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DeQua Houston rushed for 132 yards and scored three times to lead playoff-bound Gardendale to a 61-12 win Friday night against visiting Pelham . Backup quarterback Michael Crowder started Friday for the Rockets, passing for 142 yards against Pelham. Comment?
Ronald Dee Sadler, 46, was booked into the Morgan County jail on charges of sexual abuse of a child under 12 and enticing a child to enter a vehicle or residence for immoral purposes, according to the Morgan County Sheriff's Office. He is being held in lieu of $50,000 bond. Comment?
Brady Polson threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns as Class 7A, No. 1-ranked Bob Jones dominated host Hazel Green 43-7 tonight at Bob Grimwood Stadium. Comment?
Just when Superman looked like he lost his cape, Landon Smothers and Carlos Davis ran out of the locker room to play the hero role. Davis and Smothers each ran for a pair of touchdowns as Muscle Shoals scored 28 unanswered points to top Hartselle 28-7 in a Class 6A, Region 8 game. Comment?
The Morgan County Drug Task Force arrested two people Tuesday after the pair picked up a package containing three pounds of marijuana. The Morgan County Sheriff's Office reports that the task force had received a tip that the drug was being delivered through the U.S. Postal Service and, when Horace Stevenson Sills III, 45, and Lindsey Young Sills, 23, arrived to pick up the package, agents intercepted them in the parking lot of the Crestwood Shopping Center. Comment?
The North and South teams split a doubleheader tonight in the AHSAA All-Star Softball Series at Lagoon Park in Montgomery. After the South got a 4-3 win in the first game, the North responded with a 1-0 victory that was cut short due to lightening in the top of the fifth inning. Comment?
While many elected officials commended Gov. Robert Bentley for removing Confederate flags from Alabama state Capitol grounds on Wednesday, a handful of state legislators have spoken out against the move. Sen. Clay Scofield, a Red Hill Republican in his second term, told the Sand Mountain Reporter the move was "cowardly." Comment?
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