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AHSAA STATE FINALS: Carver's season comes to an end

Combined Report
(March 2, 2017)

BIRMINGHAM - Homewood placed four players in double figures as the Lady Patriots beat G.W. Carver, 78-48, to advance to the AHSAA Class 6A state tournament girls’ basketball championship game for the third year in a row.

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AHSAA GIRLS SUB-REGIONALS: MA, Catholic coast to wins; Carver advances on buzzer-beater

Montgomery Academy guard Jade Brooks drives in against Indian Springs during Monday's win in the Class 3A Central Sub-Regional. (Photo by Drew Gayle)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(February 14, 2017)

The Montgomery Academy girls knew Monday’s sub-regional matchup with Indian Springs wouldn’t be challenging but it didn’t keep them from challenging themselves.

In the first six minutes, Indian Springs made just 1-of-6 shots and committed 14 turnovers, so the Eagles’ 25-2 lead took care of the outcome. Lost in the sloppy play and the substitutions that limited the final score to 59-25 was the play of junior center Caroline Kirkham, who had eight points in the first quarter and eight more in the third to finish with 16.

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NSD 2017: Gresham says goodbye to final group of signees

Former Carver coach Billy Gresham (standing) oversees the signing of four of his players, (from left) Stanley Talley, Nathan Givan, Jamal Turner and Fred Thomas. (Staff Photo)

By Graham Dunn
RRS Editor
(February 2, 2017)

Wednesday was bittersweet for Billy Gresham.

While the former G.W. Carver football coach enjoyed watching four of his former players sign to play at the college level, he also knew it would be the last class to do it.

Gresham stepped down as the head football coach last month after leading the program for five years.

Still, he was excited for his former players’ future.

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T-Birds near-flawless in win over Carver

Quarterback Malik Cunningham rushed for 112 yards and passed for 255 yards to lead Park Crossing past Carver on Thursday. (Photo by Drew Gayle)

By Tim Gayle
RRS Correspondent
(September 30, 2016)

It took two plays to settle Thursday’s region matchup between Park Crossing and George W. Carver.

OK, Jeremy Lowery’s 26-yard interception return for a touchdown didn’t settle it, but it certainly set the tone in Park Crossing’s 55-7 win over the Wolverines at Cramton Bowl.

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