The young baseball season carries onto another week as Horseshoe Bend Generals continue to surge on to a 4-1 record.
It took only two minutes for the Dadeville Tigers to pull a definitive lead over the Reeltown Rebels, leading to their third straight area title with a 66-41 victory.
The Dadeville High bass fishing team took on Lake Martin for their first big tournament of the season Saturday and although the young program didn’t place too high, two anglers brought home scholarships.
Dadeville knocked down three straight three-pointers to get the game going against Elmore County and it was apparent then that fans of either side were in for a good game.
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Benjamin Russell High had to overcome a deficit to pick up their third straight Three River Throw Dow title Saturday.
The Dadeville Tigers boys’ basketball program has gone through so much in the opening weeks of the 2020-2021 basketball season but they’re still forging ahead with trust in their interim head coach.
Action was intense in LaFayette Thursday night as the Dadeville Lady Tigers saw a victory escape their grasp in the second half. However, the boys basketball team survived a late surge from the Bulldogs and held on for a win.
Dadeville High was never out of hot water throughout the game against LaFayette Thursday night but the Tigers were able to overcome a near loss with a fingertip layup from Philstavious Dowdell to win 59-56 Thursday night.
Dadeville’s Lady Tigers went cold in the third quarter and only managed to pick up three points while the LaFayette Lady Bulldogs, sans head coach, managed to comeback and pull out a win late.
The Alabama Sports Writers Association revealed their first high school basketball rankings for boys and girls basketball Wednesday night.
To cap off a unique year, The Outlook wants to recognize the area’s volleyball talent and end the year than with a list of the top performing volleyball players from Tallapoosa and Coosa county teams.
Dadeville Coach Roger McDonald and the Tigers had everything stacked up against them this season and yet still found a way to be the only team left standing following Week 10.
With the 2020 football season in the books, The Outlook recognizes the talent around the Tallapoosa and Coosa counties by naming the top football players in the area.
After going virtual last week to combat with the recent COVID-19, Central Coosa has suspended athletics including the basketball season opener against Verbena on Tuesday and Horseshoe Bend next Monday. According to Central Coosa athletic director Brett Thomas, the two games are being resched…
Another game, another late comeback by the Panthers with clutch free throws as Elmore County girls basketball team walked away with another win, this time against Dadeville, 44-42.
Nothing feels as good as seeing sacrifices and hard work come to fruition and that’s exactly what happened at Dadeville on Thursday as parents and friends gathered for signing day.
The cross country season is heating up as sectionals began over the weekend to weed out the top talent in Alabama as runners advance to the state championship cross country meet.
Looking at the schedule at the beginning of the season and all the obstacles standing in the way, it was hard to imagine seeing Dadeville in the playoffs. But that’s exactly where the Tigers find themselves this week as they travel to Brewton to take on T.R. Miller in the first round of the …