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Former Trojan star Fell adds honors

Former Muscle Shoals standout Levi Fell was recently named to the Don Hansen Division II All-American team as a defensive back while leading the University of North Alabama to the NCAA Division II national championship game. Fell, a defensive back, finished his career at UNA with 128 total tackles, nine interceptions and 20 pass breakups.

Copeland honored at Navy football banquet

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Naval Academy football banquet was held Friday evening at Alumni Hall where several prestigious awards were handed out. Navy finished the 2016 campaign with 9-5 record, won the AAC West Division title, qualified for a bowl game for the 13th time in the last 14 years and the senior class became

Trojans put 11 on TimesDaily’s all-area team

Muscle Shoals football was well represented on the 2016 TimesDaily’s 4A-7A all-area team released this week. The Trojans had 11 players named to the team, with seven first-team selections including running back Carlos Davis, offensive lineman Peyton Balentine, defensive lineman Hunter Richardson, linebacker Hunter Oltmer, defensive backs Jordyn Peters and Carson Ware, and punter Braden

Galowitch named to AL.com’s Super All-State team

Muscle Shoals senior punter Braden Galowitch was named to the 2016 AL.com’s Super All-State team Monday after a stellar senior season for the Trojans. http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2016/12/alcom_2016_super_all-state_foo.html#40

Galowitch, Peters head ASWA all-state team

Muscle Shoals had four players named to the Alabama Sports Writers Association’s 2016 All-State Football team after the Trojans reached the third round of the state playoffs this season. Braden Galowitch was named to the first team as a punter, while defensive back Jordyn Peters earned second-team honors at defensive back. Linebacker Hunter Oltmer and

Hilltoppers, Mims win second straight C-USA title

Martavious Mims is ready to go bowling again. The Muscle Shoals graduate and his Western Kentucky teammates beat Louisiana Tech 58-44 Saturday in the Conference USA championship game, combining for the most points scored in any FBS conference title game. The Hilltoppers set C-USA championship game records for points (58) and total offense (656 yards)

Navy’s Copeland earns All-AAC honors

Muscle Shoals graduate Blake Copeland, a senior offensive tackle for the Naval Academy, was recently named to the American Athletic Conference’s all-conference team. The 6-foot-4, 281-pound Copeland football helped the Midshipmen go7-1 in the AAC for the second consecutive year, clinching the West Division title and home field advantage in Saturday’s conference championship game. No. 19 Navy is

Muscle Shoals’ season ends in loss to Austin

DECATUR – Muscle Shoals couldn’t solve its Ogle Stadium woes Friday night. The Trojans found themselves trailing by three touchdowns to rival Austin in the Class 6A state quarterfinals before a late comeback attempt came up short in a 27-21 loss to the Black Bears Friday night. Muscle Shoals finished the season with a 7-6

AHSAA Complete Quarterfinals pairings

     MONTGOMERY — Fourteen unbeaten teams remain advanced through the second round to the quarterfinals of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) State Football Playoffs. Class 7A teams are advancing to the semifinals. This week’s games will be played Friday, November 19. The slate includes 26 games, four each in Classes 1A through 6A,

Trojans get revenge in win over Gardendale

MUSCLE SHOALS – For the third time this season, the Muscle Shoals football team will travel to Ogle Stadium in Decatur. Muscle Shoals beat Gardendale 17-13 Friday night at James F. Moore Stadium to set up a rematch with Class 6A, Region 8 champion Austin in the third round of the AHSAA state playoffs. For