‘You’ve never seen it quite like this’


It is once again time to celebrate Oneonta and Blount County with the 34th annual Covered Bridge Arts and Music Festival this Saturday, Oct. 28. According to Aimee Wilson, Blount County-Oneonta Chamber of Commerce executive director, “You’ve never seen it quite like this. The Covered Bridge Arts and Music Festival will feed your appetite, your music hunger, and your taste […]

Everyone loves pancakes, right?

Who: Blount County Childrens Center stakeholders and YOU What: Best pancakes of the year When: Best time of year: Covered Bridge Festival morning, Oct. 28, 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Where: Best venue of the year: Lester Memorial United Methodist Church fellowship hall Why: Support Children’s Center, Oneonta Business Association Organization of the Year How: Eat all you can eat, […]

Cleveland upsets Tarrant


The Cleveland Panthers proved once again that solid defense and special teams can win as Gardner Gilliland’s team held explosive Tarrant to just 14 points and claimed a huge 21-14 win last Friday night. Tarrant got on the board first on a 26- yard touchdown pass and led 7-0 after one quarter. Cleveland answered in the second quarter as Andrew […]

Meek gets past Southeastern


For one half, the visiting Meek Tigers had all they could handle with Southeastern. Unfortunately, the bigger (and deeper) visitors took over in the second half and rolled to a 44-13 victory. The Southeastern defense did all it could do, especially in the first half as the Tigers struggled to get anything going against a Mustang front that bottled up […]

Tigers ground Eagles


The Appalachian Eagles found points and even yards hard to come by last Friday night as visiting Talladega County Central rolled to a 52-6 victory at James E. Carr Stadium. The Tigers pounded out more than 300 rushing yards while limiting the Eagles to just 184 total yards. The only Eagle score came on a touchdown pass from Jasper Hutchens […]

Region play – and the season for one – comes to an end

WEEK 9 PREVIEW

Well, here we are. It’s the end of the line for Appalachian football fans this year and what could be better than upsetting long-time rival Ragland at Joan Ford Stadium? The Eagles have a bye week next week so this is the final night of football for the Mountain. The playoff hopes are now done for Oneonta and Southeastern and […]

COUNTY LEADERS

Bulldogs pluck Eagles


The Susan Moore Bulldogs broke open a close game at the half by scoring 20 unanswered points over the final two quarters and cruised to a 55-21 victory over visiting Vinemont last Friday night. Susan Moore piled up 355 yards on offense and dominated time of possession, holding the ball for more than 28 minutes. The Bulldogs rolled up 282 […]

Hornets handle Hanceville


Locust Fork took awhile to get going but the homecoming crowd left happy in the end as the Hornets dominated the second half and rolled to a 48-24 victory over Hanceville. Hanceville led 6-0 after one quarter and the Hornet lead was just 14-12 at the half but the second half was all Locust Fork as the hosts outscored the […]

Saks rolls over Oneonta


The Saks Wildcats held Oneonta to negative rushing yards and cruised to a 30-0 victory over the visiting Redskins last Friday night. The Wildcats came into the game ranked No. 10 in Class 4A and that’s probably underselling how strong they really are. Oneonta battled the Wildcats and kept the home team within striking distance until a late score. Saks […]


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