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Basketball rankings from the Alabama Sports Writers Association released Wednesday evening with numerous programs making moves along the girls and boys lines.

In this year’s first meeting on the hardwood between Reeltown and Tallassee, the Rebels had a lead for all of 24 seconds before Jamicah Humphery showed up and helped put away the visitors early on. Humphery made three 3-points and scored 11 points in the game’s first two minutes to build a d…

Midway through the first quarter of Thursday night’s rivalry game between Tallassee and Reeltown, Jy McKinnon knocked down a 3-pointer to score her first points of the game, giving the Tigers a two-point lead. The Rebels never got back in front as McKinnon scored a career-high 32 points to h…

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 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.

Reeltown’s run game has been driving force for the Rebels under coach Matt Johnson and it catapulted the Rebels to a 34-13 victory over region foe Goshen.

Thursday’s 27-21 overtime win over Tallassee is one the Reeltown program will remember for years to come, but the Rebels aren’t letting the win distract them from having success in Week 1.

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The final Tallassee pass attempt was just overthrown into the corner of the end zone as the ball hit the grass, the Reeltown sideline erupted. The incomplete pass was the final step to Reeltown’s comeback as the Rebels completed their 27-21 overtime victory at Tallassee on Thursday in the ri…

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Fans enjoyed the renewal of the Reeltown-Tallassee rivalry at J.E. 'Hot' O'Brien Stadium in Tallassee on Thursday. Fans saw a nail-biter where the Rebels won in overtime 27-21 while some wore masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Stay tuned tonight to tallasseetribune.com where a full gam…

After months of hype surrounding the return of the Tallassee-Reeltown football rivalry, the two teams are finally ready to hit the field Thursday night for the actual competition. Preparation has not been the same as it was in past years but time for the season opener has arrived and the coa…

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The Alabama Sports Writers Association released its preseason poll this week, less than three weeks before the first games of the season. Five reigning state champions were ranked first in their respective classifications while several local schools saw their names on more than a few ballots.

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For the first time in 20 years, Tallassee and Reeltown are set to renew their rivalry on the football field. The two teams are slated to meet Aug. 20 at J.E. ‘Hot’ O’Brien Stadium and even though the game is still on as scheduled, there will be some major changes due to the threat of COVID-19.

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Alabama High School Athletics Association Executive Director Steve Savarese was once again behind the podium Thursday afternoon to give an update on the governing body's latest decision to keep high school sports season on schedule with less than a month to go before the first contests.

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When Reeltown first started a bass fishing team, Cade Wood immediately knew he wanted to be a member. That was more than six years ago, and now he’s the first member of the Rebels fishing squad to ink a scholarship to fish at the next level.

After the 2020 baseball and softball seasons were cut short, the Alabama Sports Writers Association decided not to vote on any all-state teams this year. In an effort to fill that void, AL.com presented its first ever “Terrific 20” list for both sports to recognize the top 20 players in each…

William Bell has his name in the Reeltown history books. He was an all-state running back for the Rebels in 1984 and helped lead the team to a region title and its first appearance in a state championship game.

The sports world may look a little different but things seem to be starting to return to as normal as possible. Alabama state superintendent Dr. Eric Mackey announced Thursday schools could reopen beginning June 1, and the AHSAA followed suit.