• 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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  • Mark Clark: She is taking a stand against transgender athletes

    A 16-year-old has had enough with political correctness when it comes to women’s sports. Selina Soule of Bloomfield, Conn. has turned to the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) for help. Soule competes in the 55-meters dash, but recently found herself on the outside looking in at male athletes who identify as females taking spots in competition

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  • Five Glenwood players score touchdowns

    Glenwood’s offense scored more than 40 points for the second straight game and Daryl Monn had his best scoring game of his Glenwood career as the Gators captured their sixth win of the season with a 49-28 conquest of Southland Academy in Americus. Monn scored on runs of 35 yards in the first half and

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  • Panthers lose fifth in a row on the road

    The Smiths Station Panthers received their fifth straight loss this past Thursday against Jeff Davis at The Cramton Bowl in Montgomery 31-14. The Panther offense could not keep the positive yardage they were gaining due to the numerous penalties they were committing. The Panther offense finished the day with seven penalties spread out over eleven

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  • Warriors battle four quarters in loss to Poets

    The Russell County Warriors made their way to Montgomery last week to take on the Sydney Lanier Poets in a Friday night battle under the lights. This was only the second road game of the season for the young Warriors, with the first trip being a low scoring 14-6 loss to Carroll Ozark. Unfortunately this

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