The Ashville Bulldogs picked up their fifth win of the season last week as they defeated the Fultondale Wildcats, 24-14.
The Ashville Bulldogs picked up the first region win of the season with a 42-0 victory over Hanceville last week, and in the process, they evened their record at 4-4.
SPRINGVILLE — The Oxford Yellow Jackets bested Springville 26-17 on Friday. The Yellow Jackets will try to clinch a region championship next week against Fort Payne while the Tigers will travel to Arab for another regional matchup.
SPRINGVILLE — After claiming their ninth straight county title, the Springville Tigers also won the Class 6A, Area 13 title Tuesday, which is their fourth straight area crown.
SPRINGVILLE — The Springville cross country team hosted its first invitational at Homestead Hollow on Saturday. Other county teams such as St. Clair County and Moody High Schools participated in the 5K run.
ASHVILLE — After a scoreless first half dominated by both defenses, the Dora Bulldogs scored three touchdowns in the second half to defeat the Ashville Bulldogs 21-0 last week.
MOODY — The Moody Blue Devils blew past St. Clair County 63-0 on Friday. According to Saints head coach P.J. Wright, 14 of his players sat out the game because of injuries and various suspensions, including many starters.
RAGLAND — All of the scoring took place in the first half as the Ragland Purple Devils defeated Donoho 25-0 Friday, but oh the chances the Falcons left on the field.
PELL CITY — Ider marched down the field twice in the first 11 minutes, finding the end zone twice with ease, but Victory Christian wasn’t going to roll over.
The Ragland Purple Devils made history last Friday night as they put on an offensive show that lit up the scoreboard in a 78-0 win over the Gaston Bulldogs. It was the most points scored by Ragland ever in a single game.
ASHVILLE – On a night when retired coach Raymond Farmer was honored before the game, the Etowah Blue Devils defeated the Ashville Bulldogs 28-0 to improve to 3-1 on the season.
PELL CITY — Victory Christian picked up its second win of the season after defeating Talladega Central 49-0 on Friday. The Lions now sit at 2-1 in the region and 3-2 overall while the Tigers still look to secure their first win.
The Talladega Superspeedway has long been a big part of local life, but sometimes people forget about the keeper of racing history also located on the property
LEEDS — Leeds and Moody football teams faced off Friday night in the “Battle of the Bridge” to determine who would remain undefeated. Leeds came out on top 33-19, improving to 4-0.
Springville High School hosted Fort Payne Friday night for the Tigers' first region game of the season. The Wildcats came out on top with a 27-14 win over Springville putting the Tigers at 0-1 in region play and 1-2 overall.
MOODY — The Moody Blue Devils cruised past Hayden on Friday night 43-12 to remain undefeated following their third win of the season. Moody will look to take on Leeds, the only other undefeated team within the county.