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We Love Getting To Know Our Viewers And Fans!
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WILDCATS BASEBALL COMES TO FNN IN 2019 FOR A FOUR GAME SERIES STARTING MARCH 19TH VS HOKES BLUFF
High School Baseball fans will get the opportunity to watch some of the area's best teams take on White Plains this Spring, starting with a huge region matchup with the Hokes Bluff Eagles on Tuesday, March 19th.
We'll return "out on the Plains" on April 2nd when the Cherokee County Warriors roll in.
Our four-game series concludes with a doubleheader with Jacksonville on April 11th. That's Bradey Munroe night, honouring a former WPHS student-athlete that lost his life to cancer several years ago.
All games will begin at 4:30 PM and can be viewed LIVE 100% free here on the FNN 24/7 Channel as well as on Facebook, YouTube and Periscope
WE LOVE GETTING TO KNOW OUR VIEWERS & FANS!
If you love high school sports as much as we do, then you'll want to receive our new FNN INSIDER Newsletter in your email inbox! Signing up is easy and free. Just enter your email address in the box below and click the "Subscribe" button and you're all set! You'll receive our FNN INSIDER Newsletter with stories on upcoming FNN telecasts and events, plus some special INSIDER-ONLY offers from the businesses that support FNN. Don't wait - SIGN UP TODAY!
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Talladega At Lincoln
American Christian At Anniston
Walter Wellborn At Weaver
FORMER COACH AND ACTIVE SPORTSCASTER MAX HOWELL TO SERVE AS GUEST SPEAKER FOR FNN'S DINNER & AWARDS NIGHT ON MONDAY, MARCH 25TH
Born in Montgomery, and raised in Prattville, Howell now calls Birmingham home.
Before his broadcasting days in syndicated radio and television, Max Howell spent many years on the football field.
He played at Troy State in 1961-62. Following college, Howell was an offensive assistant at Escambia High in Pensacola, FL, where he coached future NFL Hall of Fame star tailback, Emmitt Smith. He was recruiting coordinator and coached safeties at Florida State in the 80s under Coach Bobby Bowden. While at Florida State, he coached another NFL Hall of Famer we all know as "Prime Time" Deon Sanders. Upon leaving Florida State, Howell served as recruiting coordinator under Billy Brewer at Ole Miss during 1989-90 seasons.
Howell may be best known in the general public as the host of multiple syndicated sports radio programs across the South. He is still actively involved in sports media, writing for sports publications and internet sites including his football-themed "Gameday In The South" Facebook page.
"We are thrilled to have Coach Howell join us for this year's Dinner & Awards Night," said FNN's Jim Jacobs.
"I've known Coach for at least a decade and I can promise you that our guests will be treated to some great stories from his lifelong journey in coaching and broadcasting. It should be a lot of fun and very entertaining."
Piedmont At Randolph County
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NOW JUST ONE WEEK AWAY, FNN'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AWARDS NIGHT & DINNER SET TO NAME 2018 PLAYER OF THE YEAR AND COACH OF THE YEAR
All the votes have been cast. The Fans have spoken. FNN's Independent Panel has submitted their picks and the FNN Gameday Crew has put their two cents in. Who will win?
We'll all know in just under a week when next Monday, March 25th, several hundred guests will join together at the Longleaf Botanical Gardens Event Center in Anniston for the announcement.
The evening begins at 6:30 PM with a private reception for Inductees and special FNN guests.
At 7:00 PM, Reserve Ticket holders will take their seats in the Large Hall, where they will be served dinner. Dinner will begin with a blessing offered by Hokes Bluff Mayor Scott Reeves. Once dinner is served, General Admission ticket holders will be admitted into the Large Hall to take their seats.
The evening's festivities get underway at 7:30 PM. Calhoun County Commissioner Lee Patterson will welcome everyone to the region. Then Byron Lindsey of Client Quest in Atlanta will introduce the evening's Emcee, FNN's Jim Jacobs.
Jacobs will have opening remarks that include welcoming special guests and dignitaries. Then, the first of eight short One-on-Ones will take place with the players and coaches. FNN's Grady Sapp will conduct the sit-down chats with each nominee.
Woven in with the nominee interviews, we'll present a Special Appreciation Award to Coach Darryl Hamby and FNN's Lifetime Achievement Award will also be presented to Cleburne County's Michael Shortt.
We'll also hear from our Guest Speaker for the evening, Max Howell. You'll enjoy the stories Max has to tell from his days as a player in high school and college, then as a coach on both levels, then his days as a well-known broadcaster and sports talk show host.
Then it will be time to present the Fan Vote recipients for both Player and Coach of the Year. FNN's color analyst from the 2018 season, Eddie Bullock will handle those announcements.
That will be followed by the announcement of the FNN 2018 High School Football Coach and then the Player of the Year. FNN is honored to have Alabama District 12 State Senator Del Marsh joining us to announce both awards.
If you would like to attend FNN's Awards Night & Dinner, just a few Reserved Dinner Tickets remain at $35 each. General Admission tickets are $10. Less than 30 of those remain. TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE AND WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR THE DAY OF THE EVENT!! Call 256-403-9025 now through Friday, March 22 from 12 Noon til 5 PM to purchase tickets. You can also email ticket inquiries to email@example.com. Make sure to include your phone number so we can get back with you to take your order.
Remember, if you can't be there in person, you can watch the evening's festivities LIVE on FNN starting at 7:15 PM. The program will be televised in HD at fnnnetwork.com as well as the FNN Channel on Roku. The program will also be available to view on any of our social media platforms including Facebook, YouTube, and Periscope.
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