The Cleveland Panthers opened their season with a big victory over Locust Fork, 41-7. The Panthers took a huge lead in the first quarter, scoring 28 unanswered points. During the second quarter, Locust Fork put their only points on the board with a 49 yard fumble return for a touchdown. Cleveland tacked on an additional 13 points with rushing touchdowns […]
Coaches are invited to email scores and upcoming events to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 625-3231. AppalachianVarsity Football8/31 @ Coosa Christian L 45-229/7 @ Talladega County Central, 7 p.m.Junior High Volleyball8/28 v Locust Fork, W 2-1; J.B. Pennington, W 2-08/30 v Cleveland, L 0-2; Locust Fork, W 2-09/10 v Southeastern, 4 p.m.9/11 Tri-Match @ Cleveland w/Southeastern/Appalachian, 3 p.m.JV Volleyball8/28 v Locust Fork, […]
Southeastern demolished Brindlee Mountain 60-0 behind a dominant rushing performance and smothering defense. The Mustangs racked up 327 yards rushing on 38 attempts, more than 8.6 yards every time they ran the ball. Mason Golden had 103 yards on only seven carries and found the end zone twice. Jordan Graham also ran the ball seven times for 89 yards. Kevin […]
Oneonta quickly took a 28-0 lead. Hayden fought back, but the deficit ultimately proved too much to overcome and the Redskins held on for a 35-21 victory. Leading rusher, Collin Moon, had 68 yards on 11 carries. David Hall had 54 yards on 12 carries. Taveris Hill and Brody Pinyan both played quarterback. Hill ended the game four for five […]
In last week’s edition, The Blount Countian printed a list of annual winners of the Carey Lee Johns 110% Award. The name shown for the 1998 winner was incorrect. The winner of the 1998 Carey Lee Johns 110% Award was Gavin Eller, now deceased. The correct list is reprinted below.
The 227th edition of North America’s best Almanac invites readers to eat flowers, adopt a dog, wear seat belts, make sausage, and consider the (amusing) challenges of raising livestock. As sure as the sun rises and sets, The Old Farmer’s Almanac is back. Get ready: The 2019 Old Farmer’s Almanac is available everywhere—digitally and in print—on Sept. 10! A comforting […]
EVENTS CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH will have a yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 8, beginning at 7 a.m., on the grounds of the church located on County Road 36. ONEONTA FIRST INDEPENDENT CHURCH will celebrate Homecoming on Sunday, Sept. 9, with services at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m., followed by lunch and the Possum Pickers playing around 1:30 p.m. The […]
MARY FRANCIS SAVAGE BELL, 75, Oneonta, died Aug. 30, 2018. She was a retired nurse and an artist. The family will have a memorial service at a later date. Lemley Funeral Home and Crematory directing.
KENNETH WAYNE LANGLEY, 69, Oneonta, died Aug. 26, 2018. Predeceasing him were parents James Wiley and Beulah Tubbs Langley and brother Michael Langley. Surviving are wife of 45 years Marilyn Rayford Langley; children Rodney (Ericka) Langley, James (Melissa) Langley, John Langley; grandchildren Emily, Dalton, Nicole, Brianna; sisters Syble (David) Crenshaw, Beverly Kay Langley; brothers Larry (June) Langley, Charles Terry (Charlotte) […]