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Alabama Sports Writers Association basketball rankings.

Girls top-ranked teams are Class 7A Hazel Green, Class 6A Homewood, Class 5A Wenonah, Class 4A Deshler, Class 3A Madison Academy, Class 2A Red Bay, Class 1A Keith and AISA Springwood. Homewood, Wenonah Deshler, Red Bay and Keith are all defending champions. CLASS 5A 1. Wenonah (14-0) 2. Faith Academy (9-2) 3. Charles Henderson (12-1)

Wenonah girls basketball ranked among nation’s best

A pair of national services ranks Class 5A two-time defending girls champion Wenonah among the best in the nation. The Dragons (12-0) are ranked as the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A No. 1 team while they’re No. 22 nationally in the MaxPreps computer rankings and No. 10 in USA Today’s South Regional rankings. Undefeated

Quinnen Williams Awarded Service Above Self Award

The Montgomery Rotary Club awarded senior defensive lineman, and University of Alabama commitment, Quinnen Williams the first annual Service Above Self Award on Monday, November 30, 2015 at the RSA building in Montgomery.  This award is presented to a member of the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game that exemplifies community service and scholarship, along with outstanding athletic

Kaitlyn Rodgers signs with Ole Miss

Wenonah High School basketball star Kaitlyn Rodgers will sign with Ole Miss on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. in the school’s library. The school’s address is 2916 Wilson Road, 35221. The four-year scholarship is for $131, 976. She has a 3.4 GPA.   For two straight years, Kaitlyn has helped the Wenonah Lady Dragons

Wenonah 20 – Mortimer Jordan 30

A powerful offense carried Mortimer Jordan to 10 wins in its first 11 games, but the Blue Devils’ defense stepped up at the most opportune time on Friday. Mortimer Jordan held Wenonah scoreless in the second half of a 30-20 Class 5A second-round playoff win at Wenonah. The Blue Devils (11-1) advance to play Guntersville

Wenonah 48, Randolph 0

Wenonah‘s Tyler Thornton rushed for 247 yards and four touchdowns as the Dragons upended Randolph 48-0 Tyler Thornton Thursday night at Bell-Cullpeper Stadium in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. The Dragons (10-0) leaned heavily on their run game from the outset, amassing 419 yards on 51 rushes. Equally as dominant was Wenonah’s

Kaitlyn Rodgers commits to Ole Miss

Wenonah’s Kaitlyn Rodgers committed to Ole Miss this morning, choosing the Rebels over Southern Mississippi. Rodgers is the reigning Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 5A Player of the Year and the Birmingham Region Player of the Year. She averaged 7.9 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks a game for the Class 5A two-time state

Wenonah 8 – Ramsay 7

Aubrey Robinson threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Demond Brown with 7:11 remaining, then the duo connected again on the 2-point conversion as Wenonah edged Ramsay 8-7 in Class 5A, Region 5 action here Thursday night. Ramsay appeared to have stopped the Dragons after Wenonah (5-0, 3-0) watched a first-and-goal from the 1 end up

Wenonah 22, Fairfield 14

Wenonah (4-0) stayed undefeated with a 22-14 win over Fairfleld (2-1) that featured 392 total offensive yards and a 145-yard night from quarterback Aubrey Robinson. But it started with Fairfield getting the initial lead, as Tez Spencer ran for a one-yard touchdown at the 9:31 mark of the first quarter. Robinson scored two touchdowns in