Golden Tigers host youth basketball camp

Golden Tigers host youth basketball camp

This past week, the Russellville High School basketball team took some time off from practice to hold a basketball camp at the elementary school for ... Read more

Belgreen fishermen finish strong at Wheeler Lake

Belgreen fishermen Brant Bragwell and Trey Willingham, both freshmen, finished 15th out of 84 boats from 12 different schools at Wheeler Lake. Bragwell reeled in a ... Read more

Golden Tigers clinch region victory

The Russellville Golden Tigers continued their road stand for the second week as they traveled to Alabama A&M Louis-Crews Stadium in Huntsville, where they faced ... Read more

Vina stomps Waterloo, 46-0

Vina used a big play offense and a stingy defense to earn a 46-0 win over Class 1A, Region 8 rival Waterloo Sept. 4. The Red ... Read more

Tharptown falls to Hackleburg

Tharptown fell behind big early, and despite some positive signs in the second half, particularly with the ground game, fell 45-6 to Class 1A's 9th-ranked ... Read more

  1. Local volleyball teams reflect on season start
  2. Touchdowns for toys
  3. Phil Campbell locks down first win of season
  4. Golden Tigers beat Deshler 42-12
  5. Vina suffers close loss, 13-8
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