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OXFORD — It’s only appropriate that Trequon Fegans turned around and saw a flag after his punt-return touchdown against Gadsden City on Friday. It only happens every time, seemingly, he converts five-star talent into seven points.
Anniston remains winless after falling to Center Point 24-22 in a non-region contest Friday night at Lott-Mosby Memorial Stadium.
HOKES BLUFF — Spring Garden rallied from a 21-point deficit but it wasn't enough as the Panthers suffered their first loss of the year. Ryley Kirk threw two touchdown passes to Cooper Austin and rushed for two more.
HAMILTON — Backup running back Jesse Lewis rushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns, and Class 3A Wellborn dominated 4A Hamilton 55-7 on the road Friday night.
Oxford killed another “ant with a sledgehammer,” Jacksonville prevailed against Munford, Alexandria cruised to win No. 601, and Donoho struggled in its belated home-opener.
SAKS — Thursday was comeback night for Saks High School’s volleyball team … comeback from quarantine and comeback for victory.
ALEXANDRIA — Alexandria’s weapons extend far beyond the ground-gaining trio of Javais McGhee, Ronnie Royal and Antonio Ross.