• Panthers work on the basics, get healthy during bye week

    The Smiths Station High Panthers were on a well-deserved bye week this past week. The Panthers have played eight straight games, four of which have been on the road, in one of the toughest regions in Alabama.  The team has had some tough outcomes and has been hit with the injury bug and took this

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  • MCJROTC: Smith Station Defeats Arlington Grand Prairie

    In an undisputed contest, shooting their highest score this season, 986 points, Smith Station MCJROTC defeated Arlington Grand Prairie MCJROTC. Their third win in a row. With the win, Smith Station MCJROTC is in eighteenth place overall and fourth place within their ‘Marine Corps Jrotc’ conference.  They currently have a 3 – 0 record. Smith

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  • Knights defeat Glenwood 21-14

    When Tuscaloosa Academy and Glenwood get together, you can count on a close game that will not be decided until the final moments. This time, four quarters were not enough as the Knights came through in overtime with a two-yard touchdown run to defeat Glenwood 21-14 in overtime. “Our whole defense played lights out. We

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  • Red Devils earn share of Region 2 title with 49-6 win over Jeff Davis

    For the sixth season in a row, Central High has claimed the Region 2 title under coach Jamey DuBose. Well, the Red Devils have claimed a share of the title at this point and can win it outright with a victory over Auburn High tomorrow night at Duck Samford Stadium. And, with that victory would

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  • Game field painted by locals

    The “Grandaddy of them All,” the annual Tuskegee-Morehouse Classic was this weekend at A.J. McClung Memorial Stadium in Columbus. Tailgates, food, and football filled the day as fans and alumni gathered to watch the two Tigers teams battle it out.  But there’s more to the game than just football and history. There’s a touch of

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  • Former Red Devils coach dead at 83

    Former Central High football coach Frank Sadler, age 83, died this past Saturday, Oct. 12, in Chattanooga, Tenn., one of the many places he worked over the years. Sadler coached at Central from 1968 until 1971. He had a record of 21-17-2 with the Red Devils. His best records came in 1969 and 1971 when

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