As Reeltown’s softball team continues to try to develop a standout pitcher, it’s going to have to have another onslaught of offense. But that should be no problem for the Rebels who batted nearly .400 as a team last year and returns nearly all their heavy hitters.
After graduating only two starters from last year’s squad, Reeltown’s baseball team is ready to once again be competitive in Class 2A Area 7. But the Rebels don’t want to just be competitive this year; they want to win it.
It’s always tough to go into a game not knowing much about the opponent, especially in a game that means so much, but that’s the nature of the postseason.
Benjamin Russell took 11 to the AHSAA Class 6A Wrestling Championships, which began Thursday in Huntsville, and all 11 Wildcats are still alive after the first day.
It’s been three years in the making for Reeltown and it seems like the third year is the charm for the Rebel wrestling program. Both Carson Baker and Labrian Ponds earned spots at the AHSAA Class 1A-5A Wrestling Championships, putting the Rebels into the state championships for the first tim…
Going into the AHSAA Class 1A-3A Indoor Track and Field Championships, Dadeville’s Jamauri Chislom knew it was going to be virtually impossible to bring home a gold medal in the shot put.
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It’s clear when Cameron Faison makes up his mind to do something, he’s going to make it happen. And fortunately, the Reeltown senior had a great support system with his football team this season.
After a really strong second quarter, Reeltown’s girls basketball seemed to get out of its game plan. Holding a double-digit lead, the Rebels started to slow the pace of Monday night’s game against Tallassee and although that seems like a smart strategy in most cases, it just didn’t work for…
It was recently brought to my attention someone overheard a fan say “Girls don’t count” when a local wrestler pinned a female during a match last week.
After five straight losses, a victory was just what the doctor ordered for Reeltown’s boys basketball team. And the Rebels delivered as Eric Shaw dropped in 41 points en route to a 71-61 victory over Beulah on Wednesday night.
Reeltown is hunting down its second straight Class 2A Area 8 girls basketball championship and with the meat of area play now under their belts, the Rebels seem to be off to a great start.
Despite taking a big step up in competition level by moving from Class 2A to Class 3A Region 4, Reeltown’s football team wasn’t looking to take it easy by any means.
Although Reeltown and Tallapoosa County Schools are under scrutiny from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for a baptism that took place at Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium, superintendent Joe Windle is defending the event in question.
All season long, Eric Shaw was a standout on both sides of the ball for Reeltown’s football team. So it wasn’t a huge surprise when the South Carolina commit was named a finalist for the Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 2A Lineman of the Year.
Although Reeltown senior Eric Shaw has been committed to South Carolina for several months now, it became official last week as he signed his National Letter of Intent alongside classmate Cameron Faison, who will continue his football career at Dodge City (Kansas) Community College.
Reeltown had its most successful football season in recent memory, making it all the way to the Class 2A state championship, and the Rebels were recognized for their effort with five making the cut to all-state.
With a new reclassification schedule for the AHSAA, the local volleyball teams also got a bit of shakeup in their area alignments and it seems like there could be some new rivalries brewing.
After dominating Homewood to the tune of 57-12 on Tuesday night, Benjamin Russell’s wrestling team met its match against Helena. The Wildcats’ perfect start to the dual season came to an end as the Huskies earned a 43-30 victory.