FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville High School’s football team may have areas where it needs improvement, but the Wolves battled through the mistakes in a 17-8 victory over Woodland at Farmlinks Field on Friday night.
10:21 update: Last batch of finals for the evening from The Daily Home's coverage area: Lincoln defeated Southside-Gadsden 26-20 in overtime, Oxford handed Munford a 48-6 setback, and Fort Payne downed Pell City 28-13.
The Michael Easley era begins tonight as Munford High School’s football team travels up Highway 21 to take on Oxford at 7.
A capsule preview of some high school football games involving teams from The Daily Home’s coverage area tonight. Kickoff at all sites is set for 7:
FAYETTEVILLE -- Fayetteville High School’s football team will open the 2019 season against Woodland at Farmlinks Field on Friday night at 7.
EDEN -- Victory Christian’s football team entered its third week of practice Monday as the Class 1A Lions work to prepare for a Week 1 matchup with 2A Fayetteville on Aug. 30.
The 2019 high school football season will kick off Friday night, but before that happens, let’s break down the five biggest storylines of the upcoming campaign.
PELL CITY -- Pell City High School’s football team spent the Thursday of its second week of practice running through drills, sprints and plays as it readies for its first game week of the 2019 season.
The first two weeks of fall practice have been filled with learning for head coach Shannon Felder and Talladega.
As Sylacauga High School’s varsity football team nears the end of the second week of fall camp, each rep serves to bring clarity to what could be in the program’s future.
Winterboro High School’s football team, like many across the state, has spent the past couple days of fall camp battling the elements as it prepares for its season opener at Central Coosa on Aug. 23.
At the midway point of Childersburg High School’s fall football camp, Tigers head coach Jonathan Beverly said the seven days of work so far have been productive.
The National Federation of State High School Associations Rules Committee implemented a change for the 2019 football season affecting both when the play clock starts and how much time is on the clock.
Talladega College will host a youth amateur boxing fundraiser dubbed “Talladega Fight Night” on Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the college’s gymnasium.
The grind of a new high school football season begins Monday. Teams all over Alabama will hit the practice field for the first time.