Wenonah Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Wenonah 20 – Moody 7

Wenonah 20 – Moody 7.  Next game: Friday, October 14th, Fairfield @Wenonah –  Homecoming

Wenonah 27 – Pleasant Grove 7

Anthony Hudson returned a punt 71 yards for a touchdown and Xavier Stewart returned an interception 26 yards for a score as Wenonah (4-2, 3-1) pulled away in the second half for a 27-7 victory over Pleasant Grove (2-4, 2-2) in Class 5A, Region 5 action Thursday. Deadlocked at 7-all at the half, Carlos Rogers

Wenonah 14 – Bessemer City 29

In the teams’ first meeting since 2007, Bessemer City earned a 29-15 victory over Wenonah. That’s two wins in a row for (4-2) Bessemer City, while Wenonah has lost (3-2) two of its last three games.  Complete article

Wenonah 14 – Briarwood Christian 15

Briarwood Christian made clutch plays to come back from a two-touchdown deficit and defeat Wenonah 15-14 Friday night in Class 5A, Region 5 play. With the win, the Lions (2-1) moved into a tie with Fairfield for the lead in the region at 2-0 ahead of next week’s meeting. The win on Friday night, though, seemed in

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

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

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

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