In such a tight football game — a playoff one at that — it’s hard to pinpoint just one moment that made the difference.
What seems most notable about J.U. Blacksher is the sheer number of points it puts up. The Bulldogs are averaging more than 36 points per game and have scored at least 38 in seven of their 11 games thus far.
With football season coming to a close any week — and certainly within the next five weeks — Inside the Lines Podcast will slowly start shifting its focus to the winter sports season. Basketball season begins this week and wrestling follows shortly behind.
It's time for the second round of the football playoffs so Caleb and Lizi preview each local game including Wetumpka's rematch with Spanish Fort (14:56) and Reeltown's long trip to J.U. Blacksher (23:12).
With basketball season officially starting this week, Caleb and Lizi put together a special episode to discuss some of the expectations for the hardwood.
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Despite Vincent boasting just two wins on the season, Reeltown’s football team can throw that record out. The Yellow Jackets seem to have found their stride, winning their last two in a row, and their new identity could pose problems for Reeltown, which is hunting down an undefeated record i…
When an undefeated team goes against a winless one it’s easy to predict the outcome. The Reeltown Rebels defeated the Central Coosa Cougars 58-0 Friday night in a class 2A Region 4 showdown by taking advantage of opportunities and playing like they were against a bigger opponent.
No matter how good you are, it is still hard to be recognized on a statewide level if you’re from a smaller classification, especially when it comes to the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star football game.
For two seasons now, Benjamin Russell’s football team has struggled to find its footing with its run game. The Wildcats have tried different formations, different running backs and different quarterbacks, but nothing has quite worked.
Any time a team can win the turnover battle in a football game, it’s bound to have a momentum shift. But when that team can turn those turnovers into points, that gives it even more confidence.
Holding onto a 10-point lead in the third set, it looked like Reeltown’s volleyball team was going to take an easy stranglehold on a match that was tied at one set each.
As expected, the Class 1A No. 2-ranked Maplesville Red Devils hit Reeltown in the mouth early Friday night in a non-region football game.
Things had been going so well for the area football teams in terms of injuries, but that came to a crashing halt Friday night when three starting quarterbacks either went down or were held out completely due to injuries.
Whatever momentum Reeltown volleyball had in its match with Dadeville on Tuesday was lost when the Rebels gave up a 9-6 start for a 25-20 loss in the fourth set.
It’s been a long time since the county volleyball teams got together to face off on the court, but Saturday, Horseshoe Bend, Dadeville and Reeltown resurrected the Tallapoosa County Tournament.
When two undefeated area teams go against each other, it’s going to be a good one. And Central Coosa and Reeltown were both in for a dogfight in a Class 2A Area 8 volleyball match Thursday night.