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JAMAHL JELKS RECEIVES ANOTHER HONOR

CONGRATS TO JAMAHL JELKS who has been named to the TV24 Pigskin All-Star Football Team. Congratulations Jamahl! #TitanStrong #63 Jamahl is a 6-3, 312 pound wall of offensive guard on the Titan Football team.  Jelks has had some outstanding plays this year and is getting several looks from some colleges.  Even with his size he can

TJ WORTHY PLAYS HIS LAST GAME AS A “CAJUN”

TJ along with his senior counter parts, have represented the Louisiana–Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns football program well.  Coach Mark Hudspeth says of the class, “he hopes to have a large crowd at Saturdays game to say good-bye to a GREAT group of seniors”.  This senior class has won 4 Bowl Championships and they are going to

LADY TITANS LOSE ROAD GAME TO HUFFMAN

Gadsden City lost to Huffman 47-42 on the road Tuesday night in girls high school basketball. Brooke Burns led the Titans (5-3) with 19 points and was one of two in double figures for Gadsden City, with Haley Troup scoring 12. Jayla Crawford’s 17 points paced Huffman. Gadsden City hosts Huntsville on Friday for the

GCHS 2010 LB HAS STANDOUT DAY WITH SO. MISS

From 3-9 to 9-3, Southern Miss Football Heading to the Ship Southern Miss will face Western Kentucky in the Conference USA Championship Game at 11 a.m. Saturday. The game will be played in Bowling Green, Ky. By Jeff HaegerPublished: December 1, 2015, 8:29 pm  December 1, 2015, 8:29 pm FOLLOW STORY ON THIS LINK.  http://whlt.com/2015/12/01/from-3-9-to-9-3-southern-miss-football-heading-to-the-ship/ Click

GADSDEN CITY VARSITY & JV BOYS COME UP SHORT, 9TH GRADE WINS

— Gadsden City fell to Huffman 73-69 Tuesday night in boys high school basketball. Kalin Johnson scored 18 points to lead the Titans (6-2). Deonte Jones scored 15 points and dished out four assists for the Titans. Jacob Hyde totaled 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds for Gadsden City. Shond Kidd-McKinney added 10 points. Gadsden

COMPETITION CHEER FALLS SHORT IN STATE COMPETITION

The AHSAA State Cheer Competition was held Saturday, Nov. 21 at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, AL. The AHSAA has been working with Universal Cheerleaders Association to conduct a non-biased, professionally-administered event for 19 years. The competition is open to any AHSAA member school.  Varsity squads competed in the following eight divisions: 1A, 2A,