Reeltown proved it had no quit with its 22-0 win over Holtville on Friday night.
Points were at a premium Friday night at the 55th meeting between Dadeville and Reeltown with the Tigers ultimately coming away with a 7-6 win over the Rebels.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association Central Board of Control approved approved Fall Sports Championship changes at its annual fall meeting Thursday. The action was taken at its annual summer meeting in Montgomery.
If everything goes as planned, Reeltown coach Matt Johnson likes the odds for this week’s matchup.
The Rebels are licking their wounds from Friday’s loss to St. James and looking to get things rolling again in the right direction this week when they take on Childerburg.
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Alabama High School Athletic Association member schools may reopen June 1, in accordance with Alabama State Department of Education superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey’s directive announced Thursday.
As everyone continues to await final decisions from the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Alabama State Department of Education on when schools can return to campus, the AHSAA has released an update set of guidelines for athletic programs to use this summer. Football coaches have b…
The entire AHSAA staff has been hard at work coming up with contingency plans for what high school sports will look like in Alabama moving forward in wake of the coronavirus pandemic. While there is still a bit of waiting game, officials are getting closer to making some set plans.
With the close of another turkey season, Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association announced Jake Hornsby, 14, of Reeltown, was the winner of the Big Gobbler Photo Contest for 2020.
We often talk a lot about student-athletes needing to be careful about what they post on social media. It’s important for not only their recruiting journeys but also how they are seen by their coaches and communities. There’s no hiding on social media and student-athletes can assume everythi…
Just like the saying, “You can’t always judge a book by its cover,” you also can’t always judge a player by her stats alone.
Sometimes Reeltown’s girls basketball team won by 30 points. Other times, it had to eke out a narrow victory in hard-fought endings. And still other times, the Rebels had to claw back from huge deficits to earn comeback wins.
Just like when a player gets selected for a big all-star game, if a coach is asked to be part of the coaching staff, it provides an ample amount of opportunity.
Caleb is once again joined by co-host Lizi to discuss the possible long-term effects on high school sports as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
One of the biggest goals of the AHSAA has always been to grow high school sports throughout the state. And with every seemingly tough decision usually comes a silver lining.
A long bus ride to Mobile Christian was more than worth it for Reeltown’s baseball team, which escaped Friday’s game with a 6-3 victory over the Leopards for its first win of the young season.
Caleb and Lizi are back on the microphones with the start of Season 2! They talk about some of their best moments of the baseball season plus debate who was the best team on the court. The co-hosts also talk about a solution for the AHSAA's postseason format before diving into a spirited dis…
As Reeltown’s softball team continues to try to develop a standout pitcher, it’s going to have to have another onslaught of offense. But that should be no problem for the Rebels who batted nearly .400 as a team last year and returns nearly all their heavy hitters.
Elmore County’s lineup was in midseason form as it rocked Reeltown for the Rebels’ season-opening tripleheader along with Alabama Christian.
After graduating only two starters from last year’s squad, Reeltown’s baseball team is ready to once again be competitive in Class 2A Area 7. But the Rebels don’t want to just be competitive this year; they want to win it.
It’s been three years in the making for Reeltown and it seems like the third year is the charm for the Rebel wrestling program. Both Carson Baker and Labrian Ponds earned spots at the AHSAA Class 1A-5A Wrestling Championships, putting the Rebels into the state championships for the first time ever.