When the AHSAA held its annual Media Day event in Montgomery on Tuesday, Auburn mayor Ron Anders made it a point to be in attendance. Given what the AHSAA will bring to his community again this December, it’s not hard to understand why.
It’s almost three hours before the Central Red Devils’ season opener against the Hoover Buccaneers, and no one on Central’s lead team bus is exactly sure what’s going on.
MONTGOMERY — A cheerleader waved up into the stands, a receiver smiled behind his facemask as he adjusted his gaudy gloves, and popcorn spilled out over the bleachers.
Two years ago, Central-Phenix City wide receiver E.J. Williams had Justyn Ross as a teammate. Soon enough, Ross and Williams will be together again.
This week’s nominees are from Opelika, Lanett and Chambers Academy: >> Kory McCoy, linebacker/safety, Opelika: The senior came up clutch in the Bulldogs’ season-opening victory against Callaway on Thursday. McCoy recovered a fumble early in the fourth quarter then intercepted a pass a few…
TUSCALOOSA — Shyheim Carter is widely considered one of Alabama’s smartest players, and THE guy to go to if you have a question about the defense.
CAMP HILL — Every football player across the country has a busier schedule than usual in the fall, especially in the early portion of the fall as they adjust to the football season being back.
When it comes to the rivalry between Lanett and Valley, it didn’t take Rams head coach Buster Daniel long to learn just how much the game means to both sides.
The ESPN production trucks coasted up to Duck Samford, humming outside as crews lifted powerful stadium lights up into the Auburn sky, and that entire side of the city lurched into a fever pitch.
The good news for the Opelika Bulldogs is they have their first home game of 2019 on Thursday after having just four home games last fall. The bad news is their opponent is going to be far from a pushover.