Tra Boland probably couldn’t explain it if you asked him to, but New Brockton’s junior defensive back just always seems to be around the football.
Last week before the Enterprise High School Wildcats made a joy ride to Mobile where they waxed the Davidson Warriors, 52-13, we looked at cha…
Zion Chapel has moved its game against Houston County from Friday night to Saturday at 3 p.m. at Enterprise’s Bates Memorial Stadium, ending a…
In the first of two games between Enterprise High School and Central-Phenix City this week, the Red Devils freshmen earned a close win, 21-20,…
Carroll High School in Ozark will fill the vacancy on the Enterprise High football schedule on Friday, Sept. 25.
Enterprise’s volleyball team won one of three matches in this weekend’s Battle By the Bay.
New Brockton quarterback Kaden Cupp threw for more than 200 yards and ran for more than 120 in a first half full of big plays in the Gamecocks…
Kinston rebounded from a nightmarish start, Jeb Crosby scored two touchdowns and its defense held off Red Level 21-19 on Friday night.
MOBILE – The Enterprise High School Wildcats scored early and often in the first half of Friday’s game against Davidson’s Warriors and cruised…
Elba’s headliners made impactful appearances and the Tigers celebrated Senior Night with a 38-7 victory over Zion Chapel on Friday night.
Despite the 43-16 final score, there was plenty to build on from New Brockton’s opening loss to Opp last Friday.
Davidson head football coach Rick Cauley says he’d seen it before when he turned on the film to watch Enterprise in action.
This year is proof positive that printed athletic schedules can be as useless as side saddles on boar hogs.
Marc Sieving doesn’t like the fact that Elba lost its game last week at G.W. Long, but he likes the way the Tigers have rebounded.
The injuries force the lineup to keep changing for Zion Chapel – as does head football coach Randy Bryant’s depth chart.
New Brockton defeated Pike County 25-11, 16-25, 25-12, 17-25, 15-10 in a marathon match Tuesday night.
Some weeks, it’s easy for a high school football coach to see progress when he flips on the film of the previous game.
Dauphin Junior High School evened its record 1-1 with a 28-7 win against Admiral Moorer Middle School in Eufaula last Thursday.