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Colbert Heights at Weaver-Round 2
FIRST BANK OF ALABAMA SIGNS ON AS TITLE SPONSOR FOR FNN'S FIRST SPRING FOOTBALL SERIES THIS MAY
We are pleased to announce that First Bank of Alabana has joined us as the "Presenting Sponsor" for our upcoming Spring Football package of games. First Bank of Alabama has locations throughout the area, including Talladega, Lincoln, Munford, Wedowee, Roanoke, Woodland and Ashland.
FNN will stream live coverage of multiple games throughout the region beginning on Friday, May 11th as Lincoln hosts Shelby County.
On Thursday, May 17th, we'll make our first ever visit to Ranburne to bring fans the double-header between the Bulldogs and Randolph County and Woodland facing Wadley.
On Friday, May 18th, FNN visits the new stadium in Childersburg as the Tigers face St Clair County.
Our Spring Football 2018 Series will conclude on Saturday, May 19th when the Anniston Bulldogs face the Montevallo Bulldogs followed by the Munford Lions hosting Pell City. These games will be played at Lions Stadium in Munford.
Additional games are continuing to be negotiated and will be announced as soon as details are finalized.
FNN TO STREAM LIVE MULTIPLE-GAME COVERAGE OF THE LADY TIGER CLASSIC APRIL 21ST & 22ND FROM OXFORD LAKE
17 teams will hit the four-field park at Oxford Lake on Friday and Saturday to battle it out for the title in the Lady Tiger Softball Classic hosted by Randolph County High School.
This will be FNN's first time to provide two-day coverage of select games on Friday, April 21st and two more games the day of the Classic Championship on Saturday. Start times for our games is TBD and will be posted later this week online here at FNNNetwork.com and on our FNN Facebook page. All games are FREE to watch by CLICKING HERE. Play gets underway at 4 PM both days.
Participating schools include Wadley, Central-Clay County, Walter Wellborn, Sylacauga, Sand Rock, Reeltown, Ohatchee, White Plains, Saks, Pleasant Valley, Pell City, Piedmont, Horseshoe Bend, Handley, Ranburne, Weaver, Munford and the hosts from Randolph County.
The FNN game coverage is unique in that we use multiple HD camera angles, live announcers, scoring and player graphics to give these girls a telecast experience usually only available at the college level to showcase their talents.
Those with Cable One TV access will be able to watch game replays (usually within a week of the original airing) on Cable One Channel 69. Games are generally replayed on Monday at 5:30 PM, Wednesday at 8:30 PM and Saturdays at 3 PM.
Games will also be replayed on our FNN 24/7 Channel throughout the week for those that miss our live telecasts. On-Demand viewing of games is available through our YouTube Channel usually within a few days of the original telecast. You can access our YouTube Channel by CLICKING HERE
Whether you watch LIVE or LATER, we hope you will tune in for what should be some thrilling softball action both days.
Oxford at Clay-Chalkville-Round 3
Ohatchee At Sylvania-Round 1
Alexandria At Wenonah-Round 1
ALEXANDRIA TO HOST OHATCHEE IN UPCOMING FNN HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COVERAGE ON MONDAY, APRIL 16TH AT 5:45 PM
We're headed to the home of the world-famous (almost) Valley Dog for FNN's next stop in this year's coverage of high school baseball and softball for a Highway 202 showdown between the Valley Cubs and the Indians.
Alexandria Coach Andy Shaw notched his 500th career win last Friday in his team's 14-4 win over Lawrence County at the Spring Experience.
When asked about the milestone, Shaw said, “That just tells you I’ve been doing it a long time. We’ve got some good kids out there and I’ve been around them for 27 years.”
The milestone win comes in a season that's been uncharacteristically short on highlights with an 8-14 record going into April play.
On his team's record, Shaw said, “For us, it’s not about wins. Our main goal is getting in the playoffs, area championships and state championships. We never look at records much. We try to play a tough schedule to prepare us for the postseason.”
Meanwhile, Ohatchee has seen five games cancelled, limiting their play. The Indians made the April turn with a season mark of 11-7.
The only meeting between these two teams happened in the first round of the Calhoun County Baseball Tournament with Alexandria taking a 12-2 win.
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