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High-powered Marion County entered Friday's football game averaging 43 points per game.

  • Sept. 13th, 2014  |
  • By Staff Writer

East Hamilton football started fast and jumped out to an early lead, but Riverdale took care of the rest.

  • Sept. 13th, 2014  |
  • By By Idris Garcia

Despite a slight bit of bias toward his side of the field, Ooltewah junior linebacker Jeremiah Jackson immediately knew the answer to Friday night's question of just what was the most dominant aspect of the Owls' 35-0 victory over visiting Tyner.

  • Sept. 13th, 2014  |
  • By By Greg Thompson

Sean Gray is the worrying sort, not an altogether odd personality trait for a football coach.

Boyd-Buchanan School can start planning another parade.

To hear the coaches tell it, both Central and Red Bank expected a hotly contested volleyball match Thursday at Central in their District 6-AA high school match, and neither disappointed.

Ben Brown is a senior who returned to football after a two-year absence, and he's made an impact at Red Bank.

A friend showed up at Phil Dees' new, temporary residence earlier this week with fishing rods and tackle in hand.

Malik Talley broke a Scottsboro record that had stood since 1979 and joined his father on Scottsboro's single-game receiving list a couple of weeks ago when he grabbed seven passes for 149 yards against Sparkman.

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