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Both teams relied heavily on defense Friday night, which didn’t create a fashionable win for St. James, but it certainly was effective in an 11-point victory at Montgomery Academy.

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CECIL -- A 29-point first quarter by Macon East Academy took care of Lakeside in Tuesday’s area matchup as the Knights substituted freely and cruised to their third consecutive win in the Macon East gym.

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Wins have been rare for LAMP and its first-year coach Robb McGaughey this season, so McGaughey was pleased to see his team pull out a last-minute win, 48-46, at home against Alabama Christian Academy on Friday night.

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There was a little over three minutes remaining in the third quarter of Tuesday’s Area 6 matchup between Montgomery Academy and Catholic when Catholic coach Mike Curry pulled all of his starters off the floor.

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Trinity coach Blake Smith has been preaching mental and physical toughness to his Wildcats and he saw it pay off on Friday as Trinity won its area opener with Montgomery Academy 53-40 at Captain Jack Court.

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For the longest time, Prattville Christian Academy and Catholic were locked in a 31-31 tie in the third quarter. Both teams were struggling to find any offensive spark that could turn the 3A Area 6 game in their favor.

Last year, COVID restrictions changed the Julian McPhillips Invitational, converting the popular local wrestling meet into more of a dual meet between teams. This year, the 15-team event will revert to its focus on individuals, giving the participants more of a gauge among individual weight …

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Prattville Christian Academy girls' basketball coach Jason Roberson often refers to his post players as his “Twin Towers.” The dual threat of 6-foot juniors CoCo Thomas and Hannah Jones in the paint creates a tough obstacle for any 3A team that makes the Panthers a more dangerous team than t…

After Trinity’s pressure defense took Catholic out early of Monday’s semifinal matchup in the Jack Schweers Capital City Conference Tournament, Catholic coach Jill Clark said her inexperienced lineup could handle the 66-26 loss in one of two ways.