Moody and Springville played a game for the ages last week at Bill Morris Stadium, and when the final horn sounded, the Blue Devils walked away with a hard-fought 25-19 victory that came down to the wire.
The Lions battled through an early blocked punt and several second-half penalties to stun Class 1A, Region 5 foe Winterboro.
Harper Bell has been known for being a standout at Pete Rich Stadium in the spring for Pell City High School’s girls soccer team, but the senior wanted to add the title of football player to her already-impressive resume.
Winterboro High School’s football team will host Class 1A, Region 5 foe Victory Christian on Friday night.
Hello friends, I hope this finds you well. I hope everyone had a good week/weekend. It has been so hot. I am certainly looking for fall weather to match the pumpkins that everyone seems to have out in their yards.
If you ever meet Odenville’s Colton Moore, you will always remember his smile. That smile of his is going to be even bigger this weekend as he has the opportunity to go to Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, La., and meet LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron.
St. Clair County School System coaches voted unanimously recently to allow the Victory Christian Lions to participate in the upcoming St. Clair County volleyball tournament and the boys and girls varsity basketball tournaments in January.
“It is awesome to think that the fans are going to be as close to the cars,” Ivey said. “That is a huge experience for the fans.”
We’re getting closer to the midseason threshold after wrapping up a Week 4 that saw some teams pick up their first region wins of the year.
With the win, the Lions improved to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in Class 1A, Region 5, while the Purple Devils fell to 1-4 overall and 1-2 in region play.
With the win, Ragland improves to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in region play. The Purple Devils will attempt to make it two straight when they travel to Pell City on Friday to take on Victory Christian.
EDEN -- Victory Christian’s football team will play host to Class 1A, Region 5 foe Appalachian at Richard Adams Stadium on Friday night at 7.
In front of a packed house in the region opener for both Oxford and Pell City, the visiting Yellow Jackets rolled up 305 yards on offense before halftime.
In a hard-fought defensive gem, the Springville Tigers edged the Ashville Bulldogs 10-7 last week. With the win, the Tigers improved to 2-0 while the Bulldogs fell to 1-1.