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Disc golf has steadily gained in popularity over the past decade all across the United States. Courses are popping up all over Alabama including right here in Guntersville.

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When that Thanksgiving turkey has been reduced to a discarded carcass, it’s time to break out those wild game and fish recipes to enjoy the feast Alabama’s outdoors offers.

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Anthony Dewayne Loudermilk Sr., age 46 of the Swearengin community, passed away Friday afternoon, November 20, 2020. He was born March 12, 1974, in Scottsboro, Alabama, the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Loudermilk.

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Ten Wildcat swimmers participated in the Last Chance meet Saturday in Huntsville. It was the final opportunity for a swimmer to meet the time standard set to qualify for the adjusted 2020 State Swim meet.

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Jay Jones had the hot hand to lead Asbury over Brindlee Mountain 58-43 in varsity boys basketball action Tuesday night.

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It was a record breaking 2020 season in more than one way for the Guntersville Wildcats on the gridiron.

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The Guntersville 7th grade boys knocked off Arab last 39-37 in a middle school basketball Marshall County matchup.

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Hunters and outdoorsmen need to look no further than the Alabama Cooperative Extension System’s YouTube channel to brush up on deer processing techniques. The Deer Processing Video Series provides hunters with the techniques and food safety guidelines needed to safely and properly process th…

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The Arab boys went 19-10 last season and they’re riding a streak of making the Sweet 16 regional tournament 3 years in a row.

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DAR opened its season with Section last Thursday night. These are the games still to come:

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Eli Jones coached the junior high girls at Asbury last year. He’s moved up to varsity assistant and JV coach this year.

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When we entered the month of August, there were questions to be answered on several fronts – work, school, health, etc. As serious as the COVID-19 pandemic has been, there was still one question on so many minds around Marshall County: Will we play football?

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A combination of too many mistakes and lots of talent was too much for the Guntersville Wildcats to overcome as they fell to Pleasant Grove 42-21 Friday.

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The Arab girls went 6-21 last season and while they are still young this year, the experience gained last year could be a difference this time, according to Coach Jessica Thompson.

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Last season wasn’t disastrous for coach Seth Kelly’s Brindlee Mountain varsity boys basketball team. He knew going in it was going to be a rebuilding year after losing several top players from the year before.

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Basketball in November and December is about working out the rust, making the team a well-oiled machine and then getting ready for the playoff run in January and February.

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How well the team rebounds will determine how well the season goes for the Asbury boys this year.

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It’s essentially a new squad for the DAR boys’ basketball team this year. There are 4 returners with experience off last year’s team, first year DAR head coach Danny Anderson said. But there are a lot of new faces too.

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Gunter's Landing Golf Course has a new course record of 59 and it was shot by 18-year-old golfing phenom Paul Bruce, a senior at Guntersville High School. Paul has won a lot of tournaments and awards in an acclaimed golfing career but he said this ranks among the pinnacles of his golf career…

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A pair of running backs in Marshall County had exceptional football seasons this year as both Kaden Benefield of Boaz and Matthew Turnage of Arab rushed for more than 1,000 yards.

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The Guntersville High School swim team always participates in the North Alabama Championship held the first weekend in November.

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The AHSAA Class 5A football playoffs kicked off last week and after dominating Hayden 62-3, the Guntersville Wildcats moved on to the second round.

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COVID-19 complications in Guntersville City Schools has prompted the Guntersville Rec Center to postpone the start of basketball season.

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It was a history making kind of night for the Guntersville Wildcats Friday against Albertville. The 2020 version of the state’s oldest rivalry wasn’t close as the Wildcats won 54-0.

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The Arab Knights finished the 2020 football with a 27-8 win over Boaz last Friday night. The Knights posted a 5-5 record this season and earned a playoff berth for the first time since 2016.

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The 2020 Class 5A football playoffs are set. Guntersville is one of the top seeds and will take on Hayden in the first round. Hayden finished No. 4 Class 5A, Region 6.

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With a state playoff berth on the line last Friday, the DAR Patriots had their worse showing of the season at Randolph High School in Huntsville. The Raiders capitalized on three of DAR's five turnovers in the first half on their way to a 47-0 shutout of the Patriots.

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Guntersville High School held a Homecoming pep rally inside Chorba-Lee Stadium Friday morning ahead of the game against West Point. 

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John Hyde is one of those rare guys who can do anything he sets his mind to, especially when it comes to piddling in his backyard shop.

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The Marshall Christian Stallions will have a forever home when the 2021 football season rolls around.