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Joe Phillips scored 30 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Booker T. Washington High to a 63-54 victory over Beauregard for the championship of the Class 5A, Area 5 Tournament.
Wednesday, Feb. 7 was a big day for five Notasulga High School student athletes as three signed college football scholarships and two others signed to attend a prep school.
Notasulga High School is hosting the Class 1A, Area 6 basketball tournaments this week for boys and girls after claiming regular season area titles.
The Tuskegee University softball team dropped its final game at the Gulf Coast Invitational, falling 9-1 in six innings to Rollins College. The loss drops the Golden Tigers to 0-5 on the season.
Tuskegee University offensive lineman Leeward Brown and linebacker Osband Thompson both earn spots on the the 2017 BOXTOROW All-America Team. This is the 11th administered season where voters are comprised of media members from around the nation that cover HBCU football.
Notasulga High School sophomore linebacker/defensive lineman Jaheim Greer has earned first-team honors on the Class 1A All-State squad selected by the Alabama Sports Writer Association (ASWA) announced this week.
After losing an 18-point first half lead, the Tuskegee University women's basketball team held on for a 59-51 win over Fort Valley State University, earning their first conference victory of the season on the road. The win also marked the first road win of the year.
For the second consecutive year, the Tuskegee Parks & Recreation Department picked up an award from their district in the Alabama Recreation & Parks Association.
James Eads scored a season high 32 points and helped the Tuskegee University men's basketball earn a 72-66 win over Spring Hill College at the Chappie James Center on Saturday, Dec. 2.
Kendal Moore scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and Joseph Graham added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Booker T. Washington Boys basketball team in a 71-56 loss against LaFayette.
For a while it appeared that Notasulga wasn’t going to enjoy its homecoming contest against R.C. Hatch on Friday, Sept. 22, but the Blue Devils managed to slip away with a 34-20 victory that was much closer than the score indicated.
After a disappointing overtime loss to Eufaula at home the previous week, the Booker T. Washington Golden Eagles traveled to Rehobeth on Friday, Sept. 15 where they were no match for the home team in a 28-8 loss.
Tuskegee forced five turnovers against Clark Atlanta in its home opener at Cleve Abbott Memorial Stadium as the Golden Tigers came away with 30-16 win Saturday, Sept. 16.
Eufaula rallied late to pull out an overtime victory that sent an enthusiastic Booker T. Washington home crowd away disappointed — but pleased with the Golden Eagles’ upset bid effort.
Maplesville showed why the Red Devils have won three state Class 1A state championships with a 50-18 victory over the Notasulga Blue Devils Friday, Sept. 8 at Sanderson Knapp Stadium in Notasulga.
After building up an 18-0 lead, the Booker T. Washington (BTW) Golden Eagles allowed Marbury to trim the lead to 18-14 at the half before settling down to claim a 32-20 victory in the Aug. 25 opener at Eagle Star Stadium in Tuskegee.
Senior quarterback TraDarius Ezell threw three touchdown passes and a pair of two-point conversions to lead the Notasulga Blue Devils to a hard-fought 37-33 victory over rival Reeltown in the season opener for both teams on Thursday, Aug. 24.
Anthony “Tank” Jones enters his third season as Notasulga’s head football coach with a solid group of seniors going after their straight playoff appearance under Jones.
Final registration for the Tuskegee Junior Tigers Football team will be held on Wednesday, August 16 and Thursday, August 18 at 5 p.m. at the Tuskegee Parks & Recreation office in Abbott Park.
City Redd’s House of Style Barbershop hosted the 7th Annual “Kids’ Fest” at the Henderson Park Pool on Saturday, August 5. Activities will included card games, checkers, basketball, and free admission to the swimming pool. Jump Wright will provided a dunking booth. Free school supplies and b…
The Tuskegee Junior Tigers will begin its youth football and cheerleading practice on Tuesday, Aug. 1 at 5:30 pm at Abbott Park. Practice will last until 7:30 p.m.
After being closed over the Fourth of July because of troubles with the pump, the Tuskegee City Pool at Henderson Park is tentatively scheduled to resume operation Friday, July 14.
Despite his nearly life-long success on the football field from playing quarterback in high school and college, winning five national titles as an assistant coach and becoming the second-winningest coach in Tuskegee University history, Willie Slater has preferred to do his work without fanfare.
Booker T. Washington built the first clay tennis courts in the Alabama on the front lawn of the Academic building on the campus of Tuskegee Normal in 1890. Twenty Six years later — in 1916 — Tuskegee Normal was one of the founding members of the (ATA) American Tennis Association. (Integrated…
The Fishing Derby for Macon County on Saturday, June 10 had about 75 participants. The U.S. Forest Service, along with several local agencies, joined to encourage youth to enjoy the great outdoors by hosting the free youth fishing derby at Thloko Okhussee (The Big Pond) located in the Tuskeg…
From July 6 through July 18, 25 basketball players ages 17 and 18 will visit Georgia and Alabama for a tour of America and play basketball against American teams.