The Lee-Scott Academy Warriors finished their season last week, dropping their round-one playoff game to Bessemer.
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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 Lee-Scott Academy Warriors fell to Pike Liberal Arts last Friday 56-0 in a tough game all around. The Warriors were not able to stop the offensive juggernaut Pike Liberal Arts brought to the game and all offensive attempts were stymied.
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.
In early May, Lee-Scott Academy announced that it had found its new head football coach in Buster Daniel. Daniel will be taking the reins after former head coach Robert Johnson left for the same position at his alma mater, Montgomery Academy.
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.”
After the program’s first winless season since 1985 and the retirement of longtime head coach Robert Maddox, Lee Scott football was in desperate need of a fresh start.
After long-time head coach Robert Maddox retired last November after 13 years at the helm, the Lee-Scott Academy football program searched for a replacement. The Warriors went 0-11 in their 2018 campaign and were in desperate need of a fresh start. Maddox’s successor came from a familiar fac…
Chambers Academy throttled the Lee-Scott football team 41-0 in the season-opener, but that wasn't totally unexpected with a veteran Rebels team going up against an unexperienced Warriors squad.
The Auburn High football team will work to take another step forward on both sides of the ball when it travels to face a struggling Smiths Station team on Friday.