COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - The Hardaway Hawks scored four times in the second half to sew up a 41-14 win over the Northside Patriots on Thursday night at Kinnett Stadium. The victory keeps faint playoff hopes alive for Northside (5-3, 2-3 Region 1-AAAA).
Meanwhile, the Carver Tigers rolled to a 47-0 win over Kendrick on Thursday night at McClung Memorial Stadium. Two Cherokee turnovers led to first quarter Tiger scores as Carver put the game away early.
In other action, the Troup Tigers rallied to beat the Shaw Raiders 19-12 at Callaway Stadium in LaGrange, and Loachapoka clinched a playoff berth in AHSAA Class 1A with a 28-12 victory at Talladega County Central.
The Northern Little League Girl's Softball Team is on their way to Clarksville Tennessee Friday afternoon to play in a regional tournament.More >>
Former Opelika quarterback Jake Bentley enjoyed a lot of success his first year at South Carolina. WTVM caught up with him as he prepares to build on that success in his sophomore season.More >>
Former Opelika quarterback Jake Bentley enjoyed a lot of success his first year at South Carolina. WTVM caught up with him as he prepares to build on that success in his sophomore season. Hear his thoughts on the upcoming season, former coach Brian Blackmon, and what it will take for South Carolina to take the next step and compMore >>
Football season is right around the corner, but before teams take the field, they'll approach the stage for SEC Media Days.More >>
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