Run the ball. A lot.
Despite both Horseshoe Bend and Central Coosa both still being winless, neither one of them is out of the playoff hunt. But when the teams meet tonight, it could determine a lot in who stays in that battle for the postseason in Class 2A Region 4.
Last year, all but one of Dadeville’s seven losses came by two touchdowns or less. Four of those were by 10 points or fewer.
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Heading into the season opener tonight, Horseshoe Bend and Dadeville both have a lot of similarities. They are both hoping for more success than they found a year ago; they both have a lot of unanswered questions remaining; and they both had a key injury during their intrasquad scrimmages la…
Actual football games have finally arrived this week so Caleb Turrentine and Lizi Arbogast are here to preview some of the top games in the area (3:15) while making their predictions for Week 0.
They might be only seniors or even freshman in high school, but Saturday the Horseshoe Bend varsity volleyball team turned the tables and became coaches for the day.
With the season just a week away, both Horseshoe Bend and Benjamin Russell’s volleyball teams got to put their skills to the test Thursday night. BRHS hosted an umpires’ clinic and although it was supported by a big home crowd, Benjamin Russell came out on the losing side as Horseshoe Bend s…
Just like high school football teams started official practice this week, volleyball teams across the state also took to the courts for their first week of practice. And for two local teams, one thing that’s been beneficial is mixing JV and varsity squads together.
Most teams first few days of practice look about the same as what they’ve been doing all summer long. But that’s not the case at all for Horseshoe Bend.
With the 2019 high school football season rapidly approaching, sports editor Lizi Arbogast and sports writer Caleb Turrentine join in for a series of 13 episodes to preview local teams. Each weekday leading up to the first game, a new episode will be released featuring interviews from coache…
Last week I wrote about how student-athletes are putting in work year-round for just a few short months of actual play. I wrote about how important that offseason work was for building team chemistry, getting bigger, stronger and faster and bonding as one unit.
The Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason high school football rankings with first-place votes, last year’s record and total poll points:
Inside the Lines Podcast is starting its football preview series with a breakdown of the Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason poll which released Sunday night.
If there was a team to strive to be like on the softball field this year, it was the University of Alabama. The Crimson Tide had it all — great pitching, strong defense, solid hitting up and down the lineup — and that translated into a lot of wins on the softball field.
This is where the fun really begins. In just over a week, local teams will hit the fields for their first fall practices, and in just under a month, it’s officially game time.
Both Caleb Turrentine and I got to spend some time in Montgomery last week for the AHSAA North-South All-Star week, and it was definitely a sight to be seen.