Stallions defeat Lions 42-6

Kane Rushing (23) runs for a good gain after making a catch for Hubbertville.

Hubbertville hosted the South Lamar Stallions on Friday night. Winning the coin toss, the Lions elected to receive, sending T.J. Keeton back deep for the opening kick. The Lions’ opening possession was short.

Pickens County defeats Berry

Jaden Smith (3) is shown catching the ball for Berry against Pickens County.

The Berry Wildcats returned to Fred Webster Stadium after a week on the road to face the third ranked Pickens County Tornadoes.  Although the Wildcats kept the penalty-plagued game close for the first half, big plays on offense and special teams gave Pickens County the victory by the score of 44-7. 

One injured in vehicle accident

This 2004 Buick Century was involved in the accident.

Rhonda Jackson Warren of Fayette was injured and transported to a medical center for treatment during an accident that occurred between the 2004 Buick Century that she was driving and a 2010 Toyota Tacoma, driven by Charles Ian Rainey of Fayette.

Fayette Memorial Library asks commission for funds

Joy Griswold is shown addressing the Fayette County Commission on Sept. 11.

The Fayette County Commission held its regular meeting at the Fayette County Memorial Library, at the request of the library board. All commissioners were present for the meeting.
Jessica Crowe, the director of the Fayette County Memorial Library for the past eight years, was unable to attend the meeting, but welcomed the commissioners through a taped video message.

Glen Allen Council discusses sale of truck

The Glen Allen Town Council held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at the town’s community center. Councilwoman Bobbie S. McCraw was not present for the monthly meeting.
Mayor Allen J. Dunavant introduced Floyd “JR” Rodgers, Jr. who had requested an opportunity to address the town council. Rodgers is a candidate for State House Representative for District 16.


Hubbertville defeats Holy Spirit

Cole Brand (11) is shown making a leaping reception over a Holy Spirit defender.

Hubbertville celebrated homecoming on Friday night by hosting the Holy Spirit Saints.
Following the coin toss, Tucker Bowen’s opening kick was returned to the 33-yard line, where Kobe McCarley and Zeb Haley made the stop.

Berry falls to South Lamar 42-6

Max Westbrook (1) is shown running the ball for Berry against South Lamar.

The Berry Wildcats traveled to Millport to face the South Lamar Stallions in a Region 5 matchup. South Lamar got off to a fast start, while the Wildcats struggled on offense, and South Lamar walked away with a 42-6 win.

Lawrence to showcase miniature houses at Fayette Arts Festival

Pictured is Jeffie Lawrence with a miniature “grist mill” that he made.

Lifelong Fayette resident and former teacher, principal and superintendent Jeffie Lawrence will be showcasing his art and craft collection of miniature houses that he has built during this year’s Fayette Arts Festival, to be held at the Fayette Civic Center and Art Museum from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9.


Lowery disqualified by Republican Party

Greg Lowery is shown standing next to the seal for the Alabama House of Representatives.

The Alabama Republican Party has disqualified Fayette County resident Greg Lowery from seeking the Alabama House of Representatives, District 16 nomination during the Republican Primary. Lowery’s name will be on the Republican Primary ballots, which have already been printed. A spokesperson for the Alabama Republican Party confirmed to The Times-Record last week that Lowery has been disqualified due to a violation of the state party’s by-laws that prohibit a candidate from running in a Republican Primary within six years of seeking office with another party.


Berry starts season with impressive 50-13 win

Max Westbrook is shown running the ball for Berry as Jaden Smith blocks.

The Berry Wildcats welcomed the 4A Curry Yellow Jackets to Fred Webster Stadium to open its 2023 campaign. The weather would affect both teams, as a steady rain caused some turnover issues and bad snaps, but the Wildcats took control of the game early and cruised to a big victory to start the season.

Lions blank Sumiton Christian 43-0

Zeb Haley (10) is shown taking a handoff as Kobyn Johnson (60) and T.J. Keeton (25) provide blocking.

Traveling to Sumiton on a wet rainy night, the Lions opened Region 5 play against the Sumition Christian Eagles. Winning the coin toss, the Eagles elected to receive. Following a sack on quarterback Jake White by Kane Rushing, the Eagles were facing third down and 16 from its own 32-yard line. Two snaps later, the ball was punted away, rolling to a stop at Hubbertville’s 34-yard line.