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Despite being just an eighth-grader, Macey Stewart represented Tallassee extremely well at the AHSAA Class 1A-5A Swimming and Diving Championships in Auburn on Friday.

After a pair of dominating wins, Tallassee’s wrestling team couldn’t quite keep up its perfect streak at Thursday’s quad meet at Beauregard. The Tigers picked up wins over Brewbaker Tech, 54-24, and Russell County, 57-24, before narrowly falling to the host Hornets, 48-36.

The Tallassee and Elmore County basketball teams have already played against each other once this season and the rematches were unavoidable as the boys teams squared off in the Tallassee Lions Club 2019 Basketball Tournament championship while the girls teams met in the third-place game last…

Tallassee wrapped up last week’s Thanksgiving Duals tournament with a 43-42 victory over Elmore County as the Tigers finished with four team victories. After each team recorded seven pins in the match, Tallassee got the victory because of a tiebreaker. The deciding factor was which team scor…

As the Tallassee Lions Club 2019 Thanksgiving Basketball Tournament started winding down last week, it was clear the Tigers were going to walk away as champions but the only question remaining was who would take home the extra hardware as the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Tallassee pull…

Trailing by one with just over a minute to go in last Tuesday’s boys basketball game, Tallassee needed to find a way to score against a stout Auburn defense. The ball found its way into the hands of Sandarius Hughley, who drove the rim and released a floater but it was off the rim and Auburn…

Losing a host of talented seniors created an experience vacuum for the Tallassee wrestling team coming into this season. Tiger coach John Mask knew the talent was there but was uncertain what the on-mat product would look like. Thursday night he sat ringside and watched his squad pick up bac…

After scoring a total of just nine points in the first two games, Tallassee’s Lindan Oliver started letting the ball fly and she brought a spark of offense to the Tigers against Auburn last Tuesday. Oliver knocked down seven 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 25 points in a 74-33 defeat t…

Caleb Turrentine / The Tribune Tallassee senior Jordan Walters signed her Letter of Intent to play softball at Shelton State Community College in Tuscaloosa. She is joined by, front row left to right, sister Bethany Walters, mother Dana Walters, father Doug Walters; back row Tallassee coach …

For the first time in the history of the Tallassee cross country program, a runner finished a 5K race in under 16 minutes. Woodrow Dean saved his best performance for the final meet of the season as he beat his old personal record by nearly 30 seconds by crossing the finish line at the AHSAA…

The Tallassee boys basketball team remained undefeated after Tavarious Griffin knocked down two free throws with 29 seconds left to knock off Auburn 38-37 Tuesday night. After the Tigers went 8 for 19 from the stripe in the first three quarters, Griffin's pair was the only two Tallassee atte…

The Tallassee wrestling program is no stranger to success but the Tigers fell short of their goals last season and now the challenge gets even tougher after seeing seven of their top wrestlers graduate. Tallassee will have to replace four state qualifiers, including two state placers, among …

Tallassee officially kicked off its season on the hardwood Tuesday night against Elmore County but the Tigers have been building some excitement around the two programs since last season ended. Thursday, Tallassee hosted a Midday Madness event to show off some skills from both teams to stude…

Tallassee’s Woodrow Dean set a new personal record at Saturday’s Class 5A State Championship meet at Oakville Indian Mounds Park in Moulton. Dean finished the 5K race with a time of 15:51.85 to grab second place, falling less than two seconds behind Scottsboro’s Cooper Atkins.

As the end of fall sports season approaches, high school sports fans are turning their attention to the hardwood and there is plenty to be excited for in Tallassee. After back-to-back sub-regional appearances, the Tallassee’s boys basketball team is entering the 2019 season with high expecta…

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As the end of fall sports season approaches, high school sports fans are turning their attention to the hardwood and there is plenty to be excited for in Tallassee. After back-to-back sub-regional appearances, the Tallassee’s boys basketball team is entering the 2019 season with high expecta…

Despite coming into the football season with some doubts surrounding its offense, Tallassee found several bright spots throughout the year but ultimately fell short of its goal of returning to the postseason. The Tigers saw their fate decided after a loss to Charles Henderson in Week 8 but t…

Tallassee’s boys cross country team saw all seven of its runner qualify for this week’s state meet in Moulton after the Tigers had a strong showing at Thursday’s Class 5A Section 1 race in Mobile. Woodrow Dean won his third race of the season by easing past the competition and running the ra…

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It's time to wrap up the regular season as Caleb and Lizi quickly discuss the big coaching news out of Dadeville last week (5:48) before diving into the Game of the Week between Tallassee and Elmore County (9:00).

It's time to wrap up the regular season as Caleb and Lizi quickly discuss the big coaching news out of Dadeville last week (5:48) before diving into the Game of the Week between Tallassee and Elmore County (9:00). The co-hosts also take a deep dive into Benjamin Russell's senior night game a…

For the last three years, Tallassee has made easy work of its longest-running rival but Elmore County is hoping to see that streak end this season. The Panthers are traveling to Tallassee on Friday night to flip the script after losing the last three meetings by an average of 26.3 points.

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For the 49th consecutive season, Elmore County and Tallassee will meet on the gridiron as the two teams will take the field at J.E. “Hot” O’Brien Stadium on Friday night. With as much history and tradition both programs have, it is rare to find a game in the series with as little on the line…

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With the playoffs out of the picture, Tallassee needed to find some extra inspiration as the Tigers searched for their first win over Beauregard since 2010. After falling behind 14-13 at halftime, Tallassee made some small tweaks to its offense and put the ball in the hands of Tavarious “Tru…

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What happens when two physical high school football teams with nothing to lose are pitted against each other on a Friday night in late October? The fans get their money’s worth as the hometown Tallassee withstood the sting of the Beauregard Hornets en route to a 35-28 win in Class 5A Region …

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For the second consecutive season, Tallassee had its postseason fate in its hands with two region games remaining but a loss to Charles Henderson ended that. Pair that with Rehobeth’s win over Valley last week and that means Tallassee will be missing the playoffs for the second consecutive s…

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After knocking off St. James in the regular season, Tallassee knew it was going to have a better chance at getting to the Class 5A Area 4 championship match to extend its season. However, the Trojans shook off a slow start to defeat the Tigers 17-25, 29-27, 25-13, 25-19, Monday night, ending…

The Montgomery Quarterback Club has announced its Players of the Week for Oct. 11. Tallassee’s Tavarious Griffin is the Public School Player of the Week and Trinity’s Tate Holley is the Private School Player of the Week. Both players were honored at the Club’s meeting on Tuesday. Tom Luginbi…

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Charles Henderson quarterback Pooka Jones threw for three touchdown passes and ran for another while the defense pitched a shutout in a 27-0 Class 5A, Region 2 bout with Tallassee Friday night. 

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Up by three scores with just four minutes left to play, it looked like the Elmore County Panthers had sealed a homecoming victory and a high point to a disappointing football season. But Dallas County wasn’t willing to let the Gatorade bath flow so easily in the non-region game. 

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With just two weeks to go in region play, Tallassee is looking to become the fifth team with three wins in Class 5A Region 2. The Tigers took a much-needed step in the direction of securing a playoff spot but with the rest of the results in the region, there is still more work to be done.

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The final volleyball matches of the regular season are being played this week and while some teams are still on the court, many teams have already turned their focus to postseason. Several schools have already punched their tickets to the super regionals by earning a bye to their area champi…

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The Tallassee football team turned back the clock and welcomed back the Class of 2000 for a larger than life homecoming victory over Class 5A Region 2 foe Rehobeth, 21-6, on Friday night.

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While no win is guaranteed on the football field, every team tries to find a game on its schedule with a high percentage of a victory to plan for a homecoming night. Usually picking a team that was winless the prior season is a good bet but in Tallassee’s case, its opponent has made a drasti…

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After having Tallassee’s number all season, Stanhope Elmore looked to finish off a regular season sweep of the Tigers during Monday’s non-area volleyball matchup. The Mustangs appeared to be on their way to another victory when they erased a four-point Tallassee lead in the first set but the…