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What are you doing to improve yourself?: The Bob Baumhower Story

May 8, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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Eli Gold and Stan White: The Eli and Stan Show

Jan 4, 2012 • by John Battle • Sports and Family Magazine
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High School Football Player Recounts Attack by Teammates

Aug 28, 2014 • WTOK
Preston Morrow, a freshman at Enterprise High School, will never play football again after a violent encounter with two of his teammates. The incident happened last Monday, the 18th, before football practice ever started. "One kid came and hit me from ... More

Storied high school rivalries diminishing

Sep 2, 2014 • Dothan Eagle
The always-powerful Bucs, at home, lost to Miami Central on TV two games ago, ending a 30-game winning streak, Alabama's longest, and last Friday fell to Colquitt County, Enterprise's home-opening opponent in Week 3. RE Lee was promoted to 7A and is ... More

Trip to Ladd-Peebles recalls days gone by

Aug 21, 2014 • Dothan Eagle
If you don't believe it, go to the Alabama High School Athletic Association's website, find the historical section, perform a complete year-by-year inspection, and you should note the Enterprise High School Wildcats played no games in August 1996, '97 ... More

My how things have changed. Even the Wildcats are on TV

Aug 29, 2014 • Dothan Eagle
Before the Enterprise High School Wildcats traveled to Cramton Bowl to play Lanier the first time, Lee and Lanier seemed like colleges to us young'uns hereabouts. The same can be said for Birmingham schools like Banks, Ramsay, Woodlawn and Berry, ... More

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