PIEDMONT — Class 3A No. 1 Piedmont began a three-game stretch of games against teams expected to contend for playoff berths from Region 5 with a convincing 49-15 win over the Weaver Bearcats on homecoming.
HEFLIN — Randolph County overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat Cleburne County 21-17 in a non-region matchup Friday night at Heflin.
As if outscoring their opponent by two touchdowns during the first quarter wasn’t enough, Handley’s constant scoring throughout the remaining three periods was more than enough in the Tigers’ 42-14 win over Childersburg.
OHATCHEE — There were three men at the Ohatchee-Wellborn game Friday night that remember the last time the Indians were victorious against Wellborn.
JACKSONVILLE — The Jacksonville Golden Eagles remained perfect in Class 4A, Region 5 play as they picked up their sixth win over the Ashville on homecoming, 23-13.
Oxford resident Mike McCartney, 42 of Oxford was introduced to hunting and fishing by his dad. McCartney grew up in the outdoors. He started out deer hunting, but also hunted dove, turkey and squirrels. Today, the primary target is deer with some turkey and hog hunting thrown in.
If you are a bowhunter, you most likely hunt from some type of a tree stand. Climbing into a hunting stand attached to a tree gives the archer a vantage point. Being above the deer’s line of sight helps hunters to see movement sooner with less chance of the deer seeing them.
I guess everyone has their Arnold Palmer story and with his sad passing last Sunday, it brought back my memories of “The King.” He was my dad’s favorite golfer, and I can remember watching my dad cheer on Arnie on the old black and white television sets and the occasional trip to my uncle’s …
At Centre, Jacksonville won two area matches against Cherokee County, 25-11, 24-26, 25-16, 25-12 and 25-14, 25-18, 25-12.