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Gadsden City’s Mooney Brothers

From Friday Night Lights to College Game Day, the difference? Night and day? It’s the same game just on a bigger playing field, at a much larger fan based arena and a different day of the week. Well, that’s the only difference unless you are the twin of a twin that won’t be on the

TITANS WIN BARN-BURNER AGAINST ETOWAH

Scoreboard operators were busy at Gadsden City Softball Field on Thursday as the Gadsden City Titans and Etowah combined for 19 runs. The Titans eventually won the offensive battle 10-9 in eight innings. The teams banged out 17 hits between them, as well as six for extra bases. The teams traded runs for most of

TITAN SOFTBALL takes on ETOWAH today

Today, Thursday, Feb. 25th, the Gadsden City Titans take on the Blue Devils of Etowah in a home game at 4:30pm.  We know it’s a little “chilly” outside but EVERYONE wrap up and come on out to support the ladies!  There is lots of fun to be had and the girls love for everyone to

Special Olympics Basketball gets another win

The Titan Special Olympics basketball team played against Talladega on Tuesday and won the game 44 – 25.  Bryan Snow was the high scorer with 12 points and David Hodges and Keyshawn Taylor both scored 10 each.  It was a well played game by both teams.  Special Olympics basketball will play again Wednesday March 2 here at

TITANS DROP TO SPAIN PARK 70-61 IN REGIONAL FINALS

JACKSONVILLE – No. 4 Gadsden City fell to No. 6 Spain Park 70-61 Tuesday to end its season in the Class 7A Northeast Regional boys high school basketball final at Pete Mathews Coliseum. The Titans (24-8) led at the end of the first three quarters, but the Jaguars (23-9) outscored Gadsden City 20-10 in the

ALL ATHLETIC EVENTS CANCELLED FOR THIS AFTERNOON

ALL GADSDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC EVENTS ARE CANCELLED FOR THIS AFTERNOON DUE TO THE THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER. Please stay tuned to your local news or weather for your safety and precautions. GO TITANS!

A TITAN STORM IS IN THE FORECAST FOR TODAY

THE GADSDEN CITY TITANS ARE READY TO STORM PETE MATTHEWS COLISEUM TODAY IN HOPES OF A HUGE VICTORY OVER SPAIN PARK!  With the talents that the Titans have on the floor you would think it would be a sure win.  However, when you are matched up with equally as much talent with the other team,

TITANS READY TO STORM JSU ONE MORE TIME

CALLING ALL TITAN FANS TO COME SUPPORT THE TEAM AT THE REGIONAL FINALS! The Gadsden City Titans have been focusing and practicing hard and are ready for the next stop in their journey towards the dance. Second stop being JSU and taking on the Jaguars of Spain Park, February 23rd at 10:45am at Pete Mathews Coliseum. Coach Huff

Jelks, Mooney, & Carter named All-County; 4 Titans get honorable mentions

In their respective swan songs, West End’s Hunter Grant and Glencoe’s Pace Ozmint saved their best for last. The Patriots’ Grant helped lead his team from a 2-8 record in 2014 to a 6-4 mark in 2015, a turnaround in coach Kyle Davis’ second season that nearly led to a playoff mark. The Yellow Jackets’