Since Christmas break, the Auburn High boys basketball team has been hard at work and racking up an impressive run.
The Auburn High boys basketball team is 8-2 midway through the season as the Tigers continue to assert offensive dominance over their opponents.
Even though it has been a week since it happened, sports fans in this area are still discussing the crazy finish to the Class 7A football state championship game.
The Auburn High boys basketball team will try to keep its early-season momentum going after starting 4-1 on the back of several impressive offensive performances.
Auburn High will have to go through a familiar foe on Friday if the Tigers want to keep alive their hopes of securing for the program's first state football championship.
There is a chill in the air and in the state of Alabama that means that football season is at the beginning of the end and it is time for basketball to begin.
The second round of high school football playoffs will get underway Friday as teams from around the area are inching closer to Tuscaloosa in the hopes that they can bring home a championship.
Auburn High got another unexpected bye last week as Riverdale from Georgia forfeited the game, improving the Tigers’ record to 8-0 without having to step foot on the field.
The Auburn High Tigers may have taken more risks and the game may have been more heart-pounding than most would have liked, but there is no denying that the Tigers got their biggest win of the season by taking down the Central-Phenix City 29-28 last Friday night.
Auburn High had an expected bye week last Friday as Bob Jones forfeited the game due to Covid-related concerns. The forfeit moves the Tigers to 6-0 on the season. The week off has given the Tigers more time to prepare for 7-A Region 2 foe Central-Phenix City.
The Auburn High football team will look to extend its undefeated season after building on its win streak last Friday night when the Tigers cruised to a 43-13 win over the Dothan High Wolves. The win extended Auburn’s regular season win streak to 15.
Auburn High kept its undefeated hopes alive last Friday, rolling past Prattville in a shutout, 22-0, win over the Lions. The win extended Auburn’s series win streak to seven, with the Lions not having beaten Auburn since 2009.
After a week of recuperation, the Lee-Scott Warriors are ready to get back to playing football this Friday as they take on the rival Glenwood Gators.
With the prospect of high school football returning looking like a reality, at least for the near future, there is a lot of excitement over the return of the South’s beloved sport, and with that equally shared wariness over the safety and uncertainty that lies ahead.
When Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey first announced the Stay at Home health order in April, she told reporters, “If you’re eager for a fall football season coming up, what we’re doing today gives us a better chance of being able to do that.”
This week's Athlete of the Week is Auburn High's Noah Warren, a junior on the Tigers' basketball team. Warren plays multiple positions, including point guard, shooting guard and small forward.
This week's Athlete of the Week is Auburn High's Harper McGowan, a senior on the Tigers' track and field team. Harper plans to continue running track at Samford University after she graduates.
The Auburn High boys basketball team will try to get the new year, and new decade, off on the right foot when they travel just down the road to take on rival Opelika on Friday.
With plenty of inexperience and players from the football team just added to the mix, the Auburn High basketball team will spend the next few weeks working to forge an identity before region play begins in January.
The Auburn High defense has pitched two shutouts in the first two rounds of the playoffs in a 33-0 win over Murphy and last week's 26-0 blanking of McGill-Toolen.
The Auburn High football team will try to keep its state title hopes alive when they travel south Friday to face McGill-Toolen in the second round of the 7A AHSAA Playoffs.
The Auburn High football team will try to take its first step toward a state championship Friday when the Tigers host Murphy in the first round of the 7A football playoffs at 7 p.m.
The Auburn High football team will try to carry the momentum forward from its 44-0 shutdown of Enterprise last week when the Tigers host regional foe Lee on Friday.
During the 2019 football season, The Villager will run comments from a focus group on results of the previous Auburn University game and a prognostication for the upcoming game. We’ve collectively labeled the group, Panel of Wanna-Be Experts, or POWE! for short.