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UWA men and women fall to Carson Newman - Carson Newman 97, UWA 72 )Women)<br>DAHLONEGA, Ga. | Career-high scoring nights from Keiara Middleton and Valerie Harris couldn't help the University of West Alabama women's basketball team pick up its first victory of the season, as UWA (0-5) fell to Carson Newman College, 97-72, in the third game of the X-Treme Shootout. 1506
November 30th, 2008
Teen turns natural ability into championship - TUSCALOOSA | Not every girls starts tagging along with her father deer hunting when she's 7 years old, kills a deer at 9 years old and wins a state sporting clays championship before she graduates high school. 1505
November 30th, 2008
Shelton State women fall to Walters State - ATLANTA | Shelton State fell to 5-3 on the season after losing, 56-54, to Walters State in a tournament at Georgia Perimeter Community College in Atlanta. <br>The Lady Buccaneers led 31-29 at half. Shelton State's inability to shoot from the the free throw line caught up with them in the second half and cost the Lady Buccaneers the game. 1504
November 30th, 2008
Tucker wins Dixie Junior Classic - COCHRANE | Dillon Tucker took home the $150 first prize, winning the 2008 Dixie Junior Bassmaster Classic last Saturday from Cochrane Landing on Gainesville Lake. 1503
November 30th, 2008
Tigers fall to Tusculum, 58-57 - From staff reports<br>GREENEVILLE, Tenn. | The University of West Alabama men's basketball team dropped a one-point, 58-57, decision to Tusculum in the opening game of the Jameson Classic at Tusculum College in Greeneville, Tenn. 1502
November 29th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Gardendale edges Northridge in OT - GARDENDALE | Nigel Ramsey scored 35 points to lead host Gardendale High School to a 69-60 overtime win against Northridge High School on Friday in high school boys basketball action.<br>The loss drops Northridge to 4-2. Gardendale is 6-1. 1501
November 29th, 2008
Patriots can't maintain fast start against Bulldogs - SWEET WATER | Lightning struck early on a rainy Friday night when Marengo County neighbors Linden and Sweet Water met in the Class 1A semifinals. 1500
November 29th, 2008
Super six bound - With the season hanging in the balance, Sulligent High School head football coach Dwight Boling made a bold decision. He put the game in his senior quarterback's hands. 1499
November 29th, 2008
Massey steps into new position, leads Sulligent into semifinals - Do not let the numbers fool you. Changing positions the last year you play high school football is difficult. Sulligent senior Caleb Massey just makes it look easy.<br>Massey was lined up in the backfield last season as the Blue Devils' running back. This season, he is the Blue Devils' quarterback. 1498
November 28th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Sumter County thumps Southside-Selma, 77-48 - MARION | David Lake scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Sumter County to a 77-48 victory over Southside of Selma on Thursday in the Francis Marion Invitational.<br>Kevin May had 18 points and seven assists for Sumter County (3-1). Derrick Campbell had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Tremeine May finished with 11 points. 1497
November 28th, 2008
Linden-Sweet Water game generates a community buzz - TUSCALOOSA | It's a scene played out in small towns and close-knit communities all across the state. It's written in store front windows with slogans that read, "Go Patriots" or "Bulldogs rule." <br>As Friday afternoons give way to evening, small businesses close up shop and head out to lend their support to the local team. 1496
November 28th, 2008
Playoff capsules for tonight's games - Class 1A<br>Linden (13-0) <br>at Sweet Water (12-1)<br>When: 7 p.m. 1495
November 28th, 2008
UWA women looking for first win tonight - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama women's basketball team looks to earn its first win of the season in its home opener tonight as the Tigers (0-2) host #9 Delta State at 2 p.m. 1494
November 26th, 2008
Agreement reached to use Shelton State facilities - TUSCALOOSA | Shelton State Community College and the Tuscaloosa Sports Foundation have reached an agreement on use of the school's facilities for area sporting events. 1493
November 26th, 2008
Suggested name for Mets' home: Taxpayer Field - NEW YORK | Two New York City Council members say that Citigroup should show its thanks for a federal bailout by sharing the naming rights to the new Mets ballpark in Queens.<br>The struggling bank is slated to pay $400 million over the next 20 years to name the stadium Citi Field. 1492
November 26th, 2008
UWA falls to Delta State, 67-54 - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama women's basketball team dropped a 67-54 decision to Delta State in its home opener on Tuesday. The Lady Statesmen even their record at 4-4, while UWA falls to 0-3 on the season. 1491
November 26th, 2008
Holland, Nevels lead Bryant in win - PINSON | For the second straight game, Paul W. Bryant High School's A.J. Holland and Greg Nevels combined to make the winning play and lift the Stampede to a win as Bryant defeated Clay-Chalkville 55-54 Tuesday in the Pinson Valley Thanksgiving Tournament. 1490
November 26th, 2008
AHSAA name nine former athletes to Hall of Fame - Tom Danner was born in Jackson, Miss., but his ties to Tuscaloosa run deep.<br>In March, Danner and eight others will be the 19th class inducted into the Alabama High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame. 1489
November 26th, 2008
Local players in contention for 2008 Mr. Football - Tuscaloosa County High School quarterback Brett Booth tops a list of area players who are finalists for the Alabama Sports Writers Association's 2008 Mr. Football award. 1488
November 26th, 2008
UWA defeats rival Stillman, 69-54 in men's basketball - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama men's basketball team moved to 2-1 on the season with a 69-54 win over in-state rival Stillman College at Pruitt Hall on the UWA campus on Monday. 1487
November 25th, 2008
Shelton State men defeat Faulkner, 76-53 Monday night - TUSCALOOSA | Shelton State defeated Faulkner State 76-53 on Monday in the Southland International Classic hosted by Shelton State.<br>Shelton led 39-20 at the half.<br>Sterling Jones led Shelton with 14 points. Jeremy Flagg scored 13 points and Charles Perona had 11 points.<br>Edward Anderson totaled 13 rebounds for Shelton. 1486
November 25th, 2008
Indiana, UCSB take National Soccer titles - TUSCALOOSA | The National Campus Championship Series 15th annual National Soccer Championships were held at the University of Alabama Recreation Center last weekend, with Indiana winning the men's championship and UCSB taking the women's title. 1485
November 25th, 2008
American League Youth Football wins All-Star game - Demontez Hilton scored two touchdowns and two 2-point conversions in the American League's 31-14 win over the National League in the PARA Instructional League All Star football game on Saturday. 1484
November 25th, 2008
UWA men's basketball hosts Stillman tonight - LIVINGSTON | After successfully opening the 2008-09 home schedule with a 14-point win, the University of West Alabama men's basketball team returns to Pruitt Hall on Monday, Nov. 24, hosting Stillman College. Tip off is set for 7 p.m. 1483
November 24th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: TA takes down Glenwood Academy - TUSCALOOSA | The Tucaloosa Academy boys basketball team handed Glenwood Academy its first loss of the season with a 59-34 win Saturday in area high school basketball action.<br>Omari Horne had a double-double with 24 points and 12 rebounds and Tevin Moore added 19 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and four assists. 1482
November 23rd, 2008
Moss leads Clark Atlanta past Stillman - TUSCALOOSA | Shantrell Moss scored seven points in the final eight minutes, helping Clark Atlanta hold off the Stilman College women's basketball team 61-54 on Saturday.<br>Moss, a senior guard, finished with 17 points as Clark Atlanta improved to 3-1 overall, 1-0 in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. 1481
November 23rd, 2008
Panthers spoil Tigers' home debut - TUSCALOOSA | Led by guard Kevin Johnson, Clark Atlanta University spoiled the plans of Michael Grant, first-year head coach of the Stillman men's basketball team. 1480
November 23rd, 2008
The chance of a lifetime - BOLIGEE | A young person's first hunt is always exciting. A first hunt that ends with a trophy buck in the bag is truly something special.<br>"I thought it was amazing and I would like to go again next year," said 12-year-old Kaitlin. 1479
November 23rd, 2008
UWA women lose to University of Mobile - MOBILE | The University of West Alabama women's basketball team dropped its second contest of the season, as the Tigers (0-2) fell 75-53 to the University of Mobile on Friday.<br>Valerie Harris paced UWA with 12 points and seven rebounds on the night. Courtney McDonald supplied 11 points, as the only other Tiger in double figures. 1478
November 22nd, 2008
PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Nevels lifts Bryant to win over Brookwood - From staff reports<br>TUSCALOOSA | A.J. Holland threw a pass to Greg Nevels that led to the winning basket that lifted Paul W. Bryant High School to a 54-52 home win against Brookwood on Friday night. 1477
November 22nd, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Linden rolls into semifinals - LOACHAPOKA | Battering ram Ajalon Bruno, a short-yardage specialist, ran for two touchdowns to help Linden High School remain undefeated with a 24-6 quarterfinal victory over Loachapoka on Friday in the Class 1A state playoffs. 1476
November 22nd, 2008
Greenwave comes up short - CORDOVA | Ryan Smith scored four touchdowns in the fourth quarter on Friday as Cordova outlasted Gordo 48-40 in the quarterfinal round of the Class 3A playoffs.<br>Cordova (10-3) advances to play T.R. Miller next Friday in Brewton in the semifinal round. Gordo finished the season with a 9-4 record. 1475
November 22nd, 2008
Tornadoes' offense hits snag against Rebels - REFORM | If old-school football is dead, someone forgot to tell Jackie O'Neal.<br>In an era where the spread offense and basketball-esque point totals are all the rage in football, O'Neal's Reeltown Rebels proved on a chilly Friday night the wishbone offense and a stifling defense can still produce winning football. 1474
November 22nd, 2008
Wild finish - MONTGOMERY | The game was so good it had two endings.<br>That's essentially what happened Friday night as the undefeated Carver Wolverines got a 24-yard field goal with no time remaining to fend off a pesky Demopolis squad, 38-36, in a Class 5A quarterfinal matchup in the Cramton Bowl. 1473
November 22nd, 2008
PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Central Falcons rally past Northridge Jaguars - From staff reports<br>TUSCALOOSA | Flando Crowell made five three throws in the closing moments as the Central High School boys basketball team defeated Northridge 62-59 on Thursday.<br>Central's Chris Hedgeman hit a 3-pointer to tie the score at 57 with 1:20 left. 1472
November 21st, 2008
Demopolis is riding a seven-game win streak into the quarterfinals - TUSCALOOSA | For the Demopolis High School football team, this season has been split in two.<br>The Tigers started the season uncharacteristically slow with a woeful 1-4 record. 1471
November 21st, 2008
Lady Bucs get 'boring' win to move to 5-1 - TUSCALOOSA | The Shelton State Lady Bucs got the homecoming festivities at the Umphrey Center started on the right foot Thursday night, defeating the Lurleen B. Wallace Lady Saints 51-44. 1470
November 21st, 2008
Bucs beat LBW in a runaway - TUSCALOOSA | The Shelton State Buccaneers out ran the Lurleen B. Wallace Saints in the Umphrey Center Thursday, winning 95-64.<br>The win improves Shelton State to 5-2 on the season and the loss drops LBW to 1-5. 1469
November 21st, 2008
Tornadoes set for big challenge against Reeltown - REFORM | If the Pickens County Tornadoes expect to win a state championship, they will have to get past Reeltown High School tonight at 7 p.m. in the quarterfinals of the AHSAA Class 2A playoffs. 1468
November 21st, 2008
SMALL COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Vickerson charts new course by signing with MSU - Nick Vickerson, a former shortstop at Hillcrest High School, came home to chart a new course for his baseball career. 1467
November 20th, 2008
Stillman players earn All-SIAC honors - 1466
November 20th, 2008
Shelton State Buccaneers hang on to beat Faulkner - BAY MINETTE | Led by Sterling Jones 38 points, the Shelton State men's basketball team held on to defeat Faulkner State, 114-103, in overtime Tuesday night. <br>Faulkner State scored 53 points in the second half to erase a 14-point Buccaneer halftime lead to tie the game at 90. 1465
November 19th, 2008
Just not enough - TUSCALOOSA | Greg Thompson was informed Tuesday that he is out as head football coach at Stillman College.<br>Thompson received the news in the form of a letter from Athletics Director Curtis Campbell.<br>"You are hereby removed from your duties as head football coach, effective immediately," the letter said. 1464
November 19th, 2008
Holy Spirit tops Hale Co., 41-39 - TALLADEGA | Marquell Jones led Stillman with 25 points as it edged Talladega.<br>Omari Murray added 16 points. Kenard Johnson had 15 points and Gerard Devaughn finished with 14 points.<br>Talladege led 53-42 at intermission.<br>Talladega's Tarium Taylor led with 25 points. Meshon Lewis had 22 points and Jeral Davis scored 16 points. 1463
November 18th, 2008
Lady Bucs defeat Faulkner, 79-61 - BAYMINETTE | Shelton State improved to 4-1 on the year in its 79-61 win over Faulkner State on Monday.<br>Marquisha Loper scored 27 points for Shelton. Joi Walker had 13 points and Carmesha Bullard scored 11 points. China Antoine tallied 10 assists.<br>Shelton led 45-25 at intermission. 1462
November 18th, 2008
Up and coming - It's the kind of statement University of Alabama football fans have grown accustomed to this season. 1461
November 18th, 2008
Brooker, Jones in Hall of Fame - Tommy Brooker and Robbie Jones, who played football for legendary coach Paul W. 'Bear' Bryant at the University of Alabama, are among the first inductees to the Marengo County Sports Hall of Fame. 1460
November 18th, 2008
STATE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Southern U. knocks off Alabama St. - The Associated Press<br>MOBILE | Josh Duran kicked three field goals and Southern held Alabama State to 152 yards of offense in a 15-0 victory on Saturday night. 1459
November 16th, 2008
PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Clarke Co. boys outlast Livingston; Livingston girls win - The Livingston boys basketball team lost to Clarke County, 73-72, on Saturday.<br>Livingston's Tony Harris had 13 points and five rebounds. Donald Wright scored 14 points. <br>Jarmelle Saucier had 12 points and 12 rebounds. Lamonte Tolliver had 11 points and five rebounds. 1458
November 16th, 2008
UWA women open season with overtime loss - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama women's basketball team opened the season with a 70-60 overtime loss at Auburn Montgomery. AUM (2-2) outscored the Tigers (0-1) 15-5 in the extra session of play. 1457
November 16th, 2008
Wilder wins first bout on TKO - NASHVILLE | Saturday night amidst the hoopla of an HBO boxing broadcast featuring two established fighters who have already made a name for themselves, Tuscaloosa's Deontay Wilder announced his professional debut with an iron right hand.<br>Wilder dropped Ethen Cox twice with right hands in the second round to earn a TKO knockou t. 1456
November 16th, 2008
Gambril darts rhino to complete Africa's 'Big Five' - The rhino Don Gambril shot in South Africa was the final animal he needed to complete Africa's 'Big Five.' Like most big-game hunters, he was photographed with the animal and the professional hunter took measurements. 1455
November 16th, 2008
Kelci Johnston signs with JSU - TUSCALOOSA | When Alan Reach assembled his first softball team at Tuscaloosa County High School, he chose freshman Kelci Johnston to start at second base. 1454
November 15th, 2008
Stillman out in SIAC Volleyball Championships - FRANKFORT, KY. | Playing in the SIAC Volleyball Championships losers' bracket on Thursday, the Stillman volleyball team split two matches, winning a come-from-behind match against Tuskegee 15-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-20, 15-10 but falling to Paine of Augusta, Ga., 26-28, 20-25 and 21-25. 1453
November 15th, 2008
PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Northridge opens with win over Brookwood - TUSCALOOSA | Kwame Beard scored a game-high 14 points for the Northridge Jaguars as they defeated the Brookwood Panthers 54-40 on Friday night in boys high school basketball action.<br>Malcolm Johnson added 12 points for Northridge, while Jonathan Jefferson had 10.<br>Terrance Coleman and Bryan McCaa each had nine rebounds for the Jaguars. 1452
November 15th, 2008
Olympic medalist Wilder set for pro debut - TUSCALOOSA | On the eve of his first professional fight in what he hopes will be a long, successful career, Tuscaloosa boxer Deontay Wilder seemed like a kid in a candy store. 1451
November 15th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Greenwave rallies in fourth quarter to advance - From staff reports<br>DADEVILLE | The Gordo Greenwave scored four touchdowns in the fourth quarter as it rallied to defeat the Dadeville Tigers 37-27 on Friday night in the second round of the Class 3A high school football playoffs. 1450
November 15th, 2008
Pickens County wins big - REFORM | The Pickens County Tornadoes jumped out to a 26-0 first-half lead and never looked back, recording a shutout against the Isabella Mustangs to advance to the third round of the Class 2A state playoffs. 1449
November 15th, 2008
ACA falls to Reeltown, 27-10 - REELTOWN | Willie McKenzie ran for two touchdowns on Friday as Reeltown defeated American Christian Academy 27-10 in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs.<br>American Christian Academy's Matt Sandlin completed 21 of 37 passes for 254 yards and a touchdown. Parker Barrineau posted season highs with 9 catches for 149 yards. 1448
November 15th, 2008
South Lamar grinds out Class 1A win over Berry - MILLPORT | Apparently rain just acts as a lubricant to South Lamar's well-oiled running game. 1447
November 15th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Patriots nip Billingsley in 2A - From staff reports<br>LINDEN | Maurice Tate ran for 290 yards and three touchdowns to lead Linden High School to a 33-32 victory over Billingsley on Friday night in the second round of the Class 2A state playoffs.<br>The Patriots improved to 12-0 for the first time in school history, according to head coach Andro Williams. 1446
November 15th, 2008
Foster takes Knights' breath away with 232 yards - TROY | Pike Liberal Arts star running back Jerel Foster spent most of halftime in an ambulance getting a breathing treatment and additional oxygen.<br>But the asthmatic left Tuscaloosa Academy gasping throughout the AISA Class AAA semifinal on Friday night. 1445
November 15th, 2008
Falcons late rally not enough - TUSCALOOSA | The road back to Birmingham ended Friday night for the Central High School Falcons on their rain-soaked home field. They lost to Walker High School 35-30, ending a chance for Central to win back-to-back state championships.<br>The defending Class 4A state champs finished 9-2 with the second-round 5A playoff loss. 1444
November 15th, 2008
Wildcats fall again to Spartans - NORTHPORT | It may have been one year later, but the results were the same.<br>It was a nightmare revisited for Tuscaloosa County as the Wildcats saw their season end to a familiar foe, with Mountain Brook coming into Wildcat Alumni Stadium and winning 29-14 on Friday night. 1443
November 15th, 2008
PREP BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Scott leads Holt to big win - SAMANTAHA | David Scott scored 16 points as the Holt Ironmen beat the Northside Rams 56-32 Thursday night in area high school boys basketball action.<br>Teammate Darrell Harris scored 14 points and Joseph Brooks added 10 points as the Ironmen posted its first win of the season. 1442
November 14th, 2008
Shelton State turns to defense in second half to down Meridian - TUSCALOOSA | With the halftime score tied at 47, Shelton State coach Barry Mohun told his players to concentrate on defense.<br>The Buccaneers limited Meridian to four field goals in the second half and cruised to a 92-68 victory on Thursday. 1441
November 14th, 2008
Lady Buccs launch 3-point barrage against Meridian - TUSCALOOSA | The Shelton State women's basketball team launched a 3-point barrage on Thursday and posted an 82-58 victory over Meridian (Miss.) Community College. 1440
November 14th, 2008
Central seniors make run for a second championship - TUSCALOOSA | The football players in the Central High School class of 2009 have been through a lot. <br>As freshmen, they went 1-9. Fast forward three years and as seniors they're now in the second round of the Class 5A playoffs after winning the 4A state championship as juniors. 1439
November 14th, 2008
TCHS Wildcats are looking for redemption - Sometimes life gives you a shot at redemption, a second chance to capitalize on a missed opportunity. Almost a year ago to the day - Nov. 16, 2007, to be exact - the Tuscaloosa County High School football team entered the second round of the playoffs against Mountain Brook. 1438
November 14th, 2008
Hillcrest senior picks Southern Miss. - TUSCALOOSA |<br>When Danielle Johnson started playing basketball, she competed against boys because there was no program for girls her age. <br>Dan Johnson said he knew then that his daughter was something special.<br>Danielle Johnson, a senior at Hillcrest High School, signed on Wednesday to play for the University of Southern Mississippi. 1437
November 13th, 2008
SMALL COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Sanders still gets a kick out of coaching - Roosevelt Sanders, who directed the Central High School boys basketball team to a couple of AHSAA championships, admitted that he had to adjust his style when he started coaching women.<br>Sanders is in his season as an assistant for Stillman College head coach Kimberly Pooler. 1436
November 13th, 2008
Central girls beat Paul W. Bryant, 91-55 - TUSCALOOSA | Central defeated Paul W. Bryant 91-55 Wednesday night in girls high school basketball action.<br>Brittany Lewis led the Falcons with 24 points. Jawannica Treadwell and Shaykelia Dixon came in with 15 points each. LaShudra Nedels had 11 points and Ariel Merriweather had 10. 1435
November 13th, 2008
Stillman drops SIAC volleyball match - FRANKFORT, Ky. | The Stillman College volleyball team fell to Claflin College in its first match in the SIAC conference championship tournament Wednesday 25-21, 21-25, 18-25, 17-25. <br>Anjelica Nixon led the team with 12 kills, Jamila McKinnis had 11 assists and Phyllice Eubanks contributed five blocks. 1434
November 13th, 2008
Stillman begins play in SIAC tournament - FRANKFORT, Ky. | The Stillman College volleyball team begins play today in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference at Kentucky State University. 1433
November 12th, 2008
Sports foundation, Wilder to raise money for kids - TUSCALOOSA | On August 23, Tuscaloosa nativ, Deontay Wilder edged Morocco's Mohammed Arjaou to bring home the 2008 Olympic Boxing bronze medal. <br>Wilder, from Skyy Gym in Northport, was the only member of the US Boxing team to win a medal in the 2008 Games. 1432
November 12th, 2008
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBLL: Hillcrest girls dominate Jess Lanier, 58-40 - TUSCALOOSA | Led by senior guard Danielle Johnson, the Hillcrest girls basketball team ran its record to 2-0 with a 58-40 win over Jess Lanier on Tuesday. 1431
November 12th, 2008
Stillman women feel good about season - TUSCALOOSA | After starting the 2007-2008 season with six straight losses, the Stillman College women's basketball team closed with three wins in the last four games and reached the semifinals of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. 1430
November 12th, 2008
Grant sets high standards in first season at Stillman - TUSCALOOSA | When the Stillman College men's basketball team was picked to finish last in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, first-year coach Michael Grant showed the preseason poll to his players. 1429
November 12th, 2008
PREP NOTEBOOK: ACA handles the pressure to repeat title in cross country - At the start of the season, members of the American Christian Academy girls cross country team knew there would be targets on their backs.<br>After all, ACA captured the state title last season and had virtually its entire team coming back. <br>So, they knew they would have to perform at a higher level to repeat as champions. 1428
November 12th, 2008
Tuscaloosa Co. wins first game of the season - HOLT | Tuscaloosa County's Dimitri Davis led with 15 points as it beat Holt 64-41 in its first boy's basketball game of the season.<br>Fentress Lockett and Trey Vaughn each scored 11 points for TCHS. Johnathan Gordon had 10 points.<br>Tuscaloosa County led 50-9 at the half. 1427
November 11th, 2008
Stampede defeats Jackson-Olin in overtime - TUSCALOOSA | Paul W. Bryant got some final minute heroics from LeRon Dexter and A.J. Holland to ensure its 71-68 overtime win over Jackson Olin on Monday in basketball. 1426
November 11th, 2008
Lady Wildcats start season off with win over Holt - HOLT | Tuscaloosa County's Shakeyla Murray had 10 points, five steals and three assists as they pounded Holt in girls basktball, 65-33.<br>Tuscaloosa County's Iesha Henderson had eight rebounds and four points. <br>TCHS led 32-20 at the half. Tuscaloosa County (1-0) will travel to Aliceville next Tuesday. 1425
November 11th, 2008
Paul W. Bryant girls defeat Jackson-Olin - TUSCALOOSA | The Paul W. Bryant Girls basketball team evened their record at 1-1 on the season as they defeated Jackson-Olin 66-37..<br>Bryant's Tierra Foster led with 26 points. Taris Strother had 14 points and Ericka Fowler had 10 points. 1424
November 11th, 2008
Lady Patriots win first game of the season - TUSCALOOSA | The Hillcrest girls won the first game of their season as they edged Midfield 44-41 on Monday in high school basketball<br>Hillcrest's Danielle Johnson led with 19 points. Qunesha Lockett tallied 14 points. 1423
November 11th, 2008
Shelton State tops Talladega in men's basketball - TALLADEGA | Shelton State's Courtney Carr led with 17 points and 13 rebounds as it defeated the Talladega College Junior Varsity men 76-73 on Monday.<br>Shelton's Cortez Irby finished with 11 rebounds. Trevell Coleman scored 11 points and Josh Mickler and Charles Perona had 10 points each. 1422
November 11th, 2008
Thirteen teams advance in playoffs - After a week of the AHSAA and AISA high school football playoffs, only 13 West Alabama teams remain to prepare for second-round action this Friday. 1421
November 11th, 2008
UWA faces Troy in exhibition play tonight - LIVINGSTON | The University of West Alabama men's basketball team will play a pair of exhibition games in consecutive nights, beginning with an in-state match up with Troy tonight. Tip off is set for 7 p.m. at Troy Arena. 1420
November 10th, 2008
Westervelt Lodge offers deer hunting school - ALICEVILLE | Westervelt Lodge will conduct a Deer Hunting School, Dec. 5-7, that stress safety, hunting skills and responsible harvesting practices. 1419
November 9th, 2008
Tree stands pose big danger - TUSCALOOSA | All hunters know the importance of firearms safety training. Careless firearms handling can lead to serious injuries and fatalities.<br>But when it comes to hunting accidents, tree stands are more dangerous than guns. 1418
November 9th, 2008
Sporting Clays Classic is Nov. 14 - CHILDERSBURG | The second annual Clays for Clovers Sporting Clays Classic, to benefit Alabama 4-H, will be Nov. 14 at Selwood Farm near Childersburg. 1417
November 9th, 2008
Next week's AHSAA second-round pairings - Class 1A<br>J.U. Blacksher (8-3) at Brantley (11-0)<br>McIntosh (8-2) at Sweet Water (10-1)<br>Loachapoka (8-2) at Talladega County Central (10-1)<br>Billingsley (9-2) at Linden (11-0)<br>Spring Garden (9-2) at Gaston (9-2)<br>Cedar Bluff (9-2) at Appalachian (9-2)<br>Speake (9-2) at Hazlewood (10-1), Town Creek 1416
November 8th, 2008
Tigers turn blocked punt into a win - FAYETTE | The St. Clair County Saints marched into John Morgan Brown Stadium and limped out after a 20-14 loss to the Fayette County Tigers in Class 4A playoff action Friday night. 1415
November 8th, 2008
Knights rally with late score - TUSCALOOSA | Unbelievable. <br>That's the only word Tuscaloosa Academy coach Wayne Brantley could find to describe Friday night's Class AAA playoff win against Glenwood Academy, 26-23. 1414
November 8th, 2008
Patriots can't overcome mistakes against Mountain Brook, lose 30-15 - MOUNTAIN BROOK | Hillcrest played solid football for three quarters.<br>However, the first quarter got away from the Patriots as Hillcrest couldn't overcome a fumble, safety and penalties that allowed Mountain Brook to take a big first-quarter lead en route to a 30-15 first-round playoff win Friday night. 1413
November 8th, 2008
ACA airs it out against Keith - TUSCALOOSA | In the first round of Class 2A playoffs, the American Christian Academy Patriots displayed a dual-quarterback aerial attack to surge past the Keith Bears, 44-14, at Patriot Field on Friday night in a Class 2A first-round playoff game.<br>ACA will travel to play Reeltown next Friday in the second round. 1412
November 8th, 2008
TCHS breaks loose in fourth quarter to win big - NORTHPORT | The yellow grass and crisp autumn air' That was kind of the expected part of playoff football at Tuscaloosa County's Wildcat Alumni Stadium Friday night.<br>The nail biting' Not so much. 1411
November 8th, 2008
Challenge awaits West Alabama - LIVINGSTON | West Alabama head coach Bobby Wallace expects to greet a few old friends and well-wishers today, but his main mission is to secure a win against North Alabama. 1410
November 8th, 2008
Greene County tops Jemison in girls basketball - TUSCALOOSA | The Greene County Lady Tigers basketball team defeated Jemison High School 61-10 in the Dallas County High School Tip-off Tournament on Thursday.<br>LaPrecious Naylon scored 15 points for Greene County. Sharee Williams had 10 points and eight rebounds.<br>Marisha Snoddy scored 12 points and Tequela Fulghum had eight rebounds. 1409
November 7th, 2008
PREP ROUNDUP: Central drops 3-point decision - From staff reports<br>TUSCALOOSA | The Central Falcons boys basketball team couldn't hold on Thursday night, losing 55-52 to Columbus (Miss.) High School.<br>Central's Sherrod Goodson had 16 points and 12 rebounds. Chris Hedgeman scored 14 points.<br>Flando Crowell had 10 points and 10 assists. 1408
November 7th, 2008
Carr's dunk caps Buccaneers' win - TUSCALOOSA | Courtney Carr is only a freshman, but he knows how to finish for the home folks.<br>Carr's dunk in the closing seconds capped Shelton State's 87-74 victory over Itawamba Community College from Mississippi on Thursday. 1407
November 7th, 2008
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