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Friday scores - September 4:

West Point 31, Columbia 20 (K92 Game of the Week)

Cold Springs 55, Southeastern 0

Randolph 28, Fairview 27

Oakman 46, Holly Pond 21

Westminster 33, Good Hope 21

Winston County 48, Hanceville 20

Danville 49, Vinemont 3

Tanner 63, Addison 14

Cleveland 21, Fyffe 14

Oneonta 28, DAR 27

Hartselle 35, Athens 14

Muscle Shoals 42, Florence 21

Austin 9, Decatur 0

Guntersville 49, Madison County 39

North Jackson 55, Locust Fork 7

Scottsboro 34, Brewer 22

Priceville 68, J.B. Pennington 41

Fort Payne 21, Arab 14

 

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* WEST POINT - Two touchdowns in a span of 1:27 carried the West Point Warriors to a 31-20 victory Friday night over the Columbia Eagles in the WKUL-FM Game of the Week.

 Alex Hernandez scored two short yardage TDs in the fourth quarter that allowed the Warriors to put the game out of reach.

 The second came after the Warriors recovered a Columbia kickoff at Eagles' 28-yard line.

 Down 7-0 late in the second quarter, an interception by Dustin Gonzales gave West Point the ball at midfield. The Warriors drove downfield and scored on a Hernandez run from the three. The kick by Tristan Skinner evened the score at 7-7.

 West Point rallied from 14-7 in the third with a 1-yard run by Tanner after a 54-yard kickoff return by Cameron Moore.

 The Warriors then grabbed the lead at 17-14 when Skinner booted a field goal from 35 yards out. The score came with 3:08 remaining in the third.

 Rusk was selected the Bales Construction & Company offensive player of the game while Moore earned honors as the Vann's Sporting Goods defensive player of the game.

 Hernandez wound up with three touchdowns while the Warriors capitalized on two turnovers and forced the Eagles to turn the ball over on downs, with one series coming to a rest at the West Point 10 in the second quarter.

 The Warriors are 1-0 in 5A, Region 8 and 1-1 on the season. The Eagles fell to 0-2 and 0-1 in regional play. West Point hosts Ardmore next week for its third straight game at home.

 

 

 

 

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* REMLAP - A 17-year old male student at Southeastern High School has been suspended after making threats to cause harm. The student has been suspended by the Blount County School system with the investigation continuing by the Blount County Sheriff's Department and District Attorney's office.

 Extra security has been added to the facility and is probable for extra curricular activities such as Friday football game between Southeastern and the Cold Springs Eagles on campus at 7:00 p.m.

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* Alabama State Troopers Decatur Post investigated an accident Thursday night in the northbound lanes of Interstate 65 at mile marker 295.

 Traffic was backed up on the interstate from mile marker 295 to 291 until the accident was cleared. The accident happened four miles south of the Dodge City exit around sunset.

 

 

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* Good Hope Lady Raiders learned they were 8th in the 4A prep volleyball poll Thursday morning. Thursday afternoon, the Lady Raiders journey to Cullman and posted victory in a tri-match sweeping and taking two of three from Randolph.

 The Lady Raiders topped Cullman 25-14, 25-23 then edged Randolph in a hard fought 3-game match, taking the third set 15-9, overcoming a 7-1 deficit.

 Randolph, the No. 5 team in 5A, took Cullman in straight sets 25-22, 25-15.

 Good Hope is now 5-0 on the season while Cullman slipped to 2-2 after opening the 2015 schedule last week with tri-match wins against Fairview and Hayden.

 

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* At a regular meeting of the Cullman County School Board Thursday night, a report by the Alabama Examiners' Office revealed defencies had taken place at Fairview High School between October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014.

 Through investigation, the examiners' office learned Fairview High School committed violations such as loans obtained without proper authorization from the school board, teacher receipts not remitted to the school bookkeeper on a timely matter, purchases not recorded in the school's books, surplus items purchased under the ADECA were not maintained on the school's inventory and were not invetoried each year.

 No comments following the audit were made by Fairview High School representatives or the Cullman County School Board. The investigation continues by the state examiners' office.

 

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* DANVILLE - Plenty of media will be on hand for the Danville vs. Vinemont football game Friday night. Part of the attention will be focused on a Danville player who is in the battle of his life.

 Sophomore running back Kane Hogan has leukemia. He was diagnosed with the ailment earlier this year.

 The Danville community is planning to wear orange in the support of Hogan and those who suffer this condition as well. Reports are Sports Illustrated will be on hand to provide a story on the student athlete who visits Huntsville Hospital weekly for treatments.

 The game between the Eagles and Danville will kick off at 7:00 p.m. at Smith-Owens Stadium.

 

 

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* Alabama State Troopers will be out in full force this weekend as many celebrate Labor Day. The troopers will focus on those who speed across state roadways and motorists who also driving impaired. The Alabama Marine Patrol will also be out in full force with this being the last major holiday weekend of the summer season.

 

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* SCOTTSBORO - Barry Whitton appeared in front of the judge in Jackson County Thursday morning. Whitton has been charged with the murder of his first wife, Michelle Townson Whitton. Whitton is also a suspect in the disappearance of his second wife Kimberly Whitton and their 11-year old daughter.

 Whitton has been held captive in the Cullman County Detention Center since May. The county jail houses federal inmates.

 Whitton is also facing charges of intimidating a witness and promoting prison contraband.

 

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* A person who suffers from alzheimers has been found after being reported missing Thursday morning.

 Ninety-year old Clara Scott Edge was found on Highway 278 before 12:00 p.m. She had reportedly walked a half mile from her residence at Willow Street SW.

 Miss Edge was found by a business owner and was unharmed. 

 

 

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* ONEONTA - According to Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey, a grand jury will decide if criminal charges will be brought up against a driver who killed a cyclist last weekend.

 William Robertson died from injuries sustained when his bicycle was struck by a pickup truck on Alabama Highway 75, just south of the Oneonta city limits.

 Two other cyclists were injured and sent to a Birmingham hospital. The name of the driver has not been released. 

 

 

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* HARTSELLE - Alabama Department of Transportation reports resurfacing and striping on Interstate 65 will begin Thursday from mile marker 326 in the Hartselle area to mile marker 338, a mile south of the I-65/565 interchange. Heavy equipment working adjacent to roadway, delays and lane closure will be possible.

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* Cullman Police is investigating a pair of theft by fraudulent leasing cases Tuesday at Rent-A-Center, located at Main Avenue SW.

 A television, two phones and a computer were taken from the property. If you have information about these cases, call the Cullman PD at 256-734-1434.

 

 

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* No prep football teams in the immediate WKUL coverage area are ranked this week, but two teams face opposition who are in the Top 10 in their respective class.

 The Holly Pond Broncos host the No. 8 Oakman Wildcats in a 3A, Region 5 game. The Broncos are trying to break a 21-game losing streak, currently the most active in the AHSAA along with Holy Spirit from Tuscaloosa.

 The Addison Bulldogs head to Limestone County to meet the No. 3 ranked Tanner Rattlers in the 2A, Region 6 opener for both teams.

 Eight other teams are currently ranked from Class 4A to 6A that have games with county teams in the upcoming weeks including No. 7 Florence who hosts Cullman next week in a 6A, Region 8 assignment.

 

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* ARAB - An electrician died Tuesday while working on power lines. Thirty-six year old William Galloway from Boaz was electrocuted while repairing power lines on 12th Avenue NE.

 Galloway was reported as an individual contractor. The accident caused a power failure reported at Arab High School, Arab Primary School and residents nearby.

 The cause of Galloway's death has not been released.

 

 

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* MONTGOMERY - House Bill 47 went into effect Tuesday in the best interest to promote gun safety across Alabama.

 Among the new laws include minors to carry a firearm who acquire one by a legal permit, prohibits mentally ill offenders from carrying a firearm and allows employees to keep a firearm in their vehicle while parked in a public or private location.

 

 

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* A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday morning for a 12,000 foot automotive technical center to be built. REHAU is expanding to its business in the Cullman area. The tech center will bring 140 new jobs with the decision receiving full support by the city of Cullman, the Cullman Economic Development Agency and the Industrial Development Board of the city of Cullman.

 No timetable has been announced on when the tech center will be built.

 

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* For the second straight year, students in the Cullman County school system will be released early on the first Wednesday of each month. It's teacher development day with students to leave the classroom at 12:00 p.m. Wednesday.

 Teachers will go through a developmental session for the rest of the day. This format was installed last year when Dr. Craig Ross took over running the Cullman County school system.

 

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* ATHENS - Limestone County Judge James Woodroof denied a request for a new trial for Cullman resident Joel Moyers.

 Moyers was charged with killing Brandon Hydrick in the fall of 2012 in Limestone County.

 The defense attorney for Moyers claimed of jury tampering, but the judge denied the request for a new trial and motions for an acquittal. 

 Moyers is serving life without the possibility of parole.

 

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* GOOD HOPE - Kaylee Maddox and Alyssa Harlin combined for 19 kills while Jami Stinson and Hannah Smith combined for 17 points on serve as the Good Hope Lady Raiders won their volleyball home opener Tuesday over Decatur Heritage three games to one.

 Good Hope prevented Decatur Heritage from taking the match into a fifth game by claiming a hard fought 25-23 win in the fourth set. The match was played in an hour and 21 minutes.

 Rosemary Brown's Lady Raiders are 3-0 on the young season.

 

 

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