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All Teams Schedule: Week of August 17 – August 23

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Muscle Shoals High School, August 17 – August 23 MONDAY August 17, 2015 No events happening TUESDAY August 18, 2015 No events happening WEDNESDAY August 19, 2015 No events happening THURSDAY August 20, 2015 No events happening FRIDAY August 21, 2015 7:00 PM Boys Varsity Football vs.

TimesDaily: Preview of Muscle Shoals Trojans

By John McWilliams, TimesDaily Sports Writer Scott Basden was running out of options last season as injuries continued to mount in the backfield. His run-heavy offense was low on healthy backs and was forced to move players from defense midway through the season to fill the void. Despite the injury setback, the Trojans managed eight

Muscle Shoals FB to open against Memphis East

Muscle Shoals will face a bit of mystery Friday night at James F. Moore Stadium when the Trojans open their 2015 season against Memphis East. The Mighty Mustangs are coming off a 7-4 season and are again expected to contend for a playoff spot in Tennessee. The game will kickoff at 7 p.m. The game

ASWA Preseason prep football poll

Class 7A 1. Hoover (30) (12-2) 369 2. Central-Phenix City (1) (10-2) 282 3. Prattville (11-3) 221 4. Baker (9-2) 182 5. Oak Mountain (10-2) 161 6. Bob Jones (8-3) 152 7. Foley (9-4) 116 8. Gadsden City (10-3) 106 9. Murphy (7-4) 56 10. James Clemens (7-4) 49 Others receiving votes: Spain Park (6-4)

Lady Trojans 7th in preseason volleyball poll

Muscle Shoals will open the 2015 season with a new coach and a No. 7 ranking. The Lady Trojans, who will be coached by Maggie Finley this season, are ranked seventh in Class 6A in AL.com’s preseason poll. Finley replaces longtime Muscle Shoals coach Brenda Mayes, who took a college coaching job in Mississippi in

Trojan Day kicks off 2015 season

Every football player and cheerleader in Muscle Shoals age 7 and up will take centerstage at Trojan Day 2015 on Friday at James F. Moore Stadium. The day will culminate in a 60-play varsity scrimmage with game officials at 7:20 p.m. Varsity players and cheerleaders will also be introduced following the live scrimmage as the

JV Cheer has nine All-Americans

The Muscle Shoals High School junior varsity cheer team recently had nine members honored by the UCA with all-american awards following a camp in Auburn this summer. Gracie Bain, Chloe Crittenden, Mallory Hollaway, Lauren Horton, Valerie Hutcheson, Kathleen Isbell, Bailee Mills, Malorie Smith and Bridgette Vickers were honored by the cheerleading association. The junior varsity

Varsity cheer nets seven all-americans

Seven members of the Muscle Shoals High School varsity cheer team earned all-american honors at a UCA camp this summer in Auburn. Co-Captains Kayla Craft, Hanna Goff, Taylor Golden and Jaelin Hawkins came home with UCA All-American honors, along with Bailey Goodwin and Deja Jackson. Trojan mascot Bryant Letsinger earned All-American status for the second

TSN radio crew returns for 2015 season

The Trojan Sports Network radio team led by play-by-play announcer Alan Willingham and color commentator Casey Hagle returns for the Muscle Shoals Trojans’ 2015 season. Willingham and Hagle will be joined by sideline reporter Clint Reck, statistician Danny McWilliams and producer Tony Word to bring another exciting season of Trojans football on WBTG 106.3 FM.

Trojans lead North to all-star win

MONTGOMERY — The North All-Stars captured the 56th AHSAA All-Star Football Game at Cramton Bowl Friday night with a 14-13 victory over the South. The South now holds a 30-24-2 edge in the series that dates back to 1948. Two first-quarter goal-line stands by the North defense limited the South to just two field goals