Bentley Baker is a standout player for the Reeltown softball team and has been working hard on her craft to have a chance to get to the next level. Baker’s hard work has paid off as she signed an offer from Southern Union State Community College.
With the 2020 football season in the books, The Outlook recognizes the talent around the Tallapoosa and Coosa counties by naming the top football players in the area.
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…
Reeltown missed out on the playoffs last week when it lost its second straight game by one point. But despite not going to the dance for the first time since 2007, the Rebels are still putting their nose to the grindstone to finish out the regular season strong.
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Reeltown’s volleyball team has redeemed itself after a rough weekend tournament. After going 0-4 this past weekend, the Rebels earned a 4-1 win in Tuesday’s tri-match over B.B. Comer and Fayetteville.
If everything goes as planned, Reeltown coach Matt Johnson likes the odds for this week’s matchup.
Reeltown has a whole new look to it this year with a large portion of last year’s offense having moved on from the program. The absence of previous players has left holes open for other players to emerge as stars for the Rebels.
It was senior night for the Reeltown Rebels (2-1), who played host to the Childersburg Tigers (0-2) on Friday Night at Nix-Webster-O’Neal Stadium. Reeltown was victorious for the second time this season, claiming a 28-8 victory over Childersburg to open up regional play.
The Rebels are licking their wounds from Friday’s loss to St. James and looking to get things rolling again in the right direction this week when they take on Childerburg.
Following an afternoon of scattered thunderstorms, Reeltown took the field as it played host to the St. James Trojans in Week 1. However, it was the Trojan offense that poured down on Reeltown, as St. James (1-1) defeated Reeltown (1-1), 31-20.
Thursday’s 27-21 overtime win over Tallassee is one the Reeltown program will remember for years to come, but the Rebels aren’t letting the win distract them from having success in Week 1.
The final Tallassee pass attempt was just overthrown into the corner of the end zone as the ball hit the grass, the Reeltown sideline erupted. The incomplete pass was the final step to Reeltown’s comeback as the Rebels completed their 27-21 overtime victory at Tallassee on Thursday in the ri…
Fans enjoyed the renewal of the Reeltown-Tallassee rivalry at J.E. 'Hot' O'Brien Stadium in Tallassee on Thursday. Fans saw a nail-biter where the Rebels won in overtime 27-21 while some wore masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
When it comes to sports, nothing brings intensity and energy like a rivalry game on the gridiron. Rivalries are the theme of this upcoming season in Tallapoosa and Coosa counties as old ones are renewed and new ones emerge as games to watch for years to come.
Reeltown has been a powerhouse for years when it comes to football. The community’s support for the program has undoubtedly elevated the confidence of the players and allowed them to play better.