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Tillman to play for Kentucky Christian

Boaz senior defensive lineman Deonta Tillman’s dream of playing college football came true Wednesday when he signed a national letter of intent ...

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Tillman to play for NAIA's Kentucky Christian

Sanders to play receiver for Maryville

Ty Sanders’ contributions as a wide receiver helped the 2015 Albertville football team post a 7-4 record, finish second in Class 6A, Region 7 an...

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Stallworth to make tackles for DSU

Micah Stallworth was a tackling machine for the Albertville football team during the 2015 season, recording 159 stops, including 117 solo tackle...

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Siggers chooses West Alabama

John Tyler Siggers didn’t become serious about his football career until his junior season.

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Bama Club to sponsor trip to see game

The Marshall County Bama Club will sponsor a charter bus trip to the Alabama-Auburn men’s basketball game at Coleman Coliseum on Feb. 27.

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Rams defeat J.B. Pennington

Class 2A, No. 9 Asbury snapped a three-game losing skid by beating 4A J.B. Pennington 70-57 Monday night at Asbury.

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Stallions to compete in substate playoffs

The Marshall Christian School varsity boys basketball team — in its first year moving up to Division I and third year in the Alabama Christian A...

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2015-16 Marshall Christian School varsity boys

Aggie 7th-graders roll to county title

The Albertville Middle School seventh-grade boys basketball team put the finishing touches on a terrific season by winning the Marshall County T...

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Marshall County champions

Fifteen Aggies qualify for State

The Albertville High School track team has qualified 15 student-athletes to compete in 34 events at the 2016 AHSAA State Indoor Championships on...

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Busch overcomes injury to claim title

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Only nine months removed from suffering a broken right leg and left foot in an accident at Daytona, Kyle Busch won at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Sunday to capture the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. The title is the first for Busch and Toyota.

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