(October 20, 2018)
A month ago, Montgomery Academy’s football team was 1-3 and had surrendered 140 points in four games. While the Eagles’ goals remained intact, the players knew they would never reach the playoffs without making some changes.
“I definitely think the way we changed [...]
(October 18, 2018)
The results from last week were more to the liking of the panel.
(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.
(October 3, 2018)
Tim Gayle continues to put up record-breaking numbers and maintains a bigger lead after six weeks of picks.
(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 26, 2018)
The leaderboard didn’t change with Tim Gayle still leading the way.
But the entire group enjoyed a good week of picks with Mike Peacock leading the way (13-2). He is part of a three-way tie for fifth.
Fellow Montgomerians Henry Ruggs, III and James Foster talk after Alabama’s 45-23 win over Texas A&M on Saturday. (Staff Photo)
By Tim Gayle
(September 23, 2018)
TUSCALOOSA - It doesn’t take long to check the Alabama record book when it comes to passing.
Even in a passing era that featured Joe Namath and Kenny Stabler, Alabama never had a quartet approaching the numbers the Crimson Tide’s receiving corps is putting up.
Jerry Jeudy, DeVonta Smith, Irv Smith and Henry Ruggs, III all have double-digit receptions less than a third into the season and two more, Jaylen Waddle and running back Damien Harris, aren’t far behind.