• Glenwood needs victory over Tuscaloosa Friday

    Glenwood enjoyed a second bye week on Oct. 11 and is now preparing for their biggest game of 2019, a showdown contest in Region 1 against Tuscaloosa Academy’s Knights in Tuscaloosa. “We always have a close game that is usually not decided until the final quarter,” Glenwood coach Jason Gibson said about his opponents on

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  • MCJROTC: Smith Station defeats Kelly Walsh in competition

    Shooting their highest score of the season Smith Station MCJROTC defeated Kelly Walsh MCJROTC 980 to 897 last week in the National Air Rifle League. Their second win in a row. With the win, Smith Station MCJROTC is in twenty-fourth place overall and fifth place within their ‘Marine Corps Jrotc’ conference.  They currently have a

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  • Second half output leads to Central win over Lee

    Okay, the Central High Red Devils had seen this all before. A struggle against a big and physical R.E. Lee High offense that forced the Central defense to “get off the bus and wake up” in the second half in order to capture its seventh win of the season. It happened two seasons back in

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  • Panthers drops sixth straight to Auburn

    This past Friday the Smiths Station High Panthers failed to get back into the win column with a home loss to region opponent the Auburn Tigers 35-14.  “I’m proud of the effort, I’m proud of their fight and I’m proud of the way they played until the end” head coach Mike Glisson said on his

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  • Team arrives just in time

    It was a nice change of pace to stay close to home for this week’s race.  We raced at Smith Station around the track, baseball and softball facilities.  The 5K course consisted of 2 laps with a couple of hills and lots of flat fast racing. The morning started with the boy’s 5K.  In order

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  • Red Devils top Park Crossing, 31-7

    Red Devils top Park Crossing, 31-7

    By Mark Clark Just a week after rolling up over 600 yards of offense, the Central High Red Devils could not manage 300 yards against a one-win Class 6A Park Crossing Thunderbirds last Friday night at Garrett-Harrison Stadium. It was Central’s homecoming game, but it did not end up sadly as the Red Devils won

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