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Alabama DL commit Quinnen William begins season with impressive showing

Huffman quarterback Trey Turnbow didn’t stand a chance. After fumbling a low snap, the off-balanced QB scrambled to his right and was quickly taken down by Wenonah defensive tackle Quinnen Williams. The sack by the Alabama commit came on the first play from the line of scrimmage in the Dragons’ 10-6 home victory over Huffman

JSU newcomer Joel McCandless looking to assume leadership role at linebacker

JSU newcomer Joel McCandless looking to assume leadership role at linebacker Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on pinterest_shareMore Sharing Services6 By Mike Perrin/Star Sports Correspondent | Updated 2 days ago There’s good news and bad news in the defensive depth chart story for the Jacksonville State Gamecocks. Good: Only four starters are gone from last

Tuesday’s Jefferson-Shelby football media day

Wenonah 1:12 PM: “I take it one game at a time,” said Wenonah coach Kirk Logan. “But, Parker is always a big game for us. It always is. And Ramsay snuck up on us last year, but that won’t happen again.” 1:06 PM: Logan says many things have changed. “That’s what’s so great about this sport,”

Wenonah coach raves about new Alabama commit Quinnen Williams’ versatility, work ethic

Wenonah lineman Quinnen Williams announces he will play defensive end for Alabama during a press conference at Wenonah High School in Birmingham, Ala., Tuesday, June 30, 2015. (Mark Almond/ malmond@al.com) (MARK ALMOND) PrintEmail By Drew Champlin | dchamplin@al.com Email the author | Follow on Twitter on June 30, 2015 at 11:12 AM, updated June 30,

Alabama lands former Auburn commit Quinnen Williams

Alabama has landed a commitment from Wenonah defensive lineman Quinnen Williams. The 6-foot-4, 265-pounder picked the Crimson Tide over fellow finalists Auburn and Mississippi State Tuesday morning at his school. “They have always been a top choice of mine,” Williams told AL.com last week. “I like their tradition and winning ways. They’re always in the

Former Auburn commit Quinnen Williams deciding next week, has 3 finalists

Wenonah defensive lineman Quinnen Williams is set to make his second commitment June 30. The 6-foot-4, 265-pounder was committed to Auburn from Jan. 16 until June 5. The change of heart came days after he visited Tuscaloosa for a camp, and he hasn’t taken any college visits since. “When I committed to Auburn I kind of

Top BB teams to meet in Hazel Green Friday, Saturday

Hazel Green High will host the AHSAA’s annual officials camp Friday and Saturday. Exhibition games are slated for both days at the HGHS main and auxiliary gyms, Meridianville Middle, Moores Mill Intermediate and the Hazel Green Rec Center. Admission is $5. AHSAA OFFICIA 3 p.m. Girls Spain Park v Sparkman Huntsville v Madison Acad. Albertville

Kaitlyn Rodgers, Wenonah; scheduled to play in North-South All-Star games

Several of the leading candidates for the 2016 Mr. and Miss Basketball awards are scheduled to play in this summer’s North-South All-Star games in Montgomery. The AHSAA released rosters today, with the games girls/boys doubleheader set for July 22 at Alabama State’s Acadome. Tip-off in the girls game is set for 6 p.m., with the

Wenonah 2 – Ramsay 12

Jonathan Allen went 3-for-3 with a double as Ramsay stopped Wenonah, 12-2, in a Class 5A, Area 9 game. Ramsay (9-11, 5-1) took control of the game with three runs in the bottom of the first inning, then put the game away with four runs in the fourth and three in the fifth. Justin Wiley