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Four former Trojans may be headed to bowls

MUSCLE SHOALS – Middle Tennessee State’s 41-10 victory over Old Dominion Saturday means four former Muscle Shoals Trojan football players could be participating in bowl games this season. Caleb Felton and his Blue Raider teammates have been mentioned in several national media outlets as going to the AutoNation Cure Bowl in Orlando. Middle Tennessee finished the

Image gallery from win over Gardendale

Images from Muscle Shoals’ thrilling 23-20 victory over Gardendale Friday night in the first round of the AHSAA Class 6A state playoffs can be viewed at http://www.rivercatphoto.com/f716583676

Rios field goal sends Trojans to second round

MUSCLE SHOALS – Andres Rios missed badly on a first quarter extra point Friday night in Muscle Shoals’ first round playoff matchup with Gardendale. He was perfect when it counted the most, however, nailing a 25-yard field goal with one second remaining to send the Trojans to a 23-20 victory over the Rockets in a

MSHS Football playoff tickets on sale today

Tickets for Muscle Shoals’ Class 6A first round playoff game with Gardendale are on sale today in the MSHS office. The office will be closed Friday in observance of Veterans Day. The Trojans will host the Rockets at 7 p.m. Friday at James F. Moore Stadium. Tickets for the game will be $8.

Complete 2017 AHSAA playoff first round pairings

AHSAA 2017 Football Playoffs First-round Pairings (All games Nov. 10 unless otherwise noted) CLASS 1A Millry (5-5) at  Isabella (9-1) Pleasant Home (5-5) at  Wadley (9-0) Highland Home (7-3) at  Marengo (7-3), Dixons Mills, Thursday, Nov. 9 Winterboro (5-5) at  Georgiana (10-0) Houston County (8-2) at  Talladega County Central (6-3) Linden (7-3) at  Maplesville (9-0) Ragland

Trojans rally to win Gladiator Bowl

TUSCUMBIA – Muscle Shoals overcame the absence of senior running back Carlos Davis and an early two-touchdown deficit to hand Deshler a 27-14 loss Thursday night at Howard Chappell Stadium in the Gladiator Bowl. Sophomore Keevon Hankins rushed for one touchdown and added another long run that set up another score to lead the Trojans

Gates opening early for Homecoming game

The gates at James F. Moore Stadium will open at 5 p.m. Friday night, 30 minutes earlier than usual, to accomodate homecoming festivities before Muscle Shoals host Decatur in a Class 6A, Region 8 matchup. There will be a Homecoming Alumni Tailgate party honoring the graduating classes of 1968, 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008 by

Trojan football back in ASWA prep poll

ALABAMA SPORTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL POLL Week 8 – Oct. 18, 2017 (First-place votes and current record in parentheses) Class 7A 1. Central-Phenix City (24) (7-0) 340 2. Hoover (4) (6-1) 276 3. Thompson (1) (7-0) 246 4. Hewitt-Trussville (1) (7-0) 210 5. McGill-Toolen (7-0) 186 6. Auburn (6-1) 149 7. Fairhope (6-1)