Lyman Ward’s James Adcox, seated, signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball with Howard College in Big Spring, Texas.
Despite losing 62-52 Friday night against North River Academy in Tuscaloosa, Lyman Ward football coach Roland Bell feels his team is continuing to make progress and move forward.
Lyman Ward Military Academy had one of its best showings in school history on the football field Friday night. The Fighting Rangers racked up 64 points, setting a school record for points in a game, en route to a 64-16 victory over Lighthouse.
Just in time for the season to begin, Lyman Ward Military Academy officially named its new football coach last week. Roland Bell, who was a strong candidate due to his background in arena football, will take over as the Fighting Rangers’ head man in charge.
Like many private schools, Lyman Ward Military Academy faces its own set of challenges when it comes to keeping coaches and athletic directors for the long haul. But Keith Elliott, who has joined the LWMA staff as AD and head basketball coach, is hoping to change all that.
JAMICHAEL CHAMBLISS, Central Coosa: Chambliss had a standout game for the Cougars both offensively and defensively. He finished with 86 yards on a mere 12 carries and could’ve had more if two long runs weren’t called back due to penalties.
Despite putting together another fantastic passing performance, Lyman Ward Military Academy’s rushing attack was stuck in the mud on Friday night, and that was the biggest difference in a 55-22 loss to Ezekial Academy.
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Tonight Benjamin Russell heads to ASWA No. 5 ranked Opelika in hopes of earning its third consecutive win this season in a pivotal region contest.
With last week’s homecoming game loss to Munford, the Dadeville Tigers go into their third home game of the season with a 2016 record of 1-2 overall and 0-1 for the region.
CAMP HILL – The Lyman Ward Rangers played possibly the best half of football that they had played all season, but the second half was not so kind.
In a sloppy and – according to Lyman Ward football coach Dwayne Thomas – uncharacteristically undisciplined outing, the Fighting Rangers lost to Glenwood 48-12 after allowing 41 first-half points to the visiting Gators.