Friday was a night of blowouts around Calhoun County with the Wildcats and Cougars on the positive side of things while the Trojans and Rams were not.
Bruce Telephone Company hosted the 2014 Independent Telephone Pioneer Association Golf Tournament this week at Yoda Creek.
Josh Byrd is quick to admit he loves contact.
In history, we call them red-letter days. In college football, we call them program makers. They are the most especial of special days and games. They are the most meaningful of victories.
Cameron Clarke, left, of Pittsboro, finished first in the 14-15 year old division and 4th overall at Gulf Shores Country Club in the Southeastern Jr. Tour.
Calhoun Academy made the most of their long trip to North River Christian in Tuscaloosa earning a 33-28 victory to improve to 3-1 on the season.
Head coach Larry Gann was left searching for answers after Vardaman’s 25-22 loss to Houlka.
Another big night from Brieton Sykes helped Calhoun City remain perfect on the season with a 20-12 homecoming win over Ripley Friday night.
A strong effort by the Bruce defense carried the Trojans to a 25-12 victory over visiting West Bolivar Friday night.
Calhoun City senior quarterback Chakel Gates never lacks for motivation when he steps on the football field.