Wetumpka played Calera as close as they could Friday night on the road but came just short of knocking off the Eagles in wild-last minute fashion.
Wetumpka captured its fifth consecutive area title in straight sets behind a 14-kill night from Khloe Harris and a key fill in at libero from eighth grader Ashlynn Turner.
Stanhope's defense kept it within striking distance against Calera most of the night, but the Eagles eventually widened the game's margin and captured a 20-3 win.
After a much-needed open date interrupted a two-game losing streak for Edgewood Academy, head coach Chad Michael is ready to see his team get back on the field.
When the Stanhope Elmore football team gets back to division play this week, the Mustangs will face a high-leveled challenge that they haven’t seen yet this year.
The Edgewood Academy volleyball team celebrated Senior Night in style as the Lady Wildcats cruised to a 3-0 sweep over Autauga Academy on Tuesday night.
Greenville’s hopes of a perfect record were disrupted by Wetumpka on Friday night, who came into the game “hungry” for a win after the game was also set as Greenville’s homecoming.
All hope seemed lost for Stanhope as the Eufaula Tigers picked off the ball, up by a field goal with two minutes remaining in the game.
Holtville’s special teams made plays early and often, and the Bulldogs’ defense held on late for their fourth consecutive win on Friday night.