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It was a win three years in the making. Since the end of last season when the Hornets fell to Cold Springs in the finals of the Northwest Regional tournament 50-47, Hatton had been hoping, praying they would run into the Eagles once again.

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Lawrence County’s magical season came to an end Saturday when the Red Devils were upset in the sub regional round by East Limestone 55-37.

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R.A. Hubbard continued their strong trend of sending athletes to the next level Wednesday, on National when both Xavier Horton and Omar Napier signed letters of intent to play football at the next level. 

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In their last meeting, Lawrence County barely escaped Fairview with a win, narrowly beating the Aggies 54-52.

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Just five days ago, the Eagles were walking off their home court heartbroken. East Lawrence had watched a nine-point lead wither away in the final minutes of the Lawrence County finals.

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TOWN CREEK – For years the Tanner Rattlers have stood in the way of Hatton basketball’s return to success. However, Tuesday’s performance represented a changing of the guard.Hatton, who had already defeated Tanner 75-67 earlier in the year, delivered one of their best performances of the sea…

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 2020 was a wild and crazy year to say the least. After all, it’s not very often you have to endure a global pandemic. 

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2020 was definitely not the year we were hoping for and by now we are all just glad it’s a new year. 

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When Bo Culver was hired to be the head coach of East Lawrence football, it brought excitement to a community that hadn’t been seen in many years. 

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One of Lawrence County’s longest tenured athletes is officially on her way to the next level. 

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Coming into the season the defending county champions, the Lawrence County Red Devils, might not have been expected to be the top team in the county. After all they did lose four of five starters from a 27-win team.

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Briley Kerby tossed a pair of first-quarter touchdowns to give Hatton an early lead, but the Hornets couldn't hold on in a 27-14 loss to Aliceville in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs on Friday.

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The playoffs are here and for the first time in 33 years all Lawrence County schools will be competing.