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The RCHS Tigers rolled to exactly 500 yards of offense and held Fayetteville to minus-19 yards rushing in another physically dominant performance for RCHS that led to a 41-0 victory. Read more

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Apparently all Clay Central needed was to get back into its region. After venturing into the toughest of waters in its week five non-region game and suffering its first loss in 14 games, Central found its remedy in a 46-7 region victory over Talladega Friday. Read more

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For three and a half quarters the state championship rematch between Clay Central and Pleasant Grove looked like a celebration of revenge for the Spartans. But Central put up a fight at the end and sent a message before finally losing for the first time in 15 games. Read more

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For the past two weeks Danny Horn’s Clay Central Volunteers have had a relatively easy road. Blowout wins against Elmore County and Beauregard gave Horn a chance to empty his bench in the second half while simultaneously putting his team atop the region standings. Read more

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Wadley’s 15-12 loss to Winterboro was just about as evenly matched as a football game can be. Both teams turned the ball over twice. Both teams scored exactly two touchdowns. Wadley had 50 more yards of total offense, but that can be attributed to field position as much as anything. Read more

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Leading up to Friday’s region opener against Munford, Handley head coach Larry Strain said that the Lions were the team to beat in 4A, Region 4. After Handley overcame a mistake-filled first half to come away with a 38-28 win, it begs the question. Read more

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Clay Central held off a strong challenge from Sylacauga Friday, but the Vols were able to come away with a 27-22 victory in what may prove to be a crucial region matchup. Read more