Late surge pulls Titans past Oxford

By Chris McCarthy/Editor

A week after knocking off then fifth-ranked Class 7A Auburn, Gadsden City scored 21 unanswered points over the final 12 minutes to post a 47-28 victory over 6A Oxford on Friday (Aug. 29) at GCHS.

Sophomore running back Damon Williams scored two of the Titans’ three fourth-quarter touchdowns. He finished with seven carries for 117 yards.

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Cullman rushes past Blue Devils

By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

A big and experienced offensive line allowed Cullman High to run roughshod over Etowah's football team Friday night for a 35-8 victory.
The Bearcats (1-1) accumulated 232 rushing yards, including 166 yards on 24 carries by William Crenshaw. Crenshaw also caught three passes for 20 yards.
"They've got a very good offensive line, and

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  By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

A big and experienced offensive line allowed Cullman High to run roughshod over Etowah's football team Friday night for a 35-8 victory.
The Bearcats (1-1) accumulated 232 rushing yards, including 166 yards on 24 carries by William Crenshaw. Crenshaw also caught three passes for 20 yards.
"They've

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Cullman rushes past Blue Devils

  By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

A big and experienced offensive line allowed Cullman High to run roughshod over Etowah's football team Friday night for a 35-8 victory.
The Bearcats (1-1) accumulated 232 rushing yards, including 166 yards on 24 carries by William Crenshaw. Crenshaw also caught three passes for 20 yards.
"They've

Cullman rushes past Blue Devils

  By Gene Stanley/Sports Correspondent

A big and experienced offensive line allowed Cullman High to run roughshod over Etowah's football team Friday night for a 35-8 victory.
The Bearcats (1-1) accumulated 232 rushing yards, including 166 yards on 24 carries by William Crenshaw. Crenshaw also caught three passes for 20 yards.
"They've

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Conquerors lose to Winterboro in opener

By Shane Dunaway/Talladega Daily Home

Winterboro defeated Coosa Christian, 33-6, on Friday at WHS.

“There were too many mistakes, too many dropped balls and too many missed tackles,” Coosa Christian head coach Jason Touart said. “We weren’t ready to play. We had two fumbles in the first half. We’re young, we’re learning and we’re getting better every week, though.

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Warriors fall to Locust Fork

By Deunte Marshall/Sports Correspondent

Westbrook Christian fell against the triple option running game of Locust Fork, 33-20, (2-0, 0-0) in the Warriors’ season opener on Friday in Rainbow City. 

“We came out and worked our game plan” said Westbrook head coach Tony Osborne, “but [Locust

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