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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…

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TPI's Santana Wood and Siri Hedreen bring you the latest tri-county news including a high speed police chase and weekend events while sports writer Ryne Gallacher shares area sports news.

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.

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Reeltown has had an up-and-down season this year but one thing that has remained constant throughout the season is the play of senior Johnny Brown.

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 …

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Dadeville defeats Beulah 41-0 securing the first winning season since 2014 and the first playoff appearance since 2015.

Dadeville and Reeltown were on the road Tuesday at Beulah for playoff volleyball which saw the Tigers take second in the Class 3A Area 6, while also ending the Rebel’s season in the process.

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The Dadeville-Reeltown game is one that gets all Tallapoosa County residents get pumped, every single year. It’s an in-county rivalry for Tallapoosa County fans and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s certain as large of a crowd as is allowed will show up for the 55th meeting of the Tigers a…

Not often does a team take the shape of its coach. But the Tigers have done just that with new coach Roger McDonald, being tough and gritty on defense while outsmarting and being patient on offense, sticking to and trusting the game plan.

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It was homecoming night from Bulldog Stadium in LaFayette as the Bulldogs looked to be victorious for the first time this season. Dadeville had other plans, though, and defeated LaFayette, 18-7, on Friday night.

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The Dadeville Tigers are set to take on Childersburg this week but will have to wait an extra day to get their paws on the “other” Tigers.

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.

After Friday night’s 30-0 loss against Montgomery Catholic (2-1), Dadeville (1-1) wants to get back on track when it travels to Pike County (1-1) this week.

The Dadeville Tigers are now 1-0 on the season and it feels oh so good to get that first win of the season to instill confidence and show the players all the summer’s hard work has paid off.

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Getting settled in and used to a new job can be a whirlwind of emotions — exciting, intimidating and even a little overwhelming. 

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Dadeville gave first-year head coach Roger McDonald a big win over Elmore County in his debut. The Tigers looked to follow that effort with an upset of one of the top teams in the state to begin Class 3A, Region 4 play, but they fell short.