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Falcons unveil new, redesigned uniforms for first time in 17 years

April 8, 2020 — The Atlanta Falcons announced on Wednesday they will usher in the 2020 season with new uniforms as part of a comprehensive redesign for the first time in 17 years. The entire new array of uniform options includes elements of the Falcons’ past while updating the brand to match the modern progression of Atlanta. The new official Falcons…

Calhoun’s Davison wins Mr. Basketball in Alabama

Fresh off of being named the Gatorade Player of the year a week ago, Calhoun’s J.D. Davison has now been given the title of Mr. Basketball. The 6-foot-3, junior averaged 30.4 points and 12 rebounds per game en route to a Class 2A championship that saw Davison finish with 34 points and 10 rebounds against Barbour County. Davison topped off…

Local Church Wraps Up Inaugural Summer Camp

Montgomery’s Aldersgate United Methodist Church ended its week-long summer camp on Friday. The church partnered with Winshape Camps, a summer camp program created by the founders of Chic Fil A owners Truett and Jeanette Cathy, for its inaugural year of bringing the community together with games, Bible lessons, and sports. Kids and teenagers in first through ninth grade were invited….

Jay Jacobs Steps Down as Auburn Athletic Director

Longtime Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs says he will step down by June 2018. Jacobs announced Friday in a letter to Auburn fans that he informed President Steven Leath of his decision earlier this week. He says he will leave earlier if Auburn hires a replacement. Jacobs, a former Auburn football walk-on, took over the athletic department at his alma…

Fans pleased with Auburn’s first SEC win

The latest SEC match up for the Auburn Tigers was against LSU at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Fans who came out to the game might have been a little disappointed with the first half performance, but the end of the game left them happy. Auburn defense held up for most of the game, but the offense was a little lacking for some fans….

Greenville Athletic Trainer gets much needed help on the field

Peavy wraps a patient’s ankle. The athletic trainer for Greenville Sports is finally getting some much needed help. Jason Peavy has been handling every cut, bruise, sprain, and everything in between for the past 15 years on the Greenville sidelines. “I’d be down there evaluating an ankle, and then I hear, ‘hey Peavy Peavy, somebody’s down on the field!’ So then…

Greenville Tigers Ready for Football Season

The Greenville Tigers are kicking off the football season with a Jamboree Game against Stanhope Elmore High School Thursday night. The game will have three quarters of play by the Varsity teams, then the second string and Junior Varsity team will take over in the fourth quarter. It’s a game that will give everyone a chance to play and both…