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By Marla Jones, Sports Editor • marla@southerntorch.com CROSSVILLE, Ala. — The Southern Torch Coach of the Week is Dusty Darnell, new Head Coach of the Crossville Lions! Darnell is an alumnus of Crossville High School and graduated in the Class

By Marla Jones, Sports Editor • marla@southerntorch.com CROSSVILLE, Ala. — For my next-to-last stop on this season’s Inside The Huddle, I stopped in to see the Crossville Lions. I was lucky enough to meet new head coach for the Lions, Dusty

PHOTO: The Plainview Bears celebrate their region championship win over the Sylvania Rams, 13 – 3. (Kristy Gallagher | Southern Torch) By Marla Jones, Sports Editor marla@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — On Friday night, the Plainview Bears defeated the Class 3A,

PHOTO: The 2017 Valley Head Tigers take on summer workouts in the weight room. (Marla Jones | Southern Torch) By Marla Jones, Sports Editor marla@southerntorch.com VALLEY HEAD, Ala. — For my sixth stop of Inside the Huddle, I went to Valley Head

PHOTO: The 2017 Hornets take on the stairs at Wayne C. Hardiman Stadium! (Marla Jones | Southern Torch) By Marla Jones, Sports Editor marla@southerntorch.com IDER, Ala. — For the fourth installment of “Inside the Huddle,” I took a little trip north

PHOTO: For the third stop of Inside the Huddle, Southern Torch visited the Class 3A Plainview Varsity Bears! (Marla Jones | Southern Torch) Marla Jones, Sports Editor marla@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — For the third stop of Inside the Huddle, Southern Torch

Contributed by John Dersham, Executive Director DeKalb County Tourism FORT PAYNE, Ala. — Beautiful weather, clear skies, some nice fall colors, and a whole lot of visitors and locals came out last weekend for the 35th Annual Mentone Colorfest. Fall season

  PHOTO: 2016 Crossville Homecoming Queen Katie Underwood.  By Kalie Davis, Staff Writer kalie@southerntorch.com CROSSVILLE, Ala. — Crossville High School celebrated a very heartfelt homecoming this year. It wasn’t a celebration shown by the scoreboard, but a celebration that made

  By Tyler Pruett, Managing Editor tyler@southerntorch.com RAINSVILLE, Ala. — For the first time in Alabama history, deer and turkey that are harvested this season are required to be reported to the state. Hunters have 48 hours after a successful