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The reward for the Arab varsity volleyball team for winning the Marshall County Tournament and the 6A, Area 15 regular season championship was a tune-up road trip to the coast for the long Columbus Day weekend.

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Arab’s remarkably young girls and boys swimming teams continued to show progress last Thursday at the Cullman Invitational.

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A Brindlee Mountain assistant football coach has been fired by Marshall County Schools after an incident involving a player on his own team during the Lions’ game at Sumiton Christian on Sept. 24.

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Arab’s opening drive against Brewer stalled at the visitors’ 9 on an interception by Brett Parker. But, Grant Bagwell and others were able to sack the Patriots’ quarterback for a safety on third down and the Knights’ JV team was off to the races in a 40-0 win Monday night.

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Scottsboro scored with 31 seconds remaining in the third quarter to cut Arab’s lead to 28-22, but the JV Knights didn’t let up and continued getting big plays to get a 36-22 win at home Monday night.

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The Arab boys finished fourth and the girls fifth in the Albertville Invitational swim meet on Saturday – respectable finishes for a pair of young teams looking to find their footing.

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Brindlee Mountain’s varsity volleyball team, playing catch-up in another COVID-impacted season, won one of two matches Tuesday to improve to 4-2 overall, but it was the loss that really hurt the Lady Lions.

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Costly penalties early and one huge turnover just before halftime dashed the high hopes Arab’s players had of ending a losing streak to rival Guntersville that dates back to 2013.

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Matthew Plunkett’s Brewer coaching debut didn’t go as he’d hoped but he was far from deflated following the Patriots’ season-opening 12-7 loss at home to Danville last Friday night.

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