Autauga Academy’s Derrion Ashley steps over a defender in the Generals’ win Thursday. (Photo by Tim Gayle)
(October 19, 2018)
PRATTVILLE – The date had been circled on the calendar. For some people, Thursday’s game between Autauga Academy and Edgewood Academy had been circled the day head coach Bobby Carr left Edgewood in 2016 and resurfaced at their biggest rival, Autauga, that fall.
The Wildcats would go 1-20 over the next two years, including a much-publicized forfeit to Autauga in which they refused to travel to Prattville in the fall of 2016. Autauga, meanwhile, would play for a pair of state championships while compiling a 25-1 record in 2016 and 2017.
(October 11, 2018)
The old addage of it’s time to fish or cut bait may not make a lot of sense to some, but for what it represents for local prep teams, it says everything about this week’s schedule.
No less than 12 games will play a major role in the playoff scenario, AHSAA or AISA, with only a couple of weeks of region play remaining.
(October 11, 2018)
Last week provided a few upsets and made this week that much more important for a few teams in the River Region.
(October 4, 2018)
Entering the backside of the regular season, there is a lot at stake for several teams.
With region play back this week, several teams are looking to lay claim to the playoff stakes but cannot afford a loss, even if it is in the seventh week of an 11-game season.
(September 29, 2018)
PRATTVILLE – The top-ranked Wetumpka Indians scored four quick touchdowns in the early moments of the second half to overcome a 17-14 deficit and win going away against rival Prattville on Friday, spoiling Homecoming for the Lions.
(September 27, 2018)
It is the unofficial mid-point of the season. That usually means everyone playing non-region games. And that’s true for the most part.
(September 22, 2018)
Jacory Merritt scored three times, all in the fourth quarter, to lift Sidney Lanier to a come-from-behind 35-28 victory over Park Crossing on Friday at Cramton Bowl.
It was the Poets’ first victory over the Thunderbirds in five tries
(September 20, 2018)
The high school football season has settled in, so to speak.
It’s too early to deem teams the best in their region although there are a few exceptions
(September 19, 2018)
Tim Gayle continued his impressive start with another steller week to maintain a lead among the panel.
Gayle missed just two picks last week to increase his lead over Michael Butler and Doug Amos.
(September 13, 2018)
The region picture (or pictures) have a little more color heading into the second week of play.
A few surprises have taken shape and that can continue this week.
The Class 7A Region 2 battle between Prattville and Central-Phenix City will give an indication of how far the [...]