Fairview Aggies Basketball

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Fairview Aggies Basketball

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During the month of March, the Fairview Aggies basketball team faced a lot of tough opponents. They faced Guntersville, West Point and Vinemont. Unfortunately, they lost all three. But the team is looking forward to another great season.

Holly Pond’s performance

During their season opener, the Holly Pond Broncos defeated the Fairview Aggies in a boys basketball game at the Felton Easterwood Gymnasium in Fairview. The Broncos scored a 52-49 win.

Fairview led 10-7 at the end of the first period, but Holly Pond battled back and tied the game. Holly Pond’s Mattie Earl scored six points in the first period and Christian Couch added another basket. During the second period, the Aggies trimmed the lead to two points. Fairview’s Jayla Gorham scored seven points in the second half.

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Fairview’s Somer Harris scored two threes from the left corner. Landon Tweedie added a basket, while Cylas Yarbrough and Cade Yeager each hit one free throw. During the third period, Fairview took advantage of a three-ball. The Aggies’ Darby Nichols hit three, and Lexi Golden made two threes. It was now a 37-31 game.

Fairview led 38-24 by the end of the third period, but Holly Pond’s Kamryn Tankersley and Ellie Burks scored baskets to cut the Aggies’ lead to 44-24. Kobe Payne hit a driving layup to keep Fairview within three.

Fairview scored three quick points to start the fourth period, but Holly Pond’s Kamryn Trotter and Sawyer Olinger each hit two free throws. Ellie Burks scored a basket to make it 51-31. During the final period, Fairview’s Abby Davis scored a basket and Lexi Golden added another three. The Aggies’ lead increased to 57-37.

Holly Pond’s defense improved in the second half. They held Fairview to eight points in the second half and finished with a 34-22 lead. The Broncos’ defense also defended the Aggies’ Will Smith, who made five straight points.

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Fairview fought hard to cut the lead. Yarbrough scored a basket and Smith made a three-point play. The Aggies’ Cade Yeager drilled two threes in the second quarter, while Yarbrough, Tweedie and Smith all hit free throws.

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Fairview jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead. Fairview pushed its lead to 20 points in the fourth quarter. Fairview’s Sadie Smith and Lexi Golden made baskets, and Fairview’s Darby Nichols hit threes. The Aggies’ Levi Farr made an and-one.


Despite the fact that the Fairview Aggies limped into the playoffs with a 1-4 record, the team put together a surprisingly spirited performance in the AHSAA Division II playoffs. The team managed to score 23 field goals, tallied 144 total yards, and scored 15 points at the foul line.

The Fairview Lady Aggies are looking forward to the best of three series at Guntersville High School this Thursday. The ladies are looking for a chance to take the area championship trophy home to the Big House. Fairview is coming off a 61-44 win over Brewer Monday night. After the game, the ladies were excited about a chance to show off what they have been working on over the past several months.

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The Fairview aggies got off to a good start, and were aided by a few big plays. The Fairview aggies are looking for their first region title in nine seasons. After winning the first meeting with the Raiders last month, the aggies have not been able to put away Guntersville for good.

In addition to a solid effort from the aggies, the Wildcats got a lift from an enigmatic quarterback named Cole McCarty. McCarty completed 12-of-22 passes for 146 yards. He also rushed for a touchdown and two interceptions.

While the aggies may have been unable to keep Guntersville off the field, the team had its best offensive performance of the year. Despite the fact that the aggies had the ball for only nine minutes in the second quarter, the aggies managed to string together a pair of touchdowns.

The Fairview aggies scored five points in the first quarter and a dozen points in the second quarter. The best part about the fair was that the aggies were able to use their own offensive line and not have to depend on the Raiders to carry the load.

The Fairview aggies fought back in the third quarter, and the aggies were able to put a couple of points on the board for good measure. The fair was able to take a 40-29 lead with less than two minutes left in the game.

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Among the scores that rolled in on a sunny day at Vinemont High School, one game stood out as the most impressive. The Fairview Lady Aggies dominated Cold Springs by a score of 36-32. Although the Lady Aggies were outscored in the second half, Fairview managed to pull out a surprisingly convincing victory. The Fairview Aggies are the reigning Cullman County champs and are currently in second place in the Alabama Coaches Association’s Class 6A.

The Fairview Lady Aggies took a brief lead in the second quarter before Cold Springs snuck back in with a vengeance. A quick score by Ty Dunn made it 16-9 in favor of the Grizzlies. The Fairview aces got a run of the ball in the third quarter, as Cold Springs only managed two points in the period’s final quarter. The Fairview aces were not exactly untouchable in the fourth quarter, as Cold Springs cut the lead to one point on a couple of baskets and a sleazy banked in second free throw. Fairview escaped the lion’s share of fouls, though, as the Lady Aggies managed to stave off the grizzlies in a raucous fashion. Fairview was also able to get a couple of shots off in the fourth quarter, notably a pair of buckets from Maci Gregory. The Fairview aces also managed to pull out a couple of big games, as Cold Springs was only able to manage a couple of points in the fourth quarter. The Fairview aces will travel south to face a tougher test in the second round of the Alabama Coaches Association’s Class 7A.

The Fairview aces have a tough road ahead of them, as the cold weather and the aforementioned cold front has impacted their ability to win games, and games by a wide margin. However, Fairview has a promising young core that is likely to be the envy of the locals, as well as a couple of impressive transfers. Having said that, Fairview will be hard pressed to beat the other top teams in their conference, including the Cold Springs Lady Aggies, the Birmingham-Southern Academy Red Devils, and the Birmingham-Southern Hawkeyes.

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West Point

Despite falling behind early, the West Point Lady Warriors mounted a furious rally to get back in the game. Using a combination of defense and baskets, they managed to pull even. Fairview, meanwhile, used a big run in the second quarter to take a 13-point lead. They then held off the Warrior comeback. The game ended up in a 58-23 victory for Fairview.

Fairview started the game with a trey by Darby Nichols. Jaycee Aleman then made a layup. Fairview took a 21-7 lead, and then Aiden Dujoud scored a basket to increase the lead to 29-12. The Warriors scored the next four points, including two free throws by Colt Fletcher. The Aggies held their lead for the remainder of the period.

The Warriors came out strong in the third period, but the lead wasn’t very large. West Point got five points from Cade Yeager, while Lamar Rodgers added five points. The Warriors pulled within six points with 5:42 left in the game. Rodgers made a basket to cut the lead to 67-60.

The Aggies used a big run in the fourth period to take a double-digit lead. Cali Golden scored nine points, and Laklin Shadix added 17 points. Shadix scored seven points in a row, including an old-fashioned and-one. Shadix added a layup in the final 20 seconds of the game, making it 63-52. Lamar finished the game with 37 points, and Colt Fletcher added six.

West Point was able to get back into the game late in the fourth quarter, but they weren’t able to pull away. The Warriors led 74-70 with under five minutes left in the game. Rodgers was able to put in a tough shot to tie the game, but Fairview held on.

West Point’s next game will be Thursday at 7:30 p.m., when they face Hartselle. They trail Hanceville at 3-1, and are looking for their third title since 2019. West Point and Fairview will also play at Fairview again in 2022, a year when both teams will play in the Class 5A, Region 8 tournament. You can find tickets to these games by clicking on the SeatGeek button below.

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