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COLUMN: AHSAA getting heat from State House regarding public-private dispute

The current firestorm regarding transfers between public and private schools has centered on Madison Academy. The school's athletic program has won numerous state titles including baseball. (Staff Photo)

By Mike Tankersley
Special to RRS
(March 19, 2017)

Ed. Note: Mike Tankersley is a former member of the staff of the Montgomery Advertiser and is now an editor and writer for the Arab Tribune. The following column ran this weekend in the Tribune.

There is another battle brewing in the state legislature. But it has nothing to do with gambling or your taxes.

Some state legislators tried to hold Alabama High School Association’s feet to the fire on Wednesday over an issue that is increasingly drawing the ire of a lot of coaches and fans in this state, and that is the assumed unfairness some private schools have over public schools when it comes to athletics.


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Alabama-Mississippi All-Star basketball set for ASU on Friday

Contributed
(March 17, 2017)

Alabama and Mississippi All-Stars square off Friday night in the 27th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Basketball Games at the Dunn-Oliver Acadome on the Alabama State University campus.

The girls’ game will tip off at 5 p.m., and the boys’ game will follow at 7.


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AHSAA STATE FINALS: Lanett boys top R.C. Hatch; Deshler girls fall

Combined Report
(March 4, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM – Lanett went inside in the fourth period to out-score R.C. Hatch down the stretch 19-7 as the Panthers claimed their second straight state title in the 95th annual AHSAA Class 2A State Tournament boys’ championship game Friday at the BJCC Legacy Arena.


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AHSAA STATE FINALS: Hubbard wins 1A on last-second free throw

Combined Report
(March 3, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM -- Eighth grader Alexandria Orr was fouled as the fourth quarter of the AHSAA Class 1A girls’ state basketball finals ended Thursday night. She would sink the second of two free throws with no time remaining to give R.A. Hubbard of Courtland a 44-43 victory and the 2017 championship over defending state champion Spring Garden at the BJCC Legacy Arena.


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AHSAA STATE FINALS: Hatch back in finals

Combined Report
(February 28, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM - R.C. Hatch had an easy time defeating Sheffield, 52-27, Monday in the Class 2A boys’ state tournament semifinals. The win allowed the Bobcats to advance to Friday’s championship game for the first time since 2009.


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2017 AHSAA Boys Regional Tournament schedule and results

Staff Report
(February 23, 2017)

Regional schedule and results for AHSAA Boys basketball tournament. Winners advances to the AHSAA State Finals at the BJCC in Birmingham. (River Region teams in bold)


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2017 AHSAA Girls Regional Tournament schedule and results

Staff Report
(February 23, 2017)

Regional schedule and results for AHSAA Girls basketball tournament. Winners advances to the AHSAA State Finals at the BJCC in Birmingham. (River Region teams in bold)


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2017 AHSAA Boys Sub-Regional results

Contributed
(February 15, 2017)

Here are the results of the 2017 AHSAA Boys Basketball Sub-Regional games (River Region teams in bold). Winners advance to the Regional tournament, which is scheduled to begin Thursday. (NOTE - Class 7A area winners and runners up advance to the regional tournament.)

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2017 AHSAA Girls Sub-Regional Results

Staff Report
(February 15, 2017)

Here are the results of the 2017 AHSAA Girls Basketball Sub-Regional games (River Region teams in bold). Winners advance to the Regional tournament, which is scheduled to begin Thursday. (NOTE - Class 7A area winners and runners up advance to the regional tournament.)

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2017 AHSAA Boys Area Tournament schedule and results

Staff Report
(February 12, 2017)

Here are the results of the 2017 AHSAA Boys Basketball Area Playoffs (River Region teams in bold). Winners and runners-up advance to the Sub-Regional round.


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2017 AHSAA Girls Area Tournament results

Contributed
(February 12, 2017)

Here are the results of the 2017 AHSAA Girls Basketball Area Playoffs (River Region teams in bold). Winners and runners-up advance to the Sub-Regional round.


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REGIONAL REBOOT: AHSAA moves Central Regional tourney back to ASU

Despite several thousands of dollars spent on renovation in preparation for the AHSAA Regional basketball tournament, the games are moving back to Alabama State. (Staff Photo)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(January 27, 2017)

City and county officials who announced in September their plans to move the high school basketball regionals to Garrett Coliseum have now reneged on their promise just weeks before the event.

Coliseum workers who spent thousands of dollars in preparation for the weeklong high school event at the state-owned facility are left to ponder what politics were served by moving the event back to Alabama State University, an organization that has lost – and now regained – the regionals on two separate occasions.


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Garrett Coliseum is primed and ready but will events come as planned?

Garrett Coliseum is ready for basketball but a new high school event was moved to Faulkner University and it is still somewhat up in the air if the AHSAA Regional will be held there. (Staff Photo)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(January 20, 2017)

Work continues on Garrett Coliseum in preparation for the upcoming Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Regionals, even as a regular-season basketball tournament originally slated for the facility has now been rescheduled for Faulkner University.

The facility, last used for a high school event in 1992 with the AHSAA state indoor track meet, was pressed into service after Alabama State University elected to back out of its contract to hold the annual regional boys and girls basketball tournament last fall.


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State Duals wrestling 1st round opens across the state

Combined Reports
(January 19, 2017)

The first-ever AHSAA Wrestling Duals tournament gets underway this Thursday, Friday and Saturday with 20 first-round and quarter-final matches in Class 6A and 1A/5A and the quarterfinals only in Class 7A.


Class 7A qualified the winner and runner-up in regular-season play from four regions while Classes 6A and 1A/5A qualified the winner and runner-up from eight regions. Teams will meet in head-to-head matches.


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ALA-MISS ALL-STAR NOTES: River Region players make marks on game

St. James star Sterling Jones enjoyed his week in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game. (Photo by Drew Gayle)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(December 11, 2016)

St. James linebacker Sterling Jones was satisfied after the Alabama all-stars rallied for a 25-14 win over Mississippi in the 30th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game at Cramton Bowl on Saturday.

The senior had played on special teams, helping on kickoff return to spring Robert E. Lee’s Henry Ruggs for a 90-yard kickoff return, and at inside linebacker, recording two tackles in the contest.


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ALA-MISS ALL-STAR: Ruggs makes instant impression in All-Star game

Robert E. Lee's Henry Ruggs, III opened the 2016 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game with a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. (Photo by Drew Gayle)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(December 11, 2016)

It took Henry Ruggs 15 seconds to make an impact in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game at Cramton Bowl on Saturday.

Ruggs fielded the opening kickoff at the 10-yard and sprinted past everyone to the end zone.


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ROAD TO SUPER 7: 2nd Round (and 7A quarterfinal round) results

Results of the 2nd round (quarterfinals in 7A) of the 2016 AHSAA state football playoffs played Thursday and Friday, Nov. 10-11. River Region teams in bold


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2016 HS PLAYOFFS: Montgomery Academy leads large Capital City Conference contengent

Montgomery Academy lost starting quarterback Trey Lindsey in the final game heading into Class 3A playoffs. (Photo by Drew Gayle)

Combined Report
(October 31, 2016)

Coaches always talk about a fresh start in the state playoffs, how it’s almost like starting over.

Montgomery Academy can certainly relate.

The Eagles (7-3) spent most of August searching for a quarterback before settling on Trey Lindsey, only to lose the sophomore to a broken collarbone in Friday’s win over Alabama Christian. That means the Eagles will be heading into the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs with freshman C.J. Paymon taking snaps.





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ROAD TO SUPER 7: AHSAA 1st Round playoff results

Results of the first round of the 2016 AHSAA state football playoffs played Thursday and Friday, Nov. 3-4. River Region teams in bold.



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AHSAA VOLLEYBALL: St. James moves into 4A finals

Staff Report
(October 27, 2016)

BIRMINGHAM – St. James is a win away from earning the Class 4A state championship in volleyball.

The Lady Trojans moved into the finals with victories over Deshler and Jacksonville on Wednesday. They will face Madison Academy in the championship round Thursday at noon at the Bill Harris Arena.


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PREP CAPSULES: River Region teams make a case for postseason

Staff Report
(October 6, 2016)

While the 2016 season isn't ready to come down to cases, it's getting closer.

Several teams in the River Region are in position to make a big move for the postseason, whether up or down.


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AHSAA Regional football standings for Sept. 23

Staff Report
(September 23, 2016)

Here are the current regional standings for the Alabama High School Athletic Association through the first five weeks of the season as well as Thursday's games.


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Garrett Coliseum expected to be named new home of AHSAA Regional basketball tourney

Historic Garrett Coliseum will be the new venue for the AHSAA regional basketball tournament in late February. (Staff Photo)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(September 14, 2016)

Alabama State University’s decision to end a 10-year relationship with the Alabama High School Athletic Association in hosting high school basketball regionals has forced city officials to look in an unexpected direction to keep the event in the Capital City.

Garrett Coliseum, once the site of some of the greatest basketball games ever played in the state, will host the AHSAA Central Regionals in mid-February, breathing life into a neglected facility whose calls for renovation have been ignored by state officials.


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Powers collide in 11th Champions Challenge

Coaches for this year's Champions Challenge Football Classic pose during the annual press conference. (Photo contributed)

Combined Report
(August 18, 2016)

Six prep football powers are set to kick off the 2016 high school football season this weekend at the 11th annual Champions Challenge Football Classic this weekend at Cramton Bowl.


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ALL-STAR WEEK: North wins football in abbreviated game

Combined Report
(July 22, 2016)

The North All-Stars posted two first-quarter touchdowns Thursday night to build a 14-0 lead in the 57th AHSAA North-South All-Star football game at Cramton Bowl.


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ALL-STAR WEEK: South girls hoops ends long drought

Combined Report
(July 21, 2016)

South All-Star Unique Thompson of Faith Academy scored 17 points and cleared 15 rebounds to lead her team to a 57-53 win over the North Wednesday night at Dunn-Oliver Arena on the campus of Alabama State University.

The victory ended an eight-year drought for the South, which last won in 2007. The North holds a 17-3 advantage in the 20-year series after Wednesday’s setback.


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ALL-STAR WEEK: North sweeps Tuesday's events

Combined Report
(July 20, 2016)

Four North pitchers combined to hurl a one-hitter in a Game 1 2-0 win followed by 14 hits in the second game as part of a 13-2 victory to sweep the 20th annual AHSAA All-Star series at Riverwalk Stadium Tuesday night.


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All-Star Sports Week opens Monday

Staff Report
(July 18, 2016)

AHSAA member school coaches and administrators will gather this week (July 18-22) at the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center beginning Tuesday for the 20th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Summer Conference and All-Star Sports competition.


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AHSAA Board approves participation of home school students

Staff Report
(April 13, 2016)

The Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Central Board of Control and AHSAA Legislative Council approved Tuesday a bylaw that will grant athletic eligibility for non-traditional students.


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MA girls fall short in 3A finals

Contributed
(March 5, 2016)

BIRMINGHAM - Lauderdale County closed out the most successful chapter in girls’ basketball history Friday afternoon as the Lady Tigers downed Montgomery Academy, 55-44, to capture the school’s fifth straight Class 3A state basketball championship. It was also a state-record championship No. 13 for the school.


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State basketball finals set to start Monday

Contributed
(February 29, 2016)

Fifty-six high school basketball teams converge on Birmingham this week as the 94th annual Alabama High School Athletic Association State Basketball Tournament tips off Monday at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Legacy Arena.


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AHSAA 2016 Girls State Basketball Regional Tourney

Staff Report
(February 26, 2016)

Results from the 2016 AHSAA Girls regional basketball tournament. Winners advance to the State Finals at Birmingham's Legacy Arena. River Region teams in bold.




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AHSAA 2016 Boys State Basketball Tournament (with UPDATED schedules)

Staff Report
(February 25, 2016)

Schedule for the 2016 AHSAA Boys regional basketball tournament, including sub-regional results. Winners advance to the State Finals at Birmingham's Legacy Arena. River Region teams in bold.


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AHSAA releases new classifications for 2016-17 and 2017-18

Combined Reports
(January 20, 2016)

The Alabama High School Athletic Association has released the new classifications for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 athletic calendars.

The AHSAA Central Board of Control approved the re-classification for the upcoming 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years at its Winter Central Board meeting on Wednesday.


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AHSAA Champions Challenge set for 2016

Contributed
(January 19, 2016)

Six teams have been selected for the 11th annual AHSAA Champions Challenge Football Classic set for Aug. 18-20 at Cramton Bowl.


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Stage is set for Super 7

Contributed
(December 2, 2015)

The football teams for Spain Park and McGill-Toolen high schools will be meeting for the first time in AHSAA history Wednesday night as the two Class 7A powers clash in the Class 7A state football championship game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Kickoff is 7 p.m.


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St. James falls in state volleyball finals

Contributed
(October 30, 2015)

BIRMINGHAM - Brooks High School captured the first state volleyball championship in school history Thursday afternoon with a 35-22, 25-17, 22-25, 25-19 victory over St. James.

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AHSAA adopts new pitch count rule

Contributed
(October 22, 2015)

The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board of Control unanimously approved changing the current pitching rule for baseball from innings pitched to a pitch count, beginning with the 2017 AHSAA baseball season.

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Champions Challenge participants live up to billing

Montgomery mayor Todd Strange jokes around with Leeds senior Michael Rankins during Tuesday's Champions Challenge press conference. (Staff Photo)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(August 19, 2015)

The six teams participating in the 2015 Champions Challenge got an unexpected pep talk on Tuesday morning from Montgomery mayor Todd Strange, on hand to welcome the five visiting teams and G.W. Carver to the Capital City.

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ALL-STAR SPORTS WEEK: South boys end drought in basketball

Combined Reports
(July 23, 2015)

The South All-Stars snapped a 12-year losing streak Wednesday night beating the North 72-65 at Alabama State University’s Dunn-Oliver Acadome to claim its first North-South boys all-star basketball victory since 2002.

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ALL-STAR SPORTS WEEK: North wins baseball, splits softball

Combined Reports
(July 22, 2015)

The North All-Stars swept the South 6-2, 6-4 Monday night in the AHSAA North-South All-Star baseball series at Montgomery’s Riverwalk Stadium.

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2015 AHSAA State Baseball Playoffs semfinals

Compiled by RRS Staff

Results of the semifinal round of the 2015 Alabama High School Athletic Association state baseball playoffs. All winners advance to finals to be held in Montgomery May 12-16. River Region teams in bold.
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2015 AHSAA Quarterfinal Round baseball playoffs results

Compiled by RRS Staff


Results of the quarterfinal round of the 2015 Alabama High School Athletic Association state baseball playoffs. Winners advance to semifinal round. River Region teams in bold.


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2015 AHSAA First Round Baseball playoffs results

Compiled by RRS Staff


Results of the first round of the 2015 Alabama High School Athletic Association state baseball playoffs. All series Best of 3 . River Region teams in bold.


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Carver to return to '15 Champions Challenge

The Carver Wolverines return to play in the 2015 Champions Challange after playing Opelika in the event last year. (File Photo)

Combined Report
(March 6, 2015)

Six teams have been selected for the 10th annual AHSAA Champions Challenge Football Classic Aug. 21-22 at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl.

One will make a return trip.

Two defending champions, Class 4A Leeds and Class 3A Madison Academy, will kick off the Champions Challenge on Friday, Aug. 21, in the first of three games, according to Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), which hosts the event each year.

Carver returns to play in the event and the third time since its inception in 2006. It is the most appearances of any school.

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River Region teams earn berth in state finals

Contributed
(February 27, 2015)

Jeff Davis scored the last five points of the game to stage a dramatic 42-41 come-from-behind win over Hazel Green Thursday to advance to the Class 7A girls’ state basketball championship game Saturday night at the BJCC... G.W. Carver (28-4) outscored Woodlawn by nine in the fourth quarter en route to a 54-42 victory in the AHSAA Class 6A boys’ state basketball tournament...Coach Randy Varner’s Rams (23-7) posted a close 42-40 win over Anniston (27-9) at Bill Harris Arena Thursday night to clinch a spot in the Class 5A girls state tournament finals.


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State Finals schedule backed up an hour for Thursday

Contributed
(February 26, 2015)

The Alabama High School Athletic Association State Basketball Tournament games scheduled for Thursday will be delayed by one hour starting at 10 a.m., AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced Wednesday night.


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AHSAA adjusts finals schedule due to weather

Contributed
(February 24, 2015)

The Alabama High School Athletic Association State Basketball Tournament games scheduled for Wednesday are being postponed until Thursday, AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced Wednesday afternoon.


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2015 AHSAA State Basketball Finals

Staff Report
(February 27, 2015)

Here are the results and the schedule of the 2015 AHSAA State Basketball Tournament at the BJCC Arena in Birmingham. (River Region teams in bold).

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Northeast, Northwest regional tourneys adjust schedules due to weather

Contributed
(February 16, 2015)

The AHSAA Northeast Regional Basketball Tournament at Jacksonville State and the Northwest Regional at Wallace-Hanceville Community College will delay the start of Tuesday’s tournament schedule one hour until 10 a.m


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River Region to be well represented in Saturday's AHSAA wrestling finals

Contributed
(February 14, 2015)

The championship match pairings have been set for Saturday’s finals of the 60th annual AHSAA State Wrestling Championships at Huntsville's Von Braun Center.

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AHSAA 2015 Girls Regional Basketball results

Contributed
(February 20, 2015)

Regional results for AHSAA Girls basketball tournament. Winners advance to the State Finals in Birmingham. River Region teams in bold.
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AHSAA 2015 Boys Regional Basketball results

Staff Report
(February 20, 2015)

Regional results for AHSAA Boys basketball tournament. Winners advances to the AHSAA State Finals at the BJCC in Birmingham.
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Madison Academy's Johnson named 2014 Mr. Football

Auburn commit Kerryon Johnson (left) earned the 2014 Mr. Football award after leading Madison Academy to its third-straight championship. He was given the award by AHSADCA director Alvin Briggs. (Staff Photo)

Combined Reports
(January 15, 2015)

Kerryon Johnson of Madison Academy became the 33rd recipient of the Alabama Sports Writers Association's Mr. Football Award Wednesday at the ASWA's annual Player of the Year Awards luncheon.


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Baynes, Crawford among POY finalists

Tallassee running back Brandon Baynes is one of several players from the River Region who are finalists for Player of the Year awards. (Staff Photo)

Combined Reports
(January 13, 2015)

The Alabama Sports Writers Association will announce the 2014 Mr. Football recipient at its annual Mr. Football/Player of the Year luncheon Wednesday at the Montgomery Activity Center. The Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA) sponsors the luncheon.

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Wild finish gives Alabama All-stars victory

Staff Report
(December 14, 2014)

It had been a frustrating game for Alabama’s playmakers.

Other than Kerryon Johnson, who ran through the Mississippi defense for three touchdowns, it had been a rather quiet Saturday afternoon for the home team’s skill players in the 28th annual Alabama vs. Mississippi High School All-Star Football Classic at Cramton Bowl.


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Payne ready to live up to expectations

Shades Valley star Daron Payne has made impressions during this week's practices for the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game. (Staff Photo)

Staff Report
(December 13, 2014)

Daron Payne knows as the only five-star athlete playing in the Alabama vs. Mississippi High School All-Star Classic, every eye will be on the mammoth Shades Valley defensive lineman in Saturday’s game.

His goals for the game reflect that. When asked what he hoped to show fans in the game that kicks off at noon at Cramton Bowl, Payne’s plan was simple.

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Mississippi All-Star has family ties to Tide

Mississippi All-Star QB Jamarius Smith has ties to the Alabama Crimson Tide but plans to attend Louisiana Tech instead. (Staff Photo)

Staff Report
(December 11, 2014)

When Jamarius Smith was growing up in Meridian, Miss., it didn’t take long for friends to figure out his favorite college football team.

“I was born into it,” he said. “My whole room was all Crimson Tide, everything from Big Al to some (pictures of) players on the wall. I remember Shaun Alexander and a tackle that played with my dad and the quarterback (Andrew Zow) that played with him back then.”


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Dunlap leads Red Devils to Class 1A title

Staff Report
(December 5, 2014)

AUBURN – Tommy Agee. Clarence Morton. Harold Morrow.


Terence Dunlap knows all the names. Growing up in Maplesville, knowing the football tradition of the Red Devils is almost as important as knowing your pastor.

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Pair of aces: Johnson wins duel with Henderson in battle of top backs

Madison Academy's Kerryon Johnson was named the 3A MVP after leading the Mustangs to their third-straight state title. (Staff Photo)

Staff Report
(December 4, 2014)

AUBURN – Jamarius Henderson or Kerryon Johnson?

No. 1 or No. 1?

Choosing between the two, Dale County coach Pate Harrison pointed out, is not an easy task.

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Local product leads Hoover past Prattville in 7A title game

The Prattville Lions lost to Hoover in the first-ever Super 7 Class 7A championship game Wednesday in Auburn. (Staff Photo)

Staff Report
(December 4, 2014)

AUBURN – He had a night to remember, earning most valuable player honors in the first-ever Class 7A state championship game.


But if not for a few decisions regarding his older sister, Marcus Webb would have never had the chance to see the playing field.


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PREP CAPSULES: Super 7 edition - Hoover, Prattville collide

Staff Report
(December 3, 2014)

Championship Week has added an extra day to accomodate the new classification.

Nobody is complaining.

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ROAD TO SUPER 7: Championship pairings

Staff Report

Schedule of the AHSAA Super 7 state championship games at Auburn University's Jordan-Hare Stadium. River Region teams in bold.

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