60-14 PCHS win over Dadeville on Friday night at Bulldog Stadium of Brundidge.
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The Alabama Department of Public Health said a memo issued Thursday by the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) says spectators will be allowed to attend football games and other athletic events, but attendance likely will be significantly reduced, according to a news release. Un…
The Dadeville Kiwanis Club will once again host its annual golf tournament fundraiser Sept. 30 at StillWaters to raise money for its scholarships fund.
Dadeville newcomer Vicky McDonald is eager to dive into a school year of firsts. Although she’s been a girls coach in the past and a 20-year educator, McDonald will tackle some unknown territory at Dadeville High School.
Alabama High School Athletics Association Executive Director Steve Savarese was once again behind the podium Thursday afternoon to give an update on the governing body's latest decision to keep high school sports season on schedule with less than a month to go before the first contests.
The COVID-19 pandemic was well underway when Roger McDonald was named Dadeville’s new football coach. Even though school is still out, McDonald said his team was eager to get down to business.
Horseshoe Bend is eager to get the second season under coach Jeremy Phillips started and put last year behind it. The first season under Phillips wasn’t an easy one, but turning a program around that hasn’t sniffed the playoffs since 2016 is no easy task.
Especially with the coronavirus pandemic and people being stuck indoors and away from their families and friends for so long, mental health has been something that’s more and more talked about over the course of the last several months.
Although region games are what determines playoff futures and standings, it’s some of the non-region games that really stick out for the Dadeville Tigers this year. After having an open week the first week of the season, Dadeville will start out with a longstanding rivalry.
Around Alabama, football seems to be the main focus during the summer. Fans are excited to see what their favorite teams are going to bring to the gridiron, and most coaches will say games are really won during the offseason.
Being well known across the state is an accomplishment in and of itself. But throughout this week in history, locals were making names for themselves on national and even international levels.
For many players and parents, the first time they even laid eyes on new Dadeville football coach Roger McDonald was Monday. They’re still adjusting to what having a new coach is going to look like and how he’ll handle the team — not just in normal situations but also with all these new guide…
Central Alabama Community College has become known around the nation for its golf team; the Trojans have won multiple national championships on the links.
With athletics getting ready to once again begin for the first time in more than two months across the state, the AHSAA has released a set of “Best Practices” guidelines for return. Those include everything from sanitation guidelines, a set of pre-screening questions and suggestions for main…
Although Lindsey Smith, Jake Adams and I have remained close in the three-plus years since I left Pennsylvania, it’s still hard to get a sense of what’s going on for them on a day-to-day basis.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, countless people, businesses and organizations have been affected. Lives have changed, likely forever.
This time a year ago, Dadeville’s boys track and field team was still basking in the glory of its third-place finish at the AHSAA Class 2A Track and Field Championships.