The Tallassee wrestling team opened its season with a dominant performance in the Jamie Blakely Duals Tournament last Tuesday.
The Tallassee football team may be hitting the road for its first round playoff game this week, but head coach Mike Battles believes his Tigers are hitting their peak at the right time.
TALLASSEE — Head coach Mike Battles kept his Tallassee football team fighting until the clock stopped on Friday night, and it paid off as Tallassee walked away with a win at J.E. ‘Hot’ O’Brien Stadium.
The Elmore County football team is still looking for its first win of the season, and it will have to overcome quite the challenge to get it this week.
Tallassee proved in its season-opening win over Reeltown that Jalyn Daniels is as dangerous as advertised, but now the Tigers’ offense has another threat in the backfield.
Tallassee runner Woodrow Dean knew he wanted to be a professional runner when he was in the seventh grade, and the rising senior isn’t letting injuries stop him from pursuing his goal.
Girls ages 4 to 13 from across Elmore County will have an opportunity to learn from some of the area’s best dance majorettes and cheerleaders at the end of this month.
In their first season of existence, the Tallassee Anglers closed 2021 in one of the best ways imaginable for a fishing team.
Accolades continue to pile in for the Elmore County area’s premier softball players, as 10 softball stars from the area collected All-State honors from the ASWA.
Alongside her incredible offensive numbers, blazing speed and dependable defense in center field, Chloe Baynes' ability to deliver in the clutch is what made her The Tribune’s choice for Elmore County Softball Player of the Year.
Torran Smith isn’t just a coach with the Reeltown softball program, he’s also the clock keeper, a football coach, a man and an alumnus of the very school he came back to coach at.
There has always been a nagging question that continually finds its way into my mind and in some respects the minds of those who’ve taken the time out to be on the fields in the sun, rain, snow and sleet.
A season comes down to a couple of games in softball and for the Tallassee Tigers, their season came to a close Tuesday afternoon in Choccolocco during the State Softball tournament.
Giving up two runs late in the going against Ardmore ultimately doomed Tallassee after a tight contest to open the State Classic Tournament at Choccoloco Park in Oxford Tuesday.
Chloe Baynes, Belle Haynes and Lexi Love headline an effective Tallassee batting order going into the state tournament Tuesday.
Call it fate, call it miraculous, call it what you will, but somehow Chloe Baynes stood at the plate with two outs and the bases loaded for Tallassee in the bottom of the seventh inning with the Tigers trailing 4-3.
Both Tallassee and Demopolis’ fans hurled cheers toward the field, the latter using a megaphone to amplify the noise, as Alexis Walls squared up to deliver a 2-2 pitch.
The AHSAA Tuscaloosa regional softball tournament got underway Wednesday, and three Elmore County area teams, two in Class 5A and one in Class 6A took the field to battle for a state tournament spot.
After trailing 6-4 entering the bottom of the sixth inning in the first round of its area tournament game Thursday, Tallassee used a four-run sixth to catapult itself to an 8-6 victory over Beauregard.
With the Class 5A and 6A state championship track meets being run Thursday through Saturday, the track and field athletes of the Elmore County area saw their season come to an end.