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Bryant High School Alum Declares For NFL Draft
Auburn University wide receiver, Seth Williams, will declare for the NFL Draft, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com. Williams led the Tigers in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns as a junior. The 6-foot-3 receiver is a 2018 graduate of Paul Bryant High School.
Bama Flips LSU Commitment on Signing Day
Four-star defensive end, Keanu Koht signed his letter of intent today for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Koht had been committed to the LSU Tigers since July or 2020. Sal Sunseri and Pete Golding served as the primary recruiters for the Crimson Tide.
Tuscaloosa Academy Knight Shines in All-Star Game
Tuscaloosa Academy struggled to find success this season under first-year head coach Todd Bradford but one player still managed to shine in a difficult season. The Knights only won one game in this season complicated by COVID-19 but first-year player, Bo Abston, was able to draw enough attention to …
Handley Tigers Take Class 4A State Championship
The Handley Tigers (12-1) out of Roanoke, Alabama defeated the Gordo Greenwave (13-2) 35-20 to win the AHSAA Class 4A State Championship. The Tigers defeated both tuscaloosa-area schools, American Christian Academy and Gordo, in consecutive weeks to win the championship in Bryant-Denny Stadium.
Linden Takes Down Pickens County in State Finals
The Linden Patriots (15-0) defeated the Pickens County Tornadoes (11-4) for the second time this season to win the AHSAA Class 1A State Championship. The Patriots book-ended its season with victories over the Tornadoes, defeating them 36-0 in the first week of the season and 32-8 in the state finals…
Sam Rowley Drops 27; Tuscaloosa Academy Cruises To Victory
The Tuscaloosa Academy Knights held a double header on Tuesday night in which both the boys and the girls teams took on the Heritage Patriots. The Knights won both games against the Patriots, the varsity girls set the tone for the evening with a 42-36 victory and the varsity boys were successful, wi…

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