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5 Lady Lions named All-Metro team

The Prattville High School Lady Lions soccer team lead all Montgomery metro teams by placing 5 players on the All-metro team for the 2017 season. The Lady Lions were represented by: “The People’s Player of the Year” – Cami Rogers Finished with metro-leading 64 goals and 20 assists to lead Lions to second round of the

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Lady Lions named to All-State Team

Senior Cami Rogers and Junior Kason Ousley have been named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America 2017 All-State Girls 7a soccer team. Future Auburn Tiger Rogers, was named to the 1st team at forward while upcoming Senior Ousley, was named as honorable mention as a defender.   Cami concluded her stellar career at

Vote for Alabama’s Top Record-Breaking Performance – Presented by VNN

Cole Grogan – Sylacauga High School: Cole entered his senior soccer season at Sylacauga High School with 128 career goals, 29 goals shy of breaking the AHSAA Career Goals Scored record of 156 goals set from 2011 to 2015 by Dilan Sayer from East Limestone High School. Entering a region match on April 4, 2017, Cole was

Fall Soccer Tryouts Prattville United

1 2017 Fall Season Tryout and Club Information It is that time of year again. We are holding our 2017 Fall season tryouts May 20th at Upper Kingston Park weather permitting. This year we are separating the boys and girls tryouts. We are planning to do summer work outs starting in June when we get

PHS Softball Headed to State

PHS Softball won the 7A South Central Regional tournament in Troy with impressive wins over Central Phenix City 7-0 and Auburn 8-3. The wins give the Lady Lions a berth in the State tournament next Thursday at Lagoon Park. In the Central Phenix City game late Thursday night, the Lions scored runs in the first

Lady Lion recognized for academic performance

7th grade Lady Lion, Taylor Gloystein, has been recognized by the State of Alabama Education Association, the University of Alabama, and Duke University for her recent performance on the ACT.   Taylor will be honored  nationally by Duke University for being one of a small group of 7th graders nationwide that scored at or above a 29 on the