Opelika’s off to a hot start. 4-and-0 with wins against two teams that made the state semifinals and another that made the quarterfinals last season. One of the reasons for winning: clutch plays from key players like Brody Davis.
Heavy equipment was on the move at Len McWilliams Field on Wednesday as the new football parking lot at Calvary Christian is under construction. Meanwhile, the Knights football team was getting a little Southern Exposure under the blazing sun for the picture day as they get ready for the opener
Championship rings are on the way for the Central High Red Devil football team. The football players, coaches, cheerleaders, and more are raising money to pay for these once in a lifetime rings that cost $230 each.
The No. 1 Central Red Devils came out of the gate fast and never let up to beat the No. 2 Thompson Warriors 52-7 to claim the AHSAA Class 7A football championship on Wednesday night at Jordan-Hare Stadium.