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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’

Jaggears gets a top 6 finish at State

Samuel Jaggear’s finished in the top 6 in the class 7A state championship this weekend in Huntsville.  His record for the day was 1 win 2 losses.  GCHS would like to congratulate Samuel on a spectacular season and a very strong finish!  We are certain you will get the title soon.  #TitanStrong

All Teams Schedule: Week of February 22 – February 28

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Gadsden City High School, February 22 – February 28 MONDAY February 22, 2016 4:00 PM Girls Varsity Tennis vs. Bob Jones SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Westbrook Christian School SCHEDULE 6:30 PM Boys Junior Varsity Soccer @ Oxford High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY February 23,

Titan Baseball splits Saturday’s games

Gadsden City split a pair of high school baseball games Saturday. The Titans (1-4) lost to Scottsboro 4-1. Holden Rowe allowed just one earned run and five hits while striking out four in the complete-game defeat. Ahmad DeRamus , Austin Correll and Hudson James each had a hit. In the nightcap, Gadsden City topped Guntersville

RESPECT AND CLASS…. NO OTHER WORDS NEEDED

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this one says a mouth full. Coaches, athletes, and parents must always treat the players, referees, opposing players and their fans with respect, courtesy, and consideration. This means avoiding and preventing put-downs, name calling, trash-talking, insults, or other verbal or non-verbal conduct. It also means never

Two Former Titans Lead the ACCC   

  Brandon Matthews and Sloan Tyler are currently battling for the top hitter in the state in the ACCC (Alabama Community College Conference). The ACCC is collegiate athletic conference and is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and Region XXII. The ACCC is comprised of 17 baseball teams. Overall, Brandon and

TITAN BASEBALL fell short Thursday in double-header

The Gadsden City Titans can’t capture shootout, lose 12-8 to Scottsboro The Gadsden City Titans Varsity fell 12-8 to Scottsboro in seven innings on Thursday despite racking up five hits and eight runs. David Minton led the Gadsden City Titans Varsity’s offensive threat, as he got on base three times in the game. He scored two

TITAN BASEBALL LOSES FIRST GAME AT HOME

Despite hit advantage, the Gadsden City Titans Varsity drop 5-2 game to Scottsboro The Gadsden City Titans Varsity lost 5-2 in seven innings on Thursday, despite outhitting Scottsboro eight to six. Nick Warsham had a hot bat for the Gadsden City Titans Varsity. Warsham went 3-4 and scored one run. He singled in the second, fourth, and fifth