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Saraland’s K.J. Lacey blends instincts, mechanics and hard work to succeed

By JIMMY WIGFIELD Saraland sophomore K.J. Lacey’s physical artistry is what fans see but he knows no successful quarterback can rely on that alone. His mechanics, formed through an incessant desire to be great, give him distinct advantages, particularly his ability to throw effectively from different angles, shape his trajectories and having the footwork to…

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Saraland unanimously cleared by AHSAA board; Spartans continue in playoffs; Milner: ‘The good name of our high school is intact’

    By WILLIE GRAY and JIMMY WIGFIELD Saraland High School was cleared of wrongdoing in the move of its star quarterback from Daphne by a unanimous vote of the Alabama High School Athletic Association’s Central Board Thursday. Saraland City Schools Board of Education attorney Nash Campbell said one central board member abstained at the…

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Mobile Press Register to cease print publication

Staff Report The Mobile Press-Register, once the oldest daily newspaper in the state, will cease 200 years of print publishing in February, its parent company announced Thursday. The Press-Register, along with the Birmingham News and Huntsville Times, will cease publishing their thrice-weekly newspapers after Feb. 26, according to Alabama Media Group. The media outlets will…

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AHSAA clears Saraland

UPDATED 11/2/22 5:10 p.m. Spartans stay in playoffs By JIMMY WIGFIELD Saraland High School did not violate any Alabama High School Athletic Association rules related to the move of a star football player from Daphne and will be allowed to participate in the state playoffs beginning Friday, Saraland City Schools attorney Nash Campbell said Wednesday.…

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Private investigator says he can’t prove Saraland family violated rules

AHSAA ruling expected soon By Jimmy Wigfield/Call News The private investigator hired by a man who charged the family of a Saraland High School football player with breaking eligibility rules said in an affidavit on Oct. 31 he cannot definitively determine the family broke those rules by maintaining residences in two districts. Investigator Eric Winberg…

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