While the margin of victory was 34 points, the game was nowhere near that competitive as the home-standing Edgewood Wildcats had their way with Springwood. Edgewood picked up a decisive 42-8 victory despite a late fourth-quarter surge by the visitors.
Last week, I looked around the newly minted Martin-Savarese Stadium at the crowd at Benjamin Russell’s football game and I was severely disappointed.
It's a special episode of ITL this week as Caleb and Lizi are joined by The Daily Home's LaVonte Young to discuss the big games in Class 4A Region 4 this week (20:30).
Due to two teams dropping out of AISA-AA Region 1 prior to the season, Edgewood has already secured a spot in the postseason. However, with three region games still to be played, the Wildcats have their eyes on securing a home playoff game for the second consecutive season and that chase off…
After spending the last 42 years at Edgewood, Michael Norris does not find many things around the school to surprise him. But when he drove up to the team’s field house Thursday evening, there was a large group of Wildcat players, faculty and fans standing in the parking lot waiting for Norr…
Regular-season victories are a part of the norm around the Edgewood volleyball program. The Wildcats have not lost a regular season match since 2017 and they extended that streak to 33 matches Thursday with a straight-set victory over Lee-Scott.
Caleb and Lizi are back with a quick recap on the biggest moments of Week 1 (5:20) before moving on to this week's Game of the Week between Stanhope Elmore and Benjamin Russell (16:10).
The Edgewood volleyball team has lived up to the billing so far, improving to 9-0 by knocking off Glenwood and Autauga on the road last week. The Wildcats followed big performances from front-row hitters Sydney Brown and Sydney Johnson in both victories.
After earning back-to-back road wins to start the season, Edgewood is expecting quite a welcoming party this week as it hosts Lee-Scott for the first home football game of the year. The Wildcats have outscored their opponents by 55 points in just two games and the team believes returning to …
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It’s hard to believe the season is only a week away. I remember when I first put that football countdown on the top of the sports pages this season, there were nearly 80 days left. Now, we’re down to 8.
With only shorts and helmets allowed the first two days of AISA football practice, Edgewood uses that time to really evaluate where its players are at.
Although a lot of people think the preseason rankings should be taken with a grain of salt, there are certainly quite a few local teams to keep an eye out for, according to the Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason poll which was released Sunday night.
With the 2019 high school football season rapidly approaching, sports editor Lizi Arbogast and sports writer Caleb Turrentine join in for a series of 13 episodes to preview local teams. Each weekday leading up to the first game, a new episode will be released featuring interviews from coache…
Inside the Lines Podcast is releasing a series where co-hosts Caleb Turrentine and Lizi Arbogast are previewing each of our 11 local football teams. The first begins with Edgewood Academy.
The Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason high school football rankings with first-place votes, last year’s record and total poll points:
Inside the Lines Podcast is starting its football preview series with a breakdown of the Alabama Sports Writers Association preseason poll which released Sunday night.
OK, so if you have stepped outside at all recently, I could see why this headline could be a little misleading. But for me, the beginning of August has always marked the end of summer.
There were just two seniors on the 2018 roster for Edgewood and while their leadership might be tough to replace, the Wildcats are primed to take another step forward with the number of players returning to the field this season. After snapping a 20-game losing streak to start the season, Ed…
As the first week of fall practice approaches, the Edgewood football team got to work at its first 7-on-7 camps of the summer last week. The Wildcats grabbed two wins at Crenshaw on Monday before wrapping up the week with three more wins at a camp hosted by Macon-East.
Caleb Turrentine and Lizi Arbogast spent some time at the AHSAA North-South All-Star week in Montgomery and now they're breaking it down on this week's episode of Inside the Lines Podcast.
On the fourth episode of Inside the Lines Podcast, Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association (AHSADCA) director Jamie Lee came on to the show to discuss the first annual AHSAA Elite 100 showcase held in Hoover last week. Lee, who spent 16 years as a basketball head coach…
For the first time in school history, the Wetumpka football team has won back-to-back region titles. The Indians have combined two of the most successful seasons they have ever seen and they are not looking to slow down now.
Last season, the Edgewood football team surpassed every expectation and ended a 20-game losing streak in the opening week of the year. The Wildcats finished the season with eight wins and a trip to the AISA-AA semifinals but there is still some room for improvement.
The Alabama Sports Writers Association officially released its all-state teams for baseball and softball last week. There were 15 players from around Elmore County who made the cut with Holtville, Tallassee and Edgewood all having multiple players on the lists.
Despite being officially the new head baseball coach at Edgewood Academy for more than two weeks, it wasn’t until last Tuesday Justin Jones got some face time with his new players.