Gadsden City Boys Junior Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 3 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Announcing the Dre Kirkpatrick Football Camp

The Annual Dre Kirkpatrick “FREE” Football Camp is set for Saturday, May 18th at Titan Stadium.  The camp will run from 9am- 12noon on that day and checkin will begin at 7:30am.  This camp is for age groups 1st grade – 12th grade.  You must click on the link to register.  Only 300 spots available. Annual

MANDATORY Football Parent and Player Family Night

“Football Parent & Player Family Night” Mandatory meeting on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:00pm in the GCHS Auditorium for all upcoming 9th graders and current 9-11th grades.  This meeting will be filled with a lot of information about spring football and the future of the Gadsden City Football Program.  (Every player* must have at least one parent, a guardian, or someone as a representative for

TITAN SPRING JAMBOREE GAME vs. HEWITT TRUSSVILLE…BE THERE!

OUR SPRING JAMBOREE GAME IS TONIGHT, MAY 11, 2018, vs. HEWITT TRUSSVILLE,  AT TITAN STADIUM AT 6PM.  There will be a plethora of talented athletes (including some major college commitments) on this field between the 2 schools which surely will make for a great game.  Come on out and bring a friend.  Tickets will be $5 at

There’s a shake up in high school sports classifications

Two area schools will step up in classification and another will drop a notch in the fall of 2018, according to the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s 2018-2020 reclassifications released Thursday. Sardis steps up to Class 5A, where in football it will be in Region 6 along with Alexandria, Boaz, Crosville, Douglas, Etowah and Southside.

Former Titan Darnell Mooney slices up SMU’s defense

  College Football Mooney slices up SMU’s defense for a Tulane TD Green Wave QB Jonathan Banks hits wide-open WR Darnell Mooney for a 52-yard touchdown in the first quarter.  Click this link to watch. http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=21554688&t=00m01s Mooney and his “wave” teammates lost a heartbreaker Saturday to SMU, 41-38, in the worst-possible fashion, on a last-second