Alabama football’s Anfernee Jennings was one of three Alabama football players who have been named to the 2019 Dick Butkus Award Watch List announced Monday by the Butkus Foundation. Terrell Lewis and Dylan Moses were also named to the list.
Football is season is right around the corner, and that means we’re gearing up for a full slate of both digital and print content. Our latest project, Inside the Lines Podcast, has been taking off as sportswriter Caleb Turrentine and I have been diving into topics from softball pitch count a…
Kobi Crabb got to don the Benjamin Russell helmet one final team during Thursday night’s North-South All-Star game in Montgomery. Crabb knew he would be representing the Wildcats and came up with a couple of key plays to help lead the South to a 22-19 victory during his final high school game.
Although some say the AHSAA North-South All-Star football game isn’t the best format and it certainly isn’t the premier all-star game in the state, it still a sight to be seen as some of the top talent get their last shot at a high school football game. Some of the best players from around A…
Ever since Jesse Foster took over the boys basketball program at Dadeville two years ago, the Tigers have been on the rise. They’ve hosted back-to-back area tournaments, winning it this past season, and one of their own, PJ Eason, is one of the most highly touted players in his class.
University of Alabama football player and Dadeville alumnus Anfernee Jennings had a special message for children at the Back to School Jamboree and Fun Day on Saturday.
Exactly six weeks before its first game, the Dadeville football team traveled to Tallassee for its second set of organized team activities (OTAs) of the summer. Despite making the trip without some key players, the Tigers showed plenty of effort and coach Richard White was pleased with what …
The Dadeville Dixie Youth Majors All-Star team put its motto “Fearless” to use in the state tournament to secure the championship and advance the team of 12 to the Dixie Youth World Series in North Carolina later this month.
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After committing five errors in an opening-round loss to Beulah, Dadeville’s softball team stayed alive in the Class 3A Area 7 tournament at Randolph County on Tuesday by routing B.B. Comer 11-1.
Benjamin Russell’s track and field team will have its largest contingent at the Class 6A state championships this week after an incredibly strong showing at the 6A Section 3 meet this weekend.
After putting up six runs in the top of the first inning, Benjamin Russell’s softball team kept the pedal to the metal and dominated Dadeville, 13-3, on Friday to end both teams’ regular seasons. The Wildcats racked up 16 hits in the victory.
Having entered the top 10 of the Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 3A rankings, Dadeville’s baseball team is right where it wanted to be entering the postseason. The Tigers, who had some ups and downs this season, seem to be playing their best ball and are heading into the playoffs ri…
Jake Outlaw has proven he likes pitching against Horseshoe Bend. The usual Dadeville closer was perfect in his final-inning outing against the Generals the first time around, helping his team to stay in the game in an eventual walk-off victory.
Bella Studdard was on her A-game for Reeltown’s softball team Wednesday afternoon, as she no-hit LaFayette en route to a 21-1 victory in a three-inning area game.
Offense was hard to come by for Benjamin Russell’s softball team, which was defeated by Chelsea, 6-0, on Wednesday afternoon. The Wildcats (14-13) managed only four hits all game.
When the conversation turns to tenacious small-school baseball teams, rivals Reeltown and Dadeville are the examples. On Saturday, their showdown didn’t disappoint as the Rebels upended the Tigers, 7-6, in Game 1 of a doubleheader.
Early on, it looked like Dadeville’s softball team was going to roll to an easy victory over Horseshoe Bend during Benjamin Russell’s annual Think Pink Round Robin tournament on Friday evening. But the Generals weren’t going down that easily.
After being off for more than a week, It took a while for Benjamin Russell’s softball teams to settle into Friday night’s all-county action during its annual Think Pink Round Robin tournament. But once the Wildcats did settle in, they were firing on all cylinders and grabbed a pair of run-ru…
All season long, it’s been the heavy hitter Slade McCullers and the ace Tripp McKinley who have been carrying Dadeville’s baseball team to success. But Tuesday night, the duo didn’t have its best game.
The Dadeville boys track team got a trio of top-2 finishes from Christian Nelson in the Albertville JV meet Tuesday and girls got a pair of top 10s from Skye Foster in the Gulf Shores St. Patrick’s Day meet Saturday.
The Dadeville softball team has struggled to add to its win total over the last two weeks but the Tigers had showed some fight against tough competition Tuesday afternoon. Dadeville traveled to Tallassee to face the Class 5A No. 8 team and held a two-run lead in the second inning before ulti…
Benjamin Russell’s win streak is now at nine baseball games after a sweep of Fort Payne on Saturday afternoon. The Wildcats won 8-1 before earning a five-inning shutout, 11-0.
After a disappointing loss to Tallassee on Wednesday afternoon, Benjamin Russell’s softball team immediately bounced back Thursday night with a big victory over Alabama Christian. The Wildcats had previously lost to ACA twice, once during exhibition play and once during the regular season, b…
Benjamin Russell’s fishing team keeps inching closer and closer to the top, as it took second place at the Alabama Student Anglers Bass Fishing Association tournament at Lake Eufaula last weekend. While the Wildcats won a few district competitions during the fall season, it was their best fi…
Fifteen strikeouts were more than enough for Benjamin Russell’s Taylor Harris, who helped the Wildcats’ softball team to a 7-2 victory over Opelika on Tuesday night.